Came at night and you can see whole City of Hatyai. Beautiful view and nice place to take photos. Best to come with driver.
The park is quite a distance away from the town centre. When we arrived it was not clear how you got up the hill, where there are several temples, the main attraction of the park. Most signs were not in English. Luckily a group of young Malaysians came along and we travelled with them in the small vehicle. We saw... More
on top of hill , overlooking Hatyai city, Contains mainly 3 temples, each with its own unique statues of Buddhist god. Cable car ride at there is 200Baht, another temple on top of the hill, overlooking the city Its hot weather , overall is just good.
Hatyai municipal park is distance away from the city, it is situated on the way to the Songkhla lake. It is best to take a hire car ( a tuk tuk may not able to climb the steep hill) and it is advisable to use the cable car for your up and down hill journey. I strongly recommend it to... More
Not worth RM22.40 for Malaysians. Not what I expected it to be. Cable car was horrible. When up to the hill (not that high, though),there's a temple & that's about it. The views up there were okay, nothing screams 'WOW'. Would not recommend friends to go. Better go to Langkawi's cable car instead.
Just about 3 km away from the town centre , a wonderful place to go. whilst inside the park, it exist some religious building and statue, and also a very good restaurant near by. This park is the green lung of the busy city, take the children to have a walk and play in the park . For family pleasure,... More
Pretty nice place to visit, surroundings are well kept and clean. Despite the many attractions; mainly Buddhist statutes, interesting enough there are not many people around properly not a holiday season. I still enjoy my visit and like the place, the fare there cost me 500 baht to and fro. Better bargain before you take one of those tot tot... More
If you are a buddhist or Buddha worshiper, or you want to take some beautiful photos for remembrance. This is ideal place. This location represent Hat Yai. I spent about 500 baht for the trip to and fro to get there. Solo traveller may find it cheaper by taking a motorbike taxi if you like. Big Buddha statues such the... More
Our hired driver brought us to the top of the hill to view hat yai; and there was a buddha statue atop the hill; slightly below the hill was more statues of laughing buddha; guan gong (general with a red face in taoist folklore); goddess of mercy (kuan yin) and many other statues. Worth a visit. Nice coffee place on... More
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