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Author Topic: Travel Agent - Bangkok  (Read 1074 times)

Offline Wayang

My long time travel agent in Bangkok has disappeared.  Since I do a fair amount of in-country and other country travelling from a Bangkok base I always used a local to book flights, hotels and trains at short notice.
Any ideas on a replacement in the Sikhumvit area?

Offline Keen Punter

I would like a good recommendation as well.

On my 4 days in Bangkok, I want to do a day trip to the River Kwai to see the war memorial.

Any info would be most welcome.

Offline Jerboa

I would like a good recommendation as well.

On my 4 days in Bangkok, I want to do a day trip to the River Kwai to see the war memorial.

Any info would be most welcome.

For the river Kwai you can catch the early train from Bkk noi station, I did this a couple of years ago, and when I got to Kanchanaburi I met a tour guide, he drove me round the sites on his side car, think I paid him 200-300b, check out Chungkai War cemetary, and the Jeath museum, you can walk across the bridge, and there are a few little restaurants by the river.

Can't recommend a agent, but there are plenty In town that organise daily bus tours there.

Offline Wayang

I would like a good recommendation as well.

On my 4 days in Bangkok, I want to do a day trip to the River Kwai to see the war memorial.

Any info would be most welcome.


KP, I have had no response to e-mails to three travel agents.  Guess, in view of yor up-coming trip I am going to ask you to do a little research around Sukhumvit.

Trains  and planes (internal and SE Asia flights) please.

Happy punting!

Offline Jerboa


KP, I have had no response to e-mails to three travel agents.  Guess, in view of yor up-coming trip I am going to ask you to do a little research around Sukhumvit.

Trains  and planes (internal and SE Asia flights) please.

Happy punting!

I've always booked flights myself, and don't see buying a train ticket to difficult, travel agents just Inflate the prices.

Offline Wayang

I've always booked flights myself, and don't see buying a train ticket to difficult, travel agents just Inflate the prices.

Actually travel agents don't inflate the prices; they get commission from the service provider.

Offline Keen Punter

I've always booked flights myself, and don't see buying a train ticket to difficult, travel agents just Inflate the prices.
When me and Rocky booked for the Philippines last May, we got it cheaper in the Travel Agent than we could find online.

Offline Wayang

I meant to add I would rather traipse up and down Sukhumvit (Soi Nana to Soi 33 is fun as you duck the l'boys' advances) to make bookings than traipse all over town to get tickets - OK you can use the web but it is not as reliable as you might think.

Offline Jerboa

Well that might be true, but for example I got a flight to Phuket 1k cheaper walking Into the airport rather than a Sukh agent.


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