Narathiwat is one of five southern provinces that border Malaysia. The economic and border tourism centre is at Amphoe Su-ngai Kolok where Malaysians and Singaporeans like to spend their holiday and shop. The area has a constant flow of culture and trading.
The majority of the population is Muslims, with the Yawi language used in speaking and writing (Yawi has roots from the spoken Malay language and uses consonants and alphabets of the Arabic language).
- Located downtown
- 13 kms from Narathiwat Airport
- 22 kms from Tanyongmat Railway Station
the Tanyong Hotel offers the additional amenities of a 24-hour restaurant, a snooker club, the Ladybird Ancient Massage and the Perdana Disco. And situated on Walakam Pipid Road, close to the recently completed promenade along the Bang Nara River, the Pacific Hotel provides excellent mid-range value with 23 standard AC rooms