Any ideas of what I should go and when I visit Thailand?
Going to take the plunge - jack in my job...and stay for a couple of months over there. Just want to know if there are any fantastic places that are a must-see. - apart from the famous beaches. No smart answers about Lady Boys please! Sorry - I meant - Any ideas for places to go when I visit Thailand (lack of sleep)
Asked By: sweetcheeks - 10/25/2006
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I would definatelly choose 2 destinations: Bagkok and one of the Adaman sea resorts... More
Answered By: Alexandra M - 11/2/2006
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Yes. Go to Pataya, find my lodger that went there on holiday in August and ended up buying a bar and tell him he owes me rent!! lol.
Answered By: puffy - 10/25/2006
bathroom and toy-let
Answered By: tm - 10/25/2006
Head home, it's a filthy country.
Answered By: Only me - 10/25/2006
There are a ton of places. Pattaya has magic shows, elephant rides, crocodile farms that have cool shows...Bangkok has so many shopping malls its pathetic. Just go and have fun. Don't try DreamWorld....its mainly for kids and is not up to par as far as the US theme parks...unless you have nothing to do for a day.
Answered By: Robert - 10/25/2006
check out this website, I think it may be really helpfull http://www.gothailand.com/
Answered By: nyker - 10/25/2006
You come to the right place girl. I'm from Thailand myself so here is my suggestions. Last time when my boyfriend from the US visiting Thailand, Bangkok is the first stop (it is where you plane is gonna land anyway.) Grand Palace is a MUST. You have to visit this place..very amazing. Also go to Water Market near... More
Answered By: Mumbling Girl - 10/25/2006
Chang Rai, be a volunteer in the save the elephant project
Answered By: The duke - 10/25/2006
open page : sawadee.com you will get all the info' u'r after at the tips of your fingers
Answered By: zilber - 10/26/2006
It's nearly to winter season I recommend you visit to Chiang Mai. You can find the information for travel to Chiang Mai here:
Answered By: Rachell - 10/26/2006
With that much time in your hand... More
Answered By: TK - 10/26/2006
ive just come back from phuket the place is just brilliant, people are so friendly,food is excellent and the beaches are just some else gutted to be home i woodnt plan anything, just go with the flow, everything is so relaxed there ull end up just chilling out
Answered By: fluffer - 10/26/2006
I spent months there a couple years ago. Beach wise Thong Nai Pan in the north of Ko Phagnan is the most gorgeous beach. Try and stay away fromt he tourist traps like Phuket and Samui... More
Answered By: AMY - 10/26/2006
From my visit to bangkok this june, my best place to visit its to a place just outside of bangkok ~~ AYUTHAYA ~~is a Unesco World Heritage site and the remarkable of the interesting and the remaining red- brick temples .U can take a bus or trains even by boat from bangkok to ayuthaya.REmember to take your camera there... More
Answered By: evelyn b - 10/26/2006
When you get to Bangkok head for the Ko San Road area, it,s the place all the backpackers start out from. It,s safe there, very cheap accomodation and eats. The big plus is you are with people your own age, who will be able to share all their travell tips with you. Also it gives you time to get over your jet lag and... More
Answered By: yabyum11 - 10/26/2006
patong in phuket, fabulous beaches and the night life down the sois (streets) off bangla rd are second to none especially the tiger complex, me and my freinds went 3 year ago and have been every year since and are actually going again in 11 days (7th nov) if you go you will have no regrets only the time of your life!
Answered By: asa j - 10/26/2006
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Answered By: arunmoorthy - 10/27/2006
If you are interested in history, you have to go to see the Bridge on the River Kwai. (and I don't mean in a cinema... More
Answered By: pbmay99 - 10/29/2006
There is so much to do and see in Thailand. The Lonely Planet Guide is excellent and suggests a number of itineries which are pretty good. Also, if you are travelling solo and you follow a lonely planet guide itinery then you'll probably hook up with other people travelling the same way... More
Answered By: Nicola L - 10/30/2006
north, south and bangkok
Answered By: efrankpaca83 - 10/31/2006
Chiang Mai is a must... More
Answered By: David W - 10/31/2006
Answered By: hexagon shapegdedrf05ht - 11/2/2006
One thing you just can't miss, is the heroin out there!!!!!! Ha, ha only joking, As long as you don't act like a spoilt Western dickhead out there, you'll have a great time wherever you go.
Answered By: peter noseman - 11/2/2006
stay in bangkok for a bit. go to chatuchak market. go to some islands. do some snorkelling/diving
Answered By: staffbull - 11/2/2006
There is thousands of sights. But what you like... More
Answered By: try.myanmar - 11/2/2006
Kanchanaburi is pretty amazing, thats where the bridge over the river kwai is. Also Jim Thompson's house in Bangkok is well worth a visit. Going up Baiyoke 2 tower gives a really good view of Bangkok. In the evening when all the lights are in, it's just incredible
Answered By: Jar Jar - 11/2/2006
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