The development in Hatyai is a bit slower if compares to Malaysia. Look at their electrical wires. The electricity wires in Hatyai is so terrible and backdated .
Hatyai's famous public transport is TuTu car. The tutu car can fetch you to all around Hatyai with standard charge of 20bath per person. Tourism in Hat Yai consists mainly of the weekend trade from Malaysia and Singapore.
One thing that shouldn't be missed in Hatyai, of course is their MCD samurai pork burger. McDonald’s Thailand offers Samurai Pork Burger which can’t be found at McDonald’s Malaysia due to its halal nature.
We walked to the McDonald's to fill our hungry tummies. Mr Ronald Macdonald who greet us at the entrance of Lee Garden Plaza.
We had to go through the security check before entering. It has been heavily guarded ever since the bombing incident. We had our lunch here.
Apple pie is the most common pie in McDonald’s Malaysia. At Hatyai , we can have corn pie, pineapple pie and spinach pie.
Mcdonald's Samurai Pork burger. Have you tasted one? After devoured the first bite, both of you made a thumbs-up sign.
Crispy pie crust with tasty yam chunks.
We came across Mister Donut which is located at Lee Garden.
Mister Donut is a fast food franchise founded in the United States in 1956, now headquartered in Japan, where it has more than 1,300 stores. It is offerings doughnuts, coffee, muffins and pastries.
Mister doughnut is not to be missed. Very happy to find a Mister Donut in Hatyai.
Animal themed doughnut. Do you like cow-themed doughnut?
What is better than yummy snacks? Yummy snacks that look like cute animals, of course! Which of the animal-themed treats is your favorite?
Have you tried KFC spicy kerabu rice before? It is worth trying. It has a slight tinge of sourish taste mix with prawns and squid. A good appetizer.
After strolled around the city, we went home by mini bus at 4.30pm. It was our short get-away trip to the land of Hatyai. We are planning a trip to Thailand.