I'm planning to go to Kanchanaburi and I would like to do the Death Railway + Golden Buddha - Krasae Cave + Sai Yok Nai falls + Sai Yok Yai Falls (stay one night at raft house + bamboo rafting) without a tour!
Does anyone know what would be the best route to take?
- arriving Kanchanaburi, next day do the death railway + Golden Buddha - Krasae Cave + Sai Yok Nai falls + return for 1 more night in Kanchanaburi and next day go to Sai Yok Yai Falls (stay one night at raft house + bamboo rafting)
- one night in Kanchanaburi next day death railway + Golden Buddha - Krasae Cave + Sai Yok Nai falls and continue to Sai Yok Yai Falls (stay one night at raft house + bamboo rafting)
Also: is there conections between the two falls? and anyone know how long does it take from Sai Yok Yai to Bangkok?
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.
What are some good reputable websites to purchase bus tickets, train rides, and airline tickets? Tia
Hi, I am from Indonesia. This is my first trip to Bangkok.
I want to arrange trip to Angkor Wat on May 6th with my friend. So, it's only both of us.
Since I can't speak Thai, I feel worry If I am not accompanied by tour guide.
Could anyone please advise me if there are any tour to angkor wat (from bangkok) i can join with?
I was look on http://www.thailandtourscenter.com/ but I think the price is too much.....
Otherwise, if I can't join any tour perhaps anyone could advise me where I can find a tour guide from Bangkok (English/Bahasa Indonesia speaking)
What would be the cheapest way to eat while in Bangkok? I'm looking for things that are less than 30 baht per meal. Would it be better to shop at markets and buying bulkier foods(fruits,veggies,& meats)? Or purchase smaller meals from street vendors? I need the absolute cheapest options. If you list some of the cheapest food and the prices I would appreciate it, I'm not a picky eater at all. Thanks in advance.
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