Please go to post #339 for updated, corrected summary
SUMMARY - Read first before asking new questions.
Before 1995 many nationalities got 15 days non visa entry then it was changed to 30 days . In about 2006 due mainly to concerns about criminals and illegal workers doing border rums a 90 days in 180 days stay limit for non visa entry was introduced . It was discontinued after about 6 months as it was too difficult to administer and it was replaced by a simpler system of only giving 15 days…
We are travelling to Ko Adang in November- to do this we are flying from Bangkok to Hat Yai.
When checking the uk foreign office travel advice thailand it says that Hat Yai is adviced against all but essential travel.
I was wondering if people have had similar concerns and would avoid travelling to Hat Yai on the way to Ko Adang?
I have planned the following schedule for me and my toddler, I've tried to keep it simple with not to much for the toddler but still see some of BKK, sights outside BKK and beach.
Woe 19 nov - 14.30pm arrival BKK
Do 20 nov - BKK
Vrij 21 nov - BKK
Za 22 nov - train to Kanchanaburi
Zo 23 nov - Kanchanaburi - trip to Erawan waterfalls/River Kwai/Elephants (is this ok for 1 day?)
Ma 24 nov - bus back to BKK
Di 25 nov - flight to Phuket
Woe 26 nov - Phuket
Do 27 nov - Phuket
Vrij 28 nov - Phuket
plan to enter Lao from Chongmek later. was wondering the route, said there are buses run directly to Pakse in one tour, but heard they might not waiting for you if you need to do visa on arrival(is it true?), anyways....can someone tell me how easy to get a ride from Ubon Ratchantani to the border? where is the bus locate and depart from Ubon town? do I need to take ferry to cross the border into Laos? and how easy to arrange transportation from the Laos border to Pakse? any details are welcome.…
Hi, Link for travel agencies recommended on FAQ isn't working. Am wanting to buy train tickets in advance & would appreciate any recommendations of agencies that deliver to hotels. Am staying in MRT area 1 stop away from Sukumvit. thanks
From 19 Nov - 2 Dec I will be going to Thailand for 14 days with a toddler of 2,5 years. We will spend a few days in Bangkok before heading a few days to a beach and then return for a few days back to Bangkok before heading home.
I have a few questions:
The first time I went to Thailand (not with children) I stayed at the Bhiman Inn Hotel close to KhaoSan Road. Its a good basic hotel, quiet but within walking distance from KhaoSan Road. I am thinking of booking that hotel again for our stay…
We're spending 7 nights in Samui in March next year, and have narrowed our accommodation selection down to two options:
- Centara Grand Beach Resort Samui
- Poppies Samui
Has anyone stayed at either of these two and can pass on feedback? They're both in Chaweng, they both have fantastic reviews on TripAdvisor, one is a more commercial hotel with loads of restaurants, the other a more 'boutique' option with villas rather than the hotel style...
Thanks in advance!