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Thailand in 3 weeks?

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Thailand in 3 weeks?

I've got 3 weeks in Thailand this August (flying UK-Bangkok-UK) Never been to Asia so want to experience as much of Thailand as possible. Any thoughts on this plan?

Bangkok (2 days) e.g, grand palace, chaophraya, markets

Chaing Mai (4 days) e.g. elephant park, cooking school, doi suthep

Khao Yai National Park (2 days) e.g. trekking, wildlife

Khao Sok National Park (3 days) e.g. tubing, canoeing,

Koh Samui (5 days) e.g. swimming, snorkelling, Ang Thong Marine Park

May try and spend a half day at Ayutthaya between the national park visits. Anything major missing?

Any thoughts appreciated!

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11. Re: Thailand in 3 weeks?

Definitely need more than 2 days in BKK- so much in and around to see and do. I would say 4-5 days in BKK would be better. Weather will be very hot and humid (especially coming from UK) so you may want some time to lay by hotel pool

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12. Re: Thailand in 3 weeks?

Kosmo---your hijacking someone elses thread here and on different subject--that's impolite. Please create your own thread.

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13. Re: Thailand in 3 weeks?

different subject? actually not. I am also going to Thailand, and asking questions. that's what you do, when trying to get info.

Hijacking, not even sure what that means.

I think the whole idea is for us all to help each other out.

I have no problem answering anyones questions once I am back from my trip. I want everyone to have the best time they can have.

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