Category: Roads,Trains and Planes

Udon Thani’s Samlor Spacelabs

Udon Thani’s Samlor Spacelabs

There are many modes of transport available for travelling around Thailand’s cities and towns. Taxis, buses, songthaews, tuk tuks and rickshaws are the best known ones. Shanks’s pony is another, although in Thailand like most places in the world, there is always some form of transport ready willing and able, 24 hours...

Fly Economy to Thailand With Etihad and Get a First Class Flight Experience

Fly Economy to Thailand With Etihad and Get a First Class Flight Experience

The temptation to choose the cheapest flight to Thailand is an option many people take up. I went down that route many years ago, but five years back, after booking a slightly more expensive flight with Etihad Airways and enjoying first class travel in an economy seat, I questioned whether...

Thai Immigration Aims to Make the Long Haul Shorter

Thai Immigration Aims to Make the Long Haul Shorter

What is the worst thing about visiting Thailand? You’re probably thinking there isn’t one, everything about the Land of Smiles is out-of-this-world. You’re wrong. Think about your arrival and getting through Thai Immigration, those long queues, well soon they could be a thing of the past because Thailand’s Immigration Bureau...

London to Bangkok and Udon Thani

London to Bangkok and Udon Thani

Today I will once again slip on my traveller’s shoes and shut my front door behind me to set off on the long haul from London to Bangkok and Udon Thani. It’s a route I know well, and one which for the best part I’ll be pinning my faith in...

Madness on Thailand’s Roads

Madness on Thailand’s Roads

The photograph above is an alarming sight and once again shows the danger and madness on Thailand’s roads. It’s the kind of spectacle which is not uncommon on Thailand’s highways but one which you’d probably never see in countries such as America, Germany, France or the United Kingdom. Heaven help...

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