Thursday, October 17, 2019

Thai mural village

Bird City Street Art in Yala, southern Thailand, is loved by Thai photographers and tourists for its impressive murals.

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Thai mural village
Yala city in the southernmost of Thailand, about 137 km southeast of Hat Yai is quite strange for international tourists but is favored by paparazzi and Thai tourists, especially Bird City Street Art with Impressive wall paintings.
Thai mural village
Bird City Street Art is a small neighborhood and at the same time a prominent tourist attraction of the city. You can see murals everywhere, every corner on the walk.
Thai mural village
Pay close attention, many pictures are hidden behind the bushes with interesting drawings. Weekend this quarter is quite crowded tourists visiting. Sometimes you have to wait in line to take a photo. Therefore, going early will be more empty.
Thai mural village
Most travelers choose to walk to explore the city. There are not many taxis, nor do they develop travel services, suitable for those who love to move rather than resort tourism. Yala street is not crowded, traffic jam rarely occurs.
Thai mural village
The name "Yala" is derived from "yalo", the local language means "fish net". This is the only province not bordering the sea in the south, bordering Malaysia, blending many cultures between Thailand, China and Malaysia muslim.
Thai mural village
Yala has no airport, but you can choose to fly from Bangkok to Hat Yai, then to Yala by bus, taxi, coach to save time. Besides, you can take the train and coach from the capital to Yala. There are 3 trips per day, the travel time is quite long, ranging from 14-18 hours depending on the vehicle.
Thai mural village
Note, Yala is one of the provinces where political instability sometimes occurs in Southern Thailand. So, before you depart, you should learn news for sure. If you change the schedule, you can stop at Hat Yai, the emerging tourist destination of the golden temple country.

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