By bus the journey from Hat Yai to Uttaradit is scheduled to take 23 hours 20 minutes.
Bus Timetable: Hat Yai to Uttaradit
- Click on the Hat Yai – Uttaradit link in the timetable below for more information and to buy tickets.
|Hat Yai - Uttaradit ฿ 1,301–1,706 23h 20m|
Departure from Hat Yai
Bus services to Uttaradit depart from Hat Yai Bus Station,at 73, Chotevittayakul Road, Tambon Hat Yai, Amphoe Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110, Tambon Hat Yai, Amphoe Hat Yai, Chang Wat Songkhla 90110, Thailand.
Arrival in Uttaradit
Bus services from Hat Yai to Uttaradit terminate at Uttaradit Bus Terminal, Tha It, Mueang Uttaradit District, Uttaradit 53000.
Uttaradit is small town with city centre population of around 35,000 permanent residents. Uttaradit is located on the Nan River and on the train line from Bangkok to Chiang Mai. Uttaradit itself has relatively little to offer to tourists, although it is close to the massive Queen Sirikit Dam behind which is a 259 square kilometre reservoir.
The liveliest part of Uttaradit is the Boroma At Road which features the Friday Department Store and the town’s best hotels, bars and restaurants. The Friday Hotel on top of the Friday Department Store is somewhere we recommend to stay if you visit Uttaradit. The two main tourist attractions in Uttaradit are temples to the west of the town centre: Wat Phra Thaen Si La At and Wat Phra Brommathat Thung Yang. According to legend the Lord Buddha once visited the area and Wat Phra Thaen Si La At contains a highly revered block of rock that it is believed the Lord Buddha sat on. Several of Thailand’s Kings have been to Wat Phra Thaen Si La At to worship the stone block. Wat Phra Brommathat Thung Yang is a small beautiful temple believed to be located on the site of the fabled town of Laplae. According to local folklore Laplae was a magical place that only honest people could enter. Both temples are important places in Thai culture and receive lots of Thai tourists as a consequence.