Indra Hotel

94 Thammanoonvithi Rd., Hat Yai, 90110, Thailand
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58%

Satisfaction Terrible
Excellent
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Very Good
25%
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Average
33%
4
Poor
33%
4
Terrible
8%
1

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  • Families33
  • Couples0
  • Solo25
  • Business100

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Entrance to Lantern Festival 2007Entrance to Lantern Festival 2007

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Inside the shop.Inside the shop.

My favourite dish here.My favourite dish here.

Forum Posts

Coach Transfer Service

by aerith

i'm planning 2 visit hatyai in coming june holidaywith family. 3d2n
can i find any van that provide coach transfer services (tour) near bukit kayu hitam or changloon? n normally how much?

thank you

Re: Coach Transfer Service

by SirHalberd

I am not sure if this helps or not but here goes. I have used a travel agency across the street from the Kings Hotel in Hat Yai for transportation. This travel agency can also help you with bus rides and tours. (Other travel agencies nearby.) The Kings Hotel is reasonably priced. This hotel is also just a short walk to the train station too. The hotel can also advise and help you for short tours.

http://www.kingshatyai.com/
http://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowForum-g297921-i9790-Hat_Yai.html
http://www.traveltips24.com/Hat_Yai.htm

Good luck.

Re: Coach Transfer Service

by earthflyer

Also have stayed at the Kings Hotel a few times on border crossings and is not a bad place to stay.

Travel Tips for Hat Yai

Beer time

by phil_uk_net

Walking around and meeting people. These two lads had obviously invested in Singha shares and were doing their bit to increase profits. We chatted for a while but despite their invitation it was too early for me to start drinking beer.

Gifts to the monks

by sourbugger

At various shops around the place you will see orange buckets loaded with food and toiletries.

These are passed to monks as part of their daily 'alms-collecting'. Monks are supposed to have very few possessions - but being Thailand the austere monastary rules are to put it politely - 'a bit strained'.

Buying one of these goodie-bags is at least one way of introducing yourself to local monks. Many of them will be young boys who 'novice' monks and so in the monastary for only a few months. They will probably be more willing to discuss Playstation 2 games, David Beckham and school studies rather than Buddhism.

Please remember that they are not allowed to touch a woman, even their own mothers, during the time they are monks.

Internet Access

by phil_uk_net

Around Hat Yai there are many Internet cafes. Some are hopeless, their PCs crash all the time and connection speeds are extremely slow. The best one I've found is at the Ocean Shopping Centre on the first floor. They have good machines and the fastest connection of anywhere I've used in Hat Yai. What's more, it is the cheapest place in town at just 20 Baht an hour. On the downside, the Internet area is surrounded by women's clothes shops, all of which have loud music blasting out of them incessantly. There is also a mosquito problem here. At times, as I've been typing away, the mossies have been feasting on my feet. I now apply repellent before getting my online fix.

Robinson Department Store

by phil_uk_net about Robinson Department Store

Robinson is a very reputable department store in Thailand. The prices here for a lot of things are not actually much different from the prices asked for by street vendors. The quality will be a lot better though.

Hatyai International Airport

by chiabh

The Hatyai International Airport with a completely terminal is about 9km from the city centre... There are only a few flights a day to/from the airport... Only Thai International Airways and other budget airlines flies this route... Tiger Airways from Singapore, Nok Air, Thai Air Asia and Thai Oriental Airlines from Bangkok... the Malaysian Air Asia has temporary suspensed it flights from Kuala Lumpur due to low demand... Passenger coming in from Malaysia normally flies to the nearest airport at Alor Setar and then go to Hatyai by taxi...

For international flights, do not forget to save 500 baht for the airport departure tax..

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