Tan Yon Hotel

Address: 16/1 Sopapisai Road, Amphur Muang, Narathiwat, 96000, Thailand | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 16/1 Sopapisai Road, Amphur Muang, Narathiwat.
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Travel Blogs from Narathiwat

"Miss... you allready ARE white!"

A travel blog entry by soleyma on Oct 13, 2014

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... Kota Bharu. He took the bus when we got of the boat from Perhentian, but I was gonna share a taxi with Justyna, taking her to the airport and me back to Kota Bharu city. Stupid idea. Not only did it cost me extra but I guess I arrived a lot later than the bus, since he had been so keen on following me to Thailand and now where nowhere to be seen. Well at least i had a chance to say a proper goodbye to Justyna. Felt so lucky running in to this girl to whom it was ...

Leg2 of trip, crossing into Malaysia

A travel blog entry by kenax on Mar 30, 2014

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Took a small ferry across the river, but was told on the Malaysian side that I cannot possibly ride my bike throughout Malaysia. I explained my predicament to the transport official, how I had spent half a year trying to arrange everything and got to the border two weeks ahead of time to make sure I had some leeway, but I was sent back and ...

Crossing the boarder

A travel blog entry by nickske2 on Nov 28, 2013

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There we are travelling again with our 'Vitamientje' (nickname of our blue car) through tropical jungles and mountains towards the other coastline at the westside this time. The monsoon rain is following us and offers fresh and cool air (18C) with spectacular views and manmade innovations.

We prepared our visa at the Thai embassy ...

Train+train

A travel blog entry by naxxer on Feb 24, 2012

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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 ...

Border crossing Thailand / Malaysia

A travel blog entry by perhentian on Nov 20, 2009

I boarded a train for 20 hours from Bangkok to Sungai Kolok. My heart was pounding when the train passes the frequent flooded areas in southern Thailand. A very heavy rainfall poured since last night. I hope I can pass the border bridge between Thailand and ...