Pattani is a small Province which contains two major rivers, the Tani and Sai Buri and a long coastline along the Gulf of Thailand.
The province is rich in historical significance and distinctive customs and traditions as a result of its ethnic diversity and wonderful hospitality.
Pattani also has natural scenic beauty that includes rivers, streams, and waterfalls as well as long golden beaches along the Gulf of Thailand.
Pattani still maintains the ruins of an ancient town in Yarang District and other attractions include unspoiled beaches,
several historical sites, and a distinct culture, consisting of Thai, Chinese and Malay ethnic groups.
Pattani is both the name of the province in the south of Thailand and the city that is its capital. Pattani contains two major rivers, the Tani and
Sai Buri and covers a relatively flat region with a long coastline that runs 170 kilometers along the Gulf of Thailand.
Pattani still maintains the ruins of an ancient town in Yarang District that once served as an important port and center of administration, trade,
and culture for many centuries. Attractions in modern-day Pattani include unspoiled nature, numerous historical sites,
and a traditional culture, which has benefited from the integration of Thai, Chinese and Islam settlers.
||: Naratiwat and Yala
||: Yala and Songkhla
||: Gulf of Thailand
|Distances from Mueang District to Other Districts
||Thung Yang Daeng
Festivals & Events
Chao Mae Lim Kor Niew Fair
: Chao Mae Lim Kor Niew Shrine
With participation in worshipping ceremony
and celebration With procession of the carved wooden sculpture of Korniew
Chinese Goddess, and see ceremony of wading though water and fire and magic
show to prove the holiness of goddess. The period of the festival is the
waxing moon of the third Chinese Lunar month.
International Fishing Fair Contest
: Saiburi District
Take part in Asian Fishing Sports Contest:
see Southern Kronghuachuk bird championship contest, sheep fighting contest,
show of native culture. The period of festival is about 9 - 10 May.