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By songhklasid , June 26, in Southern Thailand Forum. G'day all, was looking to take lady friend to songhkla, staying at b p samila, enjoying the seafood from the restaurants on samila beach, day trip to Ko yo, the thing is I haven't been to songhkla for at least 15 years, before the trouble in the south was a problem, Is songhkla still safe to walk around, are the seafood restaurants still there, I just want to assure my Chiang mai girlfriend it's safe, and nothing to worry about,.
Songhkla Town is probably safer than many places in Thailand exactly because of the troubles to the south. Yes the BP Samila is still there, as are the seafood restaurants along the front. They've spruced the town up a bit since you were there last, fancy pavements and many art installations.
You'll be very surprised by all the changes if you haven't been there for 15 years. It's generally very safe -- the main threat to your safety will be on the roads. I hope you enjoy your trip and please let us know how it goes.
Haven't been through there after dark in an age, most recent was trip in daylight to the Indonesian Consulate. It looks remarkably seedy, but then these areas always do in the harsh light of day. I noted that The Office is still there, it's just by the consulate. The Buzz Stop Irish Bar is just round the corner and does a good breakfast, looks like it could be festive in the evening. Have fun. I was just there two weeks ago and it is absolutely safe.
I never even thought of any concern walking around at night. The seafood places along the beach near BP Samila can be kind of a ripoff sometimes - just watch what you order. Another suggestion if you want a great meal and don't want to spend a lot of money on it: try the corner shop on the roundabout next to BP Samila. Very tasty with cheap fish and seafood dishes. It's been there for ages and there are always locals eating there.