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Changing money – tip for those overnighting in Beijing and flying from Mongolia

Changing your left over Mongolian money into Chinese money is easy to do at Ulan Bator airport. Just go the bank befor...
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Changing money at Ulan Bator airport on departure

Changing money at Ulan Bator airport on departure is easy with no commission charged and a normal bank rate to be had. ...
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Songkhla

Songkhla is the provincial capital and 1 hour by aircon minibus from Hat Yai. Minibuses cost 34 baht and leave from var...
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Dahla Guesthouse, Ranong review

400 baht will get you a very clean bungalow with TV. The location is good and reasonable value for money if you are head...
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Kawthoung to Myeik

Travelling from Kawthoung to Myeik takes a bit of time, but is relatively cheap and easy and probably safer than the boa...
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Chumphon to Ranong

We hitchhikied from Hat Tung Wua Laen to Chumphon with a young woman and her daughter. We first went to the bus station...
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Albatross Guesthouse, Hat Tung Wua Laen

Hat Tung Wua Laen is only 30 minutes by songthaew from Chumphon. it's a low profile beach town with several accommodatio...
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Hat Yai

We only spent a short night in Hat Yai as we arrived from Kuala Lumpur at around 20:30. Luckily the Sri Maju bus which ...
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Kuala Lumpur to Hat Yai

There are several ways to get to Hat Yai from KL; plane, train or bus. Cheapish plane tickets are available with Air As...
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Hat Yai to Champon

There are 6 trains a day going to Chumphon along with several buses a day. Whilst the train is definitely slower than t...
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