Thai Watana Hotel

Address: 11 Padungraj Rd., T. Pakprag, A. Thungsong, Nakorn Si Thammarat, Thailand | Inn
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This inn, located on 11 Padungraj Rd., T. Pakprag, A. Thungsong, Nakorn Si Thammarat, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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Travel Blogs from Nakorn Si Thammarat

Nakhon Si Thammarat (Mueang Ligor)

A travel blog entry by thailand_dream on Nov 04, 2010

42 photos

... southern end of the park (entrance) again, has a lake, but with huge statues scattered around the place. It's also home to the City museum which is very well done. The museum has 4 buildings around a central courtyard. You enter through the east building (Ruam Chai Phak) which is the entrance and staff's office area. The northern building (Na Nak Kharot) is toilets and restaurants while the west (Therthairachini) and southern (Virathai) ...


A travel blog entry by alainetaylor on Dec 25, 2009

2 comments, 6 photos

... next day I stayed home from school with my sister Bell, and her friend came by with a motorcycle. The three of us crammed on and went to eat lunch at KFC. I love riding on motorcycles, you go so fast and the breeze is great. We went to the new shopping mall, Sahathai Plaza and looked around. Then to the primary school to pick up Beam. I met all the teachers and then we went to buy a cake for Christmas,which there is a picture of. We opened the ...

Nakhon Si Thammarat: Songkran

A travel blog entry by cereal42 on Apr 15, 2009

27 photos

... architecture so far on our trip - the temple stupa was especially beautiful (and the second largest in Thailand). After exploring the Wat and its grounds extensively (including a brief trip to a museum which seemingly only contained examples of ancient woodwork and porcelain), we moved on with the intention of visiting the nearby Shadow Puppet museum (a southern Thai tradition) and the promise of a shadow puppet show. After getting so wet and taking a while to dry, ...


A travel blog entry by jshaffer on Jul 02, 2008

1 comment

... is cheep and dirty and I love it. On the islands and in Bangkok their where only took took and private taxi to get around. Here there are only collectives (converted pick-up trucks that go up and down main street and take you to all the main spots for a maximum fee of B15 or under 50 cents US. And for short distances their are the basically taxi's. I think it might be hard to find a private taxi even if you wanted one here. I can walk around everywhere ...

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. ...