Ambassador Hotel

Address: 23 Sripadungvithee Rd., Hat Yai, 90110, Thailand | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 23 Sripadungvithee Rd., Hat Yai, is near Sukhothai Historical Park, Si Satchanalai Historical Park, Khao Sam Roi Yod National Park, and Phra Nakhon Khiri.
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Travel Blogs from Hat Yai

Back to The Basics

A travel blog entry by shampoo777 on Feb 26, 2014

... slices we carried them up the side of this steep slope almosting eating it every time a plank slide from one hand to the other on the fire line. Inside the planks were grubs that were fat juicy and to anyone in Papua, they would have been prime dinner skewers. The life is festering everywhere and every day a new animal once camouflaged by my freshman eyes appears to my heightened self. A color changing lizard that shift between orange, ...

What I had been looking for

A travel blog entry by kokyuho on Feb 20, 2013

3 comments, 6 photos

... road felt bumpier under the wheels. Electricity cables aligned, messy, at the sides of the road. Boards with indecipherable letters crowded all around. Trucks, motorbikes, cars, slalomed in the road as if everybody was running away from the end of the world. No doubt about it, I was in Thailand! A typical shivering ran through my body, like electricity.

Not far from the border I could admire the first of the many 'classic Thailand': a giant Buddha ...

Kopunkraaa Thailand..

A travel blog entry by billiejago on Feb 19, 2013

8 photos

... whole street decides to get involved and it turned into a 10 minute debate about where I was heading! It was hilarious, people came out of shops, hairdressers, street vendors- and they sent me to the local post office- where they proceeded to do the same thing. It really was funny, until the driver decides to double his price, I say no, and he takes me back to square one. I walked on a while and found another Tuk Tuk, who turned out to be a reliable and safe guy. ...

Chiang Mai to Koh Tao

A travel blog entry by mattrw on Jan 18, 2013

... hand gestures and help from local tuk-tuk drivers were required to explain where we wanted to go, but everyone was generally very helpful, despite seemingly bemused by foreigners choosing to travel this way. We were dropped off a fair distance from the ferry port, so had to get a map from a local hotel, but eventually found our way to the port. A street market dinner of mystery meats later, and we were boating our way ...

Hello Thailand!

A travel blog entry by jinx44 on Oct 21, 2012

1 comment, 3 photos

... seeing. For dinner that night we tried out a street vendor and it proved to be delicious (and very inexpensive!). We walked around the streets but didn’t buy anything. It was then back to the hotel for the next day’s voyage.

Waking up later than expected and rushing to check out, we caught our first tuk tuk outside the hotel. These are not the commonly reffered to tuk tuks that one might picture as a carriage behind a bicycle. ...

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