Jul 28

Southern Bus Terminal in Bangkok – review, bus timetable and fares

Southern Bus Terminal in Bangkok - review, timetable and faresSouthern Bus Terminal in Bangkok (or Sai Tai in Thai) is a modern bus terminal in capital of Thailand, which specializes mainly on bus routes from Bangkok to the southern and western parts of the country. Any bus station – an important object to every independent traveler. Therefore below is the text, where you can find detailed description of the Southern Bus Terminal in Bangkok, information about its location, how to get to this bus terminal from different districts of Bangkok, as well as the current schedule of bus routes and fares on buses from the Southern Bus Terminal to various cities in Thailand.
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Jul 26

Pattaya Bus Stations – review of all bus terminals

Pattaya bus stations - full reviewPattaya bus stations  – is are popular points in the city for independent travelers, and through every of Pattaya bus terminal passes a large enough daily ridership. At the same time, the real status of the bus station is have only a bus terminal, located on Pattaya North Road (North Street). The others points, where you can catch the big buses and Mini Bus, most are just small regional bus station, although their importance and popularity is in no way diminished. And now you can get important information about the bus stations and bus terminals Pattaya more in actual review on Thai-Rest.com.
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Jul 17

Webcams Koh Phangan – see live broadcast!

 

Best webcams Koh Phangan - see nowLive webcams on the Koh Phangan has only recently appeared in the public domain, so i sure that the interest in them is high, not only for me, but also for the many visitors to the site. Starting today, everyone from those who have not yet  visited personally Koh Phangan, are able to get a visual representation of the some of locations of this tropical island. The first collection currently consists of five online web cameras that are located in different parts of the island, which gives a broader view of what is happening on Phangan at the current time.
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Jul 08

Hua Lamphong – main train station of Bangkok

Hua Lamphong - main train station in BangkokRailway station Hua Lamphong in Bangkok – is a major transportation hub in all of Thailand. This place is crossing the railway lines, which go to different regions of the country. Hua Lamphong in Bangkok serving over 50 thousand passengers each day (or about 20 million passengers per year), therefore this railway station in Bangkok in importance second only to the main Bangkok airport – Suvarnabhumi. Moreover, Hua Lamphong Station, a review of which you can read below, it is also one of the most important attractions of the Thai capital. In this article you will find important information about directions, which serviced  this railway station in Bangkok, which hotels are available nearby, how you can get to Hua Lamphong in Bangkok and more other information.
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Jul 06

How to get from Pattaya to Bangkok – all options!

How to get from Pattaya to BangkokDuring a holiday in Pattaya, many tourists will sooner or later face the need to travel to Bangkok to visit the capital’s attractions, shopping centers, airports and so on. Way to Bangkok from Pattaya can be very easy, because distance between Bangkok and Pattaya a total of about 150 km and the bus journey from Pattaya to Bangkok takes an average of about two hours. If you want use a taxi, this ride takes you even less time. The article describes the options and the cost of travel from Pattaya – Bangkok. Also you can find a few practical advice, which of the modes of transport is better to choose in a particular situation.
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Jul 05

How to get to Koh Larn from Pattaya on big boat

How to get to Koh Lan from Pattaya on big boat

The method, which is described in this article will allow you to get to Koh Larn from Pattaya on big boat. And this method in some cases much more convenient than using the ferry, described in the previous article. And you should be aware that the fare is only at first glance seems to be higher because a large boat has obvious advantages. I do not know why it’s way called speedy, but if you want make a way from Pattaya to Koh Larn on the big boat, you have to be ready to travel  40-50 minutes, and not 30, which typically promise in advertising leaflets. But in contrast to the ferry for 30 baht, which spend similar time on the way to the east coast of the island, the boat will have to overcome a greater distance, because the boat allows quick access to Samae- Beach  – one of the best beaches on the west coast of Koh Larn island.  Read the rest of this entry »