Tara Regent Hotel
Travel Blogs from Narathiwat
... to do it with... Eating out, sunbathe, swim, sunbathe, swim, sunbathe... Dine, drink, party. Aaand doing that for a week kinda tires you, so I left.
Sitting on the boat seeing the Island desappearing onti the ocean gave me a sad feeling combined with this rush of happiness. knowing that new adventures was ahead. Hoping they will be as great as the ones perhentian gave me.
I was supposed to meet a russian guy I ran in to at the beach when i ...
... piece of paper was apparently insufficient. Fortunately the hotel owner got it done for me locally for a few bucks and in about ten minutes.
Then a certified translation of one page of my papers by an agency in Bangkok, sent by express mail, Malay insurance after that and I should be set.
Nothing much to do in this village!
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 ...
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 ...