Hat Yai Itinerary 3 Days

What to Do in Hat Yai in 3 Days Tour

This is a glimpse of what to do in Hat Yai in 3 days. We have mentioned some of the frequently added attractions in Hat Yai that range from historical to natural, from fun-filled to the most popular. Explore more travel ideas for a perfect 3-day Hat Yai itinerary.

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3 Days in Hat Yai Itinerary Ideas

Hat Yai is one of the largest metropolitan areas of Thailand. Located near the Malaysian border, this city is always bustling with tourists from different countries. If you are going to spend 3 days in Hat Yai, you will find your itinerary packed with a variety of things. This compact list of popular tourist attractions in Hat Yai will guide you to some of the best places in and around the city.

What to See in 3 Days in Hat Yai

Day 1 of Hat Yai Itinerary:

Have a heavy breakfast because you need to be energized to visit the Hat Yai Municipal Park. though the name says the park, this green space has a lot more to offer than a regular garden. It is established on the foot of mountains and its location add charm to the whole set. You can go to the top of the mountains where 25-meter-tall Buddha monument stands. Recently added Hat Yai Cable Car has become an instant hit. It offers stunning panoramic vistas of the city.

You can visit Phra Maha Chedi Tripob Trimongkol temple after lunch. Though the temple is located outside the city in Songkhla province, you can reach there within an hour. The unique thing about this temple is that it is built of steel. Located on the hill, the cold steel and cool breeze make for a lovely place. Coming here will place you away from all the hustle and bustle of a city. Offering prayers in this tranquil atmosphere is soothing.

Magic Eye 3D Museum in Hat Yai is entertaining kids and adults alike. You can spend an evening here being amazed by the beautiful 3D wall and floor paintings. The museum uses art technique called Trompe-l'oeil which was popular in the 17th century in France. You will love seeing paintings creating an illusion of a three-dimensional object. Do not forget to call the authorities to confirm the timings before planning a visit.

Day 2 of Hat Yai Itinerary:

This is the day to get up at dawn and head off to the outskirts of the city. Going to the Hat Yai Watchtower away from all the hustle and bustle of this city is a great opportunity to find yourself at the heart of nature. Huge golden statue of standing Buddha is a significant landmark here. Go to the top of the tower and you will be welcomed by panoramic vistas of Hat Yai.

Visiting Khlong Hae Floating Market is a must for every traveler. The market opens in the noon and ends after cultural performances in the evening. This is a place to try traditional local dishes like pad Thai, samosa, Luk Chup, grilled prawns, Khanom Jeeb or ba bin. You will find a variety of fresh vegetables and seasonal fruits at over 50 overwater stalls. You need to have at least 3 to 4 hours to wander through the whole market and interact with locals.

The streets of Hat Yai start bustling with mostly Malaysian and Singaporean tourists. If you are looking to experience the notorious nightlife of Thailand, this city will not disappoint you. Areas like Thamanoonvithee Road or Lee Garden Plaza are the places where you will find popular bars, pubs, and massage parlors. You should never spend 72 hours in Hat Yai without being part of such exciting nights.

Day 3 of Hat Yai Itinerary:

Now that you have wandered the streets of Hat Yai, why not explore the outskirts? You will love Namtok Ton Nga Chang waterfall located in the Ton Nga Chang Wildlife Sanctuary. It will hardly take half an hour to reach the forest from Hat Yai. Try to reach the falls around 8 am to avoid the crowd and you may have the whole site to yourself. You can spend the whole day in the woods with your loved ones and come back to the city in the evening.

Hatyai Park Lantern Festival is the best place to spend your evening. Numerous huge lanterns are established along the lake shores. Sparkling lights reflecting in the water make this place look like something straight from the pages of a fairy-tale. This is a special project by the Government to attract more tourists to Hat Yai.

If you have more time, you can also visit other attractions like Hatyai Wonders Land, Hatyai Weekend Night Market, or Central Festival Mall to know more about the city.

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With More Days in Hand

Spend your days like a local when you are for more than 3 days in Hat Yai. Visit famous sightseeing places, plan day trips to nearby cities, and enjoy touring with family and friends. Be part of the events happening in the city. Check what to do in Hat Yai in 4 days or 5 days.

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  • asian & Greenway night market

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    • Yes, you can add the Asian and Greenway Night Market to your itinerary. But I suggest you give it a try when not tired with the whole day touring.

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