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I'm doing a 3-week journey across Thailand and am tempted to make a pitstop at Koh Sok national park and stay in a treehouse. BUT I'm pretty terrified of snakes. I really don't want to miss out on a once-in-a-lifetime experience to sleep/do excursions in the jungle, but I want to make sure I'm not setting myself up for failure. I'm SURE I'll see one...but can anyone talk to me about the likelihood of it hurting me, poisonous snakes in the area, or how to protect against them coming into your…
never been to Ko Jum and want to head there in 3 weeks. Any personal recommodiations from you which place (or which beach) is the nicest one to stay? I am looking for a swimmable beach also at low tide and a relaxed, friendly backpacker athmosphere where one can let the days go by swinging in a hammock :-)
Is it easy to arrange a transfer between BKK and DMK airports (both ways) by public transportation?
How many time should I allow for this trip?
Have you, folks, already arrived in BKK and took the onward flight from DMK in the same day or the day after?
Hello folks! After spending hours over my Moon Thailand guide and Thorn Tree forum, realized Id have to jump in and ask your advice. A friend and I land in Bangkok November 18 and we want to experience some beautiful quiet Thai beaches (kayaking, snorkeling, hiking) the less of a party scene the better. We only have about 4 days as we are planning to visit Chiang Mai as well, so we seek a beach that is relatively accessible -- doesn't have to be an island, though day trips would be fun.
We will be staying in Si Saket town in early December. What is the best way to get to Siem Reap? Other websites are very vague , only hinting at taxis, buses etc. Any firm and recent advise would be appreciated
Me and my boyfriend are looking for a calm island to go to around mid november.
We've been looking at ko tarutao for the moment, whatdo you think? ko phi phi sounded nice but it's seems to be a bit touristy. We'd like a place were we can chill, no partying no nights out just beaching, relaxing maybe some snorkeling. Does anybody have a good address to stay at with good beds not too expensive maybe a bingalow over looking the sea?! lol I might be asking too much!
I'm currently in thailand with my boyfriend who has caught dengue fever in leoi.
The dr. said there had been some cases in leoi but i'm not sure if he meant in leoi province or in the actual city leoi ( as we've been to both!) Just wanted to warn you as it's a horrible fever and he's still suffering after 6 days so protect yourselves from mosquito's especially in jungly areas!!!