SONGKHLA TOWARDS WORLD HERITAGE SITE, THAILAND – Songkhla is both one of Thailand‘s most important port cities and a coastal province known for its ethnic diversity, unique traditions, dialect, and folk entertainment. The best things to do is to get lost in the Songkhla Towards World Heritage Site area, walking around at sunset. The historic town of Songkhla is worth visiting for its charming traditional architectural style. The town consists of three major roads: Nakorn Noak Road, Nakorn Nai Road, and lastly Nang Ngam Road (also known as Kao Hong Road) which is the location of the Chinese Kuan Uu shrine. You can also visit an old rice mill Hub Ho Hin and Sino-Portuguese townhouses.

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