Hatyai Garden Home Hotel

51-2 Hoi Mook Rd., Hat Yai, 90110, Thailand | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Hat Yai

Day 77 - Bus to Penang

A travel blog entry by costin


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We only made it to the next stall, before we stopped again. This time, it was Wan Tan Mee on the menu. I opted for the dry version rather than the soup version. The guy swirled a mixture of soy sauce, oyster sauce and sesame oil around a bowl, before tossing in fresh egg noodles and topping with two types of wonton (steamed and crispy), char siu (chinese roast pork) and chinese kale. It was served with pickled chillies, ...

Leaving Thailand

A travel blog entry by new_lands


... time too, anything to help me out and actually the place was friendly, comfortable and reasonable which was the right decision to make. It’s been a tough journey from the Islands with a few unexpected problems and after a hard few days cycling I’m only around 50km away from the Malaysian border… phew.

So last day in Thailand, I manage to make the border by lunch time and I’m relieved its simply a stamp in job and I’m in. So ...

It’s a small world in Hat Yai!!

A travel blog entry by overlander84


... should head, but before he could really answer me I saw a familiar face sitting adjacent behind him. It was one of the guys from my first night in Krabi and Joy Bar, Kieran (in a band with Ollie from Manchester). Really small world especially in this nothing border town called Hat Yai… he was passing through too returning back from a few nights in Malaysia, Penang, back to Krabi and the Pack Up Hostel so he could jam some more with the band before ...

Kopunkraaa Thailand..

A travel blog entry by billiejago


... turned around and headed back to calmer waters- getting screamed at by crazy hungry wild Monkeys on the way back. In Thailand, you don't really require shoes. You take them off everywhere,so sometimes there is no point in wearing them. In buddhism, feet are the sacred part of your body, so you should not show the soles of them, and for whatever reason, it is better for your feet to be on the ground rather than your shoes. In a kayaking situation, it was great. On ...

Pit Stop Day

A travel blog entry by danib1985


... I just hoped for the best!!! The vibe did calm down after a couple of hours haha and I think everyone was a bit more chilled and had reflected....I hope. So I just sat and listened to music (so good to have an iPod again, thank you mother) and daydreamed about love as usual!!! Then we made a stop and I did need a toilet break. I always try not to drink on buses so I don't need a wee but I end up feeling **** and still needing a wee anyway!!! I got ...


This hotel, located on 51-2 Hoi Mook Rd., Hat Yai, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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