The Twin Lotus Hotel

Address: 97/8 Patanakarn-Kukwang Rd., Nai Muang, Amphoe Muang, Nakorn Si Thammarat, 80000, Thailand | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on 97/8 Patanakarn-Kukwang Rd., Nai Muang, Amphoe Muang, Nakorn Si Thammarat.
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      Travel Blogs from Nakorn Si Thammarat

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      A travel blog entry by thailand_dream on Nov 04, 2010

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      ... have 2 floors with information and artifacts pertaining to Nakhon Si Thammarat's history. Most of the information pertains to ancient maritime trade routes and ports. In times past, Nakhon Si was an important trade route for sea farers traveling the south china sea. Also it functioned as a land link to the western port of Trang province, linking it to the Andaman sea and Indian ocean. As a result the province was influenced over time by ...

      Christmas!

      A travel blog entry by alainetaylor on Dec 25, 2009

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      ... that night. I had gotten my host family some things from Seattle nd they got me this adorable teddy bear. It's impossible to get any sense of Christmas here. It's just another day in Thailand. There's no Christmas songs, no stockings above the fire, no (real) tree, no snow, no family. I did decorate my Christmas tree though with lights. And yes Tamela, I even did make a goofy aluminum star to put on top of my tree.

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      Nakhon Si Thammarat: Songkran

      A travel blog entry by cereal42 on Apr 15, 2009

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      ... to take a taxi but I convinced him that it wasn't that far and we couldn't possibly ever get that wet in such a short time. Retrospectively, I think this could be considered as a mistake. On the walk across, there were even more bands of water-throwers all keen to return us to our previously soaking condition. We were offered beer by people sitting outside their houses, I got handed some tiny sour fruits (no idea what they were) which I tried giving to some ...

      Adrift

      A travel blog entry by jshaffer on Jul 02, 2008

      1 comment

      ... one really bothers me about selling me things. If people come to talk to me it is because they are surprised to see a phrang (white boy) in their hood and genuinely interested. Today I had a pot of Tea - with something like a mild herbal narcotic added in, with 4 men who wanted me to know that they where in the local Mafia. They where all chewing this broad leaf plant as well as drinking the tea made from it. (does any one who has traveled to Thailand ...

      As Thailand Turns...

      A travel blog entry by blissmiss on Feb 19, 2008

      ... I found charming and peaceful before. Fortunately, the culture shock coming back started to go away after a week and I can say is now completely gone. In fact, I am going to come back for another year! Episode 1 As happy as I was coming home after a 3 week absence and finding Montri cleaning my house, it was almost immediately cancelled out with Montri telling me that his "going away to become a monk" party would be in 2 weeks. Great. Fantastic. So as ...