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Forum Posts

Which hotel to stay & places to go

by vieviengan

I will be attending a wedding there 12- 15 Feb , so basically the wedding is just a day / few hours and its in the afternoon . So I wonder which hotel I can stay which is close to all the places to go , visit . I am looking at a convenient place to stay where I can access to most places easily .

Re: Which hotel to stay & places to go

by xymmot

Novotel Centara Hat Yai Hotel
3 Sanehanusorn Rd. Hat Yai, Hat Yai, Hat Yai, Thailand

Re: Which hotel to stay & places to go

by vieviengan

The wedding will be at Nangngam Road , but no worries because my friends will come pick me up , so I heard about this Green World hotel , is it a good hotel ?
What else can I do in Hadyai for the rest of the days .

Re: Which hotel to stay & places to go

by mim95

I would definitely stay close to where Lee Gardens Plaza is. That whole area has many food stalls at night, and lots of shopping opportunities. There are quite a few hotels in that area, it's a few blocks from the railway station.

Re: Which hotel to stay & places to go

by xymmot

Lee Gardens Plaza is a good hotel too.

Re: Which hotel to stay & places to go

by christabal

Lee Gardens, Novotel, etc.. are Hotels which are situated within close proximity of each other with Novotel, reputation wise considered the best in Hat Yai.

It really depends on your budget. There's Mayflower and New Season down the road which offers slightly lower rates.

Interestingly, Hotel rates are cheaper if you book through the local agents even if they are within a minute walk from the Hotel. At times when you try to book with the Hotel, the kind receptionist will advise you to do that. Konsortium is one agent that does bookings.

Re: Which hotel to stay & places to go

by vieviengan

Besides Lee Garden what are the lower rate for other hotels that nearby ?

Re: Which hotel to stay & places to go

by christabal

Try Mayflower or New Season. The are less than 5 minutes walk from Lee Gardens. Check with the Konsortium travel agent for the rates. This is also the area for the Konsortium coaches to stop and pick up so it's easier to locate.

Re: Which hotel to stay & places to go

by vieviengan

My budget will be about THB 1000 , not more then that , hoping to get a room at this rate and in the city center is it possible ?

Re: Which hotel to stay & places to go

by christabal

Mayflower and New Season are around those rates last I was there. None peak can go for as low as THB 800.

Be careful though, your dates are the long holidays in Malaysia for those taking Monday off. Tuesday is a PH and the rates could be higher or the Hotels fully booked.

As I said the Agents are cheapest. You might want to try to call them. Konsortium number is +6674351280. Ask for the English speaking person.

Good luck.

Re: Which hotel to stay & places to go

by vieviengan

What PH is that for the Tuesday ? I have tried to search for Mayflower and also New season , the rate its about THB 1500 more or less . any specific website ?

Re: Which hotel to stay & places to go

by christabal

The public holiday for Tuesday is the Prophet's Birthday.

As I have said earlier, it is cheaper to book through the travel agent. Please call the number I indicated to find out more.

Travel Tips for Hat Yai

Street Cleaning

by chiabh

While in most Asian cities like Kuala Lumpur and Singapore, the city roads are normally swept in the morning, Hatyai washes its roads every morning... A water tanker with a high powered water hose is used for the purpose as can be seen from the picture... This will be done at the break on dawn... while we were having our usual morning walk thru the streets of the city...

Fake Drugs

by phil_uk_net

I think that Pfizer are worried about the impact copycat fake drugs are having on Viagra sales. The large billboard reads "Don't risk your valuables with fake drugs. Consult a doctor or a pharmacist about erectile health." This sign also says a lot about Hat Yai's main weekend activity.

Prince of Songkla University

by travelpug

Prince of Songkla University is one of the most prominent universities in southern Thailand. It was founded in 1967 and named after Prince of Songkla (father of current King of Thailand). The Hatyai campus was established later in 1971 and it is now the biggest PSU campus.

PSU is located on Karnchanawanich Road (Highway 4) accross from Tesco Lotus.

The other campuses are located in Pattani, Phuket, Surat Thani, and Trang.

Glitzy temple to western materialistic culture

by sourbugger about Odean shopping centre

I'm not exactly the sort of person to recommend a shopping mall, but at least in these glitzy sort of places you can get a feel for how the Thai's want to see themselves in the future.

It's all desperately aspirational, but at the same time the endless pursuit of 'westernisation' is tempered by some little local touches. For instance there is a food court on the fifth floor and a rather stange area with little 'capsules' where you can sing a Karaoke track and burn it onto CD!

I also came across a tee-shirt with the face of Michael Owen (The Liverpudlian Footballer) staring out at me - except that his eyes had been 'slanted' to make them appear more oriental ! - strange indeed.

Tuk-Tuk everywhere

by juliewong

One can easily get around with tuk-tuks everywhere. However, some of these drivers may overcharge especially if they are aware that you're a foreigner.

A tuk-tuk around the town should cost approximately 40 bahts per ride. Remember to ask for the price before hopping on board the tuk-tuk.

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