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Thorn Tree has been super beneficial for me when I first started travelling and I wanted to pay it forward by helping you all out and writing up to date guides after just spending a lot of time in Southeast Asia! (suitable for both solo travellers and groups!)
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I was stung (my fault) when I arrived in Bangkok from the north and took a tut tut to my hostel. Now, I will be coming back up from Phuket, arriving at the Southern Bus Terminal, and want to get to a hostel in the Khaosan Road area. I will have a bike and all my touring gear. Suggestions on the best way to do this please? Rough cost?
I will be in Chiang Rai and headed to Pai. Are here frequent direct buses between the two towns? Do I have to take a bus to Chiang Mai and then another to Pai? is it in the same bus terminal? How long is the journey? How comfortable are the buses? I flew in and out of Chiang Mai a few years ago but did not get a chance to take buses.
Thanks in advance for your tips.
I am hoping you can help.
I am planning a marriage proposal during the day and would really appreciate some restaurant recommendations in Chiang Mai for that evening.
Are there any restaurants you can think of that would be perfect for celebrating a hopeful 'yes'? I don't have a budget in mind; it's more about the experience and the food rather than how much it costs. I'm open to different food genres as well. I'm really looking forward to being able to experience an amazing…
Asked this question a few years ago, maybe someone has updated advice.
Looking for a hotel in Bangkok, close to center where we can have breakfast in open air.
Stayed many times at Chatrium riverside. Very nice hotel, if possible a hotel closer to the center of town.
Around a 100 $. Cheaper is welcome.
in february I will travel the first time to Thailand.
The long distance flights between Europe & BKK are already booked. Arrival is 2.02.17 and departure date 22.02.17.
The flight from BKK to Chiang Mai is also already booked.
I'm interested in culture, landscape, hiking, outdoor activities, semi professional photographing, food and....of course beaches. ;)
What do you think about the following traveling idea.
Flight to Chiang Mai
05.-10.02. Chiang Mai
Flight to Krabi