Hat Yai Lee Gardens Plaza Hotel explosion

Deadly Hat Yai fire ‘sabotage’ – Bangkok Post, March 31, 2012

Hat Yai hotel fire kills 5 – Bangkok Post, March 31, 2012

Hat Yai hotel fire kills 3 – Bangkok Post, March 31, 2012

Via Veena T: Hat Yai Mayor quoted by @Rawangpai Channel, the incident at Lee Garden Hotel is not a bomb but an explosion of gas pipeline.

At least two killed in Hat Yai hotel fire – The Nation, March 31, 2012

Bomb rocks Hat Yai hotel, over 200 people trapped – The Nation, March 31, 2012

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One Response to Hat Yai Lee Gardens Plaza Hotel explosion

  1. MichelinMan says:

    Lee Gardens & Central (opposite) have never owned up to how many people have died in their basement car parks and lift systems in Hat-Yai’s all-too-numerous floods. Doubtless, the LG management will also be too heavily buried up their own backsides to admit either a terrorist act (security, what security?) or negligence in their own property management (a concept not really yet invented here). Both the LG and Central basement car-parks (like all the others here) are slummy, dirty deathtraps.
    There is no-way the LG is a 5-star hotel, as reported some places. They may be mixing it up with the Centara, opposite. But on the basis that a hotel is as good as its worst part, the basement of both the LG and Centara should be enough to render them both as only * or **-star.

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