Lee Gardens Plaza

Address: 29 Prachatipat Road, Hat Yai, 90110, Thailand | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 29 Prachatipat Road, 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

    The Journey Into Malaysia

    A travel blog entry by kezwill15 on Jun 04, 2015

    1 photo

    ... Mansion with Uncle Charlie giving us the best welcoming, the cutest Malaysian old man. We dropped out bags and headed to the reggae bar for some dinner as we were all starving. As you can imagine nothing happened after filling up on food, we were all so tired we headed straight to bed. This hostel was very different it was a dorm room but we each had our own little pod, it was very unique and the bed was so comfy it was going to be a fantastic sleep. Good night from ...

    Penang, Buddha and the iPhone

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

    4 comments, 13 photos

    ... through Thailand and Laos for a couple of weeks. With pleasantries between us over, I was finding the right time to ask the question; why does a monk need a smart phone, iPad or GoPro? It was, if I recall correctly, somewhere between Low outlining the force of the ‘Karmic Links’ and the ‘Four Noble Truths’ as she gave me the Karl Pilkington guide to Buddhism. Her response was that monks need some form of communication mechanism. ...

    See ya, Thailand

    A travel blog entry by nataliegodliman on Apr 26, 2014

    1 photo

    ... got out of there! Everywhere was full and we spent a good hour trying to find a room, which was strange as there were no other tourists here, Thai people must come to stay here for the shopping I guess. And that's pretty much all there was here; a mall. It was our last night in Thailand and sadly it didn't look like we were going to find any authentic scrumptious Thai food. And so having not eaten since 9am, at 6pm we sat down to an all you ...

    Kopunkraaa Thailand..

    A travel blog entry by billiejago on Feb 19, 2013

    8 photos

    ... I 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 ...

    Chiang Mai to Koh Tao

    A travel blog entry by mattrw on Jan 18, 2013

    With learning to dive as our goal, we needed to find a way to get to the island of Koh Tao. Flights to nearby Koh Samui were extortionate, and we didn't want to retrace our steps through Bangkok, nor face a two-day train journey. A flight to Hat Yai near the Malaysian border seemed the best option. We would then train back up to Surat Thani, and get the night boat from there to Koh Tao.

    Our Nok Air (the Thai ...