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So much choice so little time!

  • mattspeak

    Joined Travelfish
    8th November, 2010
    Posts: 7

    Hello – firstly, thanks for reading.

    I'll keep it quick – I'd love to get everyone's thoughts on where I should go this Xmas seeing as how there's just soo much choice – AirAsia makes any part of SE Asia possible!

    Off to KL on the 19th Dec. Have 3 weeks. Living in Manchester (UK) sunshine is a bit of a novelty... so I'd quite like to guarantee sunshine. I know that the W.coast of Thailand is your best bet but I came to Thailand last winter.

    Where can we go that's...

    - Near guaranteed sunshine (I know this isn't definite, but I just don't fancy being in a storm every 2 days - (i know that they're cool, but sometimes you just need sunshine!)
    - Paradise, my other half hasn't been to white sands and palm trees
    - A bit of a backpacker vibe, but nothing like Phuket, Phi Phi etc - so if anything its just the type of accommodation we would choose.
    - Under $40ish on a flight (if needed)
    - Xmas / NYE... enough for there to be a party... we're 26 so we'll still like a good time, just not a shitty UV-clad party with 10,000 pissed gap year kids (no offence intended!)!

    Thought about Indo - any suggestions where would be the driest part?

    Thanks for your time and thoughts, it's really appreciated.

    Matthew

    #1 Posted: 25/11/2011 - 03:09

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  • chinarocks

    Joined Travelfish
    17th June, 2011
    Posts: 642

    The Phillipines?

    Boracay could tick some of your boxes above, although you may need to spend more than $40 on a flight to the Phillipines from KL.

    #2 Posted: 25/11/2011 - 04:06

  • inspiredbyk-
    rissi

    Joined Travelfish
    9th December, 2011
    Posts: 68

    Most of it this time of year will be dry and farely sunny througout the day. I suggest somewhere like Koh Lanta. Here Phi Phi is a day trip away. There is a chilled party vibe with csome cool bars. But, nothing on the likes of Haad Rins hideous full moon party. No offence intended :)

    #3 Posted: 23/12/2011 - 03:23

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