Sakura Grand View Hotel

Address: 186 Nipat-Uthit 3 Rd. Hatyai, Hat Yai, 90110, Thailand | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 186 Nipat-Uthit 3 Rd. Hatyai, Hat Yai, is near Sukhothai Historical Park, Si Satchanalai Historical Park, Phra Nakhon Khiri, and Pranburi Forest Park.
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      Travel Blogs from Hat Yai

      See ya, Thailand

      A travel blog entry by nataliegodliman on Apr 26, 2014

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      ... 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 ...

      Day 16!

      A travel blog entry by laura.motsch on Jul 23, 2013

      ... city after the hill tribes. We stayed at the Neo Hatyai Hotel. It was quite nice! We were about to head out to explore for dinner when it started to monsoon. So instead we settled for the hotel restaurant. This ended up being fantastic because besides having great green curry they had karaoke!!! This table of Asians were rocking out to some slow Asian songs and then Rachel and I sang two songs. We started with Aladdin's ...

      It’s a small world in Hat Yai!!

      A travel blog entry by overlander84 on Apr 13, 2013

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      ... agent with a middle aged French guy who has been living in Thailand the last 4 years and is returning home to France for work and money as a truck driver before coming back to Thailand 6-8 months later; we didn’t talk about it, but he was the type who had a younger Thai bride for sure. Finally got in a minivan and took the short journey to the Thai/Malaysian border, where I had to have my visa transferred to my new passport (looks like ...

      Our very long bus ride across the border!

      A travel blog entry by hollybeth on Feb 19, 2013

      ... correct minivan to Kuala Lumur. A very rude old Thai man looked at our bags and started moaning in Thai to us.. we politley told him we didn't understand and showed him our ticket. He continued to speak Thai to us, pointing at our bags! At this point, another man came over asking for our ticket, we showed it to him and he suddenly said "ah package ticket".. then after a brief exchange of words with the grumpy diver, he finally let us on. ...

      Kopunkraaa Thailand..

      A travel blog entry by billiejago on Feb 19, 2013

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      ... 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 ...