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Dr. Prinya - Hat Yai/Thailand

Postby krispy » Wed, 25 Apr 2012 9:33 am

Hi everyone, I just wanted to start this thread for people who has been to Dr. Prinya for ANY Cosmetic Surgery to share their experiences. I give up trying to get a slot with Dr. Nara. And Dr. Chi is in and out of Hat Yai, I have emailed him and he has mentioned that if price is not a factor to book with him at the Hospital he currently work at. Well, money does not come easily for me and I choose to have my surgery done in Hat Yai. The low price the doctors are charging in Hat Yai is mainly due to the low cost of living in the region, it has NOTHING to do with their lack of skills, trainings or experience.

I have researched for many years and read many threads about Cosmetic Surgery in Thailand. In 2010 I decided to go through with my first Plastic Surgery. I was scared just like everybody else about travelling alone, getting robbed, murdered or maybe dying at the clinic in the middle of surgery, worst of all I thought "what if I end up looking worst than before?". Anyways I arrived in Bangkok during that Red shirt, Yellow shirt protest. At the time the King has declared that the whole country be put on a curfew so basically if you are found outside after 8pm I think, "they" will shoot you :shock:

Believe it or not I was not scared of that whole situation with the protester and government, I was more concern with my surgery going wrong. Well I arrived at 11pm so I had to wait until morning to catch the Airport Express to the Rail Train Station. The cost is 150bht alot cheaper than a taxi. You can take it to Khaosan Rd and other main places as well just go check the schedule if you arrive by Air.

Hat Yai is a very small town, no crimes (not that I know off) friendly people, cheap shopping place especially at the Weekend Market Place.
I bought clothes for 100-200bht. You don't need to pack much with you, everything can be purchased for cheap. I spent alot of time in the mall because I go use the internet plus it's AC :D

I had surgery done with Dr Nara, very nice, patient, professional man. I had liposuction done I was told to watch what I eat and to diet. When your in Thailand and the food is cheap and delicious it's hard to say No to your stomach and taste buds. I wanted to try everything and I mean everything. Liposuction makes you swollen. But after 3 months you see the actual result. Its now 2012 and am headed back to Hat Yai for Surgery again. I put on weight and it went to other places like when I use to gain weight it went to my lower body now when I gain weight I gain it in my upper body like my arms are fat, my face as well and my breasts (that I like) 8-)

If you want something extreme don't go to Dr Nara, he likes that 'natural' look. He suck alot of fat out but I wished he sucked out more. Dr. Putt does Liposuction but its the old way and you spend a night in the hospital, I was told by somebody who had their breast done by Dr. Putt and she said he did a very good job. I was also told Dr. Prinya liposuction skills is good, he takes alot of fat out (that I like). I was told Dr. Chi did a good job on Tummy Tuck, Breast Augmentation and skillful in the face.

Don't get surgery done based on what you read or heard. Use that information and go meet the Dr. and talk with the Dr. If he rushes you in the consultation room, chances are he might rush in the surgery room. When I met with Dr Nara, I spoke with the patients in the waiting room, and looked at some of the treatments that he did (he has a book in his office with pictures of his patients) and i spoke with his nurses as well. In my point of view if everybody I meet is nice to me and addresses some of my concerns chances are if something is to happen I will know they will be kind enough to help me and are concern with my well being.

There is 4 doctors in Hat Yai that I know of, I have heard good and bad things about each I don't based my choice on that, I believe not everybody is perfect, doctors are human and they may make one or two mistakes, I have not heard of these 4 doctors making that same mistake twice.

I am planning my trip and surgery and hoping to get it done by July. Am planning on staying there long so I can recover safely in case of any complications. I want to get liposuction and breast augmentation am considering Dr. Prinya because I can have both procedures done with the same doctor. I think Dr. Nara and Dr. Chi does Saline only. I forget which doctor ran out of Silicone, but am hoping to get Silicone because it has a much more natural feel. I would consider Dr Putt but he doesn't do the tumescent liposuction. Am really considering Dr. Prinya but not many people went to him or talked about him on the forum. I want to know that Dr Prinya is experienced because that is my first priority when choosing a doctor.

If anybody has experience with him please post. I will post some more information on this thread up until my surgery and after post op.

Thanks in advance :)

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PLASTIC SURGERY IN HATYAI INFO

Postby krispy » Thu, 26 Apr 2012 2:38 am

In case you need the information of the Doctors in Hat Yai and can't find the information on the thread, here it is:


DR. NARA:
112 Thamanoonvithi Rd, next to Indra Hotel, Hatyai
Email: dnara112@yahoo.com ~ nara@dr-nara.com
Website: http://www.dr-nara.com/
mon-fri 10-8pm ~ sat 9-4pm ~ sun 9-12pm

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DR PUTTISAK PUTTAWIBUL:
Email: putpnu@hotmail.com Tel: 0894671055
Klai-More Polyclinic, 200/1-2 Nipat Utid Road 2 Opposite Kosit Hotel

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PHI BEAUTY CLINIC - DR. CHI:
Address: 109 Suphasarnrangsan Road
Email: Tchirayut@yahoo.co.th
Monday to Friday: 5pm to 7pm ~ Saturday: 9am to 2pm ~ Sunday: 9am to noon

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DR. PRINYA SOONTRAPORN M.D., FRCST
LASER SKIN PROCEDURES and COSMETIC SURGERY
Email: contactdrprinya@gmail.com
270-272 Supasarnrungsun Road, Hatyai, Songkhla, Thailand 90110
Tel. (+66) 74 238 803 (+66) 8 7475 7788

Opening Hours : Mon. - Fri 9:00 - 13:00 and 16:30 - 20:00
Sat. 9:00 - 16:00
Sun. 9:00 - 13.00

Direction: Opposite to Kiss Channel and right next to Suzuki Showroom, Hatyai. If you start from Lee Garden Plaza, you just keep going all the way to the right until you see 2 roads and a canal at the end, you will see a big Suzuki sign on top and Kiss Channel is opposite to Suzuki showroom and our clinic.

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If anybody knows anymore Plastic Surgery Doctors in Hat Yai, please post here.

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Car Bombings in Hat Yai

Postby krispy » Thu, 26 Apr 2012 2:55 am

Hi it just came to my attention and this is disturbing news to me, there has been numerous car bombings and it happened right by where I use to eat at when I was in Hat Yai in 2010. :cry:

April 01, 2012:

According to a report on the BBC news site:

"Thai officials said another explosion on Saturday - at a hotel in the city of Hat Yai, Songkhla province - was due to a gas leak and unrelated to the attacks, the Associated Press news agency reported."
Three deadly explosions hit Yala in southern Thailand
One car found in Lee Gardens Plaza carpark had sustained very heavy damage, suggesting that explosives had been planted inside. Several cars in the carpark were damaged badly.


Lee Gardens Plaza is at the very heart of the tourist centre and because of its size and importance it would be a target. The busiest time - when insurgents would cause maximum disruption - is Saturday afternoon.
Lee Gardens and other department stores and supermarkets check cars entering their carparks. However, there is always a way through for people with bad intentions.

For tourists with trips planned to Hat Yai in the near future this will have an affect, but at the moment I'm not sure what the implications are.
McDonalds will be closed for a long time. I would expect that most other businesses in Lee Gardens will also be closed for a while until damage assessment and rebuilding has been carried out.

Hat Yai's economy relies heavily on tourists from Malaysia and Singapore. Plans had just been made to extend the Songkran holiday in order to attract more tourists. Yesterday's events will not help tourism and based on past problems, it will take a long time to restore confidence.

The chairman of the Songkhla Tourism Business Council says that 60% of hotel rooms have been cancelled. He is optimistic that it will take less than three months to restore confidence.

In my opinion if you are headed down there for Plastic Surgery, you should find a hotel that is 5-10mins walk from Lees Garden, just in case someone decides to do it again (you never know) and they will target the popular place. I will post some hotels as a recommendation if anyone is interested.

Good luck and stay safe :-|

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ACCOMODATION

Postby krispy » Thu, 26 Apr 2012 2:02 pm

I came up with a list of places some of you can stay at if you are unsure where to go when you are in Hat Yai. You can get better discounts by going to Konsortium travel agency just next door to Lee's Garden:

Lee Gardens Plaza Hotel
Address: 29 Prachathipat Road, Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110
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Telephone: +66 (0)74 261111
Web Site: www.leeplaza.com
E-mail: reservation@leeplaza.com
Rate: Superior (Double/Twin) Bt1,149, Junior Suite Bt1,390, Superior Suite Bt2,290, Extra Bed Bt490 - rates include breakfast.

"There is a good size outdoor swimming pool located high up which is available free to hotel guests and a gym which guests can pay to use. One slightly annoying thing about the hotel is that it is necessary to take multiple lifts to get up and down between ground level and the guest room floors. Security is quite good, requiring room cards to get access to the hotel corridors."

Lee Gardens Hotel
Address: 1 Lee Pattana Road, Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110
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Telephone: +66 (0)74 234422
Rate: Small rooms Bt600, larger rooms Bt700

"Not to be confused with Lee Gardens Plaza Hotel. For less than Bt1,000 you get an average room in a mid-range hotel that has a bar and a restaurant."

Be My Guest
Address: 75 Sanehanusorn Road, Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110
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Telephone: +66 (0)74 239231-2 ext. 100
Mobile: +66 (0)89 658 9990, +66 0(89) 197 8811
E-mail: morn008@yahoo.com
Rate: Bt520

"This smallish guest house is an easy walk from Lee Gardens Plaza and everything else in the downtown area. It's fairly new, clean, comfortable, convenient and represents good value for the location."

Hat Yai Merlin Hotel
Address: 2 Chaiyakul Uthit 1 Road, Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110
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Telephone: +66 (0)74 230030-38
Mobile: +66 (0)86 299 1600
Rate: Bt450

"The hotel is quite large with about 100 rooms, and it isn't expensive. Its close to Dr Chi's clinic."

Metro Hotel
Address: 86 Niphat Uthit 2 Road, Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110
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Telephone: +66 (0)74 230088-91
Fax: +66 (0)74 237836, +66 (0)74 351715
Rate: Bt360

"Positive things is that it is located very centrally amidst a busy market area of Hat Yai. Oh, and the room rates are cheap. Apart from that, it is looks gloomy."

New Season Hotel
Address: 106 Prachathipat Road, Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110
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Telephone: +66 (0)74 352888
E-mail: newseason_hotel@yahoo.com
Rate: Deluxe Bt450, Junior Suite Bt2,550

"The location is fairly good, just a few minutes walk away from Lee Gardens Plaza. Wi-Fi in all rooms."

Wungnoy Hotel
Address: 114/1 Seang Chan Road, Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110
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Telephone: +66 (0)74 353441-3, +66 (0)74 236010, +66 (0)74 243384
Web Site: www.wungnoyhotel.com
Rate: Bt600 single, Bt700 double, Bt850 one single plus one double bed

"The location is fine, just a few minutes stroll to the centre of town and near to busy Suphasarnrangsan Road where there are lots of places to eat. The rooms have new furnishings, new bathrooms, new air-conditioners and new flat screen TVs. It looks good. Free Wifi."

VC Apartment
Address: 96/1 Prachathipat Road, Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110
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Telephone: +66 (0)74 262349, +66 (0)74 261569
Rate: Bt500 per night

"The location is almost next door to the New Season hotel and therefore very convenient for Lee Gardens and all the other shops and restaurants in central Hat Yai. It offers a clean, quiet, wi-fi enabled room with a working hot/cold shower although the pressure is a bit mild. The bed is soft and 2 towels, 2 bars of soap, a small bottle of shampoo and a blanket is provided including 2 bottles of mineral drinking water. There is no fridge but a 7-Eleven is just a few metres away."

Yongdee Hotel
Address: 99 Niphat Uthit 3 Road, Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110
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Telephone: +66 (0)74 234350-7
Rate: Single rooms Bt550, Double rooms Bt650

"Quite a big hotel (over 100 rooms) very centrally located next to the Siam Commercial Bank and bustling Suntisuk market with all its cheap electronics and pirated music, computer games and software. There is an authorised money changer in the lobby."

Sakol Hotel
Address: 47-48 Sanehanusorn Road, Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110
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Telephone: +66 (0)74 355500-3
Rate: Bt680

'Small but nice, clean-looking hotel centrally located close to Lee Gardens. There are over 100 double and twin rooms which come with A/C, satellite TV, hot water in the bathrooms, a kettle, hairdryer, refrigerator and mini-bar. The hotel has 24 hour security."

Green View Hotel
Address: 85/4 Saeng Sri Road, Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110
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Telephone: +66 (0)74 234110-12, +66 (0)74 223905-6
Mobile: +66 (0)83 195 9909
Rate: Bt600 (normal room), Bt800 (suite)

"The Green View is a standard mid-price range Hat Yai hotel located away from the central tourist district. However, the walk into town only takes about 10 minutes. Alternatively, you can hail a tuk-tuk or motorbike taxi. The cost should be Bt20 unless the driver tries to overcharge you, as they sometimes do with foreigners. You will often find motorbike taxis waiting just outside the hotel.

The hotel is very near to all the food vendors on Suphasarnrangsan Road so in the evening there are lots of eating options nearby without having to go into the town centre.

You do pay 200 baht as a deposit for the key to the room but refundable upon checking out. The hotel is situated on Sangsree Road yet even though the windows are not soundproofed but it wasn't at all loud during the night and as the bed was very comfortable, I had a good night sleep on the whole. The room itself was not new but very clean, you get 74 channels including TV 3 from Malaysia. 2 bottles of mineral water are provided and the bathroom itself has workable hot/cold standing shower facilities. If you need a flask for hot water, you can obtain them from the lobby. The hotel has free wifi with good signals throughout the whole of the place and they have 2 broadband modems on each floor."

Kosit Hotel
Address: Niphat Uthit 2 Road, Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110
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Telephone: +66 (0)74 234366
Web Site: www.kosithotel.com
E-mail: kosithotel@anet.net.th
Rate: Bt690

"This place looks ancient. The hotel business cards claim that all rooms have been renovated with new furniture, carpets, 20" TVs, and refrigerators. This hotel has big room and is clean, staff well. If you want to grand plaza, walk only 10 minute. Around kosit got many restaurant."

Hat Yai Central Hotel
Address: 180-181 Niphat Uthit 3 Road, Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110
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Telephone: +66 (0)74 230000
Rate: Bt685

"This is a typical Hat Yai hotel geared towards the weekly Malaysian tourist trade. It's near the centre of town, not too expensive and has what Malaysians want when they come to Hat Yai, including a snooker hall. It is a large hotel with 250 rooms, each room is equipped with air-conditioner and color TV."

President Hotel
Address: 420 Petchkasem Road, Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110
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Telephone: +66 (0)74 349500-6, +66 (0)74 244477
Rate: Bt600

"The President Hotel is a fair distance from the centre of town located adjacent to the fountain on Phetkasem Road. There is abundant and frequent public transport along Phetkasem. Lots of food stalls selling halal food just around the hotel and the busy market is actually alive 24 hours a day. You can catch 20bht songteow to the airport from here or hop on the 10 baht rides to Carrefour or Tesco Lotus.... cheap."

Siam Centre Hotel
Address: 25-35 Niphat Uthit 2 Road, Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110
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Telephone: +66 (0)74 353111
Rate: Bt855 per night

"Conveniently located for the centre of town."

Tune Hotel - Hat Yai
Address: 152-156 Niphat Uthit 2 Road, Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110
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Telephone: +66 (0)74 261011
Website: http://www.tunehotels.com
Rate: pricing changes Bt500-Bt1500

"Just walk around 5 to 10 minute to Lee Garden Plaza. There are two room styles and no set room prices. Room prices depend on availability and when you booked. It's best to book on-line as early as possible for the best rates."

Asian Hotel
Address: 55 Niphat Uthit Road, Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110
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Web Site: www.asianhotel-hatyai.com
E-mail: ashtl@hadyai.loxinfo.co.th
Rate: Bt880 upwards including breakfast for two people

"It's located opposite the Diamond Plaza hotel, close to Gim Yong market and Lee Gardens."

V.L. Hotel
Address: 1-3-5-7 Niphat Uthit 1 Road, Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110
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Telephone: +66 (0)74 223660-3, +66 (0)74 352201-4
Web Site: www.vlhatyaihotel.com
E-mail: info@vlhatyaihotel.com
Rate: Bt840 normally, but cheaper if there is a promotion price

"A good size hotel (104 rooms) located 10 minutes walk away from Lee Gardens Plaza and the centre of town."

Golden Crown Hotel
Address: 12/8 Pracharak Road, Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110
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Telephone: +66 (0)74 246777
Rate: Standard rooms Bt780, Deluxe rooms Bt1,280

"Near to Lee Gardens, but not entirely there, it is still a good deal with free Wifi. Breakfast is also included."

Golden Crown Plaza Hotel
Address: 42-44 Niphat Uthit 3 Road, Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110
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Telephone: +66 (0)74 262909-15
Rate: Standard rooms Bt850, Suites Bt1,500

"The Golden Crown Plaza has 210 comfortable, well-appointed rooms with TVs, refrigerators and Wi-Fi Internet connections."

Grand Plaza Hotel
Address: 24/1 Sanehanusorn Road, Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110
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Telephone: +66 (0)74 234340-8, +66 (0)74 230045-9
Fax: +66 (0)74 230050
Massage: +66 (0)74 351722
Web Site: www.diamondplazahotels.com
E-mail: management@diamondplazahotels.com
Rate: Bt780

"If you want to be in the middle of whatever action there is in Hat Yai, the location is good."

Mayflower Grande Hotel
Address: 150 Sangchan Road, Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110
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Telephone: +66 (0)74 234888, +66 (0)74 230120
E-mail: mayflowergrande@hotmail.com
Rate: Standard (Double/Twin) Bt990, Suite Bt1,980 - no breakfast included.

"The rooms are pleasant, clean and tastefully decorated. The hotel is very well located for the central Lee Gardens area of Hat Yai."

Diamond Plaza Hotel
Address: 62 Niphat Uthit 3 Road, Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110
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Telephone: +66 (0)74 230130-41, +66 (0)74 353140-9
Web Site: www.diamondplazahotels.com
E-mail: management@diamondplazahotels.com
Rate: Bt990

"Wi-Fi signal in lobby but not in rooms. Close to the centre of town."

Sakura Grand View Hotel
Address: 186 Niphat Uthit 3 Road, Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110
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Telephone: +66 (0)74 355700
Rate: Standard rooms (one large bed or two singles) Bt990, Suites (with a living room as well as a bedroom) Bt2,940. Extra beds are available for Bt300.

"Located close to the Hat Yai Central Hotel but a bit more upmarket. "

BP Grand Suite
Address: 75/1 Sanehanusorn Road, Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110
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Telephone: +66 (0)74 223999, +66 (0)74 355155
E-mail: bpsuite@yahoo.com
Rate: Bt1,400 including breakfast for two people

"The rates are quite high for Hat Yai but every room is a suite, either a junior or a grand suite, so the standard of accommodation is higher than the average Hat Yai hotel room. Staff very friendly. room very clean, bath/shower has huge tub, location at town just walk to Lee Garden Plaza only 5 minute."

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Hatyai Accomodation

Postby krispy » Thu, 26 Apr 2012 2:08 pm

I hope this list has helped you and makes it easier for you to choose your accomodation.
If you looking for clean, affordable and new furnishing stay at Wungnoy Hotel.
If you want to save money but want something cheaper I can post some places that are for backpackers under Bt500, ranging from Bt160-Bt300.
The list you see there are from comments I have read and believe its worth the value for its money.
There are many more I left out because of bad reviews.

If you have any good or bad experience at ANY hotels/guesthouse in HATYAI plz post.
I would appreciate any contributions :D

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Blast Victims treated in 3 hospitals

Postby krispy » Fri, 27 Apr 2012 1:45 pm

Ten Malaysians injured during a bomb blast at Lee Gardens Hotel in Hat Yai, Thailand on Saturday are being treated for their wounds.

Read more: Blast victims treated in 3 hospitals - Top News - New Straits Times http://www.nst.com.my/top-news/blast-vi ... z1tDSBwawf

The following are a list of incidents tweeted by @Rawangpai:

(1) 3rd May 2004: Bomb exploded at Hat Yai Airport
(2) 16th September 2006: Bombs exploded at 5 locations around Hat Yai killing 4 including a Canadian
(3) 27th May 2007: Series of bombs at 7 locations around Hat Yai
(4) 2nd August 2008: Two bombs exploded in Hat Yai
(5) 31st March 2012: Possible car bomb at Lee Garden Hotel causing at least 4 deaths (TBC)

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On the afternoon of Saturday 31st March 2012, there was an explosion in the basement parking lot of Lee Garden Plaza in Hat Yai.
Initial reports said that it was caused by a gas explosion in a restaurant.
But, the latest news is that it was caused by a car bomb.

"Violence in the three southernmost provinces has become routine," says Davis, "but an attack at the heart of Hat Yai's tourist district on a Saturday afternoon was obviously intended to seize national and international attention and make a very brutal point: this is not 'business as usual'."


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THIS IS WHAT IT USE TO LOOK LIKE WHEN I WAS THERE IN 2010

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I DON'T MEAN TO SCARE ANYONE WITH THIS INFORMATION AND I KNOW AM OFF TOPIC BECAUSE THIS IS SUPPOSE TO BE ABOUT DR. PRINYA IN HATYAI
BUT I DECIDED TO POST RANDOM STUFF FOR THOSE PEOPLE WHO ARE CURIOUS AND FOR MYSELF TO LOOK BACK ON
WHEN I DO NEED THE DOCTORS INFO OR A PLACE TO STAY OR THE CONDITIONS AND STATE HATYAI IS IN RIGHT NOW.

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Postby krispy » Fri, 27 Apr 2012 2:02 pm

If you have questions feel free to post it here or PM me.
Am NO expert but I was in HATYAI in 2010 and I did stay in BANGKOK, than traveled up to CHANGMAI, than entered LOAS stay a few days
and entered CAMBODIA from there visited PHNOM PENH a couple days and back to BANGKOK.
I wanted to have a good vacation, take pics and show people that I was a Tourist and NOT in Thailand for surgery :lol:

No one suspected a thing because I didn't mention having surgery, I had Lipo done and just said I trim down due to all that walking in the heat. 8-)

I love to travel.... Am planning another "Tourist Trip" sometime this year 2012.
Hopefully when it starts getting REAL hot in Thailand, the "Bad" people who cause problems for others
will be to hot, sweaty and lazy (due to heat) to try and plot something crazy. :-|

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Postby mandeline Yap » Fri, 27 Apr 2012 2:25 pm

krispy wrote:If you have questions feel free to post it here or PM me.
Am NO expert but I was in HATYAI in 2010 and I did stay in BANGKOK, than traveled up to CHANGMAI, than entered LOAS stay a few days
and entered CAMBODIA from there visited PHNOM PENH a couple days and back to BANGKOK.
I wanted to have a good vacation, take pics and show people that I was a Tourist and NOT in Thailand for surgery :lol:

No one suspected a thing because I didn't mention having surgery, I had Lipo done and just said I trim down due to all that walking in the heat. 8-)

I love to travel.... Am planning another "Tourist Trip" sometime this year 2012.
Hopefully when it starts getting REAL hot in Thailand, the "Bad" people who cause problems for others
will be to hot, sweaty and lazy (due to heat) to try and plot something crazy. :-|


Krispy,

You really provide a lot of information and this will really help those who wanted to visit Hatyai for PS. BTW, I had pm you. Can you please reply to my PM? Thanks!!
Myap

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Postby krispy » Fri, 27 Apr 2012 3:16 pm

Krispy,

You really provide a lot of information and this will really help those who wanted to visit Hatyai for PS. BTW, I had pm you. Can you please reply to my PM? Thanks!!


Check your PM. And all this is information I have that I had saved for the past few years, I hope this will help whoever needs it and it will save them time when they do decide to have their surgery and come to HatYai.

Am going to post info about doctors in Bangkok as well, I have contacted so many. When I made my trip to Thailand I made a Diary and I wrote down EVERYTHING!

From how much money I had exchange to drinks, food I bought to how much I spent on things.... even wrote down when I use the bathroom how much I paid LOL I thought its funny you have to pay money to use the toilet.

Thailand is a foreign country to me so if there is issues like if I get sick or something unexpected happen I can trace back to the last thing I ate or did. Or if something bad happens (knock on wood) like I died, my Diary will tell the Authority where I went, who I made contact with... exactly what I did basically step by step to the minute.

I took so much pics as well. Crazy? No! Just don't want to be "Jane Doe" and I like to look back on my past experience. My life is a pretty good story book. :wink:

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BANGKOK PLASTIC SURGERY

Postby krispy » Sun, 29 Apr 2012 7:30 am

BANGKOK PLASTIC SURGERY
This is a list of some of the Cosmetic Surgery clinic in BANGKOK. If you know of any please contribute. I will be listing more :)

Please check out the website and/or contact directly and inquire with your questions. Don't ask me, I know just what is listed on the website.


TOKAI CLINIC (THAILAND COSMETIC SURGERY)
DR. PACHARAPONG PATRASINSUNTORN (DR. PAT)
2381 soi Sukhumvit 97 Sukhumvit Rd., Bangchak Prakhanong Bangkok Thailand 10260
Tel: 662-3310161-4
Email: info@tokaiclinic.com
Email: doctor.pat@tokaicosmetic.com
Website: http://www.tokaiclinic.com
Website: http://www.tokaicosmetic.com
Website: http://www.jujinclinic.com
Office hours: 9:30am – 7:00pm Mon – Sun

Breast Augmentation (MAMMOPLASTY) US$2,000
UPPER EYE LID US$800
LOWER EYE LID US$800
RHINOPLASTY- Augmentation- Implants US$600
RHINOPLASTY- Reduction US$800
LIPOSUCTION (Per Area, 2 sides) US$1,000
CHIN AUGMENTATION US$800
EAR PINNA, Bat Ear US$800
DIMPLES (Cheek) / Site US$400

PRICELISTS
http://www.tokaiclinic.com/clinic/pricelist.asp

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NARAVEE AESTHETIC CENTER - DR. RONACHAI KOMTHONG
16 Soi Udomsuk 30, Sukhumvit 103, Bangna, Bangkok, Thailand
Tel: +668-4499-4470
Email: info@naraveesurgery.com
Website: http://www.naraveesurgery.com

PICHET PLASTIC SURGERY CENTER - DR PICHET RODCHAREON
422-426/1 Indramara Soi 20 Soothisarn road, Dindaeng district, Bangkok 10400
Tel: +668-1933-1010 (local contact 08-1933-1010) +662-690-8000
E-mail: pichet@bangkokplasticsurgery.com
Website: http://www.bangkokplasticsurgery.com

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DR. V COSMETIC SURGICAL REJUVENATION
243 Rat-U-Thit Songroi Pi Road, Patong Beach, Kathu, Phuket 83150 Thailand
Tel: +66 (0)76 292 931
Email : info@drvcosmetic.com
Website: http://www.drvcosmetic.com

PRICE LIST
http://www.drvcosmetic.com/price-list.htm#

MTF SURGERY CENTER
Tel: +66 2559 0155
Email: info@mtfsurgery.com
Website: http://www.mtfsurgery.com

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Upper eye lid surgery 25,000
Lower eye lid surgery 25,000
Cheek bone augmentation 100,000 - 150,000
Rhinoplasty augmentation 20,000 - 45,000
Rhinoplasty correction 100,000 - 200,000
Alarplasty 15,000
Chin augmentation 30,000

VEJTHANI INTERNATIONAL HOSPITAL
1 Ladprao Road 111, Klong-Chan, Bangkapi,Bangkok,Thailand 10240
Tel: +66(0)2-7340000
Email: int_mkt@vejthani.com
Website: http://www.vejthani.com

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CHETTAWUT PLASTIC SURGERY CENTER - DR. CHETTAWUT
1529/4 Onnut 31 Sukhumvit 77 Bangkok, Thailand 10250
Tel: (668) 3133-5836
Email: cset@truemail.co.th
Email: info@chet-plasticsurgery.com

LOUIS PLASTIC SURGERY CLINIC
235/5-6. Thai CC Tower Road side. The Weather Station.
South Sathorn Rd. , Sathorn, Bangkok 10120
Tel: 02 675 8081, 02 675 8082
Hours: Monday-Friday 11:00-19:00 Saturday 11:00-19:00
E-Mail: Louisplastic@yahoo.com
Website: http://www.2plastic.com

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BANGKOK PLASTIC SURGERY 2

Postby krispy » Sun, 29 Apr 2012 10:56 am

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YOSKARN COSMETIC CLINIC - DR. SOMYAS KUNACHAK
53-55 Rachadamri Rd., Patumwan, Bangkok 10330 THAILAND
Tel: (662) 253-8901 (662) 254-7679
Email: info@laser-surgery-bangkok.com
Email: yoskarn@laser-surgery-bangkok.com
Website: http://www.laser-surgery-bangkok.com
Website: http://www.yoskarn.co.th

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YANHEE HOSPITAL SURGERY
454. Road, Sathorn Road, Bang Phlat, Bangkok 10700
Tel: +66 2 879 0300
Email: info@yanhee.net
Website: http://www.yanhee.net

PRICE LIST:
Augmentation Rhinoplasty - 20,000 THB
Nose Reshaping - 65,000 THB
Upper Blepharoplasty - 18,000 THB
Lower Blepharoplasty - 18,000THB
Cheek Implants - 45,000 THB
Chin ImplanT - 33,000 THB
Liposuction Tumescent - 50,000 THB per site
Liposuction Vaser - 66,000-74,000 THB per site
Breast Implants - 95,000 THB

SP CLINIC - DR. SOMPOB SANSIRI
1519/69-70 Ladproud 41/1 Samsennog Huaykuang Bangkok 10310, Thailand
Tel: +6681 9151030
Email: spsansiri@yahoo.com
Email: drsompob@sp-cosmeticsurgery.net
Skype : drsansiri

PRICE LIST:
Breast Enlargement, Augmentation $2500USD
Ear Surgery, Otoplasty $600USD
Double Eye-lids $500USD
Upper Eye-lids, Blephaloplasty $500USD
Lower Eye-lids, Blephaloplasty $500USD
Nose Surgery:
Silicone Implant, Augmentation $500USD
Ala Reduction, Alaplasty $500USD
Hump Correction $2800USD
Nose Reshaping or Reconstruction $1500USD
Cheek Dimple $600USD
Tummy Tuck $2800USD

THE PHUKET AESTHETIC CENTER
Bangkok Hospital Phuket: 2/1 Hongyok Utis Road, Muang District, Phuket, 83000, Thailand.
Phone: +66 (0) 7625 4425
Email: info@phukethospital.com
Website: http://www.PhuketAesthetic.com

BUMRUNGRAD INTERNATIONAL HOSPITAL
33 Sukhumvit 3 (Soi Nana Nua), Wattana, Bangkok, 10110 Thailand
Tel: +662 667 1000
E-mail: info@bumrungrad.com
Website: http://www.bumrungrad.com

DR. AMORN POOMEE
Office Location: Bumrungrad Hospital, Plastic Surgery Center
Cosmetic Surgery
Sukhumvit Soi 1
Tel: 02-667-1521 or 02-667-1000 or 089-065-0737
Email: apoomee@hotmail.com
Website: http://www.drpoomee.com
For Consultation: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 1.00 p.m. to 4.00 p.m.

Specialties:
Facelift, Eyelid surgery, Nose surgery, Facial implants.
Breast enlargement, Breast lift, Breast reduction.
Cosmetic surgery for men
Tumescent liposuction, Abdominoplasty and body contouring.

PRICE LIST:
http://www.drpoomee.com/home/price-list

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Postby krispy » Sun, 29 Apr 2012 11:59 am

So on another note, I was reading this Forum on Thai Visa http://www.thaivisa.com.

This was the conversation:

Hi there, thanks for the reponse. I am trying to find out as much as I can but there is little to go on. I have also used singaporexpats forum but there are not alot of people who have experience with Dr Kunachak compared to for example as Dr Nara. I thought this would be the best place to ask


and the reply was:

Please do not take any offense to this but thats because most people on singaporeexpats are cheap they stay with low budge docs like Nara, Tokai pat, or even cheapest Hatyai. I mean come on, they want to go on a bus to Hatyai and get their liposuction done for like $400 jeeeez.


Umm yeah... :o I am one of "those" people who use Singapreexpats and I for one am NOT Cheap.
I just can't afford to pay high prices for the exact same surgery a doctor in HatYai can do.

Just becuz you pay more does not mean you are getting a better doctor. Your basically paying the "EXTRAS" for the Post-op care and the After-care.
If you compare the doctors in Thailand to the doctors in America. Every doctor in Thailand would be considered "Low Budget".

I don't think ANY doctor in Hat Yai is "low budget". They can afford to charge surgery at a lower price because they do their surgery in the clinic and the cost of equipment, office space is cheap because of the area they are performing surgery in.

Look at Dr Chi for example, when he is in Hat Yai his prices are similar to the doctors in Hat Yai. But if you go see him when he is working in Phuket, his prices are Phuket's rate. It has nothing to do with him being a low budget doctor.

For 1 liposuction in Bangkok, I had 3 Liposuction in Hat Yai.
It doesn't make me cheap, am just smart with my money ;)

So if you decide to have your surgery done in Hat Yai, expect the best surgery just don't expect the best after-care.

Go out and buy your own garments, ointment and bring a friend to care for you. The money your paying for surgery in Bangkok probably covers the cost of them renovating the place to look nice for appearances purpose or hire a bunch of useless nurses.

Remember "DONT JUDGE A BOOK BY IT's COVER".

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Postby krispy » Sun, 29 Apr 2012 12:14 pm

Oh and I forgot to add... I didn't take a BUS, I took a PLANE than hop on a TRAIN from Bangkok to Hat Yai :P

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Postby aadvark » Mon, 30 Apr 2012 5:12 am

krispy wrote:Oh and I forgot to add... I didn't take a BUS, I took a PLANE than hop on a TRAIN from Bangkok to Hat Yai :P


Hi krispy, you know there are direct flights to hatyai right?
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Postby laalaalaaa » Tue, 01 May 2012 8:45 pm

Hi Krispy thanks for all the info you have provided. Appreciate this alot :) I'm new here, and I'm thinking of getting double eye lid, rhinoplasty and maybe alarplasty with Nara later this year but still a little fickle minded to whether if I should get rhinoplasty. Had read about the doctors in Hatyai on the other forum and some were quite happy after their surgeries but wondering how they are all doing now after so many years..


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