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Tang Kuan Hill

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Tang Kuan Hill

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Visit two countries in one day during a day trip to Hat Yai in Thailand from Penang. Taking a private day trip to Hat Yai ensures that you receive the undivided attention of your guide and enjoy the flexibility to customize your itinerary according to your interests.
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jackw53 wrote a review Feb 2020
London, United Kingdom435 contributions98 helpful votes
This is a must visit - to get to the top there is a rail way lift which costs 50 bahts - 30 up and 20 down. There is a route to walk but the hill is very steep and there are many monkeys to navigate which can be intimidating by their sheer number. At the top there are so many view points you are spoiled for choice. The hill top is an active temple so you need to respect the various shrines. A good time to visit is early morning for the quiet and late evening for the sunset.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Saul_True wrote a review Dec 2019
Osaka, Japan480 contributions37 helpful votes
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There are some fantastic views at the top of Tang Kuan Hill, and the 30 baht elevator ride is well worth it if your legs are a bit weary. You can get a great view of Songkhla, the lake and the beaches from here, and the chedi and surrounding structures at the top also make for some interesting wandering around. It was very crowded on the day we went, and there was a 20 to 30 minute wait for the elevator both up and down. If I did it again, I’d go up by elevator and then come back on foot. Much is made of the monkeys in other reviews, but I found them to be very mellow, probably because we humans outnumbered them on the busy day that I was there. On a quiet day, they might be a bit cheekier.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Lokadarshana wrote a review Dec 2019
19 contributions2 helpful votes
Nested between the sea and the Songkhla lake, this hill offers uniquely attractive sceneries, a sacred Chedi, and a vividly red brick Sala. Easy to reach from Samila.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Dika_Rinakuki wrote a review Dec 2019
Jakarta, Indonesia25 contributions2 helpful votes
Good place to see Songkhla from above, unfortunately the cable car was not working at the day. At least we can see the city from above.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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jajavalB wrote a review Oct 2019
Bangkok, Thailand2,475 contributions1,977 helpful votes
Best place to see the city from high altitude .thete is cable car to ride without sweat to the top.Be careful about your waiting hosts, monkeys.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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