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Short Thailand beach trip- March/April

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Just posted another topic about Bangkok/day trips, but curious about quick trips from Bangkok to a beach locale.

I'll be travelling with my mom (25 and 63)- we're not partiers but we do enjoy good food (not spicy at all for her!), nice hotels and calm-water beaches.

We'll have a week to play with- she's open to spending 2 or 3 nights on the beach.

After reading through the entire beach section of my Fodor's book the last few days, I know most people head to the beaches for the diving- not us! We may snorkel if there's a place with not-to-deep water, but not a must. Half-day trips- snorkeling, seeing karsts, villages- are more up our alley than long, full days.

Phuket seems to be convenient, but over crowded, so would like to cross that off the list.

A clean, safe resort with breakfast is right up her alley. Thanks!

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