Grand Plaza Hotel

Address: 24/1 Sanehanusorn Rd., Hat Yai, 90110, Thailand | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 24/1 Sanehanusorn Rd., Hat Yai, is near Sukhothai Historical Park, Si Satchanalai Historical Park, Khao Sam Roi Yod National Park, and Pranburi Forest Park.
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        Travel Blogs from Hat Yai

        Hat Yai, Ipoh and Cameron highlands.

        A travel blog entry by aussie15 on Mar 14, 2015

        18 photos

        ... variation of plantations (with as main attraction the tea plantations) and the fresh climate (temperature rises seldom above 25C). Cameron highlands had the highest by car accessible road of peninsular Malaysia.

        Right after I checked in I went to a hiking trail in the next village Bringchang. It took 10-15 minutes before I got a ride to Bringchang from a couple with their two children both on their mom's lap.
        At the beginning of the hiking trail ...

        Penang, Buddha and the iPhone

        A travel blog entry by alex.talbot on Mar 03, 2015

        4 comments, 13 photos

        ... 160;before heading up to Bangkok at 2pm it was probably a blessing in disguise and I was up early to have a look around the island. Penang is known for a few things; first and foremost – its food. With an early start and a craving for <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nasi _lemak" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">Nasi Lemak</a>, I was pointed in the right direction to a local side of the road eatery where local Penangites grab a bit of ...

        Travelling to Hat Yai and Kuala Lumpur arrival.

        A travel blog entry by charli9988 on Oct 03, 2014

        5 photos

        ... guns! We instantly got a bad feeling about the area and so decided we would get on the first available train out of there. There wasn't any sleeper carriages left so we got two seats for the afternoons train. At this point we were pretty hungry as we hadn't eaten since the previous evening so we headed out with bags in tow to find the nearest cafe! Well that is an easier said than done task in Hat Yai apparently. We must of walked for 20 minutes with still no sign of cafe ...

        Hat Yai - Kuala Lumpur

        A travel blog entry by mcstorey on Apr 07, 2014

        ... only guns would be those of teenage gang members. This estate was home to some of the finest residencies I've ever seen - the sort of minimalistic contemporary design triumphs you'd see on Grand Designs. We arrived at Lorraine (Simon's aunt) and Pete's home, greeted by Harry (Simon's cousin) and Rita the Malaysian Pedigree (no relation to Simon). We were given a quick tour of their amazing home and shown each of our own ...

        Passing through on our way to Malaysia

        A travel blog entry by teambrazier on Feb 08, 2013

        4 photos

        ... didn't have much choice. We got a little concerned when we got near Hat Yai as there was a very obvious police/army presence and lots of spot checks accompanied by very large looking guns!
        We had intentionally booked a hotel right next to the bus station in order to get off, stay the night and then get back on the next bus the next morning. However, we got off the bus and even thou the hotel was 500 metres away we got lost! All I can say is a felt completely unthreatened, ...