Hat Yai, the largest city of Thailand’s Songkhla Province, and its business centre, used to be like a second home for many Ipohites. There were plenty of shuttle vans and … Read More
Although Ipoh is famous for its dim sum, at ฿18 per basket/plate (x 0.128 to convert to Ringgit) of dim sum at Kho Nang Tae Tiam near Hat Yai city … Read More
While Sakura Budget Hotel may not be in the heart of Hat Yai city centre, it is still situated in a convenient spot between the city centre of Lee Gardens … Read More
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 … Read More
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 … Read More
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 … Read More
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.
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 … Read More