Hat Yai Things to Do

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  • 1. Thai Massage

    This trip to Hat Yai, I have my massage in the hotel, The Hansa JB Hotel. Some major hotels like Lee Garden Plaza Hotel and Sakura Hotel run their Thai Massage Services for house guests and walk-in...

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  • 2. Floating Market

    4 out of 5 stars

    Fear Factor - If you dare to eat these creepy things Hehe..On the way to the Floating market, you could see a stall selling fried giant worms, giant scorpian, giant grasshoppers, cockroaches...Oh no,...

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  • 3. Shopping

    Just describe what you wish to hunt for, the Tuk-Tuk driver will take you to the market. There are a few market grouping for different products. If you have limited time, you may go to the most...

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  • 4. Pink Lady

    The Pink Lady is an entertainment complex with all the facilities for you to enjoy yourselves in Hatyai... Its facilities include Thai ancient massage, Turkish massage, barber and suana, karaoke,...

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  • 5. Wat Hat Yai Nai

    3 out of 5 stars

    This temple house the 3rd largest reclining buddha in Thailand. It is the largest in southern Thailand. To be honest, if you have been to Wat Pho in Bangkok, you might get disappointed here. Wat Hat...

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  • 6. Festivals

    I was in Hatyai in November 2007 during Loykrathong festival. The city of Hatyai had a Lantern Festival in the area next to Diana Department Store. It was packed with visitors. There was a performance...

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  • 7. Beaches

    We engaged a one day trip in 2004 to have sightseeing outside Hat Yai. The guide cum driver used his Honda City to bring us to Songkhla Beach, a declining Buddha temple and on board a small ferry...

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  • 8. Buddha Statues

    This buddha is located on top of the hill in Hatyai Municipal Park. It is about 6km away from the city on Kanchawanit Road. Follow the signs that direct you to Goddess Guan Im (The Goddess of...

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  • 9. Night Bazaar

    Foods, books, antiques, DVDs, clothes and sort. You name it, they have it. It is only open over the weekends and its similar to the Chatuchak market in Bangkok just in a mini version. Beware that it...

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  • 10. Trains

    After our morning visit to Kim Yong Market, my friend and I walked about 1 mile to the Hat Yai Train Station. Both like to take train pictures, and we are...

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  • 11. Tattoo in Hat Yai

    Beside foot massage and body massage, tattooing is also a common services in Hat Yai. If you plan to do a tattoo, I think Hat Yai is a good place, walk and do...

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  • 12. Getting arround

    Hi VT membersWill be visiting Hat Yai again next month.Wonder how much is the tuk tuk fare now.Traveling with family of 3 adult and 2 young children, with this...

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  • 13. Ton Nga Chang Waterfall

    This is the most famous waterfall in Hatyai. It is located 26km away from the city. Take highway 43 and go for 13km, turn left at Ban Hu Rae. Then continue for...

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  • 14. Pamper yourself with a total make-over

    Sit down and let the specialist do their job in making you look better when you walk out of their shop. yes... i am talking about a beauty saloon. There are...

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  • 15. Buffet dinner at Lee Garden

    The buffet dinner at Lee Garden ( the highest hotel in Hat Yai) is one of the breathtaking moments there. Best time is go there before sunset and enjoy the...

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  • 16. 'Ne Zha' Temple

    LI-NEZHA: Trickster God Boy of Childish Pranks and Tantrums. Even if you are well-versed in Godly ways, it's just possible his story could stretch your...

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  • 17. Tang Kuan Hill

    Need to buy a 30Bath ticket for a lift to the top of Tang Kuan Hill. Actually, there's an alternative by using the staircase at the back of the hill, but if you...

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  • 18. Namtok Ton Nga Chang

    This waterfall, also known as the Elephant Tusk Falls, is located in the Ton Nga Chang Wildlife Sanctuary which is about 26km from downtown Hatyai...The...

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  • 19. Take an excursion to Songkhla

    About 45 mins by car or a little longer by bus, you can visit the sleepy town of Songkhla. It's an interesting town full of friendly people. Located by the...

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  • 20. New Monastery to visit - very friendly

    A newish monastery (4-5 years old) has opened up on the edge of town.Whilst it is only half finished the complex is a very pleasant place to spend a hour or...

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