The SpaceA Thai Style Cozy Two story 2 bedroom house with very friendly hospitable hosts and a chef on hand to assist you.
Can speak thai, english, and japanese.
*Large living space wireless internet. 52 in TV.
*Large full service kitchen space if you would like to do your cooking.
*Washing machine available
*Bath Amenities available
*Clean Bath towels
*Hair dryer Guest Access*Free guest pick up at the train or bus station
*Chef on premises/ Can request special meals and breakfast
*Can request special tour arrangement or translator Interaction with GuestsUS/Japanese /Thai Home owner and Hosts.
**Can speak thai, english, and japanese. Very friendly atmosphere. Helpful hospitable hosts and a wonderful chef on hand 24 hrs. Can order room service, Thai or International menu. Great food. Can eat at home.
**Can speak thai, english, and japanese. friendly hospitable hosts and a chef on hand.
The NeighborhoodHat Yai (frequently spelled Had Yai) is the largest city in southern Thailand, located near the border of Malaysia and populated by nearly 800,000 Thais. Hat Yai is located in Songkhla Province and, while not the provincial capital, is home to The Prince of Songkhla University, making it Southern Thailand’s educational center as well as the south’s heart of transportation, commerce, and tourism.Among other things, Hat Yai is renowned for its outstanding seafood, which is served in various styles thanks to Hat Yai’s diverse population of Chinese, Malays, and Thais. Hat Yai also features a multitude of markets, both local and international in style, and has a festive nightlife, including pubs and discos that are particularly popular with tourists from neighboring Malaysia. Hat Yai is located roughly 950 km (600 miles) from Bangkok and just 30 km (18.5 miles) from the Malaysian border. Consequently it is a popular destination for visitors from Malaysia, who enjoy dining on seafood and experiencing Hat Yai’s lively nightlife. Regional attractions include Songkhla Lake (the largest in Thailand), an enormous reclining Buddha that visitors can walk inside, the Bhasawang Big Splash (a 15 meter long water slide), and the region’s most popular spectator sport, bullfighting.Key Tips
Banks, shopping centers, restaurants, entertainment venues, and the Hat Yai airport have, on occasion, been targeted by regional terror groups. Visitors should be aware of potential risks as well as increased security measurements, such as bag searches and metal detectors, at areas where large numbers of people gather.
Monthly bull fights are held at Nurn Khun Thong Arena on Highway No.4 near the airport.
Getting AroundCan arrange transportation Van and driver
Tuk Tuk Taxi
***Not included in rent Other Things to NoteHot and humid weather most of the time. Dress casual and accordingly.
Hat Yai is a relatively safe city to visit, particularly if one avoids the most crowded tourist venues and enjoys the local flavor of the city and the culture of its diverse inhabitants.The populous city of Hat Yai, the largest in Songkhla Province, is Southern Thailand’s commercial, shopping, and entertainment center.