Hat Yai is the commercial center of Southern Thailand and a popular weekend destination for visitors from Malaysia. It is located 1300 km from Bangkok and about 50 km from Pedang Besar on the Malaysian border. Hat Yai’s particular interest is shopping – driven by Malaysian weekender the market stalls offer virtually everything.
Hat Yai is the commercial center of Southern Thailand and a popular weekend destination for visitors from Malaysia. It is located 1300 km from Bangkok and about 50 km from Pedang Besar on the Malaysian border. Hat Yai’s particular interest is shopping – driven by Malaysian weekender the market stalls offer virtually everything. As with every large city in Thailand, you have your major department stores and chain restaurants. The city center is essentially a China Town
of gold shops and Chinese restaurants.
Shopping aside, Hatyai’s food taste totally awesome. You can’t get the same tasty famous ‘tom yam kung’ anywhere else except here, or other city in Thailand. No trip to Thailand would be complete without a Thai massage and Hat Yai is one of the best places to get them. It’s a perfect activity for those who wanted to relax and experience the original massage culture of the Thais.
Originally from USA, biochemistry student Hayden Williams traveled halfway across the world to continue his studies in Hong Kong. Going to the Far East opened an opportunity for him to explore what he truly love the most: photography. His adventures in his current home, no matter how spontaneous, are captured in well-executed double exposure photographs. Meet our newcomer of the week, haydenwilliams.
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