Lonely Planet Thailand

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Lonely Planet Thailand Nobody knows Thailand like Lonely Planet Our th edition will have you soaking up the sun on the island paradises of the south trekking among the hill tribes and riding elephants in Chiang Mai disc

  • Title: Lonely Planet Thailand
  • Author: China Williams Mark Beales Tim Bewer Catherine Bodry Austin Bush Brandon Presser Lonely Planet
  • ISBN: 9781741791570
  • Page: 473
  • Format: Paperback
  • Nobody knows Thailand like Lonely Planet Our 13th edition will have you soaking up the sun on the island paradises of the south, trekking among the hill tribes and riding elephants in Chiang Mai, discovering the ancient temples of Sukhothai and snapping up bargains or being pampered in a spa in Bangkok.Lonely Planet guides are written by experts who get to the heart of evNobody knows Thailand like Lonely Planet Our 13th edition will have you soaking up the sun on the island paradises of the south, trekking among the hill tribes and riding elephants in Chiang Mai, discovering the ancient temples of Sukhothai and snapping up bargains or being pampered in a spa in Bangkok.Lonely Planet guides are written by experts who get to the heart of every destination they visit This fully updated edition is packed with accurate, practical and honest advice, designed to give you the information you need to make the most of your trip.In This Guide Detailed advice on everything from food drink to transport healthSpecial Thailand You chapter with tips on culture and etiquetteExtensive Deep South coverage eases your travels in the conflicted region

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    One thought on “Lonely Planet Thailand

    1. Christiana Hadji on said:

      It does cover the basics, but I would never EVER take any Lonely Planet information for granted without double and triple checking it online from other sources. In my opinion all travel guidebooks should be conducted with the assistance of locals to eliminate mistakes and gaps. After reading Lonely Planet Cyprus (I'm Cypriot), I realized that this is not the case (lots of mistakes a local would never make, lots of important info missing) and since then I'm more skeptical about anything I read in [...]

    2. Alexandria Rauf on said:

      Granted I have not gotten to Thailand yet (later this year, I will!), I think this is a great guide to give you a good start in vacation/travel research. It does bring up ethics in regards to elephant sanctuaries (and does mention ones that allow elephant riding--which is a BIG no-no for elephant health), but misses out on some of the ones I've been researching separately. Overall, it has given me some ideas of where I want to go, and what places I want to avoid. Definitely appreciate the inform [...]

    3. Tri Le on said:

      Good basic overview of Thailand. Plenty of useful maps and tidbits of information. Well organized and typical of Lonely Planet guides.

    4. Michelle Pasanna on said:

      The last few Lonely Planet books I've used have been a bit disappointing. Their recommendations seemed very average and the maps only moderately useful. We also found the that the walking tours where a lot of tramping around without much explanation.Their explanation of the Thai language was helpful, however there were 3 different sections of the book we had to refer to depending on whether the phrases were food related (at the front), general inquiry (3/4 the way through) or glossary terms (in [...]

    5. Jorge Pelicano Paulos on said:

      A beautiful country which definitely deserves at least a visit during a lifetime. This guide, however, shows up with some mistakes, reason why I always had to double-check its information before leaving to a specific place. Have in mind, though, that doing a personal research about specific details on Thailand transportations or attractions may be difficult and challenging.

    6. Löki Gale on said:

      Wellwhat can I say. It is a guide book.Firstly, any guide book is going to have holes and of course, this one did. Nothing too big and nothing I could not figure out on my own, but after waking up at 5 a.m. to catch a supposed 6 a.m. ferry (and finding out that it did not start until 7:30) was a bit frustrated.Overall, a great guide for a even greater country.

    7. Monica DiNatale on said:

      There is tons of useful information in this Thailand book. Most things in Thailand are reasonably priced so it was very helpful to have recommendations of hotels and restaurants. The street food is amazing! The maps are soooo helpful when looking for a beautiful beach to check out. I picked Phuket. I am so happy they gave me the advice to take a cooking class too.

    8. Holly on said:

      This book was really helpful for my two week trip to Thailand. I knew what to get, learn, and focus on to be respectful and have fun in Thailand. Well worth the money, and I will use this book for my NEXT trip to Thailand!! Foods, local tips, rules, currencyl in here.

    9. Tammy Mckeever on said:

      I enjoyed it but when visiting my "kids" in Thailand they notes that much of the information was not accurate, at least in their area of Thailand. On the other hand I was able to share a lot of information they didn't know and that was fun for us all!

    10. Donna on said:

      A useful and helpful guide to Thailand, although I find the Thailand edition doesn't give as good directions for taking transport between cities as other countries versions have done before.

    11. Melissa on said:

      [2011.12.07] Used 2009 13th Edition to plan the Chiang Mai portion of our Nov-Dec 2011 trip (approx 3 days). Though a little outdated, it was sufficient.

    12. Toot on said:

      واو تايلند من المدن التي استمتع بقراءة معلوماتها لا يفوووووووتكم !!

    13. SUDIPTO BOSE on said:

      detailed and lucid account of all you are to do in Thailand as a touristlue for moneyt oriented to wealthy travelersis is lonely planets top seller worldwide in country guides series.

    14. Jana Kaplan on said:

      I borrowed it from the library, and it convinced me that i need to go to thailand :)

    15. Catherine Woodman on said:

      Excellent series of guidebooks with a n emphasis not just on the big cities, and expensive restaurants but to more affordable and unusual destinations.

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