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- 1734 reviews
Bangkok is a city that coasts by day and thrives by night. It boasts one of the strangest yet exhilarating night scenes in the world, as well as plenty of high-end restaurants, hotels, and high-perched drinking spots. There's no shortage of street food or chic cafes, and enough shopping to keep one moving for a week. Plenty of Buddhist culture ...
- 233 reviews
man o man. this place is heaven. the price i paid and the fun i had. no way. this is the IT place for people looking for fun, relaxation, spa, foot massage, night life, beaches, long drives, speed boat ride, maya beach
- 3128 reviews
Havent been yet but this is highly recommended by trusted friends who travel SEA (South East Asia). Great for those into culture, food and Elephants!
- 479 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.
- 574 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.
- 616 reviews
Having heard about this island for several years it was a lifelong goal to visit Koh Samui. Happily, the Island did not disappoint. From the moment we boarded Bangkok Airways in Bangkok en route to USM (Samui Airport code), our lovely flight, the sweet airport, the quaint and windy roads and the friendly helpful local people, the entire experience has ...
- 720 reviews
I love Bangkok as a metropolitan city. There's plenty to do and see. Visit one or more of the mega-malls and don't forget about the floating markets.
- 813 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" ...
- 913 reviews
I have always love Chiang Mai. I recommend going while there is a festival on, like April for Songkran or November for Loi Krathong. Chiang Mai offers a variety of trekking tours to the hills tribe or even cruise a few days on the river. I especially enjoyed the visit to the Tiger Kingdom and the elephant camp. In Chiang ...
- 1028 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 ...
- 1193 reviews
Fun to make a tour.... Et contrairement à ce d'aucun pourrait penser, ce n'est jamais "glauque"...
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- 1211 reviews
It might be really only a matter of luck. We´ve been travelling the whole August and September through Thailand from South to North and haven´t been worriing about the rain at all. Only once we had 3 days of rain, but when we´ve just switched from West to East and enjoyed the beautiful sun again. Even better is that you ...
- 13146 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.
- 1457 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.
- 1538 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.
- 1622 reviews
A quiet city between Bangkok and the Burmese border, Kanchanaburi offers some difficult history among beautiful natural scenery. WWII POW's were among those forced to build a railroad through mountains and over a river here. Thousands died through this slavery - a story that was captured in the film "The Bridge Over the River Kwai." You can cross that very ...
- 1726 reviews
Okay place but too many tourists, watch out for scammers.
- 1845 reviews
Great runner up to Sukhothai that is much closer to Bangkok. If you can't make the journey further north, Ayutthaya is a wonderful place to enjoy a bit of historical art and architecture. The sights are numerous and visiting them can be overwhelming -- especially in the heat of summer.
- 195 reviews
I stayed in Hat Yuan for a few weeks in December, 2004, just around the tsunami event. Before that, I was really enjoying myself on the beach with plenty of Mai Thai's.
- 2030 reviews
The island paradise that is Koh Tao should be on every visitors itinerary, but I'm so glad its not.