Where is the Amphur in Pattani? Pattani, also known as Pattani Malay, is a region in southern Thailand. Pattani is one of Thailand’s four regiments; it is the most populous Muslim regimental district in Thailand. The other three regiments are Yala, Narathiwat, and Satun. The census reported that 88% of the population are Muslims, according to their Malay ancestry. Most people are able to speak the Pattani Malay language, but are able to speak Thai as well.
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Amphur in Pattani
The independent nature of Pattani has been clearly evident since ancient times. Pattani province is divided into 12 districts also called an amphoe, which are further divided into 115 sub-districts which is also called a tambon and 629 villages which in Thailand is called a muban). The districts of Chana , Thepa and Saba Yoi were detached from Pattani and transferred to Songkhla in 1796 by the Siam government. You can also find Thai Immigration in Pattani
There are a number of provinces in Thailand and you will need to register your marriage where you are residing. See also the articles on the Amphur in Krabi as well as the Amphur in Nonthaburi where many expats in Thailand live.