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Pavilion Hotel
à 14.1 km [Réserver]
Novotel Centara Hat Yai
à 22.3 km [Réserver]
Anantara Si Kao Resort And Spa
à 126.4 km [Réserver]

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Lac Songkhla

7.200, 100.467   

Le lac Songkhla est le plus grand lac naturel de Thaïlande, avec une surface de 1.040 km². Il se trouve dans le sud du pays, dans la péninsule Malaise, partagé entre la province de Phattalung, à l'ouest, et celle de Songkhla au sud et à l'est. Bien qu'il soit nommé lac, c'est en fait un complexe de lagunes. © Wikipédia

Orage, Averses orageuses, TempêteMétéo à Songkhla aujourd'hui:
Orage, Averses orageuses, Tempête, 24 à 34°

Sites les plus proches

Parc national de Thale Ban à 89 km
Parc national de Mu Ko Phetra à 110 km
Tarutao National Marine Park à 113 km
Nakhon Si Thammarat National Museum à 144 km
Bang Lang Reservoir à 146 km
Khao Luang à 153 km
Vallée de Bujang à 163 km
Ko Phi Phi Don à 196 km
Georgetown, Penang à 199 km
Railay Beach à 201 km
Ao Nang à 203 km
Lac Temenggor à 212 km
Parc national de Tai Rom Yen à 216 km
Parc national de Hat Khanom - Mu... à 234 km

Vos avis, conseils et commentaires

BrrE42UBw I would definately rnceoemd Croatia! Dubrovnik is great for couples in love and very romantic! am Croatian, but I live somewhere else. My family comes from Split which is on the Dalmatian coast. I have travelled a lot and have lived in quite a few countries, I must say that Croatia is one of the most beautiful countries out there.What you will find on the coast is lovely sea, perfect climate, nice people. Dalmatia and Istria have the obvious Italian influence, the architecture is beautiful and looks like any southern Italian village or southern France.There is a lot of old churches and monasteries as well as fortresses left from Roman times. A lot of history there.Food is amazing, mediterranean cousine and wine is very good. They are proud of their truffles which are expencive and not very rare.Dubrovnik is considered the pearl of South East Europe. It was very developed and rich republic back in the renessance times and was the biggest trading partner with Venice. A lot of partying and entertaining was happening back in those days.The north of Croatia is lovely too and has the Austro-Hungarian influences in architecture but in culutre as well. Dalamatians are known to be more easy going whereas the rest of the country has faster way of life.It is great to see that in the north there are lovely mountains so you might as well make the mistake that you are on the Alps in Switzerland. Very pictures nature.The islands are just a party time all over durring summer. You could check out Hvar if you are up for partying. I would rnceoemd you not to miss Dubrovnik, Split and Zagreb as well. All these cities/towns are very hip, cultural and have an amazing mixture of old traditions and history with all of the perks of modern living.In the last five years Croatia has been on the top 5 of most hip palces to go vacationing. Most of the famous celebs come durring the summer to relax and party: Naomi, Michael Douglas and his wife, Madonna, The Royal family of Denmark, as well as a lot of other Royal families (I often see their lyxurious yachts) these are just to name a few.I guess I love my Croatia, there are more than plenty of reasons to do so ! lolBest of luck to ya, I can assure you that you will have a great time! M7vo40R4pt