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Archive for March, 2018


If you would love to visit ASEAN Trade Market for some street shopping but it's Monday evening and the bazaar is closed, Lee Gardens Hatyai Walking Street is a good alternative. Of course, there are dissimilarities and many of the apparel sold here are Chinese products, not Thai. Well, something is better than nothing. At least, ... continue reading »

Whether you are taking the bus, train or plane to Hat Yai, Wat Hat Yai Nai should either be the first or last attraction to visit during your stay. This is because it is located along the road to the bus terminal, train station and Hat Yai International Airport. If you do not have your own ... continue reading »

Although Phra Maha Chedi Tripob Trimongkol is touted to be one of Hat Yai's top tourist attractions, don't be surprised when locals give you a blank stare when you ask them for directions to this Stainless Steel Temple. Hat Yai, and in general Thailand, has way too many wats and temples, after all. Located on the ... continue reading »

Hat Yai Municipal Park is a large recreational park-cum-tourist attraction to the east of Hat Yai City in Thailand. Within the park itself, there are many points of interest. How much time would one need to enjoy the entire park? Half a day, I would say, but quite impossible to cover the whole area in just ... continue reading »

Ipoh Car-Free Day: International Women’s Day

Mar 27, 2018 Author: Emily | Filed under: Events

The 28th edition of Ipoh Car-Free Day on Sunday morning managed to attract some 7,000 visitors, from all walks of life. This March event was to mark International Women's Day, International Day of Happiness, as well as World Down Syndrome Day. YABhg. Datin Seri Saripah Zulkifli, wife of Perak Menteri Besar, flagged off Kayuhan Wanita, a ... continue reading »

Classic car lovers, enthusiasts and hobbyists had the opportunity to foster closer ties when members of MY Classic Cars (MCC) in 20 classic cars made a special trip from Kuala Lumpur to Ipoh, to gather with members of Perak Classic Car Club (PCCC). The more than 45 classic cars parked at Stadium Perak grounds surely attracted ... continue reading »

If it's suggested that there is only one place you can visit in Hat Yai, Thailand, choose Khlong Hae Floating Market. Located at Khlong Hae, Hat Yai, the famous waterside market is about 30 minutes' drive from Hat Yai city centre. If you don't have private transport, charter a tuk-tuk - going rate is about ฿500 ... continue reading »

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