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Hat Yai

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About Hat Yai

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.

Popular Attractions in Hat Yai

Wat Namtok Tone Nga Chang
15 Reviews
Geological Sites
The ivory waterfall is a stream of water that follows the seven steps, and then divides into two, just like the elephant's two ivory, hence the name, especially after the rainy season, the water is particularly rich and spectacular. Another famous attraction is the Elephant Spring Cave, which has some caves. The interior is completely grotesque with stone stalactites and stalactites. Some even resemble Buddha statues, which are very touristy.
Chang Puak Elephant Camp
18 Reviews
Elephant Camp
The Elephant Camp is a great place to get close to nature and breathe fresh air. It is a high-quality tourist destination with beautiful scenery. Here, travelers have the opportunity to ride elephants to enjoy the scenery, to explore the forest, and to watch the elephant show's wonderful "elephant show", the new way of tourism, making urban people feel new. Alternatively, guests can enjoy a Thai massage.
Hatyai Municipal Park
12 Reviews
HatYai Municipal Park is situated in a border town in southern Thailand, next to Kelantan, Malaysia. The government constructed three tourist scenic spots on the mountain: the Four Faces Buddhist Temple, the Lifo Temple, and the Guanyin Temple. After the temple was finished, it opened to the public and turned into a tourist attraction. Go up the mountain or ride a cable car. The tall Buddha statue is awe-inspiring, and it feels like his body and mind are baptized by the rich Buddhist culture of Thailand, and there is a sense of openness and enrichment.
Phra Maha Chedi Tripob Trimongkol
9 Reviews
Phra Maha Chedi Tripob Trimongkol is situated on the hill behind Prince of Songkla University. From a distance you can see the glittering temples on the top of the mountain. The temple can be climbed up and you can view the beautiful scenery below. This temple is composed of sterling silver and is luxurious. If you go in the evening, you can see the sight of the sunset. When the night falls, there will be lights that are all very beautiful.

Hat Yai Weather

7 Jul 2020
23 °
8 Jul 2020
Partly Cloudy with Thunderstorms
9 Jul 2020
Thunderstorms with Rain
10 Jul 2020
Mostly Cloudy
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