Southern of Thailand is located on the Malay Peninsula, with an area around 70,713 km², to the north by Kra Isthmus as the narrowest part of the peninsula. Southern Thailand includes many of Thailand's most famous RESORTS on both the west-facing Andaman Sea coastline, and the east-facing Gulf of Thailand coast south of Chumphon. Southern Andaman Coast and Southern Gulf Coast Beautiful beaches and nature, popular among tourists.


Hat Yai - the largest city of Southern Thailand
Krabi - base for plenty of beaches and islands
Nakhon Si Thammarat - provincial capital historically known as Ligor
Chumphon - gateway to Southern Thailand with four daily ferries to Ko Tao
Patong - party capital on steroids on the island of Phuket
Phuket Town - administrative town of the popular beach island
Ranong - border town with Kawthoung in Myanmar, often used for visa runs
Songkhla - popular beach RESORT among Malaysian and Singaporean travelers
Surat Thani - main city of the Srivijaya Empire, gateway to the Samui archipelago

How to get there?

By plane
Domestic flight from Bangkok to International Airports in Phuket, Krabi, Hat Yai and on the island Ko Samui You can fly to the region by flying to Bangkok and taking connecting to region

By car
From Southern Bus station go to major in Cities. The region's major cities are served by frequent long distance buses run by both the government and tour operators.

By Train
From Hua-Lamphong railway station Bangkok pass though the region en-route to Information more at Thailand.

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