Hi, I'm an 18 year old student who is wanting to plan a 3/4 week trip to Thailand in July. Currently I am planning alone but would prefer someone to travel with as it is my first trip alone.
I plan on arriving in Bangkok and staying there for a few days before heading down to Krabi and Island Hopping. I also plan on going to the Full Moon Party on July 13th. Once i have spent a week Island Hopping, i would like to take the overnight train to Chaing Mai to see elephants, go to night markets and mountain trekking if possible. After spending around 5 days in Chaing Mai, i would like to head back down to Bangkok to experience Temples, floating markets and finally shop before heading back off to the UK.
If anyone is interested in my trip please comment as i am more than happy to share my experience, or if anyone has any advice on the nature of my trip then please share. Thanks
Hi, Leanna! I love Bangkok! It inspires me a lot I've wrote an article about it recently describing places to visit there and it's atmosphere (it's a blog article), well, I have some ideas about the places where you could stay while travelling in Thailand (a cheap hotel room, for example?). If You are interested - I'll be glad to help You with that! You can email me. Anyway, wishing You good luck, it's a nice place, a special one for sure!
I have some ideas about the places where you could stay while travelling in Thailand (a cheap hotel room, for example?). If You are interested - I'll be glad to help You with that! You can email me. Anyway, wishing You good luck, it's a nice place, a special one for sure!
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Hi there Leanna!
Well, I read on your profile that you're "seeking for adventure". Great, Thailand is an easy place to start!
Don't worry if you travel alone there, since you'll meet loads of backpackers everywhere.
In the North, Chiang Mai is a gem, and a good starting point to meet people and follow them. The guesthouses around Moon Muang are cheap and good! Outside Chiang Mai, Pai is a small community village pretty nice, surrounded by mountains! 4 hours North of Bangkok, Lopburi is the city of monkeys, They rule the town!
Don't miss the Chinatown in Bangkok as well, it's a real culture shock: losing yourself in the small streets...
For the South, think about booking the boats/bus/train in and out of Ko Phangan as soon as possible for the Full Moon party. They tend to be full pretty quickly, you might be able to book it directly from an agency in Bangkok.
Also, the 3rd class train in Thailand is a really awesome experience, and not that bad actually! I wrote an article about it -snip- !
Have a lot of fun
[ Edit: Sorry, no promos please. ]
I am travelling in May, wish I could have joined you. Have a nice trip...lot of fun, best wishes.
Hi there leksa ! do you live in bangkok or traveled there? Do you have any idea where i can stay in bangkok for a cheap accommodation since ill he traveling alone looking forward to meet new people