Grand Plaza Hotel

24/1 Sanehanusorn Rd., Hat Yai, 90110, Thailand | Hotel
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Location

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 Phra Nakhon Khiri.
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    Travel Blogs from Hat Yai

    Travelling to Hat Yai and Kuala Lumpur arrival.

    A travel blog entry by charli9988 on Oct 03, 2014

    5 photos

    So today started at 5:10. We were up dressed and out of the accommodation by 6am ready for our mini bus transfer to Hat Yai. We should of known that in Thailand they never ever run to time so at 6:40 the mini bus finally turned up. We got in and very quickly the mini bus filled up. Matty made friends with a Malaysian guy who made him try this herbal drink. I'm not sure what it was and there was no way I was trying it. The guy in very broken English said that it was no ...

    Hat Yai - Kuala Lumpur

    A travel blog entry by mcstorey on Apr 07, 2014

    ... Charlotte had settled the relatively insignificant fine for overstaying her visa. A couple of stops later: one for food and another at a roadside mosque for the driver to perform Salah (Muslim prayer), we were well on our way to Kuala Lumpur (KL hereafter). The original ETA of 8pm was someway off the actual time of arrival, quashing any hopes of a BBQ at Simon's uncle's house. I have to say though that the drive into KL was ...

    Day on the farm

    A travel blog entry by shampoo777 on Mar 25, 2014

    ... and Pi Nong. Although life is simple here, there is always something to adapt to. Sometimes it's others habits, sometimes it's Thai culture, and other times it's nature. After we went to the market and ate an epic breakfast at a hawker stall. There we also found duck, chicken, some herbs, and leaf worms that are supposed to be eaten with beer. We'll of course we had to buy some and try them when they were live, steamed, fried, dipped, and of ...

    Kuala Lumpur Express

    A travel blog entry by edddadams on Nov 26, 2013

    ... officer for the Turkish army and starts reeling off stories one after the other, how he once offered a German girl in the Cold War a bag of oranges for her 'company' that evening. And another time he met Edward Snowden at a bridge in the midsts of Germany. He came across as a strong pessimist and boarder line racist with his radical views on Muslims and how Al Qaeda was just an invention by the CIA, but his opinions about the future were interesting interesting. ...

    What I had been looking for

    A travel blog entry by kokyuho on Feb 20, 2013

    3 comments, 6 photos

    ... single room! Yeah, Thailand is cheap, at least the real Thailand outside the very touristic areas is. My pocket would also appreciate that, I got even happier when I walked around and started to see the prices of things.

    And I tried some food. Epic moment. Oh my god, food is good in Thailand. I was aware of that, but I never thought the simplest fried rice in the street could taste just so good. Let alone Pad Thai, the Thai style fast fried noodles or ...