January 3rd 2012
What to bring, or should it be, not to bring, along with a snapshot of the days expenses..
Day 2: Living in Thailand
Today I broke up the day with a trip to the annual Flower Festival in Chiang Rai with a friend, then a trip to 7/11 to pay
the monthly phone bill, I will talk more about phone plans in one of the upcoming days. Even motorbikes have to pay parking sometimes.
Total for the day: 885 Baht $29.75 - Total Remaining: 10,895 Baht
Where to find cheap flights to Asia!
- Telephone Monthly - 750 Baht $25.20 (Includes Unlimited Data.)
- Parking for the motorbike 20 Baht - 70cts
- Groceries 115 Baht - $3.85
I had always presumed that Bangkokís Suvarnabhumi Airport BKK, was the main hub for all South East Asia, this is wrong Kuala Lumpur International Airport KL in Malaysia is, even if your final destination is Thailand start with KL for the cheapest prices, a flight from KL to anywhere in SE Asia is next to nothing.
Here are a couple of places I have used. Americans head on over to
It is an auction site and you can pick up some great deals "you donít have to win the auction to get a ticket" bid low and hope for a left over ticket. Also check one-way flights to London, and keep reading.
A new site appeared recently www.adioso.com
serving primarily Asian destinations, you donít have to add dates or airports just enter "KL or BKK to Europe" it then gives you the next 3 months flights with all the prices. My favorite Airline is Air Asia and Adioso covers all their routes, including flights to Europe. Set up an email alert with route and price less than X and you can pick up some amazing deals.
Continue Reading Day 2: What to bring with you to Thailand.