Waterland Golf Resort and Spa
Photos of Waterland Golf Resort and Spa
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Waterland Golf Resort and Spa Phitsanulok
Travel Blogs from Phitsanulok
... in the guides as a mini Angkor Wat, the Cambodians rightly get annoyed at the comparison. Wile it was very impressive and very well presented with its perfectly manicured gardens it wasn't on the scale or architectural impressiveness as Angkor. It was however a nice day trip and an interesting addition to our growing historical temple list of 'must see' tourist attractions of the world.
All too soon it was time to move on, our time in Thailand would soon be ...
... be a hotel here one day but not yet !!
I am hot, tired and fed up with being messed around so drop big bag off at the bus office and grab another tuk-tuk and head back into town to the hotel we always use here, the Roma. The tuk-tuk stops somewhere I have never seen before and seems to think that we have arrived. He actually tells us that he thinks we would prefer to stay at this hotel than the one we asked him to take us ...
... Singapore. The other little spanner was the flights, they are cheap enough, under 2000 baht for a one way ticket to Yangon from Bangkok. But I was having issues trying to negotiate a flight back out from Yangon to Chiang Mai, I know the flights exist, but they are limited and considerably more expensive. Turns out to be cheaper to get a return back to Bangkok, a real pain, trying to leave this place not ...
... At 12, right? Yes. Today, not tomorrow.' Apparently, Romy didn't explain herself well enough because 2 minutes later, a woman knocked on our door and, when I opened it, she said 'Check-out? Today?' I kept it simple 'Yes, now.' She nodded and left smiling. Three minutes and eleven seconds later, someone knocks on our door again. I open the door with a are-you-serious? look on my face and a guy this time asks, kind of ...
... Thawee Folk Museum. The folk museum was started by Sargeant
Major Thawee a nationally acclaimed expert on Thai folkways, and a
former military cartographer. The museum displays a collection of
tools, textiles and photographs from Phitsanulok Province. They had
displays of various kinds of traps used for hunting, and also
explained a gruesome technique for castrating a bull that does not
use anything sharp.