Monday, December 11, 2017
Location Located in Downtown Hat Yai, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Odean Shopping Mall, Ocean Shopping Town and Lee Garden Plaza. Kim Jong Shopping Center and Clock Tower are also within 15 minutes. Hotel features Along with a restaurant, this hotel has a bar/lounge and Concierge services. Free WiFi in public areas and free self parking are also provided. Other amenities include Dry cleaning, A 24-hour front desk and a front desk safe. Room amenities All 189 properties provide conveniences such as refrigerators and coffee makers, plus complimentary wireless Internet access and LED TVs with cable channels. Minibars, room service (during limited hours) and free bottled water are among the other amenities available to guests.
D-ONE HOTEL is a short stroll from Rajyindee Hospital and Odean Shopping Mall. Each of the 100 rooms at this 3-star hotel includes a refrigerator, a coffee maker, and a flat-screen TV. Also near this Hat Yai hotel are Lee Garden Plaza and Ocean Shopping Town. Rooms All of D-ONE HOTEL's 100 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including refrigerators, coffee makers, and free bottled water. Guests can expect to find flat-screen TVs and stay connected with free WiFi. Other standard amenities include desks and free toiletries. Bathrooms are shared. Property features Guests of D-ONE HOTEL enjoy features like free WiFi in public areas. If you decide to drive, there's free parking. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help with luggage storage, and answer any questions about the accommodations.
Thursday, December 7, 2017
时常自驾到泰国游玩或公干的朋友注意！泰国计划在2018年年秒征收车辆入境费！ 根据泰国运输和交通政策及规划办公室的消息，泰国打算向入境泰国的外国车辆征收100泰铢的入境费。 初步消息指出，外国车辆在入境泰国时需购买100泰铢（约12令吉65仙）的电子通关卡，这个通关卡的有效期为5年。外国车辆每次通关将需缴付42泰铢（约5令吉30仙）。 泰国将分3次阶段落实外国车入境收费措施，最初只对通过缅甸、大马、柬埔寨和寮国28个检查站入境的外国四轮车征收入境费。 接下来，泰国将用备有全球定位系统（GPS）的射频识别系统追踪通过这28个检查站入境的外国车。这些被GPS追踪的外国车将被征收每公里1.5泰铢（马币19仙）的费用。
Tuesday, December 5, 2017
因為之前2次都是開車下 KAYU HITAM 然後再進DANNOK再租車下HATYAI 不過這次想嘗試不一樣的交通 本人還覺得蠻方便的。 KL Sentral 到 PadangBesar則需要 5 hour 45 minutes Taiping 到 Padang Besar 則需要 2 hour 50 minutes Butterworth to Padang Besar – ETS (RM 29 ) Padang Besar to Butterworth – ETS (RM 29 ) > 這個我們上網買來回車票 > https://intranet.ktmb.com.my/e-ticket/login.aspx 網購建議： 1. 網上購票需注冊一個上網戶口 2. 如果你是 wargamas （60歲以上）可享有50%的折扣，但是需要親自到櫃台去 3.建議出發前，提早半小時到火車站 NOTE : 我們買最早一班 ETS火車 from BW to Padang Besar 因為我們不知道泰國火車的train schedule是會有幾點的班車 ; 回程我們就選最遲那一班的ETS火車from Padang Besar to BW. 到了Padang Besar站, 如果有意思要去Padang Besar逛逛就直接直走出站。如果要繼續下Hatyai, 就必須往左走, 去通關口。沒去通關之前,可以直接去售票office買 Padang besar to Hatyai的 train ticket。 Padang Besar to Hatyai – 泰國火車 – 70bahts (大約RM8.80) 買了火車票就可以准備去通關了。 通了Malaysia關口過後再通Thailand關口。 之後就可以准備上泰國火車前往Hatyai了。 NOTE : 泰國火車是會等人的 所以可以慢慢通關不用趕。本人買的是泰國時間9:10AM的班車, 不過火車大約泰國時間9:30AM才開。 回程 我們一起床就准備去火車站購買當天要回程的火車票 (說了,因為泰國train的time schedule沒有fix的) ⚠⚠ 去到售票處才知道那天最後一班火車是泰國時間下午1:00pm 所以立刻購買了火車票,買了才安心坐tuk tuk回去central繼續逛市場。 Hatyai to Padang Besar – 泰國火車 – 70bahts (大約RM8.80) NOTE : Hatyai Railway Station距離Hatyai市區很近而已 做個tuk tuk 大約 5- 7 分鐘就到所謂的 Lee Garden了。 所以可以時不時去哪裡逛街買衣服, 衣服超級多, 超級便宜, 好吃的也很多! 本人一年都會去好幾次
Tuesday, November 14, 2017
Koh Phangan One of the top 5 party islands in Thailand Home to the full moon party which has to be the most popular party experience on offer to the party animals visiting Thailand every year, Koh Phangan is comprised of white sand beaches, palm trees, lively bars, clubs, a lot of alcohol, and of course the notorious beach party scene in the form of full moon parties. Haad Rin beach is where to go for the full moon parties, beach clubs and everything else. The monthly full moon parties run year-round and consist of over 12 major sound systems, up to 30 000 people, and a ton of dance floors, djs, bars and drinks to choose from. If you’re into the obscene and massive music festival scene or just want to check out what this unique beach party has to offer, we suggest you go here. Koh Samui Pool party at Ark Bar on Koh Samui Island in Thailand Located in the Gulf of Thailand off the country’s eastern seaboard, Koh Samui is a favourite amongst young travellers and students. There are a variety of beaches to choose from, all with a different vibe and suited to different types of travellers. The one that stands out the most to party fiends is Chaweng Beach which shows off with bright colourful lights beaming out into the ocean from the variety of bars and night clubs scattered along this beach. The area of Chaweng has even more to offer when it comes to late night drinking and dancing. Koh Samui even hosts their own versions of the famous Koh Phangan full moon parties in the form of half moon and black moon parties. Be sure to check out Q Bar, Soi Green Mango, Ark Bar, the Islander and Soi Reggae when visiting this hip and happening tropical paradise. Photo by Ark Bar Phuket Tiger bar in Phuket, Thailand Phuket is one of the larger islands in Thailand and is situated along Thailand’s west coast in the Andaman Sea. For years, Phuket has rightfully proclaimed itself as a hotspot for party-goers. It is a perfect destination for those that enjoy staying out through to the early hours of the morning, nursing their hangovers under palm trees on the beach the next day and then doing it all over again. There are a variety of options available to all types of party enthusiasts. Karon and Kata beach boast a range of bars and clubs for tourists to waltz into and tend to be less crowded. Patong beach on the other hand is the most popular party destination on the island, with an array of nightclubs, bars, and strip clubs to attend. Give Soi Sea Dragon, Seduction Beach Club & Discotheque, and Hard Rock Café a visit if you are lucky enough to stumble upon this ever-so buzzing island during your travels. Photo by Emmajuneborninmay Koh Phi Phi Slinky Bar on Koh Phi Phi Island in Thailand This little gem hosts an array of party scenes both for those looking for a dance floor and loud music and those seeking a laid back atmosphere. The island consists of three main areas. Loh Dalum is situated up north with a very relaxed vibe to it although the drinks, fire dancing, and bars are still plentiful, while Tonsai Village and Tonsai East are hosts to beach bars and clubs which attract those seeking a sleepless night of fun in paradise. Koh Phi Phi is notorious for its “buckets” which include a bucket of ice, half a bottle of sugar cane rum, mixers and straws, and go for next to nothing in price. The island prides itself on having an enticing nightlife scene while remaining far from sleazy which tends to be the case of some of the popular islands in Thailand. We recommend hitting up Carlito’s, Slinky Bar, and Hippies Bar. Photo by The Yacht Week Koh Chang Koh Chang has an awesome nighlife Not every party animal enjoys dancing the night away to trance music with thousands of other travellers. Koh Chang is the perfect caterer to this bunch of nighttime socialites. This island has seen an increase in popularity over the years yet it still manages to avoid being one of the overcrowded islands in Thailand. The most popular and vibrant areas on Koh Chang are White Sand Beach, Kai Bae, Lonely Beach and Klong Prao. A variety of different beach bars, beer bars, cafes and clubs are ever-so present along these beach areas where you will find like-minded travellers soaking in the great atmosphere that Koh Chang has to offer through to the early hours of the morning.