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…
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After spending two weeks in Myanmar, my bf will be heading to southern Thailand for two weeks before heading to Siem Reap.
5 nights on Ko Tao for our OW certification
3 nights Railay
3 nights Lanta?
Looking for some advice on which destinations in which order make the most sense for us, knowing that we need to get to Siem Reap next.
Because Tao and Railay are both so touristy, we really want to spend the rest of our time at more laid back locales. I really like Lanta but…
I would like to attend a several day weaving course in Thailand in September October. I am interested in all types of weaving and natural dying. I found a few on line but wondered if anyone can recommend one.
Thanks for your help.
Hello fellow travellers,
Spending 3 weeks in Thailand in oktober.
Intenary is, bangkok, ayuthaya, khao lak (if the conditions Are right for diving), khao sok and koh tao (also diving).
Wanne go hiking, canoeing and doing more fun stuff in khao sok.
My question is, does krabi bring something extra to the table?
Love to hear from you.
Some good news for people who need to go to Suvaranbhumi Airport from Southern Bangkok. Starting from 1st September, Bus A3 will operate between BTS Udon Suk and the airport. Stops along the way include Bang Na intersection, Central Bang Na, Lotus KM8 and King Kaew intersection. Tickets are only 30 Baht. Operating time is 6 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.
I am unable to book online using the Bangkok Airways website as I cannot seem to enter a phone number that the booking form will accept. This is getting really annoying and I have tried everything from Thai to English numbers with different amounts of digits, area codes, international codes, everything. Has anyone booked with them online before?
The form is constructed like this - One drop down menu for Home, Mobile, etc. One drop down menu for country area code (Thailand +66) etc. Then one…
I arrive in BKK at 12:45 on Egyptair. Do you think I could connect to Thai Smile 14:50 to Phuket? I will have to go through security, collect bags and check in again. Is that do-able in 2 hours? I will have my husband and a toddler with me