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Thailand Culture and Festivals

In general, Thailand is an open and friendly country with nice people. There are several travel taboos in Thailand: 1. Do not show disrespect toward the Thai Royal Family and Buddhism. 2. Do not criticize the regime and the ruling family. 3. Try not to wear pure red clothes when travel in the election year of Thailand.  For holidays and festivals, the most important ones are: New Year’s Day...

2nd of August
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Thailand Travel - Telecommunication

If you want to use your own mobile phone and have a local SIM card for lower the telecommunication cost in your international trip, please check your phone for it is locked or unlocked before this trip.  An easy way to tell what status your phone could be is the money you pay for it. If you paid $, $99 or $199 for a top model Apple, Samsung or Nokia phone, a price that low means your phone ha...

2nd of August
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Thailand Travel Cost and Money Issues

Here is a price list in Thailand for reference (by 2015):A bottle of water (500ml): US$ 0.3 A local beer at a bar/restaurants: US$ 1.5 A glass of coca cola in a restaurant: US$ 0.6 Average price of street food: US$ 1 Western decent meal at local restaurant: US$14 Thailand is a travel paradise for both backpackers and luxurious travelers. If you choose to travel as b...

2nd of August
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Thailand Travel Transporation

Road In Thailand, traffic moves on the left. Paved roads of two or four lanes wide are mostly common in connecting Thailand's major cities. Road condition is good enough to do cycling, motorcycling and self-driving tours, however, these are not recommended because of the madness of mixed traffic and local drivers who are failure to obey traffic laws.  Urban TransportationAs one of th...

2nd of August
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