‪Sungai Kolok‬

تعليقات حول - ‪Sungai Kolok‬, ‪Narathiwat‬


4.0
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جيد جدًا
‪10‬
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Raj Mosas
كلانج, ماليزيا28 مساهمة
بمفردك • مارس 2020
‪As name this hotel was so sekret of their location. I was spend 30 minutes to find it with my taxi driver. Once arrive i realise i was choose accured place to stay. The newly build 2 storey building. Large room with clean and good presure of hot and cold water. Big fridge and cold and quiet aircondioter. I have good sleep because the bed so comfy. Located in residental area so very quite at night. Beside hotel have a muslim food stall sell breakfast and lunch. Mosque about 3 minutes walk from hotel. So this hotel is ideal place for muslim traveller. Wifi so good in room and also lobby area. Have small veranda for each rooms so could be advantage for smokers like me. Overal nice place for stay and worth the money i paid about Rm86 (Usd 22) Highly recomended for those who travel to sungai kolok thailand and looking for a new room. Please choose this hotel. Thank u ‬
كُتب بتاريخ 10 مارس 2020
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Wes T
18 مساهمة
يونيو 2019
‪I used to live on the Malaysian side of the border town, Sungai Golok, meaning River Golok, but this is confusing because the river that separatee Malaysia from Thailand is actually Sungai Golok! To avoid that confusion locals call the town Golok. (Note to Trip Advisor, get rid of your mistaken spelling, it is Golok, not Kolok. I used to live there, just a few miles from the border!) Locals know that it is a "smuggling town" - not drugs or firearms, etc., mostly food products. The products flow in the direction of cheaper side to cheap side. Cars can cross the border but don't be stupid. Cars can quickly vanish when parked in the streets of Golok. Hence observant travelers will notice 2 things: (1) lots of parking spaces on the Malaysia side for rent (cheap) and look after by parking attendants, and (2) on the Thai side - only the Thai side - just outside the customs office are full of taxis, motorcycle taxis are waiting to take tourists and locals to the center of town, a mere minutes away for nominal fare. If you go out of curiosity, do plan to eat in Golok; it has a few good restaurants. Other products are dirt cheap and of very poor quality. Manufactured products thus move from Malaysia to Golok, from Golok to Malaysia come in fruits and rice, among other things. Avoid nighttime visit at all costs: there is a Malay insurgency going on for decades now in southern Thailand.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 15 ديسمبر 2019
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skool_guys03
سانداكان, ماليزيا25 مساهمة
الأصدقاء • يوليو 2019
‪Its Thailand border town with malaysia. There is a railway station. We had a random drive around. Good to have wifi/data plan, to check google map. People are friendly. You can use malaysia ringgit.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 17 أغسطس 2019
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Rweannara
الخرطوم, السودان146 مساهمة
الأصدقاء • نوفمبر 2018
‪It was my first time to visit this research and educational Center, located about 5 km from Sungai Kolok town. This swamp area consists of variety of plants that grow in the area. The swamp is a nursery place for marine life and there are many bird species around as well as monkeys high up in the tree. Visitors can enjoy the nature by one km wooden bridge that could walk along while watching the nature without step out into the surrounding nature hence to preserve its originality. ‬
كُتب بتاريخ 20 نوفمبر 2018
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PreKitty88
كوالالمبور, ماليزيا21 مساهمة
أكتوبر 2018
‪We went for a day trip over from Rantau Panjang border by car. Since it was trip around kolok we did not purchase travel insurance and we have advise from Thai Immigration too. Unfortunately by the time we reach almost half of the shops were closed except the night market. The night market don't have much to shop.
I mainly went to buy cashew nuts which is cheaper compare to rantau panjang duty free zone. So I would sum up as Sg.kolok not a tourist spot.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 23 أكتوبر 2018
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李智优
كوالالمبور, ماليزيا49,977 مساهمة
العائلة • أكتوبر 2018
‪The best place to shopping during weekend, especially at night time. A numbers of household products, restaurants & entertainments selection. Price are very reasonable‬
كُتب بتاريخ 20 أكتوبر 2018
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thotae
تايلاند834 مساهمة
يونيو 2018
‪สุไหงโกลก นราธิวาส เมืองชายแดนไทย-มาเลย์ ที่เต็มไปด้วยมนต์เสน่ห์ มีอาหารการกินที่อร่อย ผู้คนอยู่อย่างสงบ ผสมผสานหลากหลายเชื้อชาติ ‬
كُتب بتاريخ 17 يوليو 2018
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LaiHY_13
كوالالمبور, ماليزيا6 مساهمات
بمفردك • يونيو 2018
‪Me and my dad parked our car at a car park just in front of the Rantau Panjang checkpoint in Malaysia. We walked into it, got our passports checked and proceeded to Thailand. While walking across the border, we passed by the infamous Golok or Kolok river. We saw locals crossing it by small boats without any travel documents at hand! You can attempt to do so, but I really do not encourage that especially if you go beyond Sungai Kolok town.

Upon arriving at the Thai checkpoint, we searched for arrival/departure cards, and turned out that we had to enquire for them over the desk in the customs office. After filling out the required details, we SEARCHED HIGH AND LOW for an immigration counter. We almost gave up and had thoughts of walking into Thailand without an entry stamp, but we asked for help at the immigration vehicle toll stations. We were directed back into the entrance for pedestrians and found the immigration counters, which were not obvious at first sight. The lack of dedication by the officers to help us, no clear path for pedestrians to pass through immigration and inadequate barriers made the Thai checkpoint the least stringent border control I have ever seen.

Relieved after all these headaches, we walked towards Sungai Kolok town and saw a sign to Bangkok, which shows a distance of 1250km imprinted on it. We felt that it would be a really long way ahead to Big Mango, as we came from Kuala Lumpur which is considered quite far away (6 hours drive via the fastest route). The distance travelled from KL to Sungai Kolok and back will be less than the one-way journey from the latter to Bangkok!

After a few more yards of walking, we rested at Doi Chaang Ko-Lok café (I hope the name is accurate enough) and ordered two cold drinks and two slices of cake for 225 Baht (almost RM28 when I checked the exchange rate there). But we did not have any cash in Baht and requested to pay with Ringgit, so we had to pay RM30, as traders have to charge higher in order to exchange any foreign currency revenue into Baht. Nevertheless, the taste of our food and beverages, very strong free WiFi, total price and the overall café experience beat Starbucks any day. We wholeheartedly thank the owner and staff of this place for everything.

Feeling satisfied with our tea time, we walked past Genting hotel and were surprised to see a room rate of 560 Baht! This shows that almost, if not everything in Sungai Kolok is cheaper than Kota Bharu. I checked the room rates of Sungai Kolok hotels in Tripadvisor and they have really low room rates of 1500 Baht and below. The street food there is indeed cheaper than Kota Bharu's.

We reached the town's railway station which is one of the national Thai railway's southern terminus. Seeing how dodgy Sungai Kolok looks, my dad suggested to me that we should return back to Malaysia. I agreed with him as the town is only interesting at night. We made a U-turn back to the Thai checkpoint, completed the exit procedures and crossed the bridge back to Rantau Panjang. Finally, we retrieved our car after paying a car park fee of RM3 and left immediately for Kota Bharu.

To conclude my review, I would not mind returning back to Sungai Kolok town and stay at least one night there in order to witness its infamous nightlife. I hope that Thai immigration gets more stringent yet helpful in the future.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 5 يونيو 2018
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Royal B
‪Mendooran‬, أستراليا613 مساهمة
بمفردك • مايو 2018
‪I went over the border for a beer and a curry. It was a simple process getting stamped out of Malaysia. I didnt even get off my Malaysian registered motosikal.

On the information card, I actually wrote " < 3 hours - Beer and Curry" on the Thai address area.

Interesting that they gave me a month? I thought overland was 15 days.

They were not interested in the Malaysian registered bike. I said I had hired it from a freind.

It did irk me that the woman on the Thai side crossing back referred me to the office, when if she actually looked she would see I just needed a stamp!

No costs. ‬
كُتب بتاريخ 19 مايو 2018
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Miya2013
بانكوك, تايلاند881 مساهمة
بمفردك • يناير 2017
‪タイ最南端の町のひとつで国境を越えたマレーシア側のコタバルにはタイ領事館もあるので以前はビザ更新目的でここを中継地として訪れる旅行者も多かったと聞く。バンコクからこの町へのアクセスはタイ国鉄の寝台車を利用するのが最も無難。(バスの便もあるが本数が限られる上に長時間のバス乗車は辛い)街中は、マレーシア人旅行者向けの歓楽ホテルが至るところに建てられており殺風景。イミグレーションを抜けてくるタイミングによってはバンコク行きの上り列車出発時刻に間に合わずここで一泊する事も有り得るが、極力避けたい。‬
كُتب بتاريخ 18 ديسمبر 2017
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