L.K. Hotel Hatyai

150 Sangchan Rd., Hat Yai, 90110, Thailand | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Hat Yai

Hat Yai - Kuala Lumpur

A travel blog entry by mcstorey

... 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 ...

Long trip ahead

A travel blog entry by maxandnat

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We never managed to make it out of Koh Lanta because we enjoyed it too much! We spent our last few days on a different beach on the island called Khlong Nin in another small hut. This one was slightly better for 50 p more! Here we relaxed in the hammock, surfed and Natalie made plenty of animal mates! However the mozzy bites have started to become a pain in the ****. I now have one on my face. A mozzy has managed to sit on my face long enough to have a feast, and now I look like ...

Malaysia too far....

A travel blog entry by kimandjess

... Now Hat Yai is the area we have been warned about by everyone. Rough guide, foreign commonwealth office, EVERYONE. But we had no option so we waited a mere 7 hours for our train. It got to midnight and we thought YES the wait is nearly over, only to be informed that our train was in fact delayed. We met a chinese lady who was a tad crazy. She was scared of the bombs/terrorism situation in hat yai, of talking to anyone (apart from us??) And ...

What I had been looking for

A travel blog entry by kokyuho

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... spoke some decent English and was able to make me understand there was no bridge in many kilometers to cross the big bay of Songkhla to its other side in the north, but that I could take a cheap car service ferry near where I was that would put me on the other side in just 15 minutes. That I did, and hell yeah it was cheap, talking about paying around 10 cent of euro for getting into the ferry with my bike, wow!

The way north on the road from then ...

Chiang Mai to Koh Tao

A travel blog entry by mattrw

... hand gestures and help from local tuk-tuk drivers were required to explain where we wanted to go, but everyone was generally very helpful, despite seemingly bemused by foreigners choosing to travel this way. We were dropped off a fair distance from the ferry port, so had to get a map from a local hotel, but eventually found our way to the port. A street market dinner of mystery meats later, and we were boating our way ...

Location

This hotel, located on 150 Sangchan 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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