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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... for me to be around. Sometimes personalitys just matches up. Truly are missing her allready.

Well hanging around the busstation, wating for this guy was an experience as everything else when you travel by yourself. Especially in Asia being a white girl taller than most here, with bandage on my foot, limping with my huge backpack (will I ever learn to not bring that much stuff with me?!) Sat on some sort of a bench looking out for bus no. 29 ...

Leg2 of trip, crossing into Malaysia

A travel blog entry by kenax on Mar 30, 2014

... the Thai side and no one spoke much English.
After staying in a hotel on the Thai side in a larger town 30km from the border, where I hoped to do some last minute and cheaper shopping, I got so tired of being looked at like a dirty infidel dog that I decided to cancel my shopping spree and just make it across. I always find a solution, one way or the other.
After getting stressed out by the Malaysian ...

Crossing the boarder

A travel blog entry by nickske2 on Nov 28, 2013

15 photos

... valid for three months before entering the Thai boarder and decided to stay in the region of Trang for our first discovery stop.
As we pass several districts of extreme violences announced by media since years between local communities and the Thai government we drove fast and took some pictures along the road.

Sunset is at ...

Train+train

A travel blog entry by naxxer on Feb 24, 2012

2 photos

... people. Smiling and having fun is one of the most common habits, smoking is also definitely up ranking. Tons of kids everywhere and among the others, taking the train in a tiny small village with no real station: a perfect emo, and a cover girl with gucci (fake?) bag! From where they take inspiration? Ah, btw the food is ...

Crossing the Thai/Malay Border at Sungai Kolok

A travel blog entry by kateandlindsay on Jan 03, 2010

1 comment, 1 photo

This blog is purely for those after some up-to-date information about crossing the Border into Malaysia from Thailand at Sungai Kolok, so will be of little interest to family and friends at home. From the train station in Sungai Kolok you can catch a tuk tuk at 40-50 Bhatt per person to the border. The border is identified by a river and the crossing is a bridge over the river; Thai customs on one side, Malay customs on the other. There were no scams ...