Cities for Students in Thailand
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- 1Thailand742 reviews
In the UK we go to greats pains to be self-deprecating about our nation and never miss an opportunity to make light of our queen and her brood, but in Thailand they take patriotism and their royals a lot more seriously. Backpackers sometimes find themselves wondering why everyone has just stood up before the film starts – it’s because they’re ...
- 2Thailand26 reviews
What a beautiful place to go, staying at the Jolly frog homestay is an awesome experience for very cheap..you will eat the cheapest food in Thailand and have teh cheapest drink ever. A must stop..forget about Phuket and all these other places go to KAN as local farangs(foreigners) call it
- 3Thailand27 reviews
Okay place but too many tourists, watch out for scammers.
- 4Thailand39 reviews
This beach town used to be a private getaway for Thai royalty. Nowadays, the beaches are flooded on weekends by Bangkok's young and trendy. Nice beaches, quaint town, good restaurants—a perfect way to spend a few days away from the hustle and bustle of the big city.
- 5Thailand28 reviews
Ko Phangan is beautiful as an island, but there are a lot of factors that detract from it. If you are going to party - you've come to the right place. Just be careful - buddy up, know where you are staying, have a plan if you get separated from your friends. Party responsibly? If you have Not come to ...
- 6Thailand10 reviews
I am writing this about the Airport I used this airport on the way to Koh Samui as it is more expensive to fly to Koh Samui direct and I had plenty time for the catermaran experience however if time is an issue I would spend the extra and fly direct to Koh Samui as the is a lot of ...
- 7Thailand80 reviews
Its famous beauty means it is packed with tourists, but there is enough beach for everyone. Make sure you make it to Koh Phi Phi Lei too.
- 8Thailand134 reviews
In northern Thailand near the hill country, Chiang Mai is a vibrant cultural capital. You could spend all day learning Thai cooking or massage, or trekking in the jungle. Then come back to the city after dark for its fantastic night market.
- 9Thailand74 reviews
Island of happy hues, beaches and people too. Lots to do or just have no agenda. Each beach is unique so have an explore via moped or car. West side is quiet but beaches more rugged. East side bustles and Chewang beach itself has pitch perfect sand. Heaps of health retreats if you are keen for a wellbeing getaway.
- 10Thailand14 reviews
If you're looking for all that southern Thailand beach towns have to offer, want to avoid the masses looking for the same thing, but yet don't completely want to miss out on the nightlife thing, Ao Nang is for you. Completely across the Gulf from Phuket and just onshore of Ko Phi Phi, Ao Nang delivers all of "The Beach" ...
- 11Thailand98 reviews
Fun to make a tour.... Et contrairement à ce d'aucun pourrait penser, ce n'est jamais "glauque"...
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- 12Thailand172 reviews
I did not have many expectations about this city, maybe this is why i enjoyed so much. Few tourists, a calm small city, with great sino-portuguese architecture everywhere. Some nice bars and caffes.
- 13Thailand30 reviews
amed for its diving – shallow waters, easy currents, epic corals and whale sharks pull in the crowds – with numerous scuba-diving schools based here. But much of this small island still has a tranquil get-away-from-it-all vibe
- 14Thailand58 reviews
Krabi is a laid back and quite island off Phuket. It is relatively less commercial than Phuket. Island hopping is a must while you are here.
- 15Thailand45 reviews
Great day trip from Bangkok. When you step out of the train station, cross the street and keep going straight. You'll hit a pier with a dirt cheap ferry to take you to town, where you can rent your wheels for the day.
- 16Thailand21 reviews
Paradise. Transparent warm water washes a snow-white beach.
- 17Thailand5 reviews
The province south of Bangkok has some really cool sights if you find yourself in the area, but is probably not high on the list of 'must-sees' when you are in the Bangkok area. I worked in Bang Plee, Samut Prakan for 6 months so I had a few peeks around the area I worked, so if you find yourself ...
- 18Thailand11 reviews
Great town, in some ways reminding me of Suzhou, China, due to the ancient city center scape, surrounded by water passages and channels.
- 19Thailand3 reviews
The Emerald Pool really is emerald blue. The hot springs are wonderful, very hot but so relaxing.
- 20Thailand10 reviews
nice quiet place in Thailand to enjoy the beach - also good place to go SCUBA diving from