Khamnom Golden Beach Hotel

Address: 59/3 Moo 4, Ban Nadan, Khanom, Nakorn Si Thammarat, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 59/3 Moo 4, Ban Nadan, Khanom, Nakorn Si Thammarat, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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Travel Blogs from Nakorn Si Thammarat

Nakhom Si Tharammat- The real Thailand

A travel blog entry by adventurebear on Nov 26, 2013

8 photos

... teachers at school which was a very different experience from the schools I've worked in, in the UK. No CRB checks, no singing in, no.supervision, no visitor badges, no appointment needed, full permission to use cameras and best of all you're allowed to pick up kids and cuddle them as much as you want. We were able to wonder round the school freely and meet kindergarten during nap time, which was possibly the cutest thing ever! We then ...

Headed South!

A travel blog entry by tiggerbird on Jun 21, 2013

15 photos

... they insisted on saying hello and taking photos, especially when visiting temples.

Dealing with the language barrier

One afternoon we decided to head to the modern part of town for some shopping and specifically to continue our ongoing search for a headphone splitter; which seems impossible to locate anywhere outside of Bangkok.

As we wandered from stall to stall, inside one of the malls, it was a case of ...

Nakhon Si Thammarat

A travel blog entry by jeromeandclare on Dec 06, 2010

11 photos

... famous for. We were greeted by an old lady and taken around the shadow puppet museum. The lady explained that shadow puppets were invented here and were the main source of entertainment, especially in bleak times like during the war. The museum displays many puppets from different eras and countries which show how shadow puppetry evolved and expanded around the world. The puppets are made from buffalo hide and have sticks attached which is how the puppeteer moves ...


A travel blog entry by alainetaylor on Feb 02, 2010

10 photos

... with a thin sheet of paper stretched across it and pick up as many little fish as you can before the paper rips. I got 6!
Some more of the pictures are from when we had the monks come to our school. I stayed over at Jame's house and we stayed up all night making a dessert called Khanom Kaidtao and got to school before 5 am when it was still dark to prepare everything. The sun came up as the monks were chanting and then it was ...

Nakhon Si Thammarat: Songkran

A travel blog entry by cereal42 on Apr 15, 2009

27 photos

Hey all, After Ko Pha-Ngan we decided to head south to the religious city of Nakhon Si Thammarat. This was more of a spontaneous decision as we were initially planning to head to Khao Sok National Park before realising that it was a little out of our budget (the Thais charge foreigners 200 baht (4 pounds) a day for just being in the park!). It turned out to be a good decision as Nakhon was great! The far south of Thailand is still relatively undiscovered by backpackers ...