Rain Forest Resort

Address: 42 Mu 9 Kangsopa, Wangthong, Phitsanulok, 65220, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 42 Mu 9 Kangsopa, Wangthong, Phitsanulok, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Phitsanulok

    Back to Khon Kaen

    A travel blog entry by steve_m on Nov 03, 2014

    If I could have foreseen the day that lay ahead I might just have remained in bed !!
    Up just before 05:00 for breakfast before biking into Phon Thong. Drop Jai and the bags off at the bus station and take the bike to the house where we leave it. When we arrived at the station there was a Khon Kaen bus waiting to leave. Not knowing how long it would stay here or how long I would be I asked Jai to phone me when it left. I am hurrying ...

    Road trip!

    A travel blog entry by hayse-eurotrip on Jun 06, 2014

    8 photos

    ... details.
    Out for a wander thru the royal fish project, the crocodile farm and Bung Si Fai park.
    Toured around town, then out to the Little Red Car for dinner, followed by a street stall for dessert.

    Up early the next for an interesting breakfast, from the well meaning staff.
    Off again to Sukhothai historical ruins, then stopped at ...

    Sappraiwan Elephant Sanctuary

    A travel blog entry by oliviasgapyear on Feb 15, 2014

    2 comments, 43 photos

    ... of bamboo in half, length-wise, then cut a long, thin hole down the middle. Then, he shaved a bit off the side of a bamboo stalk, and crumpled it into a ball, which he placed underneath the long hole. He then cut a little slanted line across the long hole, and used another piece of bamboo (of which he had sharpened the edge) to move quickly back and forth along the small cut, until a spark caught! He then would push the spark through to the ball of shavings using a thin toothpick ...

    Ruins On Wheels

    A travel blog entry by vagabond66 on Nov 30, 2013

    9 photos

    ... to see them is to rent a bicycle for the day. (which costs about a dollar) But even with the nice breeze we got from cycling, several bottles of water and ice cream bars/popsicles were needed to beat the heat. Cycling though the ruins was an experience I won't soon forget. Because of the heat, the crowds were sparse, and at times it felt like we were the only ones there amongst the ancient spires and columns. We saw most of the central ruins which included a lot of the ...

    Rice, Sapphires, Solar Cell Power, and Rats

    A travel blog entry by fulkss on Feb 03, 2013

    12 photos

    ... near a river --hundreds of bats safe in the trees.

    We boarded a traditional wooden rice barge for lunch and a cruise on the Sakae Krang River, passing raft houses and farmers tending their fish farms. Lunch included the local fish, both steamed and in curry, plus several other dishes and fruits. The cook prepared a dish with the rats which were ...