The bustling Bangkok, capital of ThailandBangkok is on the itinerary for our next trip, so I took the experience of Christ that was there to share with us your tips and publishes r here in this blog post full of pictures and wonderful attractions!
How to visit the chaotic Bangkok, the capital of Thailand and one of the stars of Southeast Asia:
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Sempre viajo com meu marido, gostamos muito de viajar só os dois pois temos gostos parecidos e assim temos mais liberdade no nosso roteiro. Style traveler: I always travel with my husband, love traveling just the two because we have similar tastes and so we have more freedom in our script.
Na Tailândia ficamos 20 dias, em Bangkok foram cerca de 5 dias inteiros. Traveling: In Thailand we were 20 days in Bangkok were about 5 whole days.
Na Tailândia a moeda é o BAHT (em Dezembro 2011, 1 R$ = 20 BAHT), eo idioma tailandês. Local language and currency: the currency in Thailand is the BAHT (December 2011, 1 U.S. $ = 20 BAHT), and Thai language. Unfortunately not everyone speaks English, but they are super people smiling and helpful.
O maior deslocamento normalmente faço por agência, e os aéreos internos costumo fazer por conta, pesquisando muito na internet. Travel planning and booking: The biggest shift normally do for the agency, and domestic air usually do because of researching on the internet too.
The reservations of hotels do 100% due to the websites of the hotels or using the Booking.com and always reserve in advance, before leaving Brazil.
Before traveling always researching a lot about the tours, monuments and tourist attractions and the best way to reach them, but never buy in advance, so my script is freer for me to decide what to do.
Incidentally, I think this a good tip, people often want to go with a script plastered with all tours, trips and so on. all booked (and often paid). This only tends to turn your vacation into a routine to follow, no chance to be surprised and find something cool, nothing better than to get on the ground and see the best way, so day and visit the place.
So my tip is: Arrive at the site, feel the city, talk with local and see what they suggest, how is the best way to arrive, which is a must see place to visit and so on, even if you have made a previous planning .
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Scattered thoughts2005-03-04 12:12:15 by wat2dowat2do
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We went to Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand, Nepal, etc. How long have you got? I assume 2 weeks.
Use BKK as the hub. Not only do Cathay and Sing air have return economy tickets at the moment for less than $800, but Bangkok is a hub for most of those countries. Bangkok airways is great, just like the old Reno Air.
Fly to BKK. You will get ... you can only get a taste, then Saigon is a great city to taste). You won't get to see Ho Chi Min in his tomb glowing pink but, hey he's preserved for prosperity, right?
BKK - SIAM REAP - SAIGON - BKK (2nights in BKK) then separate ticket
BKK- Laos - BKK
With Laos, give little time to Vieteniene unless you have the time.
There's some sample itineraries on this website :
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