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Just planning our itinerary for my trip to Thailand and we are going to spend 3 days in Ko Phi Phi.
We want to party and have a great time but it looks like we will be there Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday (leaving Thursday morning)
We are not sure if the Bars/clubs are going to be busy due to not being the weekend or if they are just as busy on Tuesday night?
Should I re-arrange the itinerary?
My husband and I are planning on travelling from Phitsanulok to Ayutthaya by bus but we are having trouble finding information online.
Has anybody done this route before? We would really appreciate hearing about your experiences, ease of access, time and cost.
Thank you so much
I'm going to visit Railay and Koh Lipe in late November as I've been to then before and loved it. Having travelled through the trang islands I want to now stay a night or 2 on one of them to break the journey up. Koh Ngai looked the nicest. Close up, but which trang Island is best for a cool vibe, snorkeling/swimming, nice resorts with decent food.
I'm looking for a nice chilled out town to visit as part of me and my partners 3rd visit to the region. Would Chiang Mai offer a similar experience to Siem Reap? As in a nice chilled out vibe, friendly people, slower pace of life, things to see and places to go out at night? Tempted to go back to Siem Reap as I loved it so much, it made you feel so special to be there but kinda think I should go somewhere else
Where else would people recommend?
So first-time Thailand traveller looking for a few general tips. I'm flying into Bangkok on the 17th September. Flying out again on the 30th, so I'm hoping to do about a week of jungle and a week of beach with a plan of visiting the Elephant Nature Park in the middle.
I'm not keen on spending any time in BKK so likely heading straight toward Chiang Mai, but I've heard there's a good overland route to be had, visiting a few sights along the way. If anyone has tips on good travel options (I've…
Can anyone recommend a hostel in Chiang Mai?
I am a solo traveller, so looking for something in a central location with a bar or great social atmosphere to meet people. Don't mind large dorm rooms etc.
Any recommendations would be super useful!
We are going to BKK in mid October - start november and our plan was to take the bus down south and stay in Koh Chang and Koh Kut/Koh Mak. Very simple. Well, many people has now suggested me not to go to Koh Chang in October. Koh Chang should be very rainy and the smaller boats between the Islands dosent run, so trips between Islands becomes complicated. Its interesting as the high season rates starts from 1st October in many hotels and hotels are not cheap on Koh Chang or the Islands.