I want to go to Thailand and train in Muay Thai. Looking for a website or somebody to talk to who can help square me away.
Check out www.diamondmuaythai.com on Koh Phangan. Any queries are answered pretty quickly by them on email@example.com over 8 years ago
Is it okay to generally carry a red day backpack in Thailand considering the red and yellow t-shirt controversy?
Could be problems. Backpacks in Bangkok have had to be a neutral orange colour since June 2011. over 8 years ago
Refer to Gary O- spot on over 8 years ago
Looking to go backpacking in Thailand for 3 weeks. Basically, I just wana have a good time. Bangkok is a must.. Phuket vs Full moon Party?
Not that common and it depends what ure after....If it's beaches then Phukets got a few nice ones but many are very tourisiy, crowded and developed. Things to do- Phuket might have more range.....beauty- Phangan. Full Moon Party can be madness but the nights b4 also can be better if you are into parties. over 8 years ago
Bottle beach, haad Salad on Koh Phangan almost 9 years ago
You have to try and hit everywhere. Full Moon Party is a must so factor that into the equation. Even if you are not into the monster parties. This one is definitely a buzz. We were on Koh Phangan for 3 days and partied and also trained Thai boxing at Diamond Muay Thai which was wicked and we sweated out most of the poison-http://www.diamondmuaythai.com/ . Also head to Chiang Mai and further north is Pai. Really cool hippy place. Chiang Mai is wicked place especially old town and around the riverside. Riverside restaurant is v nice place to eat. Bkk has to be done for a few days shopping- prob at the end of the trip. Krabi also worth going to -everyone does Phi Phi, Krabi, Railey beach etc. sjip Phuket, boring. almost 9 years ago