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Narathiwat is a peaceful city graced with the beauty of the Muslim culture and long heritage. The economic and tourism center of the province is in Amphoe Su-ngai Kolok, where people from Malaysia and Singapore usually come for sightseeing and shopping.

The province is comprised of 13 Amphoes, which are Mueang Narathiwat, Tak Bai, Waeng, Yi Ngor, Su-ngai Kolok, Su-ngai Padi, Ba Jor, Ra-ngae, Sukhirin, Rue Sor, Si Sakhon, Ja-nae, and Jor I-rong.

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There are air-conditioned and non-air-conditioned Bangkok - Narathiwat buses running from the Bangkok Bus Terminal (Southern Line) every day. It takes around 15 hours. For more information, call 1490 or visit www.transport.co.th.

Online ticket booking is also available on www.busticket.in.th, www.thaiticketmajor.com, and www.thairoute.com.

Bangkok – Tanyong Mat (Narathiwat) – Su-ngai Kolok trains are available at Hua Lamphong Railway Station every day. For more information, contact the State Railway of Thailand at 1690 or visit www.railway.co.th.

Online ticket booking (e-TSRT) is also available on https://www.thairailwayticket.com/eTSRT/.

Air Asia and Thai Smile Airways fly straight from Bangkok to Narathiwat every day.

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Narathiwat is a peaceful city graced with the beauty of the Muslim culture and long heritage. The economic and tourism center of the province is in Amphoe Su-ngai Kolok, where people from Malaysia and Singapore usually come for sightseeing and shopping.

The province is comprised of 13 Amphoes, which are Mueang Narathiwat, Tak Bai, Waeng, Yi Ngor, Su-ngai Kolok, Su-ngai Padi, Ba Jor, Ra-ngae, Sukhirin, Rue Sor, Si Sakhon, Ja-nae, and Jor I-rong.

Located approximately 1,150 kilometers south of Bangkok, Narathiwat is the southernmost province in Thailand where it is one of five that border Malaysia, in this case at Amphoe Su-ngai Kolok, where the southern railway line ends.

With Amphoe Su-ngai Kolok serving as an economic and border tourism center, the province welcomes an increasing numbers of Malaysians and Singaporeans on short holidays or shopping sprees.

In 1915, King Rama VI bestowed the name “Narathiwat,” meaning “home of good people” on the province that has a constant flow of trade and a fusion of cultures the majority whom are Muslims who speak the distinctive Yawi language.

In addition to its cultural attractions, Narathiwat has beautiful beaches and is the region where most Thai gold is mined.

Located approximately 1,150 kilometers south of Bangkok, Narathiwat is the southernmost province in Thailand where it borders Malaysia. Consequently, Narathiwat draws many Malaysians and Singaporean visitors and features a distinct culture featuring many Muslim Thais. Seventy five percent of Narathiwat is covered with jungles and mountains, there are numerous beaches, and there a number of magnificent temples to visit.

Conselhos úteis

  • Because of regional unrest visitors to Narathiwat should exercise special caution and remain vigilant with regard to their personal security.
  • Travelers should be aware of occasion security measures in affected areas, such as curfews, military patrols, or random searches of train passengers.
  • There is an internet cafe east of the town’s clock tower.
  • The main Narathiwat post office is on Phichit Bamrung Rd towards the southern end of town.
  • The central police station is on the corner of Phichit Bamrung and Suriya Pradit Roads south of the clock tower.
  • There are many hotels and resorts near tourist hotspots in Narathiwat. Camping is also allowed in some national parks such as the Budo - Su-ngai Padi National Park.

    - Thaksin Ratchaniwet Palace.

    - Narathat Beach, a five-kilometer-long beach where a kolae boat competition is held.

    - Narathiwat Central Mosque, a three-story building of an Arab style.

    - Talo Mano Mosque, a 300-year mosque made of Takian or iron wood with influence from the Thai, Chinese, and Malay architecture.

    - Khao Kong Buddhist Park, where the golden Thaksin Ming Mongkol Buddha image is enshrined.

    - Pa Jo Waterfall, the biggest waterfall in Narathiwat with its nine tiers and also a source of golden-leaf trees or Yan Da Oh.

    - Ao Manao Forest Park in the Khan Tan Yong National Park.

    - Thon Village, a coastal fishing village.

    - Sirindhorn Peat Swamp Forest, the biggest peat swamp forest of Thailand. 

    Enjoy the beauty of Narathat Beach. Pay homage to the Toh Moh Goddess Shrine. Visit Su-ngai Kolok border city. Try trekking in Sirindhorn Peat Swamp Forest trails. Or watch a kolae boat competition.

    Famous dishes of Narathiwat are mostly Muslim foods. But for Amphoe Su-ngai Kolok, which has received the Chinese influence from Malaysia, Thai-Chinese foods like dim sum and bak kut teh are recommended.

    When visiting Narathiwat, don’t forget to shop for local fruits like longan, folk handicrafts, miniature kolae boat, ceramics, batik fabric, and salted fish.  

    Most restaurants on Narathiwat serve a variety of cuisines, including Thai and international foods and southern Thai cuisine, which has strong influences from Malay and Indian cuisines.

    As in most provincial capitals, Narathiwat features a central market where locals can buy everything from groceries to household appliances and visitors can shop for clothing and other necessary supplies. In addition to the shopping venues listed below, there are often locally produced handicrafts available at central markets, the occasional night market, and from village workshops in smaller towns throughout the province.

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    Narathiwat is a peaceful city graced with the beauty of the Muslim culture and long heritage. The economic and tourism center of the province is in Amphoe Su-ngai Kolok, where people from Malaysia and Singapore usually come for sightseeing and shopping.

    The province is comprised of 13 Amphoes, which are Mueang Narathiwat, Tak Bai, Waeng, Yi Ngor, Su-ngai Kolok, Su-ngai Padi, Ba Jor, Ra-ngae, Sukhirin, Rue Sor, Si Sakhon, Ja-nae, and Jor I-rong.

    Located approximately 1,150 kilometers south of Bangkok, Narathiwat is the southernmost province in Thailand where it is one of five that border Malaysia, in this case at Amphoe Su-ngai Kolok, where the southern railway line ends.

    With Amphoe Su-ngai Kolok serving as an economic and border tourism center, the province welcomes an increasing numbers of Malaysians and Singaporeans on short holidays or shopping sprees.

    In 1915, King Rama VI bestowed the name “Narathiwat,” meaning “home of good people” on the province that has a constant flow of trade and a fusion of cultures the majority whom are Muslims who speak the distinctive Yawi language.

    In addition to its cultural attractions, Narathiwat has beautiful beaches and is the region where most Thai gold is mined.

    Located approximately 1,150 kilometers south of Bangkok, Narathiwat is the southernmost province in Thailand where it borders Malaysia. Consequently, Narathiwat draws many Malaysians and Singaporean visitors and features a distinct culture featuring many Muslim Thais. Seventy five percent of Narathiwat is covered with jungles and mountains, there are numerous beaches, and there a number of magnificent temples to visit.

    Conselhos úteis

  • Because of regional unrest visitors to Narathiwat should exercise special caution and remain vigilant with regard to their personal security.
  • Travelers should be aware of occasion security measures in affected areas, such as curfews, military patrols, or random searches of train passengers.
  • There is an internet cafe east of the town’s clock tower.
  • The main Narathiwat post office is on Phichit Bamrung Rd towards the southern end of town.
  • The central police station is on the corner of Phichit Bamrung and Suriya Pradit Roads south of the clock tower.
  • There are many hotels and resorts near tourist hotspots in Narathiwat. Camping is also allowed in some national parks such as the Budo - Su-ngai Padi National Park.

    - Thaksin Ratchaniwet Palace.

    - Narathat Beach, a five-kilometer-long beach where a kolae boat competition is held.

    - Narathiwat Central Mosque, a three-story building of an Arab style.

    - Talo Mano Mosque, a 300-year mosque made of Takian or iron wood with influence from the Thai, Chinese, and Malay architecture.

    - Khao Kong Buddhist Park, where the golden Thaksin Ming Mongkol Buddha image is enshrined.

    - Pa Jo Waterfall, the biggest waterfall in Narathiwat with its nine tiers and also a source of golden-leaf trees or Yan Da Oh.

    - Ao Manao Forest Park in the Khan Tan Yong National Park.

    - Thon Village, a coastal fishing village.

    - Sirindhorn Peat Swamp Forest, the biggest peat swamp forest of Thailand. 

    Enjoy the beauty of Narathat Beach. Pay homage to the Toh Moh Goddess Shrine. Visit Su-ngai Kolok border city. Try trekking in Sirindhorn Peat Swamp Forest trails. Or watch a kolae boat competition.

    Famous dishes of Narathiwat are mostly Muslim foods. But for Amphoe Su-ngai Kolok, which has received the Chinese influence from Malaysia, Thai-Chinese foods like dim sum and bak kut teh are recommended.

    When visiting Narathiwat, don’t forget to shop for local fruits like longan, folk handicrafts, miniature kolae boat, ceramics, batik fabric, and salted fish.  

    Most restaurants on Narathiwat serve a variety of cuisines, including Thai and international foods and southern Thai cuisine, which has strong influences from Malay and Indian cuisines.

    As in most provincial capitals, Narathiwat features a central market where locals can buy everything from groceries to household appliances and visitors can shop for clothing and other necessary supplies. In addition to the shopping venues listed below, there are often locally produced handicrafts available at central markets, the occasional night market, and from village workshops in smaller towns throughout the province.

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    Narathiwat is a peaceful city graced with the beauty of the Muslim culture and long heritage. The economic and tourism center of the province is in Amphoe Su-ngai Kolok, where people from Malaysia and Singapore usually come for sightseeing and shopping.

    The province is comprised of 13 Amphoes, which are Mueang Narathiwat, Tak Bai, Waeng, Yi Ngor, Su-ngai Kolok, Su-ngai Padi, Ba Jor, Ra-ngae, Sukhirin, Rue Sor, Si Sakhon, Ja-nae, and Jor I-rong.

    Located approximately 1,150 kilometers south of Bangkok, Narathiwat is the southernmost province in Thailand where it is one of five that border Malaysia, in this case at Amphoe Su-ngai Kolok, where the southern railway line ends.

    With Amphoe Su-ngai Kolok serving as an economic and border tourism center, the province welcomes an increasing numbers of Malaysians and Singaporeans on short holidays or shopping sprees.

    In 1915, King Rama VI bestowed the name “Narathiwat,” meaning “home of good people” on the province that has a constant flow of trade and a fusion of cultures the majority whom are Muslims who speak the distinctive Yawi language.

    In addition to its cultural attractions, Narathiwat has beautiful beaches and is the region where most Thai gold is mined.

    Located approximately 1,150 kilometers south of Bangkok, Narathiwat is the southernmost province in Thailand where it borders Malaysia. Consequently, Narathiwat draws many Malaysians and Singaporean visitors and features a distinct culture featuring many Muslim Thais. Seventy five percent of Narathiwat is covered with jungles and mountains, there are numerous beaches, and there a number of magnificent temples to visit.

    Conselhos úteis

  • Because of regional unrest visitors to Narathiwat should exercise special caution and remain vigilant with regard to their personal security.
  • Travelers should be aware of occasion security measures in affected areas, such as curfews, military patrols, or random searches of train passengers.
  • There is an internet cafe east of the town’s clock tower.
  • The main Narathiwat post office is on Phichit Bamrung Rd towards the southern end of town.
  • The central police station is on the corner of Phichit Bamrung and Suriya Pradit Roads south of the clock tower.
  • There are many hotels and resorts near tourist hotspots in Narathiwat. Camping is also allowed in some national parks such as the Budo - Su-ngai Padi National Park.

    - Thaksin Ratchaniwet Palace.

    - Narathat Beach, a five-kilometer-long beach where a kolae boat competition is held.

    - Narathiwat Central Mosque, a three-story building of an Arab style.

    - Talo Mano Mosque, a 300-year mosque made of Takian or iron wood with influence from the Thai, Chinese, and Malay architecture.

    - Khao Kong Buddhist Park, where the golden Thaksin Ming Mongkol Buddha image is enshrined.

    - Pa Jo Waterfall, the biggest waterfall in Narathiwat with its nine tiers and also a source of golden-leaf trees or Yan Da Oh.

    - Ao Manao Forest Park in the Khan Tan Yong National Park.

    - Thon Village, a coastal fishing village.

    - Sirindhorn Peat Swamp Forest, the biggest peat swamp forest of Thailand. 

    Enjoy the beauty of Narathat Beach. Pay homage to the Toh Moh Goddess Shrine. Visit Su-ngai Kolok border city. Try trekking in Sirindhorn Peat Swamp Forest trails. Or watch a kolae boat competition.

    Famous dishes of Narathiwat are mostly Muslim foods. But for Amphoe Su-ngai Kolok, which has received the Chinese influence from Malaysia, Thai-Chinese foods like dim sum and bak kut teh are recommended.

    When visiting Narathiwat, don’t forget to shop for local fruits like longan, folk handicrafts, miniature kolae boat, ceramics, batik fabric, and salted fish.  

    Most restaurants on Narathiwat serve a variety of cuisines, including Thai and international foods and southern Thai cuisine, which has strong influences from Malay and Indian cuisines.

    As in most provincial capitals, Narathiwat features a central market where locals can buy everything from groceries to household appliances and visitors can shop for clothing and other necessary supplies. In addition to the shopping venues listed below, there are often locally produced handicrafts available at central markets, the occasional night market, and from village workshops in smaller towns throughout the province.

    Narathiwat is a peaceful city graced with the beauty of the Muslim culture and long heritage. The economic and tourism center of the province is in Amphoe Su-ngai Kolok, where people from Malaysia and Singapore usually come for sightseeing and shopping.

    The province is comprised of 13 Amphoes, which are Mueang Narathiwat, Tak Bai, Waeng, Yi Ngor, Su-ngai Kolok, Su-ngai Padi, Ba Jor, Ra-ngae, Sukhirin, Rue Sor, Si Sakhon, Ja-nae, and Jor I-rong.

    Located approximately 1,150 kilometers south of Bangkok, Narathiwat is the southernmost province in Thailand where it is one of five that border Malaysia, in this case at Amphoe Su-ngai Kolok, where the southern railway line ends.

    With Amphoe Su-ngai Kolok serving as an economic and border tourism center, the province welcomes an increasing numbers of Malaysians and Singaporeans on short holidays or shopping sprees.

    In 1915, King Rama VI bestowed the name “Narathiwat,” meaning “home of good people” on the province that has a constant flow of trade and a fusion of cultures the majority whom are Muslims who speak the distinctive Yawi language.

    In addition to its cultural attractions, Narathiwat has beautiful beaches and is the region where most Thai gold is mined.

    Located approximately 1,150 kilometers south of Bangkok, Narathiwat is the southernmost province in Thailand where it borders Malaysia. Consequently, Narathiwat draws many Malaysians and Singaporean visitors and features a distinct culture featuring many Muslim Thais. Seventy five percent of Narathiwat is covered with jungles and mountains, there are numerous beaches, and there a number of magnificent temples to visit.

    Conselhos úteis

  • Because of regional unrest visitors to Narathiwat should exercise special caution and remain vigilant with regard to their personal security.
  • Travelers should be aware of occasion security measures in affected areas, such as curfews, military patrols, or random searches of train passengers.
  • There is an internet cafe east of the town’s clock tower.
  • The main Narathiwat post office is on Phichit Bamrung Rd towards the southern end of town.
  • The central police station is on the corner of Phichit Bamrung and Suriya Pradit Roads south of the clock tower.
  • There are many hotels and resorts near tourist hotspots in Narathiwat. Camping is also allowed in some national parks such as the Budo - Su-ngai Padi National Park.

    - Thaksin Ratchaniwet Palace.

    - Narathat Beach, a five-kilometer-long beach where a kolae boat competition is held.

    - Narathiwat Central Mosque, a three-story building of an Arab style.

    - Talo Mano Mosque, a 300-year mosque made of Takian or iron wood with influence from the Thai, Chinese, and Malay architecture.

    - Khao Kong Buddhist Park, where the golden Thaksin Ming Mongkol Buddha image is enshrined.

    - Pa Jo Waterfall, the biggest waterfall in Narathiwat with its nine tiers and also a source of golden-leaf trees or Yan Da Oh.

    - Ao Manao Forest Park in the Khan Tan Yong National Park.

    - Thon Village, a coastal fishing village.

    - Sirindhorn Peat Swamp Forest, the biggest peat swamp forest of Thailand. 

    Enjoy the beauty of Narathat Beach. Pay homage to the Toh Moh Goddess Shrine. Visit Su-ngai Kolok border city. Try trekking in Sirindhorn Peat Swamp Forest trails. Or watch a kolae boat competition.

    Famous dishes of Narathiwat are mostly Muslim foods. But for Amphoe Su-ngai Kolok, which has received the Chinese influence from Malaysia, Thai-Chinese foods like dim sum and bak kut teh are recommended.

    When visiting Narathiwat, don’t forget to shop for local fruits like longan, folk handicrafts, miniature kolae boat, ceramics, batik fabric, and salted fish.  

    Most restaurants on Narathiwat serve a variety of cuisines, including Thai and international foods and southern Thai cuisine, which has strong influences from Malay and Indian cuisines.

    As in most provincial capitals, Narathiwat features a central market where locals can buy everything from groceries to household appliances and visitors can shop for clothing and other necessary supplies. In addition to the shopping venues listed below, there are often locally produced handicrafts available at central markets, the occasional night market, and from village workshops in smaller towns throughout the province.

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    Narathiwat is a peaceful city graced with the beauty of the Muslim culture and long heritage. The economic and tourism center of the province is in Amphoe Su-ngai Kolok, where people from Malaysia and Singapore usually come for sightseeing and shopping.

    The province is comprised of 13 Amphoes, which are Mueang Narathiwat, Tak Bai, Waeng, Yi Ngor, Su-ngai Kolok, Su-ngai Padi, Ba Jor, Ra-ngae, Sukhirin, Rue Sor, Si Sakhon, Ja-nae, and Jor I-rong.

    Located approximately 1,150 kilometers south of Bangkok, Narathiwat is the southernmost province in Thailand where it is one of five that border Malaysia, in this case at Amphoe Su-ngai Kolok, where the southern railway line ends.

    With Amphoe Su-ngai Kolok serving as an economic and border tourism center, the province welcomes an increasing numbers of Malaysians and Singaporeans on short holidays or shopping sprees.

    In 1915, King Rama VI bestowed the name “Narathiwat,” meaning “home of good people” on the province that has a constant flow of trade and a fusion of cultures the majority whom are Muslims who speak the distinctive Yawi language.

    In addition to its cultural attractions, Narathiwat has beautiful beaches and is the region where most Thai gold is mined.

    Located approximately 1,150 kilometers south of Bangkok, Narathiwat is the southernmost province in Thailand where it borders Malaysia. Consequently, Narathiwat draws many Malaysians and Singaporean visitors and features a distinct culture featuring many Muslim Thais. Seventy five percent of Narathiwat is covered with jungles and mountains, there are numerous beaches, and there a number of magnificent temples to visit.

    Conselhos úteis

  • Because of regional unrest visitors to Narathiwat should exercise special caution and remain vigilant with regard to their personal security.
  • Travelers should be aware of occasion security measures in affected areas, such as curfews, military patrols, or random searches of train passengers.
  • There is an internet cafe east of the town’s clock tower.
  • The main Narathiwat post office is on Phichit Bamrung Rd towards the southern end of town.
  • The central police station is on the corner of Phichit Bamrung and Suriya Pradit Roads south of the clock tower.
  • There are many hotels and resorts near tourist hotspots in Narathiwat. Camping is also allowed in some national parks such as the Budo - Su-ngai Padi National Park.

    - Thaksin Ratchaniwet Palace.

    - Narathat Beach, a five-kilometer-long beach where a kolae boat competition is held.

    - Narathiwat Central Mosque, a three-story building of an Arab style.

    - Talo Mano Mosque, a 300-year mosque made of Takian or iron wood with influence from the Thai, Chinese, and Malay architecture.

    - Khao Kong Buddhist Park, where the golden Thaksin Ming Mongkol Buddha image is enshrined.

    - Pa Jo Waterfall, the biggest waterfall in Narathiwat with its nine tiers and also a source of golden-leaf trees or Yan Da Oh.

    - Ao Manao Forest Park in the Khan Tan Yong National Park.

    - Thon Village, a coastal fishing village.

    - Sirindhorn Peat Swamp Forest, the biggest peat swamp forest of Thailand. 

    Enjoy the beauty of Narathat Beach. Pay homage to the Toh Moh Goddess Shrine. Visit Su-ngai Kolok border city. Try trekking in Sirindhorn Peat Swamp Forest trails. Or watch a kolae boat competition.

    Famous dishes of Narathiwat are mostly Muslim foods. But for Amphoe Su-ngai Kolok, which has received the Chinese influence from Malaysia, Thai-Chinese foods like dim sum and bak kut teh are recommended.

    When visiting Narathiwat, don’t forget to shop for local fruits like longan, folk handicrafts, miniature kolae boat, ceramics, batik fabric, and salted fish.  

    Most restaurants on Narathiwat serve a variety of cuisines, including Thai and international foods and southern Thai cuisine, which has strong influences from Malay and Indian cuisines.

    As in most provincial capitals, Narathiwat features a central market where locals can buy everything from groceries to household appliances and visitors can shop for clothing and other necessary supplies. In addition to the shopping venues listed below, there are often locally produced handicrafts available at central markets, the occasional night market, and from village workshops in smaller towns throughout the province.

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    Narathiwat is a peaceful city graced with the beauty of the Muslim culture and long heritage. The economic and tourism center of the province is in Amphoe Su-ngai Kolok, where people from Malaysia and Singapore usually come for sightseeing and shopping.

    The province is comprised of 13 Amphoes, which are Mueang Narathiwat, Tak Bai, Waeng, Yi Ngor, Su-ngai Kolok, Su-ngai Padi, Ba Jor, Ra-ngae, Sukhirin, Rue Sor, Si Sakhon, Ja-nae, and Jor I-rong.

    Located approximately 1,150 kilometers south of Bangkok, Narathiwat is the southernmost province in Thailand where it is one of five that border Malaysia, in this case at Amphoe Su-ngai Kolok, where the southern railway line ends.

    With Amphoe Su-ngai Kolok serving as an economic and border tourism center, the province welcomes an increasing numbers of Malaysians and Singaporeans on short holidays or shopping sprees.

    In 1915, King Rama VI bestowed the name “Narathiwat,” meaning “home of good people” on the province that has a constant flow of trade and a fusion of cultures the majority whom are Muslims who speak the distinctive Yawi language.

    In addition to its cultural attractions, Narathiwat has beautiful beaches and is the region where most Thai gold is mined.

    Located approximately 1,150 kilometers south of Bangkok, Narathiwat is the southernmost province in Thailand where it borders Malaysia. Consequently, Narathiwat draws many Malaysians and Singaporean visitors and features a distinct culture featuring many Muslim Thais. Seventy five percent of Narathiwat is covered with jungles and mountains, there are numerous beaches, and there a number of magnificent temples to visit.

    Conselhos úteis

  • Because of regional unrest visitors to Narathiwat should exercise special caution and remain vigilant with regard to their personal security.
  • Travelers should be aware of occasion security measures in affected areas, such as curfews, military patrols, or random searches of train passengers.
  • There is an internet cafe east of the town’s clock tower.
  • The main Narathiwat post office is on Phichit Bamrung Rd towards the southern end of town.
  • The central police station is on the corner of Phichit Bamrung and Suriya Pradit Roads south of the clock tower.
  • There are many hotels and resorts near tourist hotspots in Narathiwat. Camping is also allowed in some national parks such as the Budo - Su-ngai Padi National Park.

    - Thaksin Ratchaniwet Palace.

    - Narathat Beach, a five-kilometer-long beach where a kolae boat competition is held.

    - Narathiwat Central Mosque, a three-story building of an Arab style.

    - Talo Mano Mosque, a 300-year mosque made of Takian or iron wood with influence from the Thai, Chinese, and Malay architecture.

    - Khao Kong Buddhist Park, where the golden Thaksin Ming Mongkol Buddha image is enshrined.

    - Pa Jo Waterfall, the biggest waterfall in Narathiwat with its nine tiers and also a source of golden-leaf trees or Yan Da Oh.

    - Ao Manao Forest Park in the Khan Tan Yong National Park.

    - Thon Village, a coastal fishing village.

    - Sirindhorn Peat Swamp Forest, the biggest peat swamp forest of Thailand. 

    Enjoy the beauty of Narathat Beach. Pay homage to the Toh Moh Goddess Shrine. Visit Su-ngai Kolok border city. Try trekking in Sirindhorn Peat Swamp Forest trails. Or watch a kolae boat competition.

    Famous dishes of Narathiwat are mostly Muslim foods. But for Amphoe Su-ngai Kolok, which has received the Chinese influence from Malaysia, Thai-Chinese foods like dim sum and bak kut teh are recommended.

    When visiting Narathiwat, don’t forget to shop for local fruits like longan, folk handicrafts, miniature kolae boat, ceramics, batik fabric, and salted fish.  

    Most restaurants on Narathiwat serve a variety of cuisines, including Thai and international foods and southern Thai cuisine, which has strong influences from Malay and Indian cuisines.

    As in most provincial capitals, Narathiwat features a central market where locals can buy everything from groceries to household appliances and visitors can shop for clothing and other necessary supplies. In addition to the shopping venues listed below, there are often locally produced handicrafts available at central markets, the occasional night market, and from village workshops in smaller towns throughout the province.

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    Narathiwat is a peaceful city graced with the beauty of the Muslim culture and long heritage. The economic and tourism center of the province is in Amphoe Su-ngai Kolok, where people from Malaysia and Singapore usually come for sightseeing and shopping.

    The province is comprised of 13 Amphoes, which are Mueang Narathiwat, Tak Bai, Waeng, Yi Ngor, Su-ngai Kolok, Su-ngai Padi, Ba Jor, Ra-ngae, Sukhirin, Rue Sor, Si Sakhon, Ja-nae, and Jor I-rong.

    Located approximately 1,150 kilometers south of Bangkok, Narathiwat is the southernmost province in Thailand where it is one of five that border Malaysia, in this case at Amphoe Su-ngai Kolok, where the southern railway line ends.

    With Amphoe Su-ngai Kolok serving as an economic and border tourism center, the province welcomes an increasing numbers of Malaysians and Singaporeans on short holidays or shopping sprees.

    In 1915, King Rama VI bestowed the name “Narathiwat,” meaning “home of good people” on the province that has a constant flow of trade and a fusion of cultures the majority whom are Muslims who speak the distinctive Yawi language.

    In addition to its cultural attractions, Narathiwat has beautiful beaches and is the region where most Thai gold is mined.

    Located approximately 1,150 kilometers south of Bangkok, Narathiwat is the southernmost province in Thailand where it borders Malaysia. Consequently, Narathiwat draws many Malaysians and Singaporean visitors and features a distinct culture featuring many Muslim Thais. Seventy five percent of Narathiwat is covered with jungles and mountains, there are numerous beaches, and there a number of magnificent temples to visit.

    Conselhos úteis

  • Because of regional unrest visitors to Narathiwat should exercise special caution and remain vigilant with regard to their personal security.
  • Travelers should be aware of occasion security measures in affected areas, such as curfews, military patrols, or random searches of train passengers.
  • There is an internet cafe east of the town’s clock tower.
  • The main Narathiwat post office is on Phichit Bamrung Rd towards the southern end of town.
  • The central police station is on the corner of Phichit Bamrung and Suriya Pradit Roads south of the clock tower.
  • There are many hotels and resorts near tourist hotspots in Narathiwat. Camping is also allowed in some national parks such as the Budo - Su-ngai Padi National Park.

    - Thaksin Ratchaniwet Palace.

    - Narathat Beach, a five-kilometer-long beach where a kolae boat competition is held.

    - Narathiwat Central Mosque, a three-story building of an Arab style.

    - Talo Mano Mosque, a 300-year mosque made of Takian or iron wood with influence from the Thai, Chinese, and Malay architecture.

    - Khao Kong Buddhist Park, where the golden Thaksin Ming Mongkol Buddha image is enshrined.

    - Pa Jo Waterfall, the biggest waterfall in Narathiwat with its nine tiers and also a source of golden-leaf trees or Yan Da Oh.

    - Ao Manao Forest Park in the Khan Tan Yong National Park.

    - Thon Village, a coastal fishing village.

    - Sirindhorn Peat Swamp Forest, the biggest peat swamp forest of Thailand. 

    Enjoy the beauty of Narathat Beach. Pay homage to the Toh Moh Goddess Shrine. Visit Su-ngai Kolok border city. Try trekking in Sirindhorn Peat Swamp Forest trails. Or watch a kolae boat competition.

    Famous dishes of Narathiwat are mostly Muslim foods. But for Amphoe Su-ngai Kolok, which has received the Chinese influence from Malaysia, Thai-Chinese foods like dim sum and bak kut teh are recommended.

    When visiting Narathiwat, don’t forget to shop for local fruits like longan, folk handicrafts, miniature kolae boat, ceramics, batik fabric, and salted fish.  

    Most restaurants on Narathiwat serve a variety of cuisines, including Thai and international foods and southern Thai cuisine, which has strong influences from Malay and Indian cuisines.

    As in most provincial capitals, Narathiwat features a central market where locals can buy everything from groceries to household appliances and visitors can shop for clothing and other necessary supplies. In addition to the shopping venues listed below, there are often locally produced handicrafts available at central markets, the occasional night market, and from village workshops in smaller towns throughout the province.

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    Narathiwat is a peaceful city graced with the beauty of the Muslim culture and long heritage. The economic and tourism center of the province is in Amphoe Su-ngai Kolok, where people from Malaysia and Singapore usually come for sightseeing and shopping.

    The province is comprised of 13 Amphoes, which are Mueang Narathiwat, Tak Bai, Waeng, Yi Ngor, Su-ngai Kolok, Su-ngai Padi, Ba Jor, Ra-ngae, Sukhirin, Rue Sor, Si Sakhon, Ja-nae, and Jor I-rong.

    Located approximately 1,150 kilometers south of Bangkok, Narathiwat is the southernmost province in Thailand where it is one of five that border Malaysia, in this case at Amphoe Su-ngai Kolok, where the southern railway line ends.

    With Amphoe Su-ngai Kolok serving as an economic and border tourism center, the province welcomes an increasing numbers of Malaysians and Singaporeans on short holidays or shopping sprees.

    In 1915, King Rama VI bestowed the name “Narathiwat,” meaning “home of good people” on the province that has a constant flow of trade and a fusion of cultures the majority whom are Muslims who speak the distinctive Yawi language.

    In addition to its cultural attractions, Narathiwat has beautiful beaches and is the region where most Thai gold is mined.

    Located approximately 1,150 kilometers south of Bangkok, Narathiwat is the southernmost province in Thailand where it borders Malaysia. Consequently, Narathiwat draws many Malaysians and Singaporean visitors and features a distinct culture featuring many Muslim Thais. Seventy five percent of Narathiwat is covered with jungles and mountains, there are numerous beaches, and there a number of magnificent temples to visit.

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  • Because of regional unrest visitors to Narathiwat should exercise special caution and remain vigilant with regard to their personal security.
  • Travelers should be aware of occasion security measures in affected areas, such as curfews, military patrols, or random searches of train passengers.
  • There is an internet cafe east of the town’s clock tower.
  • The main Narathiwat post office is on Phichit Bamrung Rd towards the southern end of town.
  • The central police station is on the corner of Phichit Bamrung and Suriya Pradit Roads south of the clock tower.
  • There are many hotels and resorts near tourist hotspots in Narathiwat. Camping is also allowed in some national parks such as the Budo - Su-ngai Padi National Park.

    - Thaksin Ratchaniwet Palace.

    - Narathat Beach, a five-kilometer-long beach where a kolae boat competition is held.

    - Narathiwat Central Mosque, a three-story building of an Arab style.

    - Talo Mano Mosque, a 300-year mosque made of Takian or iron wood with influence from the Thai, Chinese, and Malay architecture.

    - Khao Kong Buddhist Park, where the golden Thaksin Ming Mongkol Buddha image is enshrined.

    - Pa Jo Waterfall, the biggest waterfall in Narathiwat with its nine tiers and also a source of golden-leaf trees or Yan Da Oh.

    - Ao Manao Forest Park in the Khan Tan Yong National Park.

    - Thon Village, a coastal fishing village.

    - Sirindhorn Peat Swamp Forest, the biggest peat swamp forest of Thailand. 

    Enjoy the beauty of Narathat Beach. Pay homage to the Toh Moh Goddess Shrine. Visit Su-ngai Kolok border city. Try trekking in Sirindhorn Peat Swamp Forest trails. Or watch a kolae boat competition.

    Famous dishes of Narathiwat are mostly Muslim foods. But for Amphoe Su-ngai Kolok, which has received the Chinese influence from Malaysia, Thai-Chinese foods like dim sum and bak kut teh are recommended.

    When visiting Narathiwat, don’t forget to shop for local fruits like longan, folk handicrafts, miniature kolae boat, ceramics, batik fabric, and salted fish.  

    Most restaurants on Narathiwat serve a variety of cuisines, including Thai and international foods and southern Thai cuisine, which has strong influences from Malay and Indian cuisines.

    As in most provincial capitals, Narathiwat features a central market where locals can buy everything from groceries to household appliances and visitors can shop for clothing and other necessary supplies. In addition to the shopping venues listed below, there are often locally produced handicrafts available at central markets, the occasional night market, and from village workshops in smaller towns throughout the province.