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Safe Booking for train tickets

Posted by Renee2383 on 29/11/2006 at 21:30

Hello guys,
I am about to book tickets for Bkk Surat Thani & Bkk Chiang Mai on Traveller2000. They require you to fill in a form and fax your credit card and passport to them. I found the company on the seat61 website and it says they are a reputable company. I was just wondering if anyone else had used them and could vouch for them? Also, is this safe to do a booking this way? many thanks

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Posted by exacto on 30/11/2006 at 10:57

Hi Re,

I haven't used the Traveller2000 company so I can't comment on them. Sorry. At the suggestion of a fellow travelfisher, I used the Charlie Connection Travel and Tour at http://www.travelconnecxion.com/ to book my train tickets in advance for last summer's trip. Everything was done over the internet. I had to provide passport details and credit card info via a secure webserver, but I didn't need to fax anything. Once the bookings were completed, I just dropped by their office near KSR to pick up the tix.

I noticed that Somtam mentioned this company to you in a previous post of yours asking about booking train tickets in advance too. I hope this info is useful. Cheers.

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Posted by Renee2383 on 30/11/2006 at 21:11

hey thanks exacto. I checked out this website before. I will give it a look and compare the price of the other one. Thanks for all the info, it really is helpful to hear another persons perspective on companies they have used.

thx
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Posted by Renee2383 on 1/12/2006 at 23:47

So, i checked out travelconnecxion and they don't have the ticket i need. So i filled out and faxed all the forms to traveller2000, and i am now just waiting for confirmation..repy. Will see how it goes. :)

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Posted by CunningMcFar on 4/12/2006 at 22:16

We used Traveller2000 from home last year to book overnight train from BKK>Nong Khai, as it was near Songkran and were worried that the train might book out when we needed to travel. Totally reliable and professional, the tix were waiting for us when we checked into our BKK hotel. I felt it was worth the service charge (I think it was 200 baht) for the peace of mind of having tix in hand when we arrived in BKK.

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Posted by Renee2383 on 5/12/2006 at 20:31

Hey Cunning thanks that is good to hear. I booked with them as well, and I agreee they are very professional and helpful. I pick up my tickets when I arrive next week.

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