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  • Cuti-cuti Malaysia Airasia ThailandHotels near Kuala Lumpur Sentral http://klsentral.org/hotels-near-kl-sentral/ Train Station.Laura asks…Where to do a diving course in thailand?so I want to do the open water course, it will be my first time. I want somehwere that is cheap, innice area and has good instructors. But also I want to do it somewhere that is easy to get to. Iam staying in Bangkok and going to Chang Ma. I might get a flight to Phuket or Krabi asAirAsia goes there then go to Bangkok afterwards, or I could go to a different place withbeaches and scuba if you think a different place is better, just suggest a way to get there and tobangkok after, I will be coming from Kuala Lumpur.Kaki Cuti Cuti Malaysia answers:Pattaya area might be less expensive because it is so cheap to get to there from Bangkok andthe hotels are cheaper! You don’t have to pay for a plane ride to Phuket too!From Bangkok to Pattaya will cost around 115 baht from the Ekamai bus station in Bangkok.Http://www.pjscuba.com/http://learn-in-asia.com/http://thailand.scuba-4u.com/ 1/6
  • Good luck.Helen asks…Air Asia Documents?I was about to purchase tickets on airasia.com website for July 3, 2008 from Singapore toThailand but then a message appeared. It says “Please be reminded that you will beresponsible for obtaining all entry, exit, health and other documents. If you are unsure of therequirements, we recommend that you contact the consulate/embassy of your desireddestination before purchasing your seat. Thank you.”What does that mean I have to do? I am from the United States.I won’t be staying for over 30 days. Do I need any vaccines to enter Thailand or Singapore?Kaki Cuti Cuti Malaysia answers:It just means you’re responsible for any visas, valid passports and any other documents thatmay be required to enter Thailand. As an American who lives in Thailand I can tell you that youdon’t need anything other than a valid passport that doesn’t expire for at least six months pastyour intended stay. The Thai Ministry of Foreign Affairs website does state that you must haveproof of onward travel and sufficient funds for the length of your stay, but on over 50 entries intoThailand I have never once been asked to show either. US passport holders are given a 30 dayvisa exemption, all you really need is a valid passport. Here’s the Ministry of Foreign Affairswebsite, you can see for yourself: 2/6
  • http://www.mfa.go.th/web/2482.php?id=2487Charles asks…phi phi island from bangkok?hi i am visiting Thailand in a couple of months and plan to go to phi phi Island from eitherpattaya or bangkok i checked some of the airfares how come some are much cheaper than theothers?? like airasia.com is only like 100 dollars roundtrip from Bangkok to phukett when someothers are over 200 dollars??? aprreciated any help or suggestions ..thank u..Kaki Cuti Cuti Malaysia answers:Hmmm scrap Pattaya!! I was so disapointed when i got there…unless you are a middle agedman looking to hook up with a girl young enough to be your grand daughter! Honest you wontmiss anything but skipping it out.We got the train down to Krabi n then boated to Phi Phi.The over night train is fantastic,comfy cheap and very clean.YOu can get the train from centralbangkok.enjoy.i wouldnt fly.u see more by train .Get a lonely planet to! 3/6
  • David asks…Why so many tourist give Msia a skip?Approx 25 years ago i remembered the PATA programme…the tourist came, but just pass byMsia going into Thailand from SporeI have stayed 7 years in Spore, i saw they have so many tourists, I stayed in Bangkok for 3years, every month i travelled back to Penang most of the time i took a train and sometime byAir Asia…travelling alone i talked a lot to tourists, you know be a busybody and free traveladviser to kill time especially when i take a train it was 22 hrs, majority of the tourist travel fromBangkok to Penang so that they can extend their visa in Thailand, some travel to KL for a shorttrip then off to Spore…they are using Msia just for transitNow Airasia bring Australian to KL directly, in Jan i went to SiemReap via LCCT, I met a groupof Australians and we travelled together and stayed in the same hotel…all of them just use KL asa transit, the most only one night in KL, they went to Siem Reap, PhenomPenh then Bangkok,Spore then go home……why tourists skip Msia? I asked them, they just say Msia is notinteresting….if not for AirAsia they wouldn’t be here at all…..Kaki Cuti Cuti Malaysia answers:Probably because there isn’t much info given by our tourism ministry. When you reachSingapore/Thailand, the first thing you’ll see is lots and lots of pamplets, maps, etc to guidetourists around. You can even get them in shopping malls.In KL, even the so called tourist’s information booth is empty. A waste of money to build it.Who’s going to come??Next, if you search for travel guide from the internet, there are hardly any for Malaysia, but justsearch for Thailand, you get a whole lot of information. 4/6
  • Even if the information of Malaysia is there, they are not detailed enough, and this includewebsites created by the ministry.Malaysia is very interesting, but we are just not promoting them!Almost every Singaporean speak English. Foreigners come here and ask locals something, theyshy away answering, “tak tahu, tak tahu”. The people know their places around very well. Here,ask me to drive to PJ from KLCC also I tak tahu.The signboards are horrible, drivers are crazy, and most importantly:-things that you can get cheap and abundant in Thailand is not available in Malaysia.Ken asks…Air Asia flights cancelled for tomorrow morning, we haveconnecting flights… What to do?!?Hi guysHuge problem. Me and my husband are currently in Vietnam on a visa run holiday. We are dueto fly back to Bangkok tomorrow morning at 7.45am and 30minutes ago I received a textmessage from AirAsia to say the flight has been cancelled, sorry for any inconvenience. Wellits a fricking huge inconvenience as we have to re-enter Thailand before the 22nd May toreceive the last 3 months on our non immigrant O Visas. They sent me a phone number to callbut say there working hours are 8am to 9pm and we are supposed to be on the plane by then. Ihave looked online for similar stories as the AirAsia site says nothing that I can find to do withcancelled flights and it seems people have been forced into paying for a later flight on the sameday at almost triple the price and not offered a refund or any credit for this flight. We are alsomeant to be flying back to Koh Samui (flight booked for 7.45pm tomorrow night) and so this 5/6
  • flight is going to be wasted as well (The only other flight available tomorrow on their website does not get into BKK until 7.25pm). Please please can someone tell us what to do, we are sat in our hotel room in Saigon now completely panicking. Please help somebody please! Kaki Cuti Cuti Malaysia answers: Call the Air Asia and tell them what is going on. Maybe they can re-arrange you to fly somewhere else and still get you into Bangkok. However if the airport is closed, then you are out of luck. If the airline still cannot do anything, see if you can go to the Thai embassy or consulate for assistance. Powered by Yahoo! Answers Download Hotel Discount Coupon http://hoteldiscountcoupons.blogspot.com/search/label/Kuala%20Lumpur for Hotels in Kuala Lumpur Cuti-cuti Malaysia Vacation Cuti-cuti Malaysia Airasia Thailand 6/6Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)