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Thread: What do you do for fun in Thailand?

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    Motorbiking, cooking, sex.

  2. #12
    Read, watch TV and films. Get laid.

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    Kodi has too much porn! Just an observation, not a declaration!

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    Teach, travel, read, photography, and dining out. I am pretty boring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HistoryMuff View Post
    Teach, travel, read, photography, and dining out. I am pretty boring.
    You teach for ? Well that's a new one.

    Me ....... I repair things. Anything broken represents a challenge and I feel a compulsion to repair it. Saved myself loads of money and learnt quite a lot along the way.

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    Thailand tourism attractions.

    Quote Originally Posted by Flash View Post
    Besides getting drunk! Anyone have any hobbies? Play some sports? Or what?
    In Thailand, you can enjoy by visiting
    • Beaches.
    • Street and can enjoy
    • Thai spa for this enjoyment you have to plan a Thailand tour with best a good tour operator.

    Thailand is a very beautiful place which relaxes the mind and soul of tourists.

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    Things to do and visit in Thailand

    Thailand is pretty much the most popular gap year destination in the world, and for good reason. There’s so much to do there, you could easily spend a year getting to know the country’s intricacies and quirks.

    • Visit the Grand Palace

    As one of Bangkok’s main tourist attractions, it can be tempting to dodge the throngs of cheery snappers in the afternoon heat but it is worth the sweat-breaking aggro.

    • Go wild on Khao San Road

    Described in ‘The Beach’ as the ‘backpacking center of the universe’ it’d be criminal not to pay Khao San Road a visit.

    • Wat Arun

    The Temple of Dawn rests on Bangkok’s riverside and makes for a pretty picture when sunset comes and the entire temple begins to glow.

    • Take a day trip to Ayutthaya

    The capital of the Ayutthaya province is located in the valley of the Chao Phraya River, just a short train ride from Bangkok. The once royal city now overflows with crumbling temples and religious ruins, which is why it is protected as a World Heritage Site.

    Hope this information will help to make your tour more interesting.

    You can also checkout the best Thailand tours and Singapore trip at very affordable price.
    Last edited by diya@123; 04-06-2019 at 02:51 PM.

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