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how to book a Seaside-hut?

  • julia89

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    I found a nice bungalow on travelfish.org:

    http://www.travelfish.org/accommodation_profile/thailand/southern_thailand/surat_thani/haad_rin/all/699

    but you cannot book online! do I have to call from Germany to Thailand?!
    can anybody help me?

    #1 Posted: 31/7/2008 - 03:12

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  • chrispyrolls

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    as there seems no other way to contact them (website / email) then calling them is the only option... or try googling them to see if they have a site but it's just not listed here

    #2 Posted: 31/7/2008 - 03:57

  • somtam2000

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    We list all the details we have for them -- so if you find they've now got a website, pls let me know and I'll add it in. Otherwise, as it stands now, telephone is the only option -- if you've got Skype on your computer it shouldn't cost too much, though bear in mind not all places take reservations in advance -- they may work on a walk-in basis only.

    #3 Posted: 31/7/2008 - 06:49

  • julia89

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    okay, thanks!
    I could not find a website, but a call to thailand is very cheap, assumed that you use the right prefix, so I am going to call them and book a bungalow...

    #4 Posted: 31/7/2008 - 18:10

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    Well if the call is cheap there's no harm trying, but as Somtam says many budget places don't take bookings.

    Even if they say yes you may not get the room... they prefer to give a room to someone who's actually there rather than keep a room for someone who might not turn up.

    Plus you are going to what seems like a popular good value place in Had Rin...for the Full Moon Party?

    Your best bet would be to get there several days beforehand I think.

    #5 Posted: 1/8/2008 - 04:45

  • richahiker

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    Hi

    Need some info on Thailand-Please help

    1) Im planning to travel to thailand from India next month.Would like to know if it is safe for women to travel alone.

    2) Considering this is the off season, which places can be recommended.

    3) My travel plan is fo 15 days, and want to stay at cheap and best accomodation.Whivh place in bagkok would be cheap, safe and centarl

    4) My itineary consist of Bangkok,Phuket/Pattaya, Koh Sumai and Chaiang Mai.
    My interest is to shop in bankok, see around, go to some nice happening beach and also sone calm qnt to go to Tiger Moa beach. Would also want to go to Tiger Monastery and see some jungles, waterfall.

    Could anyone please suggest me that how should i follow these and how should i plan my itineary so can cover these places.

    If these places are not safe enough for september montth then what could be the options.

    It would be a budget travel.

    Please help

    Thanx
    Richa

    #6 Posted: 1/8/2008 - 17:33

  • SBE

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    I answered you already on another thread Richa!

    #7 Posted: 1/8/2008 - 20:47

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