Thale Noi, Khuan Khanun District, Phatthalung, Thailand
About Thale Noi
Thale Noi, also spelled Talay Noi is an internationally recognized and protected wetland in Phatthalung province covering more than 400km² and home to thousands of bird species. Phatthalung province receives comparatively far fewer foreign tourists than other Southern destinations such as Phuket, and Krabi.
Attractions near Thale Noi
From Wat Khuha Sawan, follow Highway 4047 and Khao Ok Thalu or Mount Ok Thalu will be seen standing majestically to the east of the railway station. It is a symbolic figure of Phatthalung, having a height of around 250m. There is a flight of stairs leading the way up to the mountaintop overlooking the city of Phatthalung. The distinctive feature is a hole near the top, where visitors can see through it.
The name of the national park was named after the name of the famous mountain within the area. Especially, the name "KhaoPu" where local people believe the spirit of "Ta Pu", half man half god, is situated. The place is then crowded with people coming by to pay homage to the sacred mountain. This national park is situated in the area of Bantad Mountain.
Thung Khai Botanical Garden is located at Thung Khai, Yan Ta Khao District, Trang. It's a botanical garden that has a canopy walk and a swamp inside the forest.
Wat Phra Mahathat Woramahawihan is the main Buddhist temple of Nakhon Si Thammarat Province, the largest province in Southern Thailand. It is located on the main sand bar of Nakhon Si Thammarat on which the ancient town and the present town of Nakhon Si Thammarat were built.
It is a beach located in the Songkhla province of Thailand. The length of the east coast shoreline is an endless golden sand beach with plenty of shady pine trees. The majority of the beach scene is concentrated in the area of the iconic Golden Mermaid Statue.
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