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How to get from Bangkok to Ayutthaya in Thailand

Ayutthaya in Thailand is one of the more popular ruins to visit in Asia, located only one hour outside of Bangkok. Getting to Ayutthaya is possible in a couple of ways. Choose which is best for you depending on your budget and travel style. All range in price, time to get there, comfort and quite...

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    The Best Two Week Itinerary to Vietnam

    Our itinerary starts in the Northern area of Vietnam in the city of Hanoi moving South to Hoi An. There are plenty of locations that you can and should check out in between these locations, however if you have a limited amount of time, we have the best two week itinerary to Vietnam within Asia....

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      Southern Thailand 12 Day Itinerary

      If you need a 12 Day Southern Thailand Itinerary in Asia, we have one full of relaxation, and beaches. This is perfect for Honeymooners and those couples looking to spend more time with each other in romantic spaces. And check out the best time to visit Thailand. Day 1 – 2: Bangkok We flew into...

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      • Taylor F

        This is exactly the trip I had in mind for my honeymoon next year! You went to the places in the order I wanted and everything. I’d love to extend mine to about 15 days if possible. Do you mind me asking roughly how much this trip cost you guys? Including flights, hotels, food, activities, & transportation? ReplyCancel

      • Taylor F

        This is exactly the trip I had in mind for my honeymoon next year! You went to the places in the order I wanted and everything. I’d love to extend mine to about 15 days if possible. Do you mind me asking roughly how much this trip cost you guys? Including flights, hotels, food, activities, & transportation? ReplyCancel

        • worldtowander

          From Florida, USA flights were $1500 each however this is the highest I’ve seen flights to Asia in a very long time. It was unusually high. You should be able to get a flight to Manila for around $1100. Hotels can be relatively inexpensive but there are also pricey options as well. The range is $30 a person to $800 a night. Food was very inexpensive. Our most expensive meal was $40 and we had two pizzas, an appetizer, water and a bottle of wine. A scooter rental is about $9 USD for the entire day. It will be more expensive to hire a taxi for every ride. You’ll have a really great time! Definitely spend more time in Siquijor if you can!ReplyCancel

      • Your photos are incredible! ReplyCancel

      Transportation in Thailand

      You’re probably looking around for the fastest and easiest way to get between cities and around within city walls. Of course, there are a few different options. We will list our favorite modes of transportation within Thailand, Asia below. Plane Travel by plane can be more expensive. Regardless of your budget always check flights because...

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      • Wow, looks like you had a lot of fun. I don’t think I’ve ever experienced that many different modes of transportation on one vacation. ReplyCancel

        • worldtowander

          We did have a lot of fun! We did so much on this trip but still felt like we were able to relax.ReplyCancel

      • Chris Whitehead

        Do any of transportation use an app like Uber? I don’t like carrying alot of cash.ReplyCancel

        • worldtowander

          Yes, so Uber is no longer in Thailand. However, they do have Grab App, which works a lot like Uber. It was a good starting point for us to know what the price of a trip would cost so we could negotiate with a taxi, if possible too.ReplyCancel

      • I’ve seen beautiful photos from Thailand and these are great tips for getting around! Hopefully one day I can make it there!ReplyCancel

        • worldtowander

          I hope you can too! It’s gorgeous.ReplyCancel

      • […] good news is that the transportation in Thailand is some of the best in Southeast Asia, so there are plenty of options for how to get down to the […]ReplyCancel

      Phi Phi Islands- Longtail Boat Tour

      If you’re thinking of visiting Phi Phi Islands off the coast of Phuket in Thailand, I highly recommend renting a longtail boat. It was a great way to see the entire island. You can negotiate your price with these companies but expect to find the price to be around 2300 baht. The tour included a...

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      • […] For example, in Phi Phi Islands, we took a long tail boat taxi to different coves on the island. Look here for our guide to our long tail boat tour around Phi Phi Islands. As no motorcars are allowed on the island, the long tail boats take […]ReplyCancel

      • […] We headed off to Phi Phi Islands by taking a ferry from Phuket (Rassada Pier) to Phi Phi (Tonsai Pier). It was about 45 minutes by boat. There are so many great things for me to say about Phi Phi Islands. We chose to stay at Phi Phi Islands Village Resort, which is on the other side of the island from the Main Village. Check out our guide to a Longtail Boat Tour in Phi Phi Islands. […]ReplyCancel

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