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Krabi or Phi Phi and Khao yai....

Posted by NewbieC on 8/10/2009 at 13:54

Hello We're going to be in Thailand for about 12 days (mid to end of Feb) at the beginning of our trip of SE Asia. For about 6 days would you recommend going to Phi Phi and staying there or rather going to Krabi and doing day trips from there (we want to do relaxing on the beach and also some activities)?? Also is Khao Yai Park worth a visit and if so how long do you reckon. Wow...I'm SO excited - don't know how I'm going to last till Feb! Thanks guys ...

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Flooding in Bangkok

Posted by Tilapia on 7/10/2009 at 06:09

Just an FYI for anyone heading to Bangkok sometime in the near future ... ...

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6/7 weeks in thailand/cambodia & vietnam

Posted by chivers on 7/10/2009 at 17:01

We'll be travelling out in early january - arriving in bangkok we're we will stay for 3 days then to chaing maifor 3 days, from chaing mai we wish to head to siam reap, phom penh then ho chi minh & then its back through thailand to the south to visit islands ko samui etc. It seems the train is most viable for most journeys. Whats our best option coming back from vietman heading to surat thani & apart from what i've mentioned is there anywhere else we should give our time to, especially in cambod ...

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Phuket to Ko Chang

Posted by Prototype on 4/12/2008 at 09:01

G'day all. I'm heading down to Phuket in a couple of weeks, then we're heading up to Ko Chang way around 3rd of Jan. What would be the best / cheapest way to get up there? Again, many thanks for all your help. Peace. - Jez ...

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3 weeks in Thailand/Cambodia - advice on draft itinerary please...

Posted by slordan on 24/8/2009 at 21:40

I am planning a trip to Thailand and Cambodia at the end of October. Here is a draft itinerary but I’m not too sure if I’m trying to fit too much in. Any advice would be appreciated. This is my first back packing trip. Arrive in Bangkok Saturday evening - Stay two nights Monday, leave for Kanchanaburi – stay 2 nights Wednesday – get back to Bangkok and fly to Phnom Penh , Cambodia – stay 3 nights Saturday – depart Phnom Penh for Siam Reap - Stay in Siam Reap for 3 nig ...

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Northern Thailand and Laos: itenerary advice

Posted by bellatrx on 6/10/2009 at 12:52

My boyfriend and I will be traveling through northern Thailand and Laos (with a side trip to Angkor Wat) for a month this Oct/Nov. We are in our late 20s and are excited about seeing cities, eating delicious food, wandering and hiking around, and getting to practice Thai (I can read s-l-o-w-l-y, and have been learning some vocab in preparation for the trip). Some combination of the awesome things that happen to be on the tourist trail ( Chiang Mai , Angkor Wat) and more off-trail things (Nan? ...

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Thai Festivals

Posted by exacto on 6/10/2009 at 07:36

Here's a list of Thai holidays and festivals I put together a long time ago. Lots of the festivals and holidays follow the lunar calendar, so they won’t necessarily fall on the exact same day every year. During major holiday periods, like International New Year’s or the Songran Festival, all forms of transportation are booked solid, so plan ahead. You can also check the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) website to see if anything is on during your visit. It's at: http://www.tat. ...

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Phuket Town

Posted by virusvaleria on 18/8/2009 at 13:35

i booked 3 nites in Phuket Twon during xmas. Any tips on what to see/do? and how to get over to Phi Phi Island from there (or other islands for that matter)? thanks heaps ...

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Koh Lanta - Merry Hut

Posted by alexlazarus on 5/10/2009 at 16:55

Hi All, Does anyone know if Lanta Merry Hut are still around? I've emailed numerous times and no reply - is it better to call? And are they trust worthy with reservation in advance? Also, does anyone have any experience of Red Snapper's new bungalows? They are set back fromthe beach in what looks like a field, but is described as a garden setting. they look nice, but i have no idea about the surroudings... Cheers in advance, A ...

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koh samet lodgings with a child

Posted by lampyclip on 3/10/2009 at 21:18

HI - we will be in Samet for 5 days end oct and have a 6 yr old son so we are looking for hotel/guest house that is not in an area too lively at night, and with a safe beach for daytime sandcastle building. We also want a house/bungalow with a varanda or outside area so that when the monster goes to bed we can sit out and chill without disturbing him yet still be very very close. Budget no more than 2500Bht/night & we like 'typical' (not europeanised modern if you see what I mean!),, Can anybo ...

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Koh Lanta accommodation

Posted by lineborella on 3/10/2009 at 21:58

Me and my boyfriend are going to Koh Lanta start Nov. Looking for a place to stay but I´m getting quiet confused now browsing around all these opportunities. Budget: 1600-3000 THB What beach is the best? What resort/hotel/bungalow is the best? Any recommendations? We are looking for a place that is quiet, but not too quiet. Rather young people than too many children, nice bars and rest, sandy beach... Looking forward to receiving your recommendations. ...

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Views on Phimai Festival - itinerary help needed

Posted by RuthJ on 30/9/2009 at 22:07

Hello I feel a bit like a kid with all the sweeties! We're going to Thailand and I love it there (been many times to many places - it's my childhood nostalgic holiday place!) and there's just so many places I want to go - some I knew about some I've stumbled across on the internet whilst looking for things this time round. But I'm worried we're going to try and do too much and metaphorically make ourselves sick on too many sweets. So some itinerary help is needed please! Having read ...

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Bangkok internation airport to Ban Phe by taxi

Posted by Lizzie26 on 28/9/2009 at 18:20

Any recommendations for a reasonably priced, comfortable trip return from Bangkok international airport to ferry for Ko Samet? ...

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Mae Sot

Posted by syzafar on 10/4/2007 at 09:33

hi, anyone have any suggestions for place to stay in mae sot for 6 weeks? because of the long stay, it needs to be a little more than a mattress on the floor (so, not Guesthouse No. 4), but reasonably priced. thanks! ...

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Pattaya, yes or no?

Posted by greenman42 on 29/9/2009 at 18:27

Firstly, let me thank the Somtam's for this site. I only discovered it a week or two ago and already have learned so much useful information. I am planning my second trip to Thailand in Dec. My first was with two friends through Phuket, Phi Phi, Samui and Koh Panghan. I had planned to go on to Bangkok and Chang Mai, but ended up returning to Samui for another week. They went on. The thought of cities after islands and beaches did not appeal to me. This trip I'll be probably be travelling alon ...

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full moon party dates?

Posted by jasonkim8486 on 2/10/2009 at 07:20

when are the exact dates for the FM party in the months of december and january? ...

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Bangkok to Ko Phangan

Posted by Andreph on 1/10/2009 at 02:12

I arrive in Bangkok at midnight on January 22nd I am want to check out the FMP on the 30th on Ko Phangan. According to the info I have gathered it is best to arrive 4-5 days before the party. To find accommodations, that being the case, should I just book a train when I arrive for the following night? Or should I take a day train down there. I want to the cheapest way possible. Also – traveling on a budget, looking for a bungalow, nothing fancy just a place to lock my bag, and a bed to sle ...

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help! Landing in Thailand Oct 7......

Posted by AmandaDawn85 on 1/10/2009 at 00:03

I checked the weather pages and basically it seems like it's rainy everywhere in October.. is this true? Myself and my friend are landing in Bangkok and someone suggested taking a train to Laos right away and thus avoiding having to pay accomadation in Bangkok because you can sleep on the train. Does anyone have any suggestions on where to go/stay during October do avoid rain? Thank you! ...

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Thai Rail Pass... Unlimited train use for 20 days

Posted by think87 on 1/10/2009 at 00:41 Anyone know if this is still valid? Can I seriously get unlimited train use for 3000 baht? ...

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Between Nong Khai and Ayyutthaya

Posted by Architeuthis on 30/9/2009 at 03:23

Hi there. I´m travelling Laos during Feb2009 going around LP and heading south to Vientiane and later to Nong Khai/Thailand. Further on I´m planning to slowly go across Thailand (by train) back to Bangkok taking a look at Ayyuthhaya on the way. What are your opinions about places which are on the way and worth taking a peek at? Please post your suggestions, anything from scenic landscape to great temples and everyday life... thanks A ...

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