Intertower Hotel

Address: 104 Prachawiwat Road, Sungai Golok, Narathiwat, 96120, Thailand | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 104 Prachawiwat 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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... 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 ...

Leg2 of trip, crossing into Malaysia

A travel blog entry by kenax on Mar 30, 2014

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Took a small ferry across the river, but was told on the Malaysian side that I cannot possibly ride my bike throughout Malaysia. I explained my predicament to the transport official, how I had spent half a year trying to arrange everything and got to the border two weeks ahead of time to make sure I had some leeway, but I was sent back and ...

Crossing the boarder

A travel blog entry by nickske2 on Nov 28, 2013

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... and it gets dark soon in less than 15 minutes, we are prepared and take a night stop at Hat Yai. After a short rest we had our first Thai breakfast and said goodbye to the raining season...which I heard on the radio caused a lot of damage in the region where we stayed in Malaysia.

Once arrived in Pak Meng we felt like being home...
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Train+train

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 border with Malaysia

A travel blog entry by fredtrip on Jan 09, 2010

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From Sungai Kolok train station I walked 1 km to reach the Malaysian border.

One of the easiest border crossings I went through: within 10min I had my exit stamp from Thailand (I arrived on the day my visa was expiring) and a 90-day visa for Malaysia. I crossed the Harmony Bridge and asked locals about the best way to reach Kota Bharu, my next destination while having a nice breaky.

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