Grand Garden Hotel

Address: 66 Soi 3 Prachawiwat Road, Sungaikolok, Narathiwat, 96120, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 66 Soi 3 Prachawiwat Road, Sungaikolok, Narathiwat, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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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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      ... than I could walk. The actual border line was a bridge crossing a river... Such a perfect picture! Leaving malaysia with a stamp in myy passport being told that this maybe wasnt enough and that I might had to go back I found the immigration office on the Thai side. The elder man behind the counter smiled to me. I was the only person in this big hall. "Where are you going miss?" he asked with surpise in his voice... "Well to Thailand!" "By yourself?" I ...

      Walking, Shopping and Chatting with the Locals

      A travel blog entry by jmlamport on Mar 21, 2014

      7 photos

      ... not be scantily clad, even on the beach, and topless sunbathing is strictly forbidden.
      -The public display of intimacy between a man and a woman is frowned upon (not even hand holding is allowed).
      -The sale of alcohol is forbidden in public places and in state-owned hotels.

      Our friendly hostel guide has just steered me in the direction of some ...

      Getting out of Dodge ...

      A travel blog entry by hallaontour on Oct 02, 2011

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      ... we tried sampling the cuisine. After living off of Oh La La pasta and burgers, I figured I really should give Malaysian food a try. Unfortunately it wasn't all that nice, so resorted to a cheeseburger instead. Bad Halla. It was a fun place to kill some time though, if only to see some of the laziest cats on the planet. They were so spoiled that they would rather wait for us to feed them the remnants of our dinner, than try and kill the (much fresher) ...

      Kota Bharu handi craft market and clock tower

      A travel blog entry by sabinaandchris on Sep 01, 2011

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      Today we went to have a look at the local market and handi craft market. There doesn't seem to be anything to do or see here so we are glad we are only here for one day! It is really difficult to walk around here as there are no pavements or traffic lights so its really hard to cross the roads. The local market was nauseating we walked in it stayed there for 5 minutes then left I thought I was gonna puke it smelled really gross. After this we went to the handi craft market, ...

      Into the your step!

      A travel blog entry by mikeandsam on Aug 16, 2011

      1 comment, 21 photos

      ... trousers and was covered in mud! I think his pride was hurt more than he was though. Unfortunately he had his camera in his hands at the time, and he may end up buying a new one because the lens was coated in mud. After crossing bamboo bridges and fallen tree trunks, we came to the site where the Rafflesia. Even though there were only 2 and a half in flower, they really were very impressive. We also visited an 'Orang Asli' ...

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