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Please recommend a travel agency who can handle domestic and international ticketings

by whitegardenia

A friend is making his first solo holiday to Asia from Europe, and has picked to see Bangkok, Phuket and Pattaya.

Please recommend a good travel agency in Bangkok where he can get good advice and buy domestic flight tickets. And if he wants to travel from BKK to Jakarta and Kuala Lumpur -that he can be sure he is getting a good pricing.

Appreciate any recommendation.

Re: Please recommend a travel agency who can handle domestic and international ticketings

by explore_discover

Well there is no need of a travel agent to find good price of airline tickets, you or he can book it online by (cheaper if booked earlier- with a drawback of must travel on those dates)

Pattaya is just couple of hour by Bus from Bangkok and Phuket is 12 hours over night Bus (for Pattaya access directly from Airport is also possible) and Phuket flight can be booked online with a valid credit card.

Alternate, he can take the train from Bangkok to Butterworth in Malaysia and travel onward to Kuala Lumpur by Bus and take the airasia flight to Jakarta from there.

Another alternate, travel by Bus to Johor Bharu from Kuala Lumpur and then take feryy to Batam Island - Indonesia and take domestic flight to Jakarta.

Re: Please recommend a travel agency who can handle domestic and international ticketings

by laurentiukendo

Hello!If you are looking for a tour guide,I can recommend you this site .It helped me a lot every time I needed.I hope you'll enjoy it.Have a good day!

Re: Please recommend a travel agency who can handle domestic and international ticketings

by whitegardenia

thanks so much for the website laurentiuk. Am sure it will come in handle. Cheers!

Travel Tips for Bangkok

Bangkok: 28 Nov - 3 Dec 2004

by mizzzthanggg

This trip, despite being a business trip was quite successful on the pleasure front too! I managed to do everything I planned to except to check out the Cabbages & Condoms restaurant and the floating market, since I didn't have the early mornings free.

Where I Stayed:
The Dusit Thani

Most Memorable Sightseeing:
1. Took a couple of trips up and down the mighty Chao Prya river
2. Went to the Chatuchak Market and bought my moh eng cushions (thanks Rachelynn! - it was a real task heaving them all the way to the hotel by myself - !!! - after the salesguy dropped them off at the Metro station)
3. Went to Patpong Market with my team members to check out the girly bars and the fake designer goods (even Tiffany chain bracelets for c-h-e-a-ppp...!!!)
4. Did my pilgrimage to Khao San Road to buy more hammocks
5. Did the Grand Palace/Wat Phra Kaew round (AMAZZZING!!)..
6. Had a Thai massage every night, there are parlours on every street!

Most Memorable Restaurant:
1. Cyan Restaurant in the Metropolitan Hotel
2. Cheapo Thai restaurant on Khao San Road which name I didn't get but had brilliant Tom Yam Gung and Banana Fritters... nyummmy!!

Electric Power Plugs

by explore_discover

220V 50 Hz
There are 2 types of sockets,

Type A NEMA 1-15 (North American 15 A/125 V ungrounded), this simple plug has two flat parallel pins, or blades.

Type C technically known as the CEE 7/16 (Europlug 2.5 A/250 V unearthed).

photos attached

Eating Street Food in Bangkok!

by machomikemd

Despite the fear by some people to eat at the foodstalls you find on every corner they are generally safe. Just make sure your food is prepared on the spot and heated sufficiently. Eating at the foodstalls is cheap with meals like fried rice or Phat Thai at around 20 bath. Here you'll get a real impression of the Thai cuisine and its definetely woth giving a try. No English spoken though and if there is a menu it will be in Thai (unless you are in a major tourist area). Don't worry though just remember how to say some of the standard dishes and even if you forget them just point to what you want.

Most of these foodstalls are open 24 hours a day and don't be surprised by people eating right on a 4 lane street packed with traffic. One thing you have to be careful of is the ice served in your drinks, make sure there is a hole in your ice cube since this means that it is made in a factory and it's not tap water. I've never seen a place where they serve bad ice but just in case.

So what are we eating? The list of Thai dishes is so eleborate that you need years to figure them all out (or just see my other Bangkok tips which have full of thai food, sweets, drinks!)

Traditional Thai Dancing

by pmarshuk

On a stage at the back of the Vimanmek Mansion daily at 10:30 and 14:00are displays of traditional Thai Dancing. The costumes are amazing and the dancers very graceful with extremely eloquent hand gestures.
If you visit Vimanek this is a must see show.

Bring some locks for the door

by spitball

Don't make the same mistake that I did, and carry over a large back-pack, take the smallest bag that you feel you can carry. This will make things easier and quicker when you need to move around. Clothing to buy over here is very cheap, compared to North America, so keep in mind that you will be purchasing some things here. So, take as little clothing along with you, knowing you'll find some good bargains. And it will keep the weight down and your pack/s less bulky. With the era of the digital camera, this has made things lighter & easier. We don't need to carry multible rolls of film anymore. If you plan on shooting a huge amount of photo's, consider purchasing an extra GB card for your digital.
But if you also like to still use your regular slr camera (film) be sure to take your extra rolls of film along in a clear see-through bag. A monopod, and or tripod is always a very good idea, this will ensure that your photo's are guaranteed to be sharp and in focus.
If you enjoy shooting with infrared film, you'll need to take your change bag, filters and extra rolls of film It is a good idea to carry some small padlocks with you when you visit. It's just a little extra security, then your mind will be at ease.


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