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Solo Overland Backpacking Trip to Thailand and Laos – Chapter 2: Part 9 - FINALE

Part 8

Day 11: Thursday, 5 September 2013

Good morning, Hat Yai!

Finally, after close to 2 weeks of solo travelling, I am going back to my hometown – Malaysia! 304 more words

Travel

Around the Malay Peninsular: Hat Yai to Padang Besar (Thai) by Train

After spending the night at Hat Yai, we departed back for Malaysia on the new Hat Yai – Padang Besar Shuttle Train.

The shuttle train is made up of a 2-car Daewoo DMU, commonly known as “Sprinter” in southern Thailand. 470 more words

Trains

Around the Malay Peninsular: Hat Yai Markets (Hat Yai Plaza Trade Centre, Lee Gardens & ASEAN Night Bazaar)

After arriving from Sungai Golok and Yala, we checked in to the hotel and after a short wash up, we headed straight out to see what Hat Yai has to offer. 569 more words

Trip Reports

Around the Malay Peninsular: Yala to Hat Yai by Train

After breakfast and purchasing our SIM cards, we headed back to the railway station to continue our journey towards Hat Yai.

Yala Railway Station is conveniently located on “Rotphai Road” or “Rotfai Road”, which literally translates to Railway Road. 370 more words

Trains

The Bed - Hat Yai, Thailand (Hotel Review)

The Bed is probably the chicest boutique hotel in Hat Yai, Thailand.

We were lucky to be one of the first hotel guests when it opened a few Chinese New Years ago. 166 more words

Destinations

Malaysia with Friends prt25

The last shots of Hat Yai are from a temple. We couldn’t get in, so just a few shots from the outside. In front of the temple a Mercedes was being blessed… And then it started to rain. 56 more words

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Malaysia with Friends prt24

More from the streets of Hat Yai in the South of Thailand. 105 more words

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