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Before you choosing the right time of year for a trip to Thailand, begin with choosing the best airline that will offer the best prices. Use search engines from travel agencies available on the website. Travel to Thailand, is spread over three seasons, the low season, May and June, a medium season from March 15 to April 30 and from July to October and the peak season from November to March.
There are many airline companies from Europe and the Thai national carrier, Thai Airways International, which lead all European capitals. Allow about 11 flight hours for a direct flight. Other airlines whith stopover flights have flights to Thailand such as Lufthansa – SAS – FINNAIR – British Airways – Cathay Pacific – Qatar Airways – Aeroflot – Singapore Airlines – and many other airlines have destination to the new Bangkok airport www.suvarnabhumiairport.com or directly to Phuket www.phuketairportonline.com
The time difference is GMT + 7 hours, in summer if it is 10:00 in Paris (GMT +2) it is 15:00 in Bangkok and in winter 16:00. Also note that the Thai year is ahead of 543 years from the Western calendar and the year 2012 is the year 2555 in Thailand.
With our Tourist Guides Association we offer support during your visits with a English speaking Guide from the prestigious Silpakorn University. Graduated and certified by a license from the Ministry of Tourism of Thailand (TAT), with over ten years of experience, they will guide you through the Land of Smiles « in English. »
Do you worry about your transport, accommodation, what sites to visit, your meal, our guides will take you up at your hotel and accompany you to discover the treasures of Thailand.
Visits Bangkok during one or more days, tours in the north to the Golden Triangle, the discovery of the ancient city of Siam as Ayuthaya, Sukhothai or Kanchanaburi and the Bridge over the River Kwai, we offer support with English speaking guide to ensure you a memorable and safe stay.
Thailand is a destination of choice for tourists and travellers around the world. This rich land both naturally and culturally speaking, is a journey in every sense of the word. Those who have already visited Thailand include on the hint.
Immerse yourself in a spiritual culture based on Buddhism. Relax on the beaches of in Phuket or in the park Ao Nang, near Krabi.
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Poe-ma insurances broker, now for over 20 years in several countries in the tropical belt, is a specialist in health and boats insurance for expatriates in Asia.
Earth, wind, fire, and water. No, not a band’s name, but the four elements that must be balanced for a person to be healthy. This is the basis for Thai traditional healing.
There aren’t just temples, beautiful beaches, pretty girls and smiling people in Thailand, there’s also the gastronomy and the seasoned traveller will tell you that the fine Thai cuisine is well worth the detour.
Bayoke Tower is an 85-storey, 304 m (997 ft) skyscraper hotel at 222 Ratchaprarop Road in the Ratchathevi district of Bangkok, Thailand. It is the tallest building in the city, and comprises the Bayoke Sky Hotel, the tallest hotel in South east Asia, and the fourth-tallest all-hotel structure in the world.
Just a block from the hotel is a handful of mega malls along Siam and Petchaburi Roads, such as CentralWorld, Platinum Fashion Mall, Pantip, Gaysorn Plaza, Amarin, Siam Center, Siam Discovery, Siam Paragon and Siam Square.
Occupying the three hotel zones, guest rooms come in a wide range of categories. Hotel’s facilities include an outdoor pool, business centre, fitness centre, revolving viewpoint (84th floor), 24-hour guest service and more. The Airport Rail Link trains (Rajprarop Station), connecting you to/from Suvarnabhumi International Airport, is within a walking distance from the hotel.
The sheer size and magnitude of this enormous city is best experienced at one of Bangkok’s trendy rooftop venues, from where you can enjoy a bird’s eye view of this sprawling metropolis while sipping on a refreshing cocktail. The best time to go is late afternoon – just in time to witness the sun setting behind the magnificent Chao Praya River.
The Rooftop Bar
Thailand’s tallest building, rises 88 storeys above the Bangkok skyline, and offers magnificent views from dizzying heights. Professional bands and singers perform nightly at the indoor Rooftop Bar, which is located on the 83rd floor. The Observation and Revolving roof decks on the 77th and 84th floors are open until 22:30, but no drinks or refreshments are served.
International Buffet at Bangkok Sky Restaurant
This seafood buffet experience comes with one of the best views in Bangkok. Occupying the 76th and 78th floors of towering Bayoke Sky Hotel, Bangkok Sky delights you with an extensive assortment of seafood – river lobsters, prawns, shrimps, squid, scallops, clams, crabs and fishes – prepared as a salad, cocktail, spicy soup, stir-fried in curry paste, tempura and Teppanyaki style, or sprinkled with salt and steamed to mouth watering perfection.
Enjoy your favourite selections with unlimited soft drinks, for lunch and dinner, and complimentary access to the Observation Deck on the 77th floor and Revolving View Point on the 84th floor (free admission). At these heights, the views of down town Bangkok and beyond are simply unbeatable. Light entertainment from the “Joker”, “Robot” and their motley group of friends will enhance your dining experience.
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Patong Beach refers to the beach and town on Phuket‘s west coast. It is the main tourist resort in Phuket, and contains an important centre of Phuket’s nightlife and shopping. The beach became popular with Western tourists, especially Europeans, in the late 1980s.
Patong’s pulsating nightlife never fails to attract curious visitors every evening. Like a magnet, it’s hard to resist a wander down Soi Bangla – the heart of bar scene where girls, neon lights and deafening music compete for your attention. Over a hundred bars ranging from beer bars (girlie bars), Go-Go bars, nightclubs, pubs are condensed into the small action packed area fondly known as « Bangla » where the only priority is to have a good time.
The girls aim to please – dancing around poles, engaging in banter, or coaxing customers to play simple bar games like « Connect » or « Hammer the nail » to break the ice. The objective is to entice customers to buy drinks and hopefully, take them away for the evening.
Soi Crocodile: Also known as ‘Soi Katoey’ for the prominent stage where ladyboys shake everything they’ve got (and some things that were just recently added). This is the most consistently busy of the bar sois and
even on a weeknight in low season there are plenty of punters around.
Soi Easy: Best known for the upstairs Aussie Bar, which attracts a faithful crowd of… Australians, Soi Easy is the bar soi closest to the beach on Bangla Road.
Soi Eric: Run by a professional and well-organized management team from Europe, Soi Eric has done a good job of bringing order from chaos. The first thing you notice is that Soi Eric doesn’t sound like battle of the bands. There is one DJ who plays the records for the entire street, which cuts down on some of the noise and confusion of the other sois.
Soi Gonzo: Next to Soi Easy you’ll find Soi Gonzo, a cool little place that often gets overlooked between the neon of Easy and the ladboys of Soi Crocodile. Soi Gonzo is the place to go to enjoy all the enticements of Bangla Road without having to deal with the crowds. There are maybe ten bars on Soi Gonzo, such as the interesting-looking Black Cat, but the perennial favourite is The Wet Spot, the friendliest bar on the soi.
Soi Lion: Located between Soi Tiger and Soi Seadragon, Soi Lion is
currently under renovation or about to be replaced. Some of the popular bars from Soi Lion, such as the Stockholm Bar, have moved to Soi Sansabai, the street opposite of Soi Bangla, across Rat U This Road.
Soi Seadragon: has entirely been redesigned and rebuilt, featuring now two levels of beer bars in the central lane. A unique sound system cover the whole area and light effects are playing on the giant roof that now protect the full street. Lined on both sides with a lot of new go-go bars, and some others more known, Soi Seadragon is the place to go to watch scantily clad maidens shake what they’ve got for all they’re worth.
Banana Bar is an open-air pub & restaurant and a part of Patong Beach Hotel. On the Beach Road, towards Soi Bangla and just outside Banana Disco, (a tremendously popular venue), Banana Bar offers live music nightly by the popular Sandman Band as well as an Elvis Show every Friday night from 20:30 – 21:30. Booking in advance in high season is recommended.
Hard Rock cafe, is the latest addition to the Patong live music scene and is located on the Rat-U-Thit/Ruamjai Road corner adjacent to Courtyard Marriott Resort at the southern end of Patong. Situated on a 1,330sqm site, Hard Rock offers a 300-seater restaurant and bar area, patio seating and their signature retail Rock Shop which houses some impressive memorabilia from famous stars such as Madonna, Elvis Presley and Guns N’ Roses.
Molly Malone’s is still going strong after more than a decade of delivering Guinness, Kilkenny pub food and good, semi-acoustic music. Expect jigs and reels and plenty of good-natured humour from talented musicians.
Margarita’s is a step above the usual Bangla brashness and is a perfect place to people-watch and listen to live bands playing every evening from 19:30 onwards. With food, TV and a pool table.
There are a few massage parlours in Phuket town which offer similar services to the Patong Christin massage parlour however few tourists ever visit these Phuket oil massage parlors which have mostly Thai clients. Most travelers staying at a hotel at one of the Phuket beaches along the west coast of the island prefer visiting Cristine massage Phuket parlour as its a bit of pain to visit Phuket town for a Phuket massage as it is on the other side of the island.
It contains 300 local and international stores, being anchored by Singapore’s Robinson Department Store and the Carefour Hypermarket.
Within Jungceylon, one can find both luxury brand and discount outlets selling clothes, electronic items, home items, jewellery and so forth.
Jungceylon also has two large hotels, 20 restaurants, 10 health and massage centers, branches of most Thai banks and a SF Cinema.
Patong’s hundreds of hotels come in all shapes and sizes. From budget favourites to five-star luxury, our hotels section has got them covered with many deals exclusive to Phuket.
Patong is one of the widest beaches of Phuket with rows of beach chairs… lots of water activities and access to numerous bars and restaurants
Patong establishments run from hand-wheeled carts selling kebabs and sticky rice all the way to world-class fine dining, with celebrity chefs and award-winning wine lists.
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