Hatyai Paradise Hotel & Resort

99 Soi Lean Anusorn, Raj-U-Thit Road, Hat Yai, 90110, Thailand
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  • Solo66
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Kao Mun Kai (chicken rice)Kao Mun Kai (chicken rice)

Aaron having his 100 Bht hair cut...nice eh!?Aaron having his 100 Bht hair cut...nice eh!?

How the shop looks like.How the shop looks like.

More counter (this is the guy I asking 4 help)More counter (this is the guy I asking 4 help)

Forum Posts

How's The Situation At Hat Yai Now?

by vandervaart

Hi forum mates, I'm setting off to Hat Yai tomorrow from Singapore by coach. I've heard news about the flood over there and seen some pictures of it a few days ago(doesn't look good). To prevent myself from having a wasted trip, I would like to check with the people living in Hat Yai (or near there) to see if the situation has improved.

A few questions to clarify:

1. Are hotels, shopping malls, massage parlour still operating at the moment?

2. Any options other than touring Hat Yai, preferably somewhere near?

3. As I can't refund my coach ticket now, I have no option but to go Hat Yai now. So is there any place where I can do a detour?

Hope to hear some useful advices. Thanks

Re: How's The Situation At Hat Yai Now?

by SirHalberd

Contact this hotel and see what's up. I haven't been to Hat Yai for a year but I would suspect that things are more close to normal than not.

Kings Hotel is not too far from the train station. (Across from the Kings Hotel is a travel agency that I have used a couple times. They can arrange bus rides, etc. for you.)

http://www.kingshatyai.com/

There is a mall not too far from this hotel. I don't do massage parlors but I do know this city is popular with Malaysians who who want something more risque than what they have in their own country.

You can check this forum for something current in Hat Yai.

Good luck.

Re: How's The Situation At Hat Yai Now?

by SirHalberd

"You can check this (other) forum for something current in Hat Yai."

http://www.thaivisa.com/forum/Southern-Thailand-Forum-f86.html

Travel Tips for Hat Yai

Lunch

by phil_uk_net

This small cafe has become my regular lunch stop in Hat Yai. Clear soup with a piece of chicken in it and noodles costs just 30 baht. It is served with a bowl of fresh mint leaves and beansprouts. The table condiments available represent the 4 different tastes - sweet (sugar), sour (vinegar), spicy (ground chilis) and salt (fish sauce).

Bring an empty bag for you shopping

by yurijade

Empty bags Light weather clothes like T-shirts and shorts. Really hot and humid here. There are pharmacy in Diana Shopping complex. If you dare, can try the local medicine and medicated oil. Better to bring your own. If you are size 14 and above .. it is really hard to buy clothes. In the market upstairs , you can get 'No Problem' T shirt for big size people. Cost around 180baht - 200 baht per T-shirt.

Buddhist Temple and Thavornwitthayaai School

by phil_uk_net

Just out of town, next to Tesco Lotus, is a Buddhist Temple and monastery which also houses the Thavornwitthayaai School of Buddhism. It is impossible to miss as there is a huge Buddha in the grounds that can be seen from a long way away.

The only thing worshipped in central Hat Yai is money as tourists shop, eat and indulge in physical pleasures. If you're looking for something a bit more spiritual this might be a good place to spend some time. The monks who live and study there seem quite happy to speak with visiting tourists and it was made clear that I was welcome back at any time. See Travelogue below for more details.

Diana Department Store

by phil_uk_net about Diana Department Store

Another one of Hat Yai's large department stores that contains various shops and eateries. It isn't within walking distance of central Hat Yai so you'll need to use some form of transport to get there. Sawngthaew is the cheapest if you can find one. These are the pick-up trucks with 2 rows of seats in the back. They cost 5 Baht. A motorcycle taxi costs 20 Baht. Tuk-Tuks are more expensive but if there are a few of you the cost can be shared.

Problems in Sungai Kolok

by sourbugger

If you are approaching from the Eastern side of Malaysia, then you will pass through the rather depressing border town of Sungai Kolok. Remember that the clocks change - so you gain an hour coming into Thailand

It is a fair walk from the border post to the train station (about 2kms) but you can negotiate the journey by motorcycle taxi or rickshaw. The train would be the best bet to get to Hai Yat - but they are somewhat infrequent.

You may well be met by minibuses offering transport to Hai Yat - but be warned they are trying to round up trade, and may well not depart for some time to come.

It is better to try a few agencies in town and try to get a minibus that is leaving sooner rather than later - and don't pay up until it is actually about to leave.

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Address: 99 Soi Lean Anusorn, Raj-U-Thit Road, Hat Yai, 90110, Thailand