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Samed Grandview Resort: 1 room (2 people) Free 3 Days from this Monday 25 July (checkout Thursday 28th noon).
We have paid in full for this room but now cannot go! Please contact Brian on [removed] and I will request name change into yours (which you can then confirm direct with hotel). I am doing this because I resent the 'non-refundable" term of my booking and would like someone (anyone!) to have the benefit.
We are traveling to Bangkok next week and trying to figure out the best place to stay. We are a family with one teenage son, so the backpacker neighborhood doesn't seem quite right for us. However, we would prefer not to be stuck in a corporate area. What do you suggest?
Hi all. First off, just wanted to thank this awesome group. It's been really helpful when reseraching for my upcoming trip. This is my first time traveling and I'm really excited! Hoping to use couchsurfing.com and book a few accommodations on the ilsand a head of time, and then the rest as I go since others have stated on this forum that it won’t be an issue.
Still figuring out costs, but my traveling companion has asked the trip to not exceed 1600 USD. I’m such a neophyte when it comes to…
i'm wondering, if it is mandatory to hire a guide or go with an organized tour in Thai national parks. I have found some conflicting information on this. Particularly i am interested in the situation in kaeng krachan. Do i really have to take a guide / go with an organized tour or is it ok to explore the park on my own?
Thanks in advance for any information.
I'm going to stay in Thailand later this year, and am booking some accommodation. I only have three nights in Bangkok (over a weekend), and plan on visiting the Grand Palace, Wat Pho, Bangkok Art and Cultural Centre and the National Museum. I am also going on a daytrip to Ayutthaya, probably by bus. I am heading to Chiang Mai on a flight on my last day in Bangkok.
I want to stay somewhere convenient for access to these places, but also somewhere near vegan restaurants (I'm vegan!). I…
I will travel around Thailand (Bangkok, Pattaya, Phuket, Ko PhiPhi) from August 12 - 21. Is anybody here can advise me some nice and cozy guest house around those area?
For Bangkok i'm looking for guest house around Khao San road.
Thanks in advance.
I Will Land on Bangkok and then fly to Vietnam back to bkk.
As per new visa regulamentation is not Clear to me if after entering again Thailand I can go to other countries (cambogia and or myanmar) by Land and back again as my international fly back home is from bkk.
Will be a free visa 30 days each time or not?
I am italian.
Thanks to clirify.
Geeting older and even more unorganised than in the past ;) Now with wife and 2 kids (7 & 10 years) ready to jump on the plane from Europe tomorrow and heading for Kho Samui. We are hoping for 6 days of great fun, non tourist-traps attractions, chill out places with a beach and off the beaten track to explore in Kho Samui.(is this possible like Chiang May 25 years ago?) Any positive comments or even suggestions would be appreciated. You guys are doing a great job and we are thankful…