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Displayed prices are for multiple nights. Check the site for price per night. I see hostels starting at 200b/day and hotels from 500b/day on agoda.


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  1. Dtac also do a tourist sim http://store.dtac.co.th/en/happytouristsim
  2. You will probably still have to wait for your baggage
  3. I have used booking.com and had no issues
  4. I book using Mr T by far the best and quickest way
  5. i find that going from heathrow is the cheapest but by the time you factor in your travel from up north you may find Newcastle the better option
  6. I use travelex via tesco and can request cheques in £100 denominations
  7. When you order the CC's asked the bank to provide them all in £100
  8. I always find Mr T the best for a taxi. Has anyone used the bell bus recently?
  9. On my last trip I was going to Phuket, I flew with EVA to BkK and Bangkok air to HKT. At LHR I got EVA to check my bag through to HKT and then when you get to BKK you can use the through system to local flights where you can clear customs in this process. This all depends on which airline's you are using as they do not all allow check through, so you will have to clear customs in the normal way and collect your bag and then recheck in for the local flight.
  10. i do enjoy the MK places the duck is excellent. I have not seen them do the dance in the Central one but many times at Big C north
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