Asia Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Asia activity »
  1. 1 https://boosthightestosterones.com/allevia-cbd-oil/
  2. 2 Best One World Flight Routing For Indonesia: September, 2018
  3. 3 First time in Japan in November - Request Itinerary Help
  4. 4 Tuk Tuk Driver For Cochin
  5. 5 Trip Report A hungry mouse's (very sweaty) adventures in the Land of the Rising Sun
  6. 6 Traffic and Police in India
  7. 7 Serendipity Srilanka
  8. 8 Good fare for US west coast to Japan?
  9. 9 New Thai Visa
  10. 10 What outwear would you pack for late August?
  11. 11 2 weeks in Vietnam
  12. 12 New Years in Japan
  13. 13 Trip Report Osaka Food Guide - Travel Report
  14. 14 Sri Lanka in December
  15. 15 Trip Report Travel Report Turkmenistan (Ashgabat - Gas Crater - Konye Urgench)
  16. 16 january 31 in colombo
  17. 17 sri lanka two places, two hotels
  18. 18 Trip Report Sulawesi - Tanah Toraja, Lake Tempe and Ramang Ramang
  19. 19 Need ideas: Himeji? Osaka? Fukuchiyama area? Kinosaki
  20. 20 Best natural wonders in Japan?
  21. 21 3 weeks in Japan
  22. 22 Trip Report A first time for everything in Japan
  23. 23 India Tour Companies
  24. 24 Road Accidents and Police Assistance in SE Asia.
  25. 25 Tokyo-to do and districts
View next 25 » Back to the top

How would you spend your last few days in Thailand.

Jump to last reply

We are a couple travelling to Thailand at the end of Jan 2017 who would love some help.

We plan to fly into Bangkok from the UK, spend 2-3 nights there, then on to Khao Lak for 7 nights, my husband has set 2 of those days aside to go fishing. We would then like to travel somewhere with a contrast for the remaining 4-5 days. Where would those of you who know the area well choose?

Maybe we could do a little kayaking, see amazing Karsts, visit an island, stay near a good beach, anywhere as long as the scenery is great. Somewhere fairly quiet but with things do do other than sunbathe would be great. A choice of places to eat and good accommodation would be a bonus, our backpacking days are over. If possible we would like to avoid any seedy nightlife.

I have looked at Ko Yao Yai which looked amazing but could not work out an easy way of getting there from Khao Lak easily without going via Phuket. The Ao Phang Nga area looks beautiful in general.

Any ideas would be gratefully received.

5 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement