Islamic Landmarks in Thailand
The Central Mosque of Pattani
This is one of the largest and most beautiful mosques in Thailand. Built in 1954. It is the center for Islam in the South. Tel: 0 7352 2411.
Satun Central Mosque or Mambang Mosque. The architectural style of Masjid Mambang was built in 1 dome similar to a lotus or “ship” in the Thai chess game.
Krue Se Mosque, Pattani.
This ancient mosque is built in the Middle Eastern style built during the reign of King Naresuan the Great (1578 - 1593).
Masjid Nurul Yaman,
Located in Si Ayutthaya, is the oldest Mosque in Thailand. Built in the Ayutthaya Period. Tel.0-3523-1676
Old Central Mosque, also widely known as Yumiya Mosque, or Rayo Mosque, in Narathiwat was built in 1938 in the Sumatran-style.
Darun Aman Mosquem is the largest Mosque in Chang Rai. A mixture between Chinese and Islamic architecture.
Hedaytul Islam (Ban Ho) Mosque
is one of the biggest mosques in the province and also one of the seven Chinese mosques in Chiang Mai.
The Foundation of Islamic Centre of Thailand. Originally named “The Foundation of the Central Mosque of Thailand” was founded in Bangkok on 1 October 1954.
Ban Oou Mosque
First Registered Mosque of Bangkok, built during the reign of King Rama IV
Muslim Schools of Thailand: https://www.sataban.com/thailand-schools/categories/muslim-schools-of-thailand
Islam in Thailand: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Islam_in_Thailand
List of Mosques in Thailand: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_mosques_in_Thailand
The Muslim Fishermen of Phang Nga: http://www.talesofasia.com/rs-163-phangnga.htm
Photo's of Thailand Mosques: http://vilagmecsetei.blogspot.com/2010/01/thaifold.html
History and Politics of the MuslimsThailand: https://seap.einaudi.cornell.edu/sites/seap.einaudi.cornell.edu/files/MuslimThailand.pdf
Islam and Muslims in Thailand: http://www.academia.edu/1474667/Islam_and_Muslims_in_Thailand