Hat Yai Thailand Hotels and Resorts - Online Reservation Hat Yai may well be one of the least interesting cities in Thailand. It’s a relatively modern invention resulting from the construction of the railway linking Thailand to Malaysia and Singapore in the nineteenth century. Hat Yai is where the two lines running up either coast of Malaysia meet to form the single line up to Bangkok. It remained not much more than a rail yard until the 1960s, when its proximity to the Malaysia border made it an important trading town.

Getting to Hat Yai (Songkhla)



By car

From Bangkok, take Highway 4 to Chumphon, then Highway 41 to Hat Yai.

By bus

Buses from Bangkok take about 13 hours and depart from the Southern Bus Terminal, tel: 0 2435 1199. For information in Hat Yai, Tel. Bo Kho So on 0 7423 2789, 0 7423 2404, Piya Tour on 0 7442 8972, and Thai Doen Rot on 0 7442 9525. From Hat Yai Bus Terminal, there are buses to other provinces in the south. Pho Thong Transportation, tel: 0 7431 1126, provides buses to Songkhla city.

By Rail

Trains depart from Bangkok s Hualamphong Railway Station and travelling time is about 17 hours. For futher information Tel. 0 2220 4334 and Hotline 1690, Hat Yai Railway Station Tel. 0 7424 3705, 0 7423 8005

By Air

Thai Airways Internationnal operates several dialy flights between Bangkok and Hat Yai. For more information, Tel. 0 2280 0060, 0 2628 2000 (Bangkok Office), 0 7424 5851-2 (Hat Yai Office) and Hotline 1566

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