Photo: Mambang Mosque.

Things to see and do



Thale Ban National Park

With headquarters just two kilometres from the Malaysia border checkpoint in Wang Prajan, Thale Ban National Park covers 196 square kilometres of jungle-clad Khao Chin mountains and extensive mangrove forest to the ... Read more about Thale Ban National Park .

Satun National Museum
Satun Thani Soi 5

Set in the gorgeous Colonial-era Kuden Mansion, Satun’s own National Museum is more comprehensive than we expected. Built in the late 19th century, the stately house first served as residence for Governor Phuminart Phakdi and hosted dignified guests like King Rama V before serving as headquarters for Japanese officers during the Second World War. It features varnished teakwood floors and ... Read more about Satun National Museum .

Khao To Phaya Wang Park

A huge limestone massif with steep cliffs on all sides is the focal point of Khao To Phaya Wang Park, also known as “Monkey Mountain”, a relaxing spot for a walk and a picnic. The entrance road takes you past a small botanical garden where dozens of monkeys greedily wait for their next bananas, purchasable from a nearby vendor. The road then winds around the mini-mountain, which we reckon ... Read more about Khao To Phaya Wang Park .





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