I find that on line rates for Safari World are quite good at Alex Holidays. (http://www.alexholidays.com/tours/)
1. Is it safe to book tickets with Alex Holidays using credit card. How reliable is this Company.
2. What are current Taxi rates from Sukhumvit area to Safari Park. Do we get taxis easily on return journey
We are a group of five people. If we book a tour of Safari world, then Lunch is invariably included. I would like to know
1. Do they serve vegetarian food also in Safari World Restaurant.
2. If we buy only tickets, then travel option is not included. What are travel options. Can we take a Taxi to drop us there. Will it be possible to get a Taxi back in the evening.
3 If we take whole day Taxi, then can we use it to drive through the Safari Park 4. Are there any tourist buses from Bangkok to Safari World and back
I kindly ask for suggestions and if it's possible to get to Laos by train from Bkk. I heard you must cross border at Nong Khai via tha-lao firendship bridge to get to Vientiane. Also I'd like to know how to move around once I cross the border. Thank you
planning to take early morning bus to kanchanaburi from bangkok south terminal bus station on SATURDAY / SUNDAY
my queries are
1. i heared there are frequent buses to this destination....is this frequency same on weekends like saturday and sunday?? will the buses be crowded in weekends
2. planning my trip in mid april... iam doubtful of seeing a decent waterfall in erawan national park during this peak summer....has anyone visited this waterfall in april ....how will be the falls be at this time??
Wife and self are reaching Pattaya around 4 in the afternoon and have the whole evening free. Could anyone suggest what we can do and the places we can go around to. Also cheap place for dinner for the couple with a bit of adult night if possible. should be safe also.
Hi all, soon I am visiting Bangkok and I was looking for an up to date website that tells me, what the withdraw limit of ATM machines in Bangkok is.
How much THB can I get at the average ATM?
Hello, I am a first time visitor of Bangkok.
I am going to explore the city for at least a day before I travel to the north.
I consider suporting the local economy by using the services of a local tourist guide or local travel company.
I have received a wide range of private offers for a 8 to 10 hours tour of Bangkok.
If I paid only 10 to 20 USD I had the impression the offer is a scam, or it is too less.
For 70 or 80 Dollars I feel like paying too much.
My current thinking is, ask for the hourly income of a shop assistant, multiply this amout with 2 or 3 and the duration of the tour. That will be my budget.
Could that be a fair approach?
Hello I am planning on spending 4 or 5 days May (7-10) in Bangkok taking pictures of people, culture and the goings on of the streets. I went to China Town before and really enjoyed it. I plan to visit it again and have some questions. I was thinking about staying in China Town to cut down on the commute. This way I could stay out at night and not worry about danger. Is this necessary? It seems that China Town is far from other attractions. The other question I have is can you recommend any other places that are very unique to the area, (not really interested in temples). Something that a westerner would never see. Also is there a better area to stay that is centrally located. Unfortunately I am recovering from a bad accident and although I can walk it is still difficult to walk extensively. Basically I do not want to add any extra walking if I do not have to. Thanks for your help.
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