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Malx

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835 posts

91 months

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Monday 1st October 2012 quote quote all
Currently looking at Thailand for a holiday next year and stumbled across the tours offered by www.thailandtravelplan.co.uk. Has anyone used them?

thehawk

9,221 posts

94 months

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Wednesday 3rd October 2012 quote quote all
Thailand has to be one of the easiest places to organise travel and tours, do it yourself. Every hotel will be able to organise tours as well as the multitude of travel agents over there.

g3org3y

9,463 posts

78 months

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Wednesday 3rd October 2012 quote quote all
^This.

Pick up a Rough Guide or Lonely Planet.

Freestyle your trip while you're out there.

smifffymoto

1,407 posts

92 months

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Wednesday 3rd October 2012 quote quote all
As said it really is a doodle to do Thailand on your own.Use Flights direct or similar for the best flight deals.

Malx

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835 posts

91 months

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Friday 5th October 2012 quote quote all
Thanks for the responses. It does seem that I should book flights and a hotel and just wing it when there. Was all set to go to Thailand then focused on Vietnam. Half tempted to take a month off work and go for a tour...
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Nobby Diesel

1,532 posts

138 months

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Sunday 7th October 2012 quote quote all
The perfect solution - it's a great part of the world to tour around.

ben_h100

1,102 posts

66 months

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There's no need to book a hotel to be honest. Maybe if you are arriving there late at night, book one night somewhere. If you arrive first thing in the morning, get the bus/taxi into Bangkok then sort out your entire trip with a TAT office. They can arrange everything for you, cheaper than doing it through a UK agent. They probably take a bit of a cut but mig be worth it if its your first time there. Next time we go we'll book flights then do it ourselves there. Easy to do as the guys above have said.

Malx

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Sunday 7th October 2012 quote quote all
Is the TAT office the Thai equivalent of Tourist Information?

Nobby Diesel

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Malx said:
Is the TAT office the Thai equivalent of Tourist Information?
Exactly that - Tourist Authority Thailand.

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