Hey, myself and two friends have booked a SINGLE flight to Bangkok on the 5th April. We intend to spend about two weeks in Thailand, then two weeks in Cambodia, and finally two weeks in Vietnam.
What type of VISAs do we need for each country? Can we get them on arrival at the country's airport/land border, or do we need to apply for them before we even board the flight? How much will each one cost?
All three of us are British citizens with UK passports.
We have no proof of onward travel (and ...
Hello, I've been reading a lot of advice about traveling through SEA and I put together a tentative itinerary. A friend and I (each in our late 20s) will be traveling from mid-June to late July. We've been living in the Caucuses for the past 2 years and are taking the long way home. Any advice on the itinerary would be great. I know each country could be it's own trip but with 5 weeks we wanted to get a good overview of the mainland section. Additionally, any advice on places to stay and things ...
I am off to India for a month in October then after that am heading to Thailand and have no plans past that. I have no ties at home so am planning on travelling till I run out of money. I hope to have saved £10000 by the time I go. I would like to see Australia and New Zealand to finish my trip but SEA is my main focus. Just wondering if anyone has any advice on what countries to visit and how long to spend in each one? I love nature, animals, culture, food and anything that involves ...
Hi, i've been planing to backpack south east Asia and I have a problem that my travel agent doesn't seem to be able to solve.
problem: As I understand it I need a return ticket out of Thailand or any country for that mater, before I am allowed to enter (obviously to prevent someone from needing to be deported) however I would like to travel between Thailand, Indonesia, Cambodia, Vietnam and Laos over a period of a few months. How would I enter each country without a ticket home within the visa ...
Greetings fellow traveler: I am an experienced seasoned traveler. Male, sixties,in good shape, 5'6", 145lb., Married/Partnered Brown hair, blue eyes. Looking for a thin lady to accompany me to Thailand this May, 2017, dates flexible. I pay for allyour expenses. My wife cannot travel this year due to a back injury she received in Belize last year. She's fine now but doesn't think she can travellong distance. She suggested I locate a travel companion on one of these travel sites. It's cool wi ...
Hi everyone, I really need help deciding on a 19 night holiday starting in Bangkok (due to flights).
I was thinking:
Bangkok 2 nights
Krabi 4 nights
Phi Phi island 4 nights
Patong beach 3 nights
Koh Phangan 2 nights
Borocay 4 nights
I know this seems a lot but I think all the thailand areas are quite close but not sure how transport between all of them is, is someone able to confirm? Ideally we would like to fly as much as possible but I have heard Air Asia is normally delayed, is this right?
Looking to travel with spouse and 10 year old to SEA throughout June. I know it's not the best time of the year to be in the region, but we may just have to go with it. I'm used to planning everything, but since this is the low season, I was hoping I could step out of my shell and plan on the fly. However, we've never done that...and with a child in tow in the heat...it could spell disaster. We also plan on flying a lot to save time, but some flights seem expensive at $200/person. I wasn't sure ...
I'm planning to become ex-pat. I want to figure out best way to leave quality of life items, including the bag I bring them in. As I explore the region I like to come back somewhere and cook, have unneeded seasonal clothes stashed. Perhals !eave a laptop. Simple kitchen stuff. Health stuff.
What comes to mind is renting a minimal flat yearly, or having a tin box I can stash safely.
If someone knows a cheap way to have kitchen access when hopping around, I'd like to hear it.
My focus ...
Hi. We have travelled by air to Ho Chi Minh from New Zealand on other occasions and have always applied for a letter of approval for our visas on-line before our departure. We know this only applies to those visitors flying into Vietnam.
This trip we are flying in to Siem Reap , Cambodia and then travelling to Vietnam overland.
We have found by researching on the internet that we can apply for visas for Cambodia on-line before leaving New Zealand or apply at Siem Reap airport on arrival.
hi everyone ,
i'm a 22 years old dutch man an im going to south asia for around 5 months. now i got some questions
where do i begin? are there other people over there to meet up? ive never traveled so i dont know mutch.
are there other people ho go around june or the end of may? or maybe there is somebody ho is willing to start with me? ...
My wife and I are planning to take a trip to Vietnam and Cambodia (20 days or thereabouts), and have found an ideal private tour package with Tonkin Travel.
I have been looking at flights from London Heathrow, flying into Hanoi (or or around the 18th Jan 2018) and returning at the end of the trip from Siem Reap to Heathrow (on or around the 7th Feb 2018, ahead of the Tet holidays).
My problem is that many of the airlines are currently offering discounted fares for 2017 but none ...
Ahoy fellow travellers.
My partner and I are currently planning a 6ish month trip to South East Asia, from Jan 2017 anywhere up early September 2017.
Planning the itinerary to make sure we avoid terrible weather is proving to be difficult as I really want to travel quite slowly but I don't want to stay in one place too long and miss all the good weather! I'm hoping someone with a litttttle more experience than I, might be able to give us a few tips!
So far, I'm thinking;
Arrive Bangkok - 1 w ...
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I'm planning my first solo backpack trip to SE Asia between mid September and December this year. I'm trying to put up a traject through Thailand, Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam. I don't want a complete set up schedule but looking for something to fall back on so I don't have to look up everything while I'm there.
I'd start with a few days in Bangkok before heading up north to possibly Ayutthaya and then stay 10-14 days in Chiang Mai to explore the region.
From there to Laos and Lua ...
Hi there, This is my first post but I have read a lot of others, i have been through the itineraries, done a lot of other research and i speak to customers at work where possible too haha. I am getting mixed opinions of the weather in may so here is my dilemma.
My work has approved me 3 months leave, I am leaving in march and return on the 6th of june. Ideally i would have liked to follow the general path from Bangkok through to Northern Thailand and so on and then ended up back at the beaches ...
A Vice wrap piece on some of the stereotypical backpackers you're likely to come across on the road...
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Hi we are looking to book a honeymoon shortly, neither of us has been to Asia before and we want to try and visit singapore (2-3 days), southern Thailand (probably fly to phuket then phi phi/ko lanta/krabi, maybe not all of these), then fly to phillipines for around 5 days, (don't plan to move around too much whilst there) then back to singapore to fly back to london. (approx 14 days in all)
We aren't massively adventurous and like our comforts so we will be quite happy with beaches, nice rest ...
I like to do a lot of research before travelling, and decide beforehand, but due to some circumstances, I'm leaving in 3 weeks to SE Asia and I have nothing planned (I only have my vaccines, my passport and nothing more). I'm arriving the 18th of January to Kuala Lumput, leaving the 20 of February from the same airport, arriving again to Kuala Lumpur the 23 of March and leaving the 10 of April. I'll probably be visitng the region again about 10 days in July, but it is not sure. I have bee ...
Hi , I will plan a trip on 15/2/2017 from Malaysia-Thailand-Lao-China-Vietnam-Combodia-Thailand-Malaysia, All this route will self drive by own car or Rent car, Visa is not a problem for me, the only problem is Entry Permit for Car to some of this country or Car Rental company at the border.
Can anybody help me for the Car Rental Company at this Border.
1.NongKhai Border to enter Lao from Thailand
2.Mohan Border to enter China from Lao
3.Dong Dang border to enter Vietnam from china
4.Moc Bai ...