Thai Hotel Nakhon Si Thammarat

Address: 1375 Rajamneon Rd. Muang, Nakorn Si Thammarat, 80000, Thailand | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 1375 Rajamneon Rd. Muang, Nakorn Si Thammarat.
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      Nakhon Si Thammarat (Mueang Ligor)

      A travel blog entry by thailand_dream on Nov 04, 2010

      42 photos

      ... style and is second in size only to Chedi Phra Boromthat. Infront of the giant chedi is a golden buddha statue from the Ayutthaya period named Luang Pho Ngoen. There's another park farther north called Thalad park or Somdet Phra Sri Nakharin '84 park. This is a huge park split into 2 areas. The northern end of the park is a case of, follow the rainbow coloured bridges, over and around a lake, passing scenic areas and is even home to a small ...

      Christmas!

      A travel blog entry by alainetaylor on Dec 25, 2009

      2 comments, 6 photos

      ... old sister, Bell, who studies in another province called Trang. Her school is out in the country with a lake and open meadows. That night we went to Tesco to get new Christmas lights for my mini Christmas tree, and then to a Christmas party for all the foreigners at the school. I saw Gabi and a Filipino TA named Rom, a TA from Kansas and another foreigner from Florida. It was great. The Filipinos were so excited that I knew all the Filipino food.
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      Nakhon Si Thammarat: Songkran

      A travel blog entry by cereal42 on Apr 15, 2009

      27 photos

      ... by surprise but was soon outnumbered and heavily bombarded with water. It was, quite frankly, the funniest thing ever. We kept moving slowly towards the Wat - getting wetter and wetter. Many Thais also came up to us with buckets of white and red paste and applied it onto our cheeks with their hands (as kind of a New Year blessing). Eventually we made it to the temple and, after extensive drying-off in the sun, went inside. It was one of the nicest examples of ...

      Adrift

      A travel blog entry by jshaffer on Jul 02, 2008

      1 comment

      ... are all in Thai there are hardly any western toilets and everyone eats in the street. I really do not know why I like it here so much. Most people would stay one night on their way to the next beach town or something. Their are no artisan shops or Thai massage places, not much really to do. But everywhere else I have been practically every restaurant advertises "American breakfast", their are travel agents and western toilets all over the place. ...

      As Thailand Turns...

      A travel blog entry by blissmiss on Feb 19, 2008

      ... in bed sleeping, not eating or drinking (alcoholic beverages) and having the worst stomach pains. To make a long story short- I flew home for Christmas and New Years spending a good portion of the time going to specialists and having unpleasant tests. The doctors found nothing after way too much money spent. During the last few days of my stay I went to a homeopathic doctor who gave me a few herbs and I was almost immediately on the way to recovery. ...

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