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Hua Hin hotels officially allowed to re-open - now just waiting for tourists

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2 hours ago, ELLHNAS said:

Why you just dont go? Many people travel return from hua hin to bkk without issues at all and they have been doing it for weeks already. I also went twice in the last 3 weeks. No problems at all.

what about checking into hotels? 

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5 hours ago, ChipButty said:

One step at a time

No here 1 step forwad and 3 steps back

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Well I would love to holiday there for a few days but not untill the bars and restaurants are all open

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3 hours ago, colinneil said:

Maybe i will come and join you, now that would be a sight to behold.:cheesy:

You could turn it into a video called A Couple of Farang Bums On the Road.

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1 minute ago, RickBradford said:

You could turn it into a video called A Couple of Farang Bums On the Road.

Well mate in my case it would be true, as my legs dont work anymore, my bum would be on the road.:cheesy::cheesy:

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5 hours ago, NCC1701A said:

what about lifting the travel ban?

 

Exactly. I last visited Hua Hin in February (from Bangkok) and would be back in a heartbeat, once it is clear that interprovincial travel is allowed for tourism.

 

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6 hours ago, NCC1701A said:

what about lifting the travel ban?

 

ช้าCĥā
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6 hours ago, NCC1701A said:

what about lifting the travel ban?

 

Always the cart before the horse... you know how it works here.

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NCC:

 

There are hotels open in Bangkok and Pattaya now.

I would inquire with a few transport or private car services.

People are traveling now of course.  Many of these services can assist with the forms necessary to

get to another province/city if there are checkpoints.

You would probably be fine coming to Pattaya.

Bangkok possibly when you return back to HH, you may have to do a voluntary 14 day quarantine.

In any event, I would check it out with one of these services to get info.

 

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7 hours ago, colinneil said:

Well go on then, we needs some laughs at the moment, and the thought of you walking naked😂

Maybe i will come and join you, now that would be a sight to behold.:cheesy:

In your Wheel chair Colin, or your rocket scooter?

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Well, closing airports for another six weeks or so will not really fill vacant rooms and Thais have a few other problems - MAJOR problems - on their plate before they consider burning cash in overpriced and - in my opinion - pretty boring Hua Hin. 

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7 hours ago, NCC1701A said:

i just want to get the hell out of this town. 

 

i don't care if I have to walk naked to Bangkok just get me out of here. 

What's wrong? Little cabin fever? I thought Thailand and hau hin were the greatest place on earth?

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Only Hua Hin? What about Bangkok?

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9 hours ago, kotsak said:

And will we be allowed to sit at the same table with our own family members or do we need to scatter across the province for a lunch? 😆

Only 1 person per hotel room.

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7 hours ago, Sydebolle said:

Well, closing airports for another six weeks or so will not really fill vacant rooms and Thais have a few other problems - MAJOR problems - on their plate before they consider burning cash in overpriced and - in my opinion - pretty boring Hua Hin. 

 

You do understand that "boring" is part of the appeal of a weekend getaway from BKK, right? 

 

And one of the things I liked about Thailand is that a weekend away, feet kicked up and relaxing, was just about as cheap as staying in town and entertaining myself.

 

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