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    Im going to Hong Kong, Malaysia (Penang & Kuala Lumpur), and Singapore. Any suggestions for Hostels or places to visit??

    Every time I travel to HK and Singapore, I use airbnb.com -- has never failed me. Safe travels! :) about 7 years ago

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    Can you help me where's the best place to stay in hongkong

    I have stayed in various awesome apartments around Tsim Sha Tsui and HK Island via airbnb.com. Safe travels! :) about 7 years ago

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    What's the best hill tribe trek in the north of Thailand?

    For the level of care, English fluency, authenticity and responsible travel values, I always try to use Intrepid Travel http://www.intrepidtravel.com/, they have tours to suit anyone and can often tailor them to your needs. I have used them both in Thailand and Vietnam and they have not disappointed me! Safe travels! :) about 7 years ago

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    Have you ever been to travel at Thailand? Why you choose Thailand and where is the best for you?

    I go to Thailand for the smiles, the beaches & the food. I can't choose the best place because I enjoyed every place I have been for different reasons. If you enjoy beaches, head to Koh Lanta off the coast of Krabi. If you enjoy clubs, sun, bars and Muay Thai, go to Phuket. If you enjoy shopping and too much food choice, go to Bangkok. If you enjoy mild weather, old town atmosphere, jungle adventures, laid back feel, go to Chiang Mai. If you want a hippy town, go to Pai. Wherever you go, you won't be disappointed. Safe travels! :) about 7 years ago

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    Looking for a family adventure in Thailand

    Hi, I really enjoyed Koh Lanta, off the coast Krabi. You can travel by boat via Phuket or Krabi. It is not yet touristy but does have the infrastructure to support tourists. There are certainly 5 star resorts but there is a wide range of accommodation to choose from, including beach bungalows and jungle retreats. I stayed in an amazing eco lodge called Baan Rao Bed and Breakfast (https://www.facebook.com/pages/Baan-Rao-Bed-and-Breakfast-Koh-Lanta). They are a gorgeous couple with 2 small children. You have full access to the house and amenities. It's a short walk to the beach but high on a small hill for the most gorgeous sunsets. The rooms are beautifully decorated and spacious. You can snorkel, dive, drive, cycle, walk around the whole island. There is authentic Thai food by the locals as well as an authentic German bakery by the expats who fell in love with this small island with so much to offer. The further you get away from the the pier the less busy and touristy it will be. I was there in peak season and it was not overcrowded with the rowdy and disrespectful backpackers that plague Phuket. I hope you enjoy your holiday, wherever you choose to go! :) about 7 years ago

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    Trying to book a flight from Florida to Bangkok? Any website suggestions? Thanks in advance

    Hope this is not too late but I often use orbitz.com or if you have an iPad or iPhone, download SkyScanner. :) about 7 years ago

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    Would you suggest me about the most beautiful beach in Thailand?

    Head to the Koh Lanta, a small island off the coast of Krabi. You can get a boat from Phuket or Krabi. It is not yet a large tourist destination so prices are kept low and even during peak season, it is not over crowded. You can dive, swim, snorkel, drive, cycle and walk your way around the island. It has a sleepy town feel and you find a combination of authentc Thai food as well as authentic German bakery due to the number of European expats who have made this place their own. The water is so clear, you can be neck deep and still see your feet. It is everything I imagined Thai beaches to be. Safe travels! :) about 7 years ago

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    please advise me on China trip in November

    Hello! Shanghai is so big, you need at least 2 full days to enjoy the abundance of food and experiences in the Bund and the French Concession! I recommend a minimum of 2 but try for 3-4! You will no doubt head to Nanjing Rd for shopping and food but divert to the small streets and lane ways for little eateries that will give you the authentic Shanghai taste you are looking for. In terms of a holiday destination, both Shenzhen and Guangzhou offers similar experiences in shopping and food. However, I prefer Guangzhou for its places of interest. Shenzhen is a closer step to Hong Kong but Guangzhou has easy access, too. Depends what you're looking for! It is cheaper to book in China for tours as the prices are more competitive due to the sheer number of agents. You also have more of a chance to negotiate a better deal in person than online. Safe travels! :) about 7 years ago