Pavilion Hotel

Address: 17 Platha Road, Songkhla, 90000, Thailand | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 17 Platha Road, Songkhla, is near Thale Noi Waterbird Park and Songkhla National Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Songkhla

    Thailand: Songkhla

    A travel blog entry by daveandjenna on Jul 16, 2013

    7 photos

    ... town with beautiful beaches, an island and inland lake, we decided it was an appealing first stop in Thailand. On arrival, a fellow Brit pointed us in the direction of a number of guesthouses located near the National Museum, we perused a few and finally settled on an en-suite for a haggled for B300. We were reasonably impressed with our first room in Thailand; granted it didn't have a basin (shower was turned on with regularity), it seemed to have a small ...

    Holiday makers, but no Western tourists

    A travel blog entry by tiggerbird on Jun 22, 2013

    7 photos

    ... eating, I hope!), plants, amulets and clothes at local prices as well as a lively food and wet market area.

    Just hanging out people watching and absorbing the community life in this city, is an experience all of it's own. The tourist trail has some nice places to visit including a cable car to the highest point. We found it interesting that so many sights here reminded us a lot of sights we had seen elsewhere on ...

    3- Hat Yai to Bangkok

    A travel blog entry by richard.wolters on Apr 23, 2013

    7 photos

    ... bank had a soldier at the door, with a gun slung over their shoulder. The same I saw at most public places. It put me off a bit; however, when I enquired about it my question was met by a “They are here for your protection” answer. Straightaway I saw their presence in a different light. As for now the soldiers would do the same, just checking that everything was safe. The seats were soon changed into beds and the clickety clack would do the rest to send me off to ...

    Chiang Mai to Koh Tao

    A travel blog entry by mattrw on Jan 18, 2013

    ... truck. Of course we should have anticipated that the driver wouldn't understand the words 'train station', but so far everyone we had met had spoken English. Just as I was preparing to do my best choo-choo train impression, a man on the pickup rescued us and translated. Somewhat reluctantly the driver agreed and we got in.

    A short GPS assisted walk from the dropoff was the station, and fortunately the train was ...

    Songkran on Lipe

    A travel blog entry by jeremy.steward on Apr 13, 2012

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... at the beach, we were soaked. We dumped our bags on the beach and went back down the road to join in the fun. Jess bought a super soaker and joined in the water battles. It was great fun and a shame we had to leave. When we checked in for the boat, we were told it would be late as they were using our boat to take the body of a Thai man that had died last night over to the mainland and a second boat would be coming to get us. As some of ...