547-2 Nakornnauk Rd., Songkhla, 90000, Thailand
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cloth for sale, koh yo
Can anyone tell me how to get to Ko Yo now? And how long is the journey? Does anyone know the cost? I shall be going to Hat Yai for 3D2N and plan to spend a day in Songkhla because I am not very keen on shopping in Hat Yai for too hours.My friends and I plan to hire a van from Butterworth and the driver will be taking us around during the whole visit. But he may not know Ko Yo since I haven't heard of it either until today at VT.
Re: Ko Yo
hi,,for hat yai travel guide u can see my blog http://markbanktravel.blogspot.com
for ur info i think koh yo located within songkhla lake,,,it easily accessible via the Tinsulanond Bridge, over there the residents also sell the hand-woven fabric named Phathor Ko Yo and also famous for the island is the local jackfruit variant named Jampada...i hope it can help u....have fun
Travel Tips for Songkhla
The brick pavillion
Located a naga staircase away from the top of Khao Tang Kuan there is a beautiful brick pavillion, built in the European style with possibly some moorish elements. The pavillion was built around 1888 by Songkhla ruler, Phraya Wichien Khiri (Chom), under the command of King Rama VI.
Songkhla is one of the most famous seaside resort towns of the South. It has Hat Yai as the gate welcoming Malaysian and Singaporean tourists to Thailand. There are big,beautiful seaports and places of interest, such as, the lake, Ko Nu, Ko Maeo, Khao Noi, Khao Tangkuan, Laem Son and beautiful Samila Beach.
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