Traveling fromBangkok on Highway 4, passing Prachuap Khiri
Khan and Chumporn, then turn onto Highway 41, passing Surat
Thani, Nakhon Si Thammarat, and Phatthalung. Then,
turn onto Highway 4 to Amphoe Muang.
Buses run daily for 13 hours from Bangkok to Hat Yai and
Songkhla. For details, contact Southern Bus Terminal,
Tel (+662) 435-1199, 434-7192, 434-557-8 or at the Bus
Terminal in Hat Yai, Tel (+6674) 232404, 232789.
Thai Airways Ltd. has daily flights from Bangkok to Hat Yai.
For details, contact Bangkok office at Tel (+662) 513-0121,
or Hat Yai Office at Tel (+6674) 233433, 244282, 243711,
By Train (Bangkok - Hat Yai)
The Railway Authority of Thailand provides daily service from
Bangkok - Hat Yai. Details available at Hua Lumphong
Bangkok Railway Station in Bangkok. Tel (+662)
223-0341, 233-7020, or Hat Yai Railway Station, Tel (+6674)
243705, 243978, 246267-8.
Chinese style breakfast around Niphat Uthit 2 Road.
Pay respect to the Buddha Images at Wat Hat Yai Nai, Wat
Khongkhal Liap, Amphoe Hat Yai.
Moring - Walking tour (or tour on tricycle) in old
quarters on Nakhon Nok-Nakhon Nai road, Taste spicy food and
buy Thai dessert and specialty on Nang Ngam Road.
Afternoon - Visit Songkhla National Museum and Phatthammarong
Evening - Swimming or enjoy water sports at Hat Samila.
Morning - Visit Ko Yo, especially its cultural route
Afternoon - Drive along the coast on Highway 408 and pay
respect at temples on the way, including Wat Cha Thing Phra
and Wat Phakho.
Evening - Birdwatching by boat at Nok Nam Khu Khut Park, or
watch sunset on boat in Songkhla Lake. Taste the
Seafood by the sea on Ko Yo.
Swimming, trekking on the forest at Ton Nga Chang
waterfall, Ton Tat Fa Waterfall and Ton Lat Waterfall.
Pay respect to the monks at Wat Hat Yai Nai, Wat
Khongkha Liap, Amphoe Hat Yai. Cross the border for shopping
at Padang Besar and then back to Kim Yong Market. Drop
by to taste the local specialty at General Prem's favorite
Visit the forest, waterfalls and the cavern at Khao Nam