Siam City Hotel

Address: 25-35 Niphat-utit 2 Rd, Hat Yai, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 25-35 Niphat-utit 2 Rd, Hat Yai, is near Sukhothai Historical Park, Si Satchanalai Historical Park, Khao Sam Roi Yod National Park, and Phra Nakhon Khiri.
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    Travel Blogs from Hat Yai

    Hat Yai, Ipoh and Cameron highlands.

    A travel blog entry by aussie15 on Mar 14, 2015

    18 photos

    ... taker more effort than expected. The menu was written in Thai, and the owner of couldn't do more than pretending to know what English is. When I asked "not spicy?" He replied "yes, no spicy" luckily I had enough water, after the first few bites I could identify some of the things at my plate as peppers, how is this not spicy? After a while of walking around I returned to the hostel knowing: there's not much going on in Hat Yai. Only a lot of shops and ...

    Penang, Buddha and the iPhone

    A travel blog entry by alex.talbot on Mar 03, 2015

    4 comments, 13 photos

    ... through Thailand and Laos for a couple of weeks. With pleasantries between us over, I was finding the right time to ask the question; why does a monk need a smart phone, iPad or GoPro? It was, if I recall correctly, somewhere between Low outlining the force of the ‘Karmic Links’ and the ‘Four Noble Truths’ as she gave me the Karl Pilkington guide to Buddhism. Her response was that monks need some form of communication mechanism. ...

    Back to The Basics

    A travel blog entry by shampoo777 on Feb 26, 2014

    ... green reflects the dangers of a living house. A sack of frog eggs reflects the chances of survival, which in a dog eat both cat and compost world is very slim. A tree may fall, a drought may come, or even a house may be destroyed. Yet, the more prepared you are to risk the flow of nature, the abundance it may bring is worth the danger. Even the spider in the bathroom that is bigger than my head is apart of that abundance, and the cycle of ...

    What I had been looking for

    A travel blog entry by kokyuho on Feb 20, 2013

    3 comments, 6 photos

    ... road felt bumpier under the wheels. Electricity cables aligned, messy, at the sides of the road. Boards with indecipherable letters crowded all around. Trucks, motorbikes, cars, slalomed in the road as if everybody was running away from the end of the world. No doubt about it, I was in Thailand! A typical shivering ran through my body, like electricity.

    Not far from the border I could admire the first of the many 'classic Thailand': a giant Buddha ...

    Kopunkraaa Thailand..

    A travel blog entry by billiejago on Feb 19, 2013

    8 photos

    ... the hotel twice to check where we were going, and eventually got me there after a total of just over 9 hours travelling, of what was supposed to be a 4 hour journey. Only in Asia! The Hotel is nice with only 5 rooms, they do not speak English, but the location is definitely in a rural area of Thailand. I walked a while to find a huge supermarket and feasted on KFC. I then went into the supermarket to stock up on packet sauces and pesto to take back to China ...