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How about websites such as:

www.ensogo.com

www.thaicitydeals.com

www.groupon.co.th

These sites have deals for hotels as well as restaurants in many areas of Thailand.

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How do you know whitecardasia is good, it does not even exist yet.

From the website 'we launch very soon'.

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For anything about durian in Thailand (where to buy, different varieties, festivals, seasons, etc) stop by www.yearofthedurian.com

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Planning on visiting Chiang Mai? Check out the new FREE Chiang Mai APP for all mobile devices. Includes advice, detailed information about tourist attractions, journeys out of town, restaurants and hotel reviews.

Coming soon discounts, detailed maps to all attractions and businesses listed, contact information for reliable taxis and guides.

If you have a tourism related business and you would like to be added to the APP please contact me.

Cheers,

Randy

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Though some interesting websites were listed, a post with links to a variety of commercial websites has been removed from view. Per forum rules:

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What to Pack for Your Trip to Thailand
Pack light! You don’t need much. I have dozens of friends who have lived out of one backpack for 6 months, and keep in mind that I moved to Asia for a year and a half trip with only two bags. Keep in mind that Thailand is a tropical country where you rarely need any cold-weather clothing or jackets. Laundry is very cheap and you can purchase anything you need over here, so pack less than you think you will need.

If you want to visit Thai temples (wats) you should bring one pair of lightweight long pants (and women need to cover their shoulders and arms).

There are 7/11’s on every street corner where you can get snacks, basic toiletries and household items. Tesco Lotus is a good chain to find cheap food and household items, and there are plenty of inexpensive, fairly good-quality clothes to be found among the street vendors at Khao San Road, Chatuchak weekend market, and the innumerable street markets that crop up all over Bangkok.

Don’t forget to barter! It’s a way of life in Thailand. This won’t work for food most of the time, or in nicer hotels, department stores, etc. But if you’re buying goods on the street, ask their price and then start your counter offer at half what they quoted you.

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