Lee Gardens Hotel

1 Lee Pattana Road, Hadyai,, Songkhla, 90110, Thailand
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Travel Tips for Songkhla

Tang Kuan Hill

by cs_zee

The elevator is going to take you 3 minutes to Tang Kuan hilltop along 170 metres tracks . there are Old Royal Pagoda , The Lighthouses at the top of Tang Kuan Hill & enjoy the panaramic view of Songkhla City .

Songkhla - Thailand's southern gateway

by wondersF

"The playground for Malaysian & Singaporean"

The Indian influence of Srivijaya spread far south to this province of Songkhla, some 950 kilometers from Bangkok. The name Songkla most likely adapted from the jawi pronunciation of "Singora" promoted by the lion shaped hills Khao Daeng facing the present harbor . Traces of the old culture such as cemeteries and part of the fort still exist.

Songkhla is one province that boast of having 2 important commercial centers. The provincial capital of Songkhla and the famed Hat Yai where Asean tourist flock to. Though the province do not possessing any historical site of significance nor places of natural wonders, both places Songkla and Hat Yai has attracted a study flow of visitors.

Here in Songkhla, the replica of the Little Mermaid is the attraction as well as the landmark. Here tourist would consider the Samila Beach, the longest bridge and the Sea-food restaurants, "must-see" destinations. I cannot understand but there are so much better places in other parts of Thailand and nearby to visit. Couldn't fight off the pressure, I too, was convinced to try out the seafood served in this area too. I liked the view of Tisanolonda Bridge more than the seafood.

The harbor is the inlet to a huge Songkhla Lake which is an inland sea that stretches close to 90 kilometers to the north. There was too much dependence on the natural reserve because of the calm waters but definitely over fished.

Of course there is Hat Yai that needed little introduction. I love seeing the going on in the vice trade and a chance to do my goggling at the beautiful girls. I like staying in Hat Yai town too. My favorite was the new subsidiary of the Lee Garden Hotel with its cafeteria on the 10th floor and a good Asian spread for breakfast. Could have my meal as well watching development in this touristy capital

But Hat Yai has positive points for Malaysian. Though Asian in mentality, there are numerous items not found in Malaysia that we could pick up. Of course the fusion and influence of Thai cooking style for Chinese food is another example that we like here. As for shopping which is not my fancy, I cannot comment at all. But the industry has cleverly create cheap holidays to Thailand and it is a welcome change for our mundane routine.

But unknown to many just outside the city limits of Hat Yai, there is a beautiful Park of Tong Nga Chang. I am there for the waterfalls pictures and well as bird watching.


by phil_uk_net

Songkhla is a big provincial town/city near Hat Yai but doesn't have a lot to draw tourists and is not strategically located as a staging post, as is Hat Yai. It seems to have a lot of big schools and consequently there are thousands of students milling around on their way to and from school. There also appear to be quite a few government buildings.

I also believe there is something of an oil industry in the area, having spotted a number of drilling rigs and a Halliburton office. This probably means there are expats around involved in the oil business.

There is a beach and although it is nice to see some sand and hear the sea it is nowhere near as nice as the beaches on Thailand's islands. A day trip might be of some interest if you are spending time in Hat Yai.


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