Leela Resort

Address: 311 Moo1, Tambon Sakom, Songkhla, Thailand | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 311 Moo1, Tambon Sakom, Songkhla, is near Songkhla National Museum and Thale Noi Waterbird Park.
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      Travel Blogs from Songkhla

      Thailand: Songkhla

      A travel blog entry by daveandjenna on Jul 16, 2013

      7 photos

      ... feet were swapped for 10 less crunchy looking balls of meat. Unfortunately she was then presented with another bowl, but one out of two isn't bad. In a similar fashion to the previous evening, Dave then proceeded to eat the majority of the meat (the pork was still suspiciously crunchy to Jenna) while Jenna munched on the noodles. Leaving the stage, we then wandered through Chinatown, where at 32 degrees and 73% humidity, it wasn't long before we ducked into a rather ...

      Songkhla....beachside safehouse

      A travel blog entry by jonwalla24 on Feb 20, 2013

      3 comments, 17 photos

      ... a country that doesn't seem too pastry interested I am sad to say!) and this is it, specialities being iced coffees and a range of cheesecake....free internets too so a good excuse to visit when we need to skype home!

      Night market- Weekend nights are good, a road gets closed off and lots of stalls appear...amusingly all come prepared with extension cables and lights to rob off the shop fronts! Seem to be a strange Disney T-shirt fascination here, lots of tasty and unusual foods. ...

      Out the country quickly to Malaysia

      A travel blog entry by lolly2012 on Jan 03, 2013

      ... Close call. 3 continental kisses on the cheek later and a hearty farewell to Carsten, we found our bunks on the ferry and settled down for the night. Well settled down best as we could with a dozen Thai children congregating on the bunk below us. Luckily as soon as the lights went out so did they and all that got in the way of sleep was the choppy waters. Arriving at 5am with no travel arrangements we hopped in the first taxi and headed straight to a ...

      Train train

      A travel blog entry by joefeather on Nov 07, 2011

      29 photos

      ... to look into peoples eyes, and has
      always found the colored contacts to effectively block any transfer
      from the soul. Sign is a nice person and she shares her sticky rice
      with him. She declines his beer offers. The attendant turns the seats
      into sleeping bunks. TJ tries to sleep. The darkened train bunk, the
      rocking of the train, the end of an interesting day, the many beers,
      do not aid his rest. He accepts insomnia and allows his mind ...

      Bed bugs and shopping

      A travel blog entry by tatandandy on Jun 05, 2011

      10 photos

      ... of market stalls that seemed abandoned a long time ago. We had lunch of Tom Kha Gai and fried rice with crab (Jenny taking the vegetarian option bought her own marmite and bread!) then spread our sarongs on the beach to enjoy the sun. The beach itself was very pretty and quiet, although the sea was alive with all sorts! A group of Thai children beat their shyness to bring us starfish, jellyfish of all colours and too many ...

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