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9 day trip through Thailand

Posted by sushrai on 30/4/2010 at 18:23

Myself and a friend are planning our first trip to thailand. We have drafted a tentative route and need as many suggestions as possible on how to change it or whetehr its fine. We are travelling in first week of November.
We will be arriving in Bangkok intenational airport -
1) Bangkok (2day) -
floating market ( 1 day ) - if possible night market same night
Chatuchak Market in Bangkok (1day)

Combined train+bus to Krabi
2) Krabi Beach (2 day) :
Arrive and beach/island hoping
again water sports

ferry ride to phi phi island (2hrs)

3) Phi Phi Beach (2day)
Arrive and beach/island hoping
again water sports last day leave back to Phuket and fly back to bangkok

4) take a ferry back to Krabi and bus back to Bangkok

Relax in Bangkok - see local city and catch an evening international flight back .
Can you please suggest any places that we should not miss along the route or how i can improve my plan

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Posted by Tilapia on 30/4/2010 at 21:58


There is still quite a bit of rain down around Krabi at that time of the year. I'd see what the weather is like when you arrive and, if it's not too good down there, consider going to one of the islands in Trat province (Chang, Mak, Wai.)

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Posted by yogakhaolak on 1/5/2010 at 09:39

You should be fine weather wise by November. There may be a few showers but most of the heavy rain should stop by then.
As for what to see, I dont think you will have time for much more.

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