I had a short stop over in Hat Yai on my way back to Trang from Penang and I decided to spend the morning at this park. I asked a few tuk-tuk drivers the costs to get there, and they all wanted about 300-600 baht for the ride there and back. After some searching online I found that you can actually just take a Songtaew for 10 baht each way! I walked the short distance from the train station to Phetkasen Road and hopped in one heading east that took me straight there. I also decided just to walk up the hill on my own, saving the cost for a ride up, which was about a 1 1/2 hour walk. It was a nice hike, though, since everyone else choses to drive, I was alone with nature the whole way. I walked to the Hindu temple at the top of the hill, then took the cable car (200 baht) down to the Buddhist temple. The way down was much shorter, and once at the bottom of the hill, I just grabbed a songtoew back for another 10baht. A fairly inexpensive and peaceful way to spend a few hours in a new city.
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