Thung Sao 2 Soi 12 Road, Hat Yai, Songkhla 90110, Thailand
Hat Yai District is found in Thailand’s southern province of Songkhla, and includes Hat Yai city, a few small towns and almost 100 villages. The population is a mix of Buddhist and Muslim, and the region is a popular destination for short-stay visitors from neighbouring Malaysia. The relatively modern city of Hat Yai is the district’s transportation hub as well as a commercial centre and busy port giving access by ferry to the Andaman Sea archipelago.
Buses of all types arrive at the Hat Yai terminal in the city’s southern quarter from Singapore, Malaysia, other provinces, the local region and Bangkok’s Southern Terminal. The 988km journey from Bangkok takes 13 hours at a cost of around 1000 baht, dependent on the type of bus. Booking well in advance online is the best idea, as the city is a popular destination for ferry travel to offshore resort islands.
Transportation around the region is by songthaew or local buses, and Phuket can be reached by VIP or second-class air-conditioned bus in under seven hours at a cost of between 344 and 535 baht. Nearby Songkla city is the region’s capital, offering a selection of historic wats, several museums and a wide choice of eateries and accommodation.
Departures - 18:30
|Hat Yai||Morchit, Bangkok||18:30||06:40|
|Hat Yai||Southern Terminal, Bangkok||20:00||10:00|
|Hat Yai||Trang Sri Trang||21:30||23:45|
|Hat Yai||Phuket Bus Terminal 2||21:30||04:30|
|Hat Yai||Phuket Bus Terminal 2||19:30||03:55|