CS Resort Phuket

33/143 Patak Road, Karon Circle, , Phuket, 83100, Thailand
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Forum Posts

Baby travel cot

by welshwanderer

Hi,

Does anyone know where I can purchase a baby travel cot for my 1 year old? Going to phuket in March but just found out that the hotel does not offer a bed for babies, so am thinking the best thing to do is to buy one out there.

Are there any baby shops in phuket that you can buy things for them?

I don't want to spend more than 1500 baht, so a second hand one would suffice.

Re: Baby travel cot

by xymmot

Go to the big department discount stores call Carefour or Lotus Testco. Ask around and the people will direct you. there are Big C also....all of them are like the Walmarts of America.

cheers Tommy x

Re: Baby travel cot

by Cathy&Gary

There is also a company you can rent from, here is their link.
Cathy
http://www.phuketbabyrentals.com/english/products.php

Re: Baby travel cot

by japappy

Why not place a single mattress on the floor and barricade it with pillows and luggage or whatever is available

Re: Baby travel cot

by welshwanderer

Thanks for the link, what a good website and business idea for phuket!

Travel Tips for Phuket

Thai Sim Cards - Phoning Home

by Cathy&Gary

We use a Thai Happy Sim Card which is issued by Dtac and you can buy them at most 7/11's or phone shops.

The card cost us 49baht but there are different prices as some come with credit etc, you can buy refills from 20baht up to 800baht. We bought ours through a 7/11 and they will also set it up for you if you want.

In the Users manual that comes with the kit it tells you exactly what to do and how to make the cheapest International calls e.g. put in 008 or 009 then country code, area code and phone number.

You can choose 001 or 007 instead of the numbers I have mentioned above, these are for a supposedly high quality signal and have higher call rates, but we never had a problem with the signal using the 009 number.

To send messages is different to ringing, first put in + then country code, area code, and phone number.

So for each person here in Australia I would have 2 numbers for them, one for phoning, one for messages.

If you want to take your own phone and its locked there are phone shops that will unlock it for you at a small cost.

So some examples for phoning Australia to make use of the cheapest rates are:

If the Aussie landline number is 08 12345678
To ring drop the 0 and dial 009 61 8 12345678
For Aussie Mobile numbers e.g. 0412 345 678
To ring drop the 0 and dial 009 61 412 345 678
Messages - drop the 0 and dial +61 412 345 678

For someone ringing you in Thailand

Your new Thai mobile number will start with 08, so for anyone calling you from home they would drop the 0 and add in +66 then your new number (that’s when they are calling you from a mobile)

From a landline at home they would call you on 0011 - 66 - 76 - then the local number.

It’s extremely cheap to phone home using a Thai Sim Card, much better than using your own sim with International Roaming. Some examples of prices for mobile calls I made to Australia were 150baht for 20 minutes and messages 5 baht per message.

Hope this helps - just read your manual thoroughly as it tells you how to make the cheapest calls.

The link below will give you all the world calling codes etc:
http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/dialing.html?p2=1230

Be respectful towards Thai Culture!

by Myndo

Thais are really polite and they won't say anything even if they dislike your behavior.
They tend to "look over" our bad behaviour. So it is our own thing to adapt at the culture of the land we are visiting.

So please: don't lie on the beach without any clothes (I especially say this to the women who are lying around topless).

Try not to be too rude. It is still a pleasure to see what a smile you get back, if you smile at the people there.

suplus military/camping gear

by bulldogtwo

Sorry that I was not able to help more. Another thought though. As you pass through towns you will often see markets, sometimes at night, hence, night markets. Check these out as they often sell suplus miltary supplies and some of it can be camping gear of sorts. Much of it may not be the traditional camping gear but you should be able to make due, at least find tarps to keep the monsoon rains out!
good luck!

Ceramics

by jaypride about Ceramics of Phuket

Ceramics of Phuket has invented "Phuket Clay" to renown its unique style and prime quality.The native clay preserves nature appearances by its durable material, intrinsic texture and classic natural tones. The clay has been elegantly designed for hotel supplies, household articles, kitchenware and decorative items. Their exclusive collections have been remarkably presented at serveral luxury hotels and restaurants in Phuket as well as overseas. Amenity, tableware, essential oil bottle set, garden ceramics, etc.

I went total nuts in the shop! i love the stuff really really much! i think we stayed at the shop for like an hour and if those things are not that heavy, i would bring more back!

The owner was really nice, and u dont have to bargain like you have to do in those patong shops.

By the way, the little dog in there issssssss soooooooo cute!

A quiz night to remember

by dot23 about The Green Man

Phuket's surreal Green Man genuine English pub could be mistaken for the real deal, if it wasn't for the elephant's wandering outside.

Although it has fantastic food courtesy of the inimitable Sandeep, the thing that draw's one back for repeat visit is Trevor (of funkyguide.com fame)'s Thursday night pub quiz. Sometimes taxing, usually funny, an evening for all the family (if you ignore the swearing!). Naked

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