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Islam has had a strong religious influence in the region, particularly to the south of Thailand where Malaysia and Indonesia feature predominately Muslim populations. Consequently, many areas of southern Thailand are populated by Muslim Thais, who have built impressive mosques over the centuries. Visitors to southern Thailand are likely to be impressed by the grandeur and elaborate detail adorning the region’s Muslim houses of worship.

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Old Central Mosque

Also widely known as Yumiya Mosque, or Rayo Mosque, this mosque compound was built in 1938 in the Sumatran-style and is the burial place of the old city Lord, Phraya Phu Pha Phakdi. Usually there is only one provincial m...

Pattani Central Mosque

The Central Mosque of Pattani is one of the largest and most beautiful mosques in Thailand. Built in 1954, the construction of this mosque took almost nine years. It is the center for Islam in the South. The architecture...

Krue Se Mosque

This ancient mosque is built in the Middle Eastern style, supported by large round. The mosque is said to have been built during the reign of King Naresuan the Great (1578 - 1593). However, the most important element of ...

Satun Central Mosque or Mambang Mosque

Satun Central Mosque (Majid Mambang) is located on Buri Wanit Road and Satun Thani Road in the center of Satun. The mosque was built in modern Islamic architecture style and decorated with marble and colorful glasses. Th...

Masjid Nurul Yaman

Masjid Nurul Yaman, located in tum bon Lum Pli, am phoe Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya, is the old one. It has a long history since Ayutthaya Period. Masjid Nurul Yaman is a religious place for religious activities and the ce...