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Trip to Thailand

edited December 2011 in - Thailand

I have been thinking about going to Thailand next year. I was wondering if somebody can point me in a right direction. Maybe go there for 2 weeks. Not sure what palce i want to go to thought. I would love to have a tour during day time to see the attractions, diffferent aspects of Thailand culture, but during night time I want plain and simply go out to the bars and just explore place on my own. Maybe stay in 2 or 3 different towns. Can anybody give me a good website, ot just talk about their experiences and what particular cities I might like. Also, give me a price range on how much this all might cost. Thank you!


  • edited December 2011
    Why not blend two completely different places to get the most out of what Thailand has to offer? You could mix a week at a fully catered, private pool
    villa in the countryside where you will experience the true heart of the Thais'
    Thailand, with a week by the sea in a tourism-orientated destination such as
    Phuket, Samui or Pattaya.
    Holiday villas in the rural northeast near Udon Thani include the rural Thai pool villa Gecko Villa at and Green Gecko, a classically designed Thai pool villa at, whilst you will find a variety of places to stay in the tourism centres at - they also have a link to a site where
    you can check the best industry discounted prices at Thailand hotels & resorts over all budgets to get an idea of cost at
  • edited 6:45PM
    Hi.... Also planning to visit Thailand and have a big file on all the stuff we want to do!!! go have a look at :
    Some good tours to enjoy and you can tailor make and fit as you wish.
    Good fishing close to Ao nang - Gillhams Fishing resort...(canned monster catfish)
    We planned to fly to Phuket...spend 3 days and visit Kao Sok national park. Very good overnight in 30m high tree-houses and then sleeping on the floating houses Cheow Larn Lake. Then moving on to Ao Nang....spending 6 days while visiting surrounding beaches and islands. Then moving on to Koh Lanta. Diving here we heard was good? Spending 3 of so days on these islands and then transfer to Trang flying back to Bankok for the big shopping before you go back. Visiting the Tiger temple, rose garden,floating markets, while in Bangkok. Do hope you enjoy. We will plan another 2 years. Taking the kids with and just waiting for the little one to get a little bit more mature.....Enjoy!! Nicolene - South Africa
  • edited 6:45PM
    I am a lady who wants to visit Thailand for the following reasons:

    1. To play a gholf tournament in Bankok and
    2. To buy stock for a new gholf shop I want to open at our gholf club in our town.

    Can someone please give me some information which way to go without using expensive "middle persons" in this shopping event.
  • edited February 2012
    There are lots of interesting things to do & to visit in Thailand.

    Not sure what kind of holidays you are looking for... hope my suggestions help you :):)
    Natural recreation: Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Phuket (Phi Phi, Similan), Krabi, Samui, Satun
    Historical Area (Old temple, old cities) Bangkok. Ayutthaya, Kranchanaburi, Sukhothai
    Local life: Chiang Mai, Samut Songkram (Amphawa Floating Market), Rayong (Fruit garden visit)
    Adventure (Elephant riding, White Water Rafting, ect): Chiang Mai, Kranchanaburi
    ThailandToDo! activities: Cooking class, Boxing class, Massage class, Meditation, Spa & relaxing, Health check-up --> Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Phuket
  • edited February 2012
    Useful information about weather forecast of Thailand 2012

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