Fill the stomach at Songkhla Old Town region with a variety of breakfast menus in the multicultural style, such as rice and stew, steamed stuff bun, dim sum, boiled rice with fish, bak kut the or “nasi dagang” which is the highlight dish of Songkhla.
The Phathamrong Museum in Songkhla's old city is a gateway to many beautiful reminders of the past, and is well-worth a visit if you want to learn more about the city's history. The old city itself has many beautiful street art paintings, which depict local traditions and way of life - passed on from generation to generation as valuable remembrance.
Eat lunch and participate in the seminar at The 60th Anniversary of His Majesty the King's Accession to the Throne International Convention Center (ICC Hat Yai) where the total convention and events area is 9,000 m². and certified TMVS.
At Tang Kuan Mountain, MICE travellers can stop by Phra That Chedi the Lighthouse and Sala Phra Wihan Daeng the Red Pavilion, then take a commemorative photo from the 360-viewpoint that shows off the whole city. For the people of Songkhla, these areas are considered sacred and have been enshrined with the chedi of Phra That Khu Mueang since the ancient times.