As cash payments are still preferred in Thailand, getting local currency is almost unavoidable when traveling around Chiang Rai. If you are looking for the money changer offering the best exchange rate in the city, check our review of currency exchange in Chiang Rai.
Hua Hin and Pattaya are two famous resort cities in Thailand that are quite different. If you are staying in Hua Hin and missing more active nightlife, moving to Pattaya might be a good idea. As traveling by land from one resort city to another can easily take 5-6 hours or even more, taking the ferry from Hua Hin to Pattaya is by far the fastest way to travel between destinations.
Hop on hop off service is one of the most convenient ways for exploring main tourist attractions in large cities. When it comes to hop on hop off services, Bangkok has something really special to offer. Hop on Hop off Bangkok experience is more than just taking a bus, as you can also hop on hop off Chao Phraya River boat, canal boat or even Tuk-Tuk.
As you might have found already, the information about what photo size is required when applying for Thai visa might be confusing. Let us to make this question clear as the required Thailand visa photo size depends on the type of visa you are planning to apply for because visa application forms used are different. These photo specifications are valid in 2020!
Bluport Mall is one of the most popular shopping malls in Hua Hin, which is often visited by tourists and locals for variable shopping and eating opportunities. If you will be visiting this shopping mall and will need Thai Baht for your expenses, you can find currency exchange at Bluport Mall in Hua Hin.
If you haven't decided on where to celebrate New Year's Eve 2020, check out the list of the best Bangkok hotels for celebrating the New Year's Eve in Bangkok this year.
Koh Lanta is an island in the Andaman Sea and part of Krabi province in Southern Thailand. If you are planning to visit this laid-back travel destination, find the best way to travel from Bangkok to Koh Lanta.
Koh Phayam is an island in the Andaman Sea. Located in Ranong province, Koh Phayam attracts visitors who prefer to be surrounded by basic natural environment. If you are that kind of a traveler, find the best way to travel from Bangkok to Koh Phayam.
Thailand’s Ministry of Tourism and Sports proposed to the cabinet to waive visa for Chinese and Indian tourists to increase the number of visitors to Thailand but the proposal was rejected. However, the cabinet decided to extend Thai Visa on Arrival fees waiver for another 6 months. Once finally confirmed, Visa on Arrival would be issued for free until April 2020.
Hua Hin is a seaside resort city in Thailand, located only about 200 km south of Bangkok. It’s the oldest and most traditional holiday resort in Thailand. How to travel from Bangkok to Hua Hin? You can get from Bangkok to Hua Hin by private taxi, bus, van or train. Choose the best way to travel.