Laem Thong Hotel

Address: 46 Thamanoonviti Rd., Hat Yai, 90110, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 46 Thamanoonviti Rd., Hat Yai, is near Sukhothai Historical Park, Si Satchanalai Historical Park, Khao Sam Roi Yod National Park, and Pranburi Forest Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Hat Yai

    Hat Yai, Ipoh and Cameron highlands.

    A travel blog entry by aussie15 on Mar 14, 2015

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    ... other backpackers for recommendation for hostels, they told me try the father's guesthouse. Father's and another guesthouse where fully booked but in KRS Pines there were still free beds. KRS Pines, cheap, friendly staff, clean and a good atmosphere. They gave me tonnes of information about different hiking trails.

    Cameron Highlands covers an area of 712 kmē of a mountain range at about 200 km from KL.
    It is known for it's many hiking trails, ...

    Travelling to Hat Yai and Kuala Lumpur arrival.

    A travel blog entry by charli9988 on Oct 03, 2014

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    ... Hat Yai took about 4 and a half hours. Once we got to Hat Yai we had to get a tuk tuk to the train station. We had planned on finding out about tickets and then maybe having one night in Hat Yai before getting the train to Kuala Lumpur. Hat Yai wasn't what is thought, we'd heard there had been violence there in the past but that everything was fine there now, I'm not sure how 'fine' it is as there were at least 5 police and army officers in the train station carrying ...

    The elephant in the room

    A travel blog entry by krocodiletears on Apr 18, 2014

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    ... off the bus in the centre of Hat Yai. It is a bustling, vibrant place where Malaysian men slip over the border to seek solace in the arms of ladies whose looks and friendliness are in direct proportion to the size and contents of the punter's wallet. As we stood at a busy intersection a man asked if we were looking for a hotel. He was Juan from Puerto Rico. When I asked if he was Spanish he became miffed and rebuked me. " I am from the United States of America" I ...

    Hat Yai - Kuala Lumpur

    A travel blog entry by mcstorey on Apr 07, 2014

    ... necessary introductions we crammed our stuff in the car and headed for their house. We made our way through the city centre and out towards the suburbs. Peter gave us a whistle stop tour of the local sights, identifying where we'd find the best local cuisine and the cheapest beer. We made our way into an estate, through electric gates guarded by armed security. When I say estate I don't mean South London estates like the Ferrier; ...

    Kuala Lumpur Express

    A travel blog entry by edddadams on Nov 26, 2013

    ... to meet the Cambodian prime minister for tea. An eye opener definitely into some one who sees the world in a complete different way to me. Whether he was an intelligence officer, we'll never know. He left saying his name was Al and then telling us it was a fake name... Finally leaving Starbucks we went exploring, found loads of counterfeit shops. Bought a couple of presents. Had our first Mc Donald's for 2 months for dinner. Time to catch our bus to Kuala Lumpur 12 hours to ...