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    Friday, May 29, 2020
Shopping Center

        The shopping complex concentrates around Niphat Uthit 1-3 Road, Kim Yong and Santisuk Markets, Phetchakasem Road and various department stores, all within walking distance.  Kim Yong and Santisuk Markets sell a great variety of food, electrical appliances, cosmetics and clothing.
Wat Hat Yai Nai (Reclining Buddha Image)

        The third largest reclining Buddha image of the world reposes at Wat Hat Yai Nai on Phetkhasem Road near Ou-Tapao Bridge.  The statue, named Phra Buddha hatmongkhol, is 35 meters long, 15 meters high and 10 meters wide.  This is considered one of the most revered statues in the region.
Tone Nga Chang Waterfall

        Waterfall is located in a wildlife reserve area 26 kilometers from Hat Yai.  It can be reached by taking the Hat Yai - Rattaphum Road, turning left at the 13 kilometer milestone and going further for another 13 kilometers.  Of all the seven cascades, the third one is the most fascinating, with the water falling into two large streams resembling an elephant's tusks (Tone Nga Chang means "waterfall like an elephant's tusks" in the local dialect).  The water flows all year long.  The area is also ideal for trekking and enjoying unspoiled nature
Hat Yai City Municipality Park

        The park is located 6 kilometers from Hat Yai city center on Kanchanavanit Road (Hat Yai - Songkhla).  It is a recreational area for Hat Yai residents as well as other visitors.  The park complex is decorated with beautiful flowering and ornamental plants.  A pavilion was built jutting into a small man - made lake. A small size zoo and a bird park provide visitors with a glimpse of wild animals and various species of birds. At the foot of the hill near the bird's park is a statue of King Rama V.  On the hilltop is a shrine of the Hindu god Brahma.  On the north side of the hilltop overlooking the scout camp is located a shrine of the Chinese goddess Kuan-Im.
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