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    Quote Originally Posted by 17012430 View Post
    I'm getting out of here once my accommodation is done. Not going to extend like I was planning to. Bangkok is just better in terms of price, choice and partying. Might go to Cambodia next since it's opened.
    Once you've done Phnom Phen, head over to Saigon via Moc Bai border, continue north up to Hanoi, then cut across inland to Vientiane, Luang Prabang, then Chiang Rai, finishing your trip in the Golden Triangle. If you're still adventurous, head into Yangon, Mandalay, Nyaungschwe. Hire a female guide and spend an overnight trip in the mountains. Fly back to Bkk, and get your manscaping done again, before you head out to the Phils...

    Don't think too much about the punt, just enjoy the sights, scenery, people and food in your travels. You'll never know what adventures you'll get to experience, or with who. The punt will literally come to you, without you even expecting it...

    I met alot of local girls along the places I mentioned above in my backpacking travels in 2005. I've had one nighters in some towns I was in, paid $10 USD for overnight companions in others, and even met a Thai gf during the whole trip in Phuket. It was the best 3 months I had experienced just after turning 30...

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmk76 View Post
    ... If you're still adventurous, head into Yangon, Mandalay, Nyaungschwe...
    Gee, you’d have to be pretty adventurous to go there at the moment!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiwi Punter View Post
    Gee, you’d have to be pretty adventurous to go there at the moment!
    The latest YouTube clips about Thailand have shown the girls are out and about, the bars are trading with girls standing outside and trying to attract customers and music venues playing music and bands playing to the public. It appears business is returning. Let's remember Thailand needs the tourist dollar to survive. The Thai people and the economy have suffered a lot during this pandemic. The country needs money from tourists.

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    Don’t disagree with any of your comments, cuteguy.

    But I was simply responding to the suggestion to possibly visit Burma after the rest of Indochina. Nothing to do with Covid (although that’s a real problem there still I think), rather the aftermath of the coup earlier in the year. Not a safe place at all currently (military drove a tank into a crowd of protestors earlier this month).

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    泰國政府表示,由於擔心Omicron變種新冠病毒蔓延,星期二起恢復對外國遊客的強制隔離,並取消隔離豁 免。

    The Thai government is changing its quarantine rules due to the Omicron variant: as of next Tuesday, mandatory hotel quarantine for overseas visitors will resume and no more exemptions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AHLUNGOR View Post
    泰國政府表示,由於擔心Omicron變種新冠病毒蔓延,星期二起恢復對外國遊客的強制隔離,並取消隔離豁 免。

    The Thai government is changing its quarantine rules due to the Omicron variant: as of next Tuesday, mandatory hotel quarantine for overseas visitors will resume and no more exemptions.
    No smooth sailing again for foreigners hoping to travel to Thailand. I thought the Thai government had just stopped any more registrations for travel to Thailand.

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    Just wait until all restrictions have dropped, no point travelling with so many hoops to jump through...

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    Quote Originally Posted by dannyboy View Post
    Just wait until all restrictions have dropped, no point travelling with so many hoops to jump through...
    Travelling overseas now will never be the same as in the past.

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