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Jetstar Asia opens four flights a week from Singapore to Hat Yai

Jetstar Asia opens four flights a week from Singapore to Hat Yai

If regulatory bodies push through with a decision by November, Jetstar Asia will operate four flights a week from Singapore to Hat Yai, to meet the demand for visa-free travel between Singapore and Thailand.

Hat Yai, the largest city in Southern Thailand, known for its shopping, entertainment and dining options, is a very popular destination for travellers from Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia.

What to do in Hai Yat

Popular tourist attractions in Hat Yai include beaches, nearby islands, Khlong Hae Floating Market, Ton Nga Chang Waterfall, Songkla Lake, parks and observatories and, unknown to many, bull-fighting.

Located at the border between Malaysia and Thailand, Hat Yai is also a traditionally popular destination for a 12-hour road trip from Singapore, for travellers who enjoy drive-holidays.

However, the recent change in the visa requirements by the Thai government for returning visitors by land, has impacted the number of travellers into the border city.

Visa-free travel

With Jetstar’s new direct service to Hat Yai, returning and new travellers will now be able to fly direct to Hat Yai visa-free for 30 days while allowing them to save on their travel time.

 

 *subject to regulatory approval

 

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