Saen Sabai Hotel

Address: 1 Phetkeeri Rd.Boryang Meuang, Songkhla, 90000, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1 Phetkeeri Rd.Boryang Meuang, 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

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          ... in our hotel. The following day was to be our first full beach day since we were in Sri Lanka. After a breakfast in a local 'bakery' (which mainly served meat and rice dishes with just a smattering of cakes) we made our way to the sea. Here we found an empty beach and a welcoming Gulf of Thailand so made ourselves comfy for a few hours, enjoying the bath-like sea until our sun cream ran out. As we walked round the coastline in search of shade and food we passed ...

          Holiday makers, but no Western tourists

          A travel blog entry by tiggerbird on Jun 22, 2013

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          ... car is just 30 baht return per person, so cheap but the views aren't particularly great. Go just before sunset and catch the locals feeding monkeys.
          - Mermaid statue (reminds me of the flame blowing dragon in Krakow, Poland - see related post here): A popular site with tourists where you can take the obligatory photo posing with the statue and purchase miniature versions as souvenirs to take home.

          The most ...

          Silly trip to Singapore

          A travel blog entry by jamjam698 on Apr 22, 2013

          ... overally I'm not too ahead of budget actually. Filled in the required forms at the travel shop we were told to go to and we were on our way to Singapore at 1:30. Bus is nice, better than expected, seats go back far and therees a lot of room so not complaining. Short trip down to the border, definitely the most hassle free border we've crossed by land, in and out both sides in no time, exchanged 5usd in to Malaysian rinngit to cover food costs, but its currently 8 ...

          Chiang Mai to Koh Tao

          A travel blog entry by mattrw on Jan 18, 2013

          ... Tao. We were entertained on the way by a cockroach hunt and a story from an australian who had stayed in a haunted room (as he had been cheerfully assured by the owner as he handed over the key).

          Overall our most rewarding journey, having travelled mainly without the assistance of tourist transport. Now we're back in package tour land on Koh Tao, though diving again after a 5-year gap will definitely be worth it!

          Train train

          A travel blog entry by joefeather on Nov 07, 2011

          29 photos

          ... juice and water. He drinks those down and
          decides he had better drink a beer to get rid of the hangover. Chang
          export in a can. He pays 20 baht and goes into the shower at the
          train station. He takes a long shower, reviving himself. Everything
          was intact. He slept somewhere in downtown Bangkok in a black out and
          didn't get robbed or raped or even arrested. The shower feels very
          good. Hangover receding, unlike the flood waters.

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