Imperial Narathiwat Hotel
Travel Blogs from Narathiwat
... out the door on its way to Bangkok), got a new stamp and avoided the detention camp.
On the Malay side I managed to get a good deal in a resort which was almost completed with construction, $300 for a full month, as I expected it would take about that long to sort this all out. Right on the beach, so not the worst place to be stuck.
Will definitely make a good addition to the future book at ...
... and it gets dark soon in less than 15 minutes, we are prepared and take a night stop at Hat Yai. After a short rest we had our first Thai breakfast and said goodbye to the raining season...which I heard on the radio caused a lot of damage in the region where we stayed in Malaysia.
Once arrived in Pak Meng we felt like being home...
5:00 am train from kuala lipis to tumpat. It is the extreme north east of Malaysia.don't really know why we decided to choose this stop, most probably simply didn't choose. The last stop of the line was the natural end of this two days started in the first station of the ktm east line. Today more than yesterday we had a vibe of ...
As we arrived at 10pm, it was a bit late for crossing the border so we dropped our bags in a hotel, ate, went out to check a karaoke bar, then right back to bed!
Finally one full night of sleep!!!!!!!!!
From Sungai Kolok train station I walked 1 km to reach the Malaysian border.
One of the easiest border crossing I went through: within 10min I had my exit stamp from Thailand (I arrived on the day my visa was expiring) and a 90-day visa for Malaysia. I crossed the Harmony bridge and took a bus to Kota Bharu my next destination.
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking