Thailand Visa - Tips
ON the Visa or Entry
Stamp to Thailand.
30 days is normal, however after the Military Coup they
change the number of times you can leave and return per year, this essentially
makes you to tours of other countries.
Jeroen at Nat Tours is the expert, go to him behind
the Khao San Road and check with him, not his wife for all the current details.
If you went to the DD Inn and walked through the place, and you can, you get to
an alley, turn left and on the right after the New Joe Guesthouse is his tour
Cambodia is easy south of Koh Mak - Cambodia charges
I think 12 US to enter.
Cambodia at Siem
Reap is a torture bus trip, but you can continue on to Vietnam, take a LCC back
to Bangkok maybe, or the reverse, take a LCC to Vietnam and come back by
Malaysia is free, but very far away, but if you go
south, go to Koh Tarutao and other Islands.
Ranong to Burma is easy, and I like, because more
normal cultures and I think 5 dollars to go across to Burma, a.k.a. Myamar, but
the locals say Burma.
There is a few island there full of Germans, Koh
Change is great in quiet way and depends on time of year.
Go north to Burma at the top of Thailand
OK< ... You need to fingure out your LOOPS, travel
in loops, circles, not coming back the same way, then figure out your major
loops and smaller loops. Skip, hops and jumps.
Get on the page from Wiki of all the LCC and save
some bus time:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_low-cost_airlines
Andy in Atakpame, Togo West Africa May of
So it looks like Thailand only granted me a 30-day
visa at the airport -- weak sauce.
What border crossings would you
suggest to do a visa run at the end of the month?
May 10 @ 13:45