Montien Hotel

Address: 1509/40, Yommarat Rd., T. Klang Muang, Nakorn Si Thammarat, 80000, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1509/40, Yommarat Rd., T. Klang Muang, Nakorn Si Thammarat.
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      Headed South!

      A travel blog entry by tiggerbird on Jun 21, 2013

      15 photos

      ... this city once was. Wandering round at sunset near the park you will be joined by runners and a few street hawkers but it's local life at its best.

      Wat Phra Mahathat - it's beautiful and bursting with chedi, next door is the Viharn Kien museum with a large number of artefacts; both of which do not have an entrance fee. Be sure to look inside the monastery to the left of the main temple area, which was deserted when we were there, ...


      A travel blog entry by youloveit on Dec 01, 2010

      4 photos

      Just three hours from Surat Thani is the busy city of Nakhon Si Thammarat. One of the more historical site's for the Thai people as there are as many Wat's in town as there are pubs in Ilkeston!

      The most important Wat is that of Wat Phra Mahatat where it is believed that two Srivajaya princes buried relics underneath the temple over a thousand years ago. ...

      Highlights of Nakhon

      A travel blog entry by alainetaylor on Jan 20, 2010

      2 comments, 15 photos

      ... movies or subtitles, which is the reason I still haven't seen Avatar. So we ate pizza, real pizza. It was great. Luckily an AFS-returnee that I know is from this city, so we called him for suggestions of what to do. We traveled around the city by sawngthaew, a truck with two benches in the back. Gabi wanted the experience of cramming in with all the sweaty Thais but I preferred to hang off the back and get a breeze. We took ...

      Nakhon Si Thammarat: Songkran

      A travel blog entry by cereal42 on Apr 15, 2009

      27 photos

      ... because everything was shut and the area we were staying in looked pretty dead. We found a hostel for 83baht a night each (but we were worried that it was slightly dodgey because of the appearance of the owner; especially with one eye missing, which made him look slightly piratey). The room was fine, apart from the sink, which didn't seem to have a working drain, the water just poured directly onto the floor below!). After we were settled into the hostel was checed ...

      Paradise Lost

      A travel blog entry by ashmac on Feb 24, 2009

      2 comments, 21 photos

      ... a plush hotel room, with movies in English (there is not much to do here after 5pm) and room service (think breakfast in bed). So I'm staying here for another night, then tomorrow I'm catching a train to the border town of Hat Yai (the gateway to Malaysia). I have photo's, but the only Internet cafe I could find in town has computers so old, so photo's will have to wait till I get to another town! ...

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