Asian Hotel

Address: 55 Niphat Uthit 3 Rd., Songkhla, 90110, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 55 Niphat Uthit 3 Rd., Songkhla.
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      Thailand: Songkhla

      A travel blog entry by daveandjenna on Jul 16, 2013

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      ... Mermaid, one of Songkhla's most famous features. Constructed in 1966 by artist Jitr Buabus, the statue depicts a mermaid wringing out her hair, and is a tribute to Mae Thorani (the Hindu-Buddhist earth goddess). She is said to bring people luck upon caressing her breasts. Not wanting to miss out on a bit of luck, we joined the line of Thais and followed their example. Further up the beach are two more statues of a cat and a mouse. They are appropriately placed in front ...

      Holiday makers, but no Western tourists

      A travel blog entry by tiggerbird on Jun 22, 2013

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      ... to visit in Songkhla has to be the National Museum. It's a bit pricey at 150 baht per person but the exhibits are very informative and the building itself is a stunning example of Chinese architectural style dating back to 1878.

      Out of town is the island of Koh Yo, accessible by road or ferry and the Khao Nam Khan communist tunnels, both of which are on the list to visit when we hopefully return to Hat Yai.


      Membership has its Privileges!

      A travel blog entry by bbordignon on Mar 13, 2013

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      ... sterling silverware and fine china plates, we were treated to a noodle dish, juice and coffee, and an assortment of sweets. This was an unexpected surprise. For me, a close second was the private zoo. Impressive and sad at the same time, it is a true symbol of wealth and prestige. I also happened to get a glimpse into the private garage where I saw at least six old cars, consisting of mainly of Mercedes marque, and at least one Alfa ...

      Visa Running.

      A travel blog entry by philandley on Jun 28, 2012

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      We woke at 6am, a time when most people in Koh Phangan are just going to sleep, to catch our boat. We had bought a combined boat/bus ticket to take us down to the town of Hat Yai by the Thai/Malaysian boarder (10 each - 500thb). We had looked into doing the journey by public transport rather than through a privately operated company but the saving would have been about 1 each and would have given ourselves a load more hassle. We took the easier option. Our boat took 2 and one ...

      Attack on Peanut Mountain

      A travel blog entry by martinandkate on Sep 29, 2011

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      ... little over 5pound (as that is all we had left), I enjoyed a couple of beers and we utilised the free wi-fi to its full extent doing a little planning ahead and booking a hostel in Kuala Lumpur.
      Although the cafe was packed with citronella burners under the tables, I still seem to have made a fantastic dinner for all sorts of creepy crawlies. My legs burnt to a crisp, are now also scattered with bite marks; sadly for Kate, hers are a lot worse. ...