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Hat Yai

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Hat Yai Information

Transportation

There are multiple ways to get to the thrilling city of Hat Yai.  Flights from Bangkok, Malaysia, and Singapore are arriving every day in the International Airport of Hat Yai located at 14 kilometers from the downtown. Airport shuttles are outside the arrival hall and they can take you to the city center of Hat Yai. If you prefer traveling by land, Hat Yai has a railway station where trains from Bangkok and Malaysia can drop you off here, however, these trips could take around 15 hours and it is not the cheapest way to travel, therefore many travel agencies provide a quick and easy route combining minibusses and speedboat & ferries. This transfer service is operating from/to Hat Yai, Koh Samui, Koh Phangan, and Koh Tao and it is the ideal way to travel in Thailand, due to its price and comfort, but most importantly, you will get to see magnificent sceneries in the road as well! With us, you can book your minibus/ferry service to make your trip easier and even more pleasant.

Hat Yai Information

Bustling and lively, the third largest city in Thailand will leave you captivated! Hat Yai lies in Songkhla province located in the south of the country, making it the favorite destination among Malaysians and Singaporeans for spending a weekend. The cosmopolitan city presents a mixture of rich culture and history, combining bold architecture, vibrant markets, and wild nightlife with fascinating natural beauties composed of big waterfalls and lush forests.

Hat Yai Information

Hat Yai Fabulous Views

Fabulous Views
Hat Yai Municipal Park is the most distinguished park in the zone, it is ideal to spend the day having a stroll and discovering the multiple temples and gold statues around you. Planning to catch some sun? Then Samila Beach is the perfect spot for you! This isolated beach is ideal for sunbathing or horse riding while gazing at a breath-taking sunset.  Whether or not you like sports, hiking the iconic Hat Yai waterfalls Ton Nga Chang is a must on your checklist, you can finish your long walk with a refreshing dip or relax at the top enjoying the beautiful landscape.

Hat Yai Shopping Time

Shopping Time
Surrounded by bazaars and markets, leaving Hat Yai without buying a souvenir won't be possible! Start with Asean Night Bazaar, a big market where you will find the cheapest clothes in Hat Yai, as well as a wide range of beauty products. Kim Yong Market and Santisuk Market, also deserve a shot. These markets are excellent if you are looking for economic prices, however, for those who want to avoid bustled places, then Diana Complex Shopping Center is a good option for shopping, this is a typical mall in Hat Yai, yet, it’s a very interesting one too.

Hat Yai Food, please!

Food, please!
It's not a secret that Hat Yai is bonded with restaurants and bars. Looking for cheap food? head to Greenway Night Market, one of the most popular markets in Thailand, as soon as you arrive here you can smell the aromas of the curries being prepared, this is a great option if you are looking for cheap and local food.  Rim Rua Kratha Ron Restaurant offers a buffet service around 280 Baht. Its vibrant atmosphere makes it an excellent place if you want to eat fresh seafood and enjoy some live Thai music.

Hat Yai Discover New Places

Discover New Places
You’re obliged to take a walk inside Buddha Hat Yai if you are visiting this city, the prominent statue lies in the temple Wat Hat Yai Nai and is the third largest reclining Buddha in Thailand and definitely worth a glance. For an alternative experience visit the Pruska Theme Park, where you can feed goats and sheep, interact with birds and even explore a medieval castle taken from a fairy-tale story. Fool your friends with amazing photos taken at The Magic Eye museum, ideal for those traveling with children.

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