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The train ride from Bangkok to Phitsanulok: A traveler review

Toying with the idea of riding the train from Bangkok to Phitsanulok? Dive in, experience a vicarious thrill before setting off on this fabulous journey.

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7 reasons to add Hua Hin to your Thailand itinerary

Switch up your Thailand itinerary and include Hua Hin for a change. If you’re wondering why, here’s all you need to know about this little fishing village.

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A private transfer from Ao Nang to Krabi: A traveler review

Staying in Ao Nang and continuing your travels from Krabi? This review will give you an idea of how flexible and convenient the taxi service is.

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Thailand at a glance

International dialing code
66
Good to know
Millions of travelers flock to Thailand, in order to catch a glimpse of the wonderful landmarks, people and food. Throughout the world, Thailand is known for many things, one thing being hospitality. You will find kindness in every "Sawadika" and temple complex, every colorful string of tropical flowers,. Beyond the kindness of scenery and people, expect absolute tastiness in every bowl of mango sticky rice.
Time zone
GMT+7
Spoken language
Thai
Cost to avg. transport ticket
USD22

Your questions, our answers

The standard voltage in Thailand is 230V. There are four plug types in Thailand: Types A, B, C and O.

It's recommended to have gotten the following vaccinations before visiting Thailand: Measles-mumps-rubella, diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis, chickenpox, polio, and your yearly flu shot. Additional vaccinations you should consider getting before visiting Thailand are: Hepatitis A, Typhoid, Hepatitis B, Japanese Encephalitis, Malaria, Rabies and Yellow Fever. We recommend double checking with the CDC or your doctor for more information about vaccinations you need before your trip.

MasterCard and Visa are the most widely accepted credit cards in Thailand. In most tourist areas, American Express is accepted too. However, it's always a good idea to have cash on you as many booths, markets and sometimes even border crossings only accept cash.

These are the holidays celebrated in Thailand:

  • New Year’s Day
  • Chinese New Year
  • Makha Bucha Day
  • Chakri Day
  • Songkran Festival
  • Labor Day
  • Royal Ploughing Ceremony
  • Visakha Bucha Day
  • Eid Al Fitr
  • Asahna Bucha Day
  • Khao Phansa Day
  • King Vajiralongkorn's Birthday
  • Her Majesty the Queen's Birthday
  • Passing of His Majesty the Late King
  • Chulalongkorn Memorial Day
  • His Majesty the Late King's Birthday
  • Constitution Day
  • Christmas