Green World Palace Hotel

Address: 99 Samakeesuk Rd., Songkhla, 90000, Thailand | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 99 Samakeesuk Rd., Songkhla, is near Thale Noi Waterbird Park and Songkhla National Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Songkhla

    The school

    A travel blog entry by shampoo777 on Mar 18, 2014

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    ... It was hard to make them get the bigger picture, but as all great things it comes with time. PiJu also had me read aloud some words that revolved around gardening. I was super impressed wih the writing skills of the younger children. Even though they were just copying the words and shapes. They were writing in both Thai and English. I really think I could be a good teacher even though it doesn't pay that much it's worth while and the kids make me happy, and I could do it ...

    Thailand: Songkhla

    A travel blog entry by daveandjenna on Jul 16, 2013

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    ... cross border town for Malays with a number apparently visiting quite frequently to liaise with their cross-border wives. Our driver and his companion were well versed in the emigration-immigration procedures and made the whole experience run very smoothly. At our first stop we handed over passports to receive printed departure and immigration cards while we perused duty free shops, a bit further down the road we formed an orderly queue to receive our departure stamp ...

    Holiday makers, but no Western tourists

    A travel blog entry by tiggerbird on Jun 22, 2013

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    ... challenge of coming here was finding places to eat, as most menu's were only in Thai and English speakers were rare. We had to get used to playing charades and referring to my handy offline translator which was kind of fun.

    There is a Chinese community, with numerous shop houses, in the old town area so there was plenty of noodle soup options to try. Underneath the stage area at the city pillar shrine there is a ...

    Our very long bus ride across the border!

    A travel blog entry by hollybeth on Feb 19, 2013

    ... journey. Stopping at boarders to have our passports and baggage checked. We met two travellers on the bus, one young English girl and one Belgian boy who liked to talk about himself.. a lot!

    With our driver driving like a loon, we arrived at Kuala Lumpur at 5am. Ourselves and the two other travellers decided to go straight to McDonalds for breakfast! We helped them on their way and headed to the hotel we had stayed in during our last visit to KL!
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    Dreads of Transition

    A travel blog entry by mikeandsheila on Mar 14, 2012

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    ... Thailand is subject to random terrorist attacks by Islamic separatists. However, once under way and numbed by a couple of Cambodian Valiums, we are soon oblivious to the dangers, the searches, the rain outside and the hair-raising twists and turns that typify Asian bus travel.
    At 4.30am we finally pull into Hat Yai and we are in a different world. Southern Thailand is home to the country's Islamic population and as we cruise through the outskirts of Hat Yai city we ...