The south and the Islands are the southern region of Thailand. It includes many from Thailand the majority of the famous resources in both seaboard oriented toward the west of the Sea of Andaman, and in Gulf oriented toward southern the east of the coast of Thailand.
Southern Thailand is connected with Bangkok, the economic center of Thailand, by railroad track as well as highway. Also various regional airports are located in the largest towns. The main axis of the transportation of southern every Thailand is the Hat Yai, that evolved from a small village to the present city inside few decades. The highway of Phetkasem is the most long road of Thailand, and Bangkok by the Isthmus flees of Kra and then in the western coast of the peninsula. Of Trang that crosses it to the oriental coast al Hat Yai, and then end in the border malaisa.
The southern railroad track connects also Bangkok al Hat Yai, and continues from there to Malaya and Singapore. Two smaller branches of the railroad track flee Thung the Song to Trang and Nakhon If Thammarat.
RANONG - Thailand’s rainiest province, is well known for its hot mineral springs. Visitors can enjoy mineral bath in many hotels here. The offshore Surin Island is stunning with abundant coral reefs and colourful fishes. (568 km from Bangkok)
SONGKHLA – Is a famous seaside resort in the far South where cruise on Songkhla Lake is fascinating. Another famous place in this province is Hat Yai, the big bustling city widely known for the low priced importaed goods. (950 km from Bangkok)
TRANG - With plentiful picturesque islands, this province has many fine beaches and beautiful scenery waiting to be explored such Chao Mai National Park and Ko Muk and its Morakot Cave, Tarutao island off Satun. (828 km from Bangkok)
KRABI – Is good for diving enthusiast and jumping point to explore its Phi Phi , Lanta, and Hong Island Groups. At Rei Le beach you can enjoy the exciting rock climbing. Krabi and Phan-nga are two stars besides Phuket. They are becoming popular with tourist because they are interesting attractions both on land and in the sea. ( 814 km from Bangkok)
PHANG-NGA - Adjoining Phuket, is full of magnificent seascape and beautiful limestone caves. Famous for full moon party.(788 km from Bangkok)
SAMUI ISLAND of SURAT THANI –Will be another choice when you find Phuket a little too crowded. Its tranquillity and unpolluted environment will refresh you. Pha-ngan Island, which is famous diving center, is also an interesting destination. ( 644 km from Bangkok)
NAKHON SI THAMMARAT – The land of predominant Buddhism during the Sri Vijaya period, is famous for its Talumpuk Cape and Hat Khanom-Mu Ko Thaletai National Park. (780 km from Bangkok)
SATUN – Being the remotest, will provide you with the most marvellous underwater life and most tranquil atmosphere.( 973 km from Bangkok)