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Hat Yai
About Hat Yai

Kota padat penduduk Hat Yai, yang terbesar di Songkhla Province, adalah pusat perbelanjaan, hiburan, dan komersial di Selatan Thailand. Hat Yai terletak sekitar 950 km (600 mil) dari Bangkok dan hanya 30 km (18,5 mil) dari perbatasan Malaysia. Akibatnya kota ini menjadi tujuan populer bagi pengunjung dari Malaysia, yang menikmati santapan seafood dan menikmati kehidupan malam yang meriah di Hat Yai.

Daya tarik kawasan ini mencakup Danau Songkhla (yang terbesar di Thailand), patung seorang Buddha yang tengah berbaring dan berukuran sangat besar hingga pengunjung dapat berjalan di dalamnya, Splash Bhasawang Big (slide air 15 meter panjang), dan penonton olahraga paling populer di kawasan ini, adu banteng.

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Hat Yai

Hat Yai, which is situated approximately 28 kilometers from the city of Songkhla, is an important gateway to Malaysia and Singapore. Strategically located only 60 kilometers from the port of entry at Sadao, Hat Yai has only recently been developed and has rapidly been transformed into the commercial, transportation, communication, educational, and tourism hub of the south. Tourists enjoy shopping at Hat Yai for various goods ranging from fresh produce to consumer products such as electrical appliances. The area of Niphat Uthit 1, 2, or 3 Roads is where major commercial shops are located. Several shopping centers available include Lido Shopping Center, Odeon Shopping Center, Sanehanuson, Hat Yai Plaza Shopping Center, and Si Kimyong Market on Phetkasem Road.

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Hat Yai Municipal Park

The park is located on Kanchanawanit Road and is approximately six kilometers from the city center on the Hat Yai-Songkhla Highway. A popular recreational spot for the local residents, the park is beautifully decorated with colorful flowers. With a pavilion in the middle of the pond, an aviary, and food stalls, the park is the perfect place to spend a peaceful evening. Additional attractions include a statue of King Rama V that is enshrined at the foot of the hill near the aviary, a hill-top Brahman shrine and a jade statue of Guan-yin, the Chinese Goddess situated, at the southern foothill near the boy-scout camp.

Hat Yai Municipal Park
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