Insight 5 Places to Visit in Hat Yai

As the biggest town in the south, the town of Hat Yai in Songkla has made its own name with its technological advance of large city while keeping the traditional southern charm like the old days. While you can spend at least 2-3 days visiting the whole city on your own pace, there are 5 places you can skip out.
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Food Hadyai

If you are traveling in Thailand, and have a chance to visit Hadyai, Chok Dee Dim Sum is one of the must-goes. The restaurant has been running the business for more than 18 years, and become the most favorite food of the local since then. It is recommended that you go to the restaurant early in the morning since the later you come, the more crowded it becomes! Folk tries very hard to beat the ordering queue and get a seat to have great food in a laid-back manner, and, as a result, there will be no seat left for you and the dishes you long for will also be finished. So BE FAST! or you won’t get a seat to eat! If you manage to reach the ordering counter (and also get yourself a seat), try “Hadyai Breakfast”, consisting of Buk Khut Tae (meaty pork ribs simmered in a complex broth of herbs and spices) with steamed rice, dim sum and Thai milk tea, you will love them.






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Insight The Thailand Pavilion at the World Exposition Milano 2015

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The Thailand Pavilion at the World Exposition Milano 2015 in Italy, from 1 May to 31 October 2015, presents the concept of “Nourishing and Delighting the World”. This exhibition aims to build confidence in Thai agricultural and food products. It also confirms our readiness to become the kitchen of the world, as well as to expand our market of agricultural products on the world stage. Thailand’s participation in the World Exposition Milano 2015, under the broader theme of “Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life”, also helps to raise global awareness about sustainable food production, with a showcase of our abundant species, modern food cultivation technology, and His Majesty’s philosophy of sustainable development.






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Travel Phra Phuttha Hattha Mongkol – Hadyai

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The temple’s Ubosot built from reinforced concrete following Fine Arts Departmentwith 15 meters wide and 32 meters long was constructed in 1979. The pavilion which was made of concrete and hard wood with 25 meters wide, 42 meters long was built in 1956. As for the guest residence, the building is 15 meters wide and 42 meters long constructed in the same year as the ubosot. There are 30 monk residences. The crematory was made from reinforced concrete.






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Travel TON NGA CHANG WATERFALL

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It is one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the southern Thailand and Songkhla province. It has 7 levels. The most beautiful level is the third level called Ton Ngachang as the stream separated into two, resembling a pair of elephant’s tusks. The waterfall is in the area of Ton Nga Chang Wildlife Sanctuary. Accommodations are all prepared for tourists. To see every level, you have to walk for more than 1 km. Each level has different names.






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Travel Central Hadyai

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Newly renovated Central Hatyai is the crown piece of this gateway city of the Southernmost region of Thailand. It has a unique mix of cultures, a hot hub where local cultures interact with visitors from all over the country and the world amid a modern ambiance. The department store offers a myriad of famous international and local brands. Small in size, but it provides all the essentials to the needs of its customers.






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Travel Phra Mahathat Chedi Traiphop Traimongkon

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Located on the top of KhaoKho Hong mountain, on Punnakan Rd., HadYai district, Songkhla province, it was built on the occasion of the 60th anniversary celebrations of the King BhumibolAdulyadej’s accession to the throne. The construction completed in 160 days on February 28, B.E. 2549. It was made from all stainless steel tubing and is lit up at night and visible from the road below the hill that passes it. Tourists can visit the well-decorated stainless steel inside the chedi. Each door in the chedi represents 8 days in a week (the Wednesday has 2 doors representing Wednesday morning and Wednesday night) and each day also has its own Buddha image in different attitutudes.






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