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*INFO REQUEST TO THAI FORUMERS FOR MY VACATIONS PLEASEEE

PostPosted: Mon Jan 13, 2020 5:41 pm
by marston
HI GUYS. I PLAN TO TRAVEL FROM MY COUNTRY TO THAILAND ON VACATIONS. I'VE ALWAYS WANTED TO VISIT THIS COUNTRY FOR THE FOOD, THE PEOPLE THE CITIES. I WILL VISIT BANGKOK BUT WANT TO GO TO ANOTHER CITY (WITH A BEACH IF POSSIBLE) WHAT WOULD YOU RECOMEND? I'VE HEARD PATAYYA IS CLOSE BUT ON INTERNET THEY SACRED ME BECAUSE OF PROSTITUTION ISSUES SO I DONT KNOW IF ITS TRUE AND WHERE TO GO.


PLEASE THAI FRIENDS I WOULD APPRECIATTE SOME INFO. HUGS!!!!

Re: *INFO REQUEST TO THAI FORUMERS FOR MY VACATIONS PLEASEEE

PostPosted: Mon Jan 13, 2020 11:45 pm
by beautywatchnyc

Visit Chiang Mai to the North. The climate is balmy similar to that of Baguio's throughout the year. You can hop on a commuter train to the northern most city of Chang Rai but the trip emanating from BKK is quite long. You can arrange your flight via Thai Airways or Thai Air Asia. Koh Samoi is a fascinating tourist destination in the south. Phuket beckons. Chatuchak Weekend Market is a prime location for cheap buys. Anywhere you go, street food is plentiful just as well as rated restos and ordinary eateries that cater to mass tourist markets. Like Filipinos, malling is a huge past time among the Thais. Jewelry is good investment and Bangkok is world-renowned for its diamond cutting business coming close 2nd to Antwerp in the Netherlands. Enjoy the nite life and the nite markets. You don't have to go far. The tri-areas of Patpong, Suriwong, Silom is just within your reach. Just be wary of the bugaws and the peddlers of meat. The crocodile farm is not too far away from the city center. Chao Phraya cruise is an experience not to be missed. "Sawadee khap .... sabai sabai" as they say in Thai. Enjoy!

Re: *INFO REQUEST TO THAI FORUMERS FOR MY VACATIONS PLEASEEE

PostPosted: Tue Jan 14, 2020 12:55 pm
by marston
beautywatchnyc wrote:
Visit Chiang Mai to the North. The climate is balmy similar to that of Baguio's throughout the year. You can hop on a commuter train to the northern most city of Chang Rai but the trip emanating from BKK is quite long. You can arrange your flight via Thai Airways or Thai Air Asia. Koh Samoi is a fascinating tourist destination in the south. Phuket beckons. Chatuchak Weekend Market is a prime location for cheap buys. Anywhere you go, street food is plentiful just as well as rated restos and ordinary eateries that cater to mass tourist markets. Like Filipinos, malling is a huge past time among the Thais. Jewelry is good investment and Bangkok is world-renowned for its diamond cutting business coming close 2nd to Antwerp in the Netherlands. Enjoy the nite life and the nite markets. You don't have to go far. The tri-areas of Patpong, Suriwong, Silom is just within your reach. Just be wary of the bugaws and the peddlers of meat. The crocodile farm is not too far away from the city center. Chao Phraya cruise is an experience not to be missed. "Sawadee khap .... sabai sabai" as they say in Thai. Enjoy!





THANK YOU!!!! VERY MUCH. BOOKING TO KOH SAMUI :)