BP Samila Beach Hotel

8 Ratchadumnurn Road, Songkhla, 90000, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 8 Ratchadumnurn Road, Songkhla, is near Thale Noi Waterbird Park and Songkhla National Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Songkhla

    Thailand: Songkhla

    A travel blog entry by daveandjenna on Jul 16, 2013

    7 photos

    We left Tanjung Bungah under a cloud of drizzle, joining the morning commuters on their journey into central George Town. Our scheduled departure time from Komtar was 8am, but since we were on DaveandJenna time we arrived at 7.45am. Unfortunately, the minivan was running to Jennatime and failed to arrive until 8.30am, at which point the driver gesticulated to us to hurry up because we were running late. We meandered slowly to the van. Our vehicle was bound for Hat Yai, ...

    Holiday makers, but no Western tourists

    A travel blog entry by tiggerbird on Jun 22, 2013

    7 photos

    ... which was a great shame as I am sure they had stories and advice to share. Elsewhere around town there was little sign of Westerners, even in our hotel.

    The highlight in Songkhla, in my opinion, is Samila beach on the East coast. It is well maintained and gives Koh Samui's beaches a run for their money; I could have spent hours here hunting through the piles of tiny shells swept up along the shoreline.
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    Dreads of Transition

    A travel blog entry by mikeandsheila on Mar 14, 2012

    3 photos

    ... sarong stalls , cafes and motorbike hire shops, and the long jetty.

    At 2pm we board the old slow ferry for the 2 hour chug chug to Ranong on the mainland. A note about Ranong: It is more well known as a place to do the old 'visa run.' In the days before the Thai visa was cut from 30 to 15 days for overland entry, savvy travellers would come here and cross the border into Burma for the day, before returninng with the new Thai visa. This activity still occurs but ...

    Malaysia here we come....

    A travel blog entry by fouritchyfeet on Jul 30, 2011

    38 photos

    ... budget" bus services, but we won't bother even going there! Leaving Bangkok for the final time, we saw it all again, including all the shantytowns along the lineside, and all the little settlements which was cool, not long after leaving Bangkok it turned to farmland, rice paddies, banana and coconut plantations and the farming settlements, little towns and villages along the way - was nice to see countryside again! After Hua Hin things got pretty ...

    13 Hours to Bangkok

    A travel blog entry by elizacass on Feb 21, 2011

    3 comments, 20 photos

    ... crowd, think they are breaking for 20 minutes. I look around when I get off, wow; there are SO many other buses here! At least 20. I look over and notice the bus next to mine has a huge line of stuffed animals in the front of the driver’s window. That’s a good focal point; I can remember that, our bus is next to the stuffed animal bus. I don’t look much at my bus; I wonder around and find some delicious pad Thai for only 40 baht. It’s time ...