Hala-Bala Wildlife Sanctuary is a vast, lush land that covers the most part of the San Kala Khiri Range at the Thai-Malay border. This rich tropical rainforest is known for being really abundant with pure nature. A great place for those who appreciate the ruggedness of the terrain, the refreshing ozone and a soft adventure into the wild. Educational trails available in different strenuous levels are a good start for a refreshing hike. Camping and national park accommodation are available. Hire a guide and get inspired by this rich cosmos.
Attractions near Narathiwat
Named after the beloved princess, this beautiful waterfall is in the Hala-Bala Wildlife Sanctuary. Nearby is the Southern Forest Flowers and Decorative Plants Survey and Collection Project under the Patronage of HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn.
Narathiwat’s main beach that is home to local communities. This 5-kilometre stretch of white sand is the place to spot the exquisitely colourful local fishing boat called ‘Kolae.’ This beach is also the venue of the annual Chak Phra Festival that marks the end of Buddhist Lent.
Ao Manao Forest Park
This is another pristine beach of Narathiwat, Ao Manao with small bays and rocky seashores is also adjacent to the Thaksin Ratchaniwet Palace.