City Hotel

Address: 86-86/1 Saritwongse Road, Sungai Golok, Narathiwat, 96120, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 86-86/1 Saritwongse Road, Sungai Golok, Narathiwat.
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Travel Blogs from Narathiwat

"Miss... you allready ARE white!"

A travel blog entry by soleyma on Oct 13, 2014

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So - I left the Island of Perhentian monday. Took the boat at 12. Not that I really wanted or had to, but everything must come to an end at some point. No matter how great it is. 3 weeks there wasnt surely ever gonna be enough, eventhough I felt my time was up. My friend Justyna was leaving - heading home to the UK. My time in the volounteer project was over. I had left a week early to have some time living the Island life as a proper tourist while I still ...

Leg2 of trip, crossing into Malaysia

A travel blog entry by kenax on Mar 30, 2014

... who couldn’t help but chuckle jovially at my predicament, I convinced him to let me continue, book a room in the neighborhood and give myself some time to get the rest sorted. He told me to drive slowly and not go farther than 2km from the border. To resolve the situation I needed to get the plates sent to me from Thailand once they were manufactured (a two month process), as my temporary plates printed out on ...

Crossing the boarder

A travel blog entry by nickske2 on Nov 28, 2013

15 photos

There we are travelling again with our 'Vitamientje' (nickname of our blue car) through tropical jungles and mountains towards the other coastline at the westside this time. The monsoon rain is following us and offers fresh and cool air (18C) with spectacular views and manmade innovations.

We prepared our visa at the Thai embassy ...


A travel blog entry by naxxer on Feb 24, 2012

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5:00 am train from kuala lipis to tumpat. It is the extreme north east of Malaysia.don't really know why we decided to choose this stop, most probably simply didn't choose. The last stop of the line was the natural end of this two days started in the first station of the ktm east line. Today more than yesterday we had a vibe of ...

Crossing the Thai/Malay Border at Sungai Kolok

A travel blog entry by kateandlindsay on Jan 03, 2010

1 comment, 1 photo

... we could notice, probably because not many tourists take this route, but be wary as people do seem to take a more keen interest in you presence (by way of staring) than elsewhere in Thailand. Sungai Kolok has been bombed in the past, and as such there is a small army presence there, but they have no interest in interfering with tourists. Once checked out by Thailand customs, walk across the bridge into Malaysia and check in there.

In this area ...