Hat Yai is the largest city in southern Thailand, sitting close to the Malaysian border. Shopping is a popular draw to this city. Open markets sell fresh fruit and local delicacies, while the heavy weekend markets sell pretty much everything else known to man.
juki235Hat Yai Ivory Waterfall is a very famous attraction in Hat Yai. The scale of the waterfall is not very large, but it is very beautiful. The water of the waterfall rushes down in the mountains and forests, and finally converges into a big pool, which becomes a natural swimming pool for everyone to play in the water. It is very good.
M48***13The Guanyin Temple in Hat Yai is located on a high mountain next to Hat Yai City. It is condescending and the scenery is very good. This is a Chinese temple in the traditional sense. The shape of the Buddha statue has obvious characteristics of Chinese Buddhism. Because there are many Chinese here, the incense of this temple is also very prosperous, it is worth coming to worship.
Historical Town in Hatyai. Quiet and beautiful place here
#tripaway our visit to central
mosque Songkhla......definitely will visit other parts of Thailand
Hatyai, the southern part in Thailand which share boundary with Malaysia. The mixture of Malay, Chinese and Thais create the different atmosphere and thus influence with the cuisine itself. #hatyai
Sometime we need a time to reflect and calm down.
Hat Yai Seafood - good and cheap
Sizzlers is a popular red steak restaurant in Thailand. No matter which storefront, there are often cases where you need to queue up for dinner. The high cost performance and outstanding production make it popular among locals.
Not only the steaks are delicious, but also chicken chops, grilled shrimps, and fruit snacks. They can definitely satisfy the taste buds and make people linger.