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General Prem Park

The area of General Prem Park is 150 rai. It is located on the Public Route No. 408 at the bridge connecting to KohYor. The multi-purposed building was built for commemoration and being an internation...

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House of Faith

The House of Faith is the house which the Songkla people together built for His Excellency General PremTinsulanondawho wasthe Head Privy Council of the King of Thailand, BhumibolAdulyadej and the stat...

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Khao Nam Khang Historic Tunnel

Located in the area of Khao Nam Khang National Park, approximately 4 kilometers from the Park office, this historic tunnel (also known as Piyamit Village 5) was built to be the safe house for the Comm...

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Laem Sai Estuary Fortress

This fortress was established during the reign of King Rama III at the same time as the city was built. Today, the Fortress, which is now located behind the Songkhla Provincial Police Headquarter, bec...

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Songkhla Aquarium

Songkhla Aquarium is located on the tip of Son On Cape, Bor Yang sub-District, Muang District. It was established by Songkhla Municipality to be a marine life’s biology and behavior learning cen...

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Songkhla Zoo

Located on the Songkhla-Chana Road in Tambon Khao Rup Chang, Songkhla Zoo is an open-range zoo established by the aim to preserve and return the wild animals to nature. The hilly area of the zoo is pa...

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The Baan Prakob Custom Station of Songkla Province

The Baan Prakob Custom Station, Na Ta-Wee of Songkla Province was established from the 8th Meeting of Malaysia-Thailand Joint Steering Committee (JSC) on the 5th-6th August 2542 B.E. The Malaysia prop...

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Tinsulanond Bridge

Considered as the longest concrete bridge in Thailand, Tinsulanond Bridge was built across Songkhla Lake and is part of Highway 408 which was opened to traffic on 25 September 1986. First part of the ...

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