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Hat Yai
Whether coming from Malaysia or continuing your travels in that direction, Hat Yai is an ideal stopover. Hat Yai, is in effect the south's major city, its commercial, shopping and entertainment center.

Betong is a district of Yala Province, situated in the southernmost province of Thailand in Sankalakhiri mountain range. With an are of 1,328 sq. km, it borders the Malaysian states of Kedah and Perak.

Hua Hin
When mentioning Hua Hin, one pictures long, sandy beaches, unspoiled and uncluttered. Hua Hin can be further distinguished as Thailand's oldest beach resort.

Nakhon Si Thammarat
Nakhon Si Thammarat is a southern Thai coastal province edging the Gulf of Thailand.

Just a 30 minute drive from Hat Yai and accessible by bus or taxi is Songkhla. In spite of Hat Yai's bright city lights, it is this sleepy little coastal town, which is the provincial capital of Songkhla province.

Trang province borders Nakhon Si Thammarat to the north, Satun and the Indian Ocean to the south, Phatthalung to the east and Krabi to the west.

Beside considerable scenic beauty, Pattani is a province that is predominantly Muslim, hence, a Muslim influenced culture.

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