At a glance the changes that have occurred since the original summary are that -
Non visa entry by land or air can now be extended for 30 days for 1900 baht.
Its still the case that G7 passport holders get 30 days when entering by land whereas many other nationalities only get 15 days if they come by land border.
Authorities announced in August / September 2014 that they reserve the right to restrict the number of border runs those without visas can do. But not much evidence of this being…
Trying to do these things in 3 days: Dec 24th afternoon-evening
Dec 25th almost whole day
Dec 26th morning and early afternoon.
But not sure how many temples my family will be interested in, so some we won't visit due to too far and too much of traffic. Also, not all museums either. Trying to cut down on attractions; which are really worth? We hired a guide who will be taking us with public transportation or taxis etc.
Golden buddha (next door to my hotel)
Loy Nava Cruise - Dec 25th, either 6…
Hi. I need some information on buses from Hat Yai to Georgetown in Penang. The train is booked from Hat Zyai to Butterworth so that U.S. not an option. Thanks
I'll be in Thailand for 2nd time on 1st & 2nd Week of March 2015
I need a break from work and Thailand is the best option :)
I am Italian and I looking forward to meet people there to share this experience.
Someone else in the same period?
I'm planning a 2 week holiday with my wife and 6 year old daughter. Flying in to Bangkok on the 26th March.
Just a bit worried about getting accommodation over this busy period. Not sure yet where to go but need a beach and are on a budget.
Any ideas would be most welcome
Thanks in advance
Just seen this THREAD which is now locked in which poster Andie says she was in danger of posting old photos because she couldn't recognize Ko Tao on her visit .
Here you are Andie here is PICTURE of sth part of Ko Tao in 1994.
I've been going to the same dentist (a prosthodontist) in Bangkok for about 15 years. He does very nice work but does not clean teeth very well (not his area of expertise). About 6 months ago, I had my teeth cleaned at Dental World in Chiang Mai and the dentist (who was a periodontist) did a very thorough job using primarily hand tools (similar to the way it's done by dental hygienists in the US).
Can anyone recommend a dentist in Bangkok who does a good job and does it the same way? Thanks!!
We're a party of two married coupes, planning to go to Ko Chang next week. Would be grateful for any suggestions you guys may have for somewhere to stay. Preferences:bungalows, preferably somewhere not too noisy, but within reachable distance of beach, restaurants/bars. ideal budget = 1,500-2,000 THB p/night
With that in mind, also have a couple of questions:
1) any suggestions of a house/villa that can be rented for 3-4 weeks? Would this be cheaper?
2) how likely are we to find…