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11. Posted by KevinRB (Inactive 76 posts) 7y

Hi Joel

As promised a few potential places to stay in Bangkok:

Bangkok Inter Place Hotel:
Tel. : 66(0)-2319-0330 (Auto)
Fax : 66(0)-2319-0370 (24 Hrs.)
66(0)-2319-0369(Office Hours)
118/92 Ramkhamhaeng24 Rd,.
Huamark, Bangkapi, Bangkok 10240
http://www.bangkokinterplace.com/about.aspx

The Swan Hotel:
+66 (2235) 9271 3
31 Trok Rongphasi
Charoenkrung 36
Charoenkrung road
Bangrak Bangkok 10500
http://www.swanhotelbkk.com

Lub d, Bangkok: - this place got 4x different recommendations, all very good !!
4 Decho road, Silom area
Suriyawong Bangrak,
Bangkok 10500 Thailand
Tel: +66 (0) 2 634 7999
Fax: +66 (0) 2 634 7510
http://www.lubd.com/html/index.html

Any other queries, just drop me a line.

Kind Regards

Kevin:)

12. Posted by angelcaz22 (Budding Member 38 posts) 7y

Thanks Kevin

You a been a fantastic help so far and i am sure you will continue to be.

Here is my plan for Thailand

3 days - Bangkok
3 days - Ko Samui
5 days in Ko pan nang(full moon party)
Phuket - 4 daysKo pi pi - 4 days
Pattaya - 3 days
Bangkok - 3 days

Does this seem ok?

You said ask small questions at a time and i will get a better response.

Can you tell me how much it will cost to get from Bangkok to Ko Samui and what is the best method of transport. Train i here is pretty good and cheap ish???

13. Posted by KevinRB (Inactive 76 posts) 7y

Hi Joel

Good Evening

If you check "post no7" on this thread, I am sure I have given price details & weblinks already ?.

In terms of your intended plan:
3 days - Bangkok
3 days - Ko Samui
5 days in Ko pan nang(full moon party)
Phuket - 4 daysKo pi pi - 4 days
Pattaya - 3 days
Bangkok - 3 days

If I were you, I would spend less time on Koh Phangan, besides the FMP there is not a lot to do there, you would be better with more time in Koh Samui, you also need to think about the fact that when you travel long distances by bus/train, you are going to lose 1/2day each time, so leave enough time around your "key" travelling days.

But other than that, it looks like a good plan starting to take shape !!.

Kind Regards

Kevin:)

14. Posted by angelcaz22 (Budding Member 38 posts) 7y

Hi Kevin

Really sorry but i am struggling to find info on Ko Samui hostels online. My computer at work is having an off day and keeps kicking me out of most sites.

Are they cheap mate.

Sorry for continuos questions. I am getting very excited now and all i am doing is planning my trip. I am trying very hard to focus on planning the trip to the last detail. I will not stick to this i think but think if i pre plan a lot i will have no surprises with my money.

Joel

15. Posted by KevinRB (Inactive 76 posts) 7y

Hi Joel

The fastest way to get this information is to sign up for the following website, they are brilliant with ALL types of information on Thailand.

You will get lots of good advice from them, I have used them s few times, and they are all very knowledgable/sensible people.

Ask them directly for recommendations on your needs.

http://www.localyte.com/

Kind Regards

Kevin

16. Posted by TR.Don (Budding Member 5 posts) 7y

Hello, I'm currently in Thailand now, and it is very easy to get around sometimes it could be a little exhausting but fun. I've been to Samui, Phi Phi, Koh Tao and Phanagn. If anyone is thinking of going to Koh Phanang from the 5th of june to the 9th please let me know I know a nice place to hang out and get some relaxation and sun. If you are traveling alone and a female I know how that feels, sometimes it's nice to have a companion to travel with. :) Happy Travels!

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