But if you plan to stay a night or two in Satun, there are also a few places you can visit. You can visit the museum, the monkey park, the cave and take a sumptuous lunch at the beach. I will still have to go to these four places next week, so only then I can make a detailed post about them.
We’ve been going to Satun on a weekly basis in the past couple of months due to our ongoing classes there. The town center in Satun is actually very small and this place has been made popular since it’s the starting off point to the surrounding islands like Koh Lipe, Koh Tarutao or Langkawi.