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... Mermaid, one of Songkhla's most famous features. Constructed in 1966 by artist Jitr Buabus, the statue depicts a mermaid wringing out her hair, and is a tribute to Mae Thorani (the Hindu-Buddhist earth goddess). She is said to bring people luck upon caressing her breasts. Not wanting to miss out on a bit of luck, we joined the line of Thais and followed their example. Further up the beach are two more statues of a cat and a mouse. They are appropriately placed in front ...
... to visit in Songkhla has to be the National Museum. It's a bit pricey at 150 baht per person but the exhibits are very informative and the building itself is a stunning example of Chinese architectural style dating back to 1878.
Out of town is the island of Koh Yo, accessible by road or ferry and the Khao Nam Khan communist tunnels, both of which are on the list to visit when we hopefully return to Hat Yai.
... away from the bus station we were. Ahhhhhhh.. Got there by a tuk-tuk. Got set tickets to Pak Bara and Ko Lipe at Pak Bara bus station "2". Waited some time again then got a mini van. Our mini van was for 15 people. Everyone had big back packs ,big laggages, big boxes. And there was no room to put anything. We were around 8-10people. Then driver added more and more people. It was more than ...
... the fact the driver didn't seem to want to tell us where we were we just stayed on and eventually got dropped at Trang bus station. This turned out to be a blessing in disguise as quick thinking by Rachael got us on a bus to Hat Yai, where we would at least be a bit closer to Malaysia and meant less travelling the next day. What also came about was a saving of 200 baht which we were quoted in Koh Lanta for the journey.
Once we got to Hat ...
Songkhla is hot. Really hot. And it doesn't have the atmosphere of a Thai city and we saw more headscarves than monks. But it was easy to navigate, very clean and really beautiful for a city! We saw no evidence of troubles, although we did only stay there 2 nights.
Our hotel when we arrived offered us the rooms for an hour at 100b, or for the night at 250b. We took the night, dubious as to who we ...