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Hellfire Pass

Posted by BruceMoon on 2/8/2009 at 18:35

I recently read that part of Hellfire Pass has been closed due to a rockslide - though the other part remains open. Those intending visiting the site may be reminded that while part is off limits the remainder is still a salutory reminder to how our freedom was achieved. Cheers ...

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What is the Thai translation for 'vegetarian'?

Posted by shazhippychild on 21/6/2009 at 02:39

Does somebody know what the Thai translation is for: "NO MEAT! I am a vegetarian!" I'm going to Thailand for the first time, but am a bit nervous of the food situation....I need to get the message that I am a vegetarian across loud and clear! Would greatly appreciate anyone's help! Peace, Shaz ...

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3 weeks in Thailand - must see things/itinerarys would help

Posted by livethedream86 on 27/7/2009 at 21:46

Hey, Travelling with my bf for 3 weeks to Thailand before we head onto New Zealand. With the little time we have I'm trying to plan some sort of itineary. Any suggestions. We have a moderate budget and are open to any ideas. Thanks a mil xx ...

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Too many places, too little time. Angkor, Ayutthaya, Sukhothai

Posted by SybilVane on 31/7/2009 at 06:17

Hi all, I'm still working on my itinerary (and with two more months to go, I bet there will be many changes made). Lately I've been struggling with the thought that I might be trying to do too much, and I might need to leave some places for the next visit. For reference: I'll be traveling for a month, mainly in Thailand, with a bit of Cambodia and Laos. I'll be spending three days exploring Angkor. This is the part that is set in stone. But now I'm wondering if maybe I should give up ...

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Northern Thailand - must see places?

Posted by livethedream86 on 30/7/2009 at 04:34

Hey, Will be travelling up north in October and we only have around 5 days. What are the must see places/things to do. Moderate budget and we both 23. Thanks ...

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Khao Sok in August?

Posted by susanah on 30/7/2009 at 12:24

I will be travelling to Thailand with my 10 and 12 year old boys. They want to see the jungle, but I'm wondering if it will be way to rainy to have fun next month? I also read about flash floods. I don't want to be paranoid, but if it's going to be way too soggy there, I'd rather just spend more time in Koh Tao, where we'll go next. Should we catch a ferry from Surat Thani to Koh Tao, or go to Chumphon and go to Koh Tao? What's the fastest way? Any recommendations for a budget/moderat ...

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Where to store your bags on arrival?

Posted by koenoosterbroek on 4/7/2009 at 07:12


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Need help re the different coasts

Posted by jakethedog on 29/7/2009 at 02:44

Trying to get some idea of an itinerary and have the following questions. (4 weeks mid Feb-mid March 2010) What are some of the major differences in islands in the west and east coast on the southern penninisula and the islands on the east coast? I am talking about weather, scenery tourist areas etc. Is it possible to get to the islands off the southwest coast of cambodia from the area of Ko Chang and is it worthwhile to do so in terms of them being that much different than the islands i ...

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advice on must sees and must avoids

Posted by keelyandmark on 28/7/2009 at 00:57

Hi, My husband and I are planning on travelling around thailand for 3 months. We are flying into Bangkok and are planning on doing a round trip to Chaing Mai. Then down to the south. Are there any places that we should go to or must see or places that we should definately avoid. We are looking to avoid the majority of the tourist traps and get a real feel for Thailand. Any advice would be gratefully appreciated! Thanks ...

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Where can I go for a 'countryside walk' near Bangkok?

Posted by mangoboy on 20/7/2009 at 16:14

Does anyone know of anywhere near Bangkok where one can go for a 'countryside walk'? i.e. two or three hours strolling through anything which is not concrete and glass. Trees, canals, riverside, jungle, paddys, plantations etc. ...

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full moon accomadation

Posted by matt89 on 27/7/2009 at 23:05

apologies as this has been covered many times before, im just debating whether to book ahead for the sept full moon party or not. i can arrive 3 days in advance of the party i would be looking to stay somewere on haad rin. ideally ...

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Phanom Rung stone castle

Posted by silviar on 29/3/2009 at 14:03

anybody knows, if buses from Buriram to Chantaburi + sawngthaews from Ban Ta Ko to Phanom Rung are working in the early morning(between 3-6pm)? wana go there friday form Bkk to see the sunrise on the 4th of April...anybody else has the same plan? ...

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Multiple Entry Visa for Thailand

Posted by sevi87 on 20/7/2009 at 12:19

I need to get a multiple entry visa for Thailand. I already got the 30 Day Tourist Visa twice. I am going to Laos this Wednesday and wanted to drop off my passport at the Thai Embassy in Vietnaine but I would leave Laos on a Sunday so I cannot pick my Passport up. Is there any way to get a Multiple Entry Visa on the same day if I pay extra or an Agency which can do it for me? I have already gotten two 30days Visa which expires August 6th and I am staying until September 18th. I have a German ...

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Help with Southern Thailand Itinerary

Posted by luchy1309 on 23/7/2009 at 14:18

Hello! I have been using Travelfish itineraries all through my trip in SEA, and have been wonderful. However,now I need a bit of help with planning my trip to the Islands in Thailand. I am flying from Hanoi to Bangkok the night of the 28th of July and have till the 26th of August to explore the islands. I want to go to both sides of the southern islands. The islands I would like to visit are Phi Phi, Lanta, perhaps Riley. And on the Andaman Coast Samui, Tao, and perhaps Phangan. What ...

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Where to go in early September

Posted by balibutterfly on 25/7/2009 at 08:33

My husband and I are traveling to Thailand in early September, spending a few days in Bangkok and then we will have a week where we would like to visit another part of Thailand. Mostly we are looking for somewhere with good weather, nice restaurants and quality massage and a place to stay where we won't feel too crowded and won't be affected by noise in the evenings. At the moment we are considering Chiang Mai or Ko Samet but are open to suggestions. We have already visited Samui. ...

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Honeymoon in the islands

Posted by brinner on 18/2/2009 at 20:54

Hi, We are going to Thailand for 3 weeks on our honeymoon in July. We've been in Thailand before but never got to do the islands, we went North to Chiang Mai and into Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia. Because it's July and rainy season we are going to go to Ko Samui, Ko Tao & Ko Pha Ngan. Does anyone have good recommendations of resorts on these islands that cater for honeymoons? ...

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I knew they were pretty stupid but...

Posted by Jon_Mak_Mak on 27/4/2009 at 23:03 seems that Thailand is making it very difficult for tourists as of late, and considering how much money they get (and scam) out of tourist it all seems more stupid. Visa changes, bank charges, riots?!! Not quite as appealing as it was a few years ago is it. Anyway, I’m planning my trip there with my wife and baby to meet her grand parents in January next year so I don’t think I will book anything to far in advance now. Let wait and see what else happens.  ...

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Where to stay in Bangkok?

Posted by sophieee on 24/7/2009 at 01:02

Hey! Just trying to find a decent place to stay in Bangkok in August. Has anyone any advice on where they have stayed or know of somewhere? Ideally it would be about $8ish a night but as we're only staying 2 nights, somewhere close to the main sites. Thanks x ...

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Indie-kid shopping list

Posted by sinstone on 22/7/2009 at 19:40

hey boys and girls, indie kid here looking to buy a couple of things in Thailand, notably Bangkok. can anyone help finding the following: - plugs (earrings) of 0 gauge size - big thick black rim glasses (broke mine) - nice designer tshirts from Thai designers (not too expensive) anything i shouldn't miss out on buying at the night markets? thanks heaps people! paul ...

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Suan Lum Night Market is it still there?

Posted by kkswan on 23/7/2009 at 16:11

Saw an article on Asia Web Direct that Suan Lum Night Market has closed down since April 2006. Is this true? Was thinking of heading there for some street shopping. Can someone let me know if this is true? If this is true can anyone recommend some good night market around Bangkok area. Appreciate all the responds I can get. -- Kkswan ...

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