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We'd like to leave our dates open for leaving Thailand but might need that onward ticket. Can anyone give me an exit point in Thailand and entry into ??? for the cheapest possible journey and the name of a bus company I can book online with. That way I can print out the proof of leaving the kingdom.
I will be staying in Thailand in February and I will be flying into Phuket, but I have no desire to stay in Phuket. I want to stay in Krabi. The problem is that my plane arrives at around midnight, so I will have to sleep in Phuket the first night.
I know that my friend and I want to go to the Similan Islands and there are day trips that go from Phuket and Krabi. Does anyone know if it is possible to do a day tour from Phuket, bring one's luggage, do the Similan Island tour, then…
Hey I'm 25 year old male from United States and I'm traveling to Thailand for the first time from oct10-oct25 .. traveling solo so it'd b nice if anyone else was going to b in Thailand around the same time ,, I'm open minded to a lot of things , I want to do mostly sight seeing and have fun .. I will b staying in hostels/guesthouses budget friendly places but open for new ideas
I will be arriving in Bangkok on October 11. I will need to buy a new SIM card but this time I want internet included. I usually use the AIS desk at the airport.
Can anyone give me any info on the best deal for my two week visit.
So I have about 5 hours -- from approx 7 pm to midnight -- in Bangkok between flights. Would it be possible to go into the city, to drive by a temple or two, to grab a drink at the Oriental hotel? Is this at all doable?
I transferred £100 on the internet to somebody in Thailand and they only got 41 baht to the pound. The rate quoted today on the internet is 45.6. In fact at no time since Brexit has it dropped below 44. Most of the time being up around 46 or 47.
What are people being quoted on the ground in Thailand? 10% commission seems a bit steep to me. The UK bank's commission is charged separately so not included.