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Learn how to journey Thailand in 20 Days!! Thailand Journey Information

How to travel Thailand in 20 Days!! Thailand Travel Guide



HOW TO TRAVEL THAILAND IN 20 DAYS!! That is my Thailand Journey Information! All the things from Elephants in Chiang Mai, to the total moon get together in Koh Phangan. That is THE BEST Thailand journey Itinerary.
Go to; Bangkok, chiang mai, pai, krabi, railay, koh phi phi, maya bay, koh lanta and koh phangan.

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44 thoughts on “Learn how to journey Thailand in 20 Days!! Thailand Journey Information

  1. Noahvde says:

    MY DUDES!!! Thank you for checkin' out the video. Sorry for the lack of activity as of recent, we have been dealing with some family stuff. Things are looking up and I am beyond stoked for my upcoming trips! See you in anotha' one!

  2. ZEUS CANINE says:

    Complete newbee here. I wanted to ask you or your viewers how the visas work??
    I apply for 60day tourist visa (while in UK)
    Then at some point i leave Thailand via land to Laos.. Then i can either re-enter Thailand for 30day or i can apply for another 60day tourist visa while in Laos? Thanks

  3. Selena Cruz says:

    So I plan on visiting Thailand for a month. I’ll be 18. I can’t even drive a car lol but do you need some sort of license to drive a scooter? Or do you need to take classes or something? I’ve noticed that a lot of people tend to rent scooters in southeast asia

  4. Moha Stits says:

    I really love this video. Have been watching it more than once! Now again, getting back a little Thailand vibes. I also made videos when I was backpacking, they dont have as much views as this one haha. But still I invite everyone who wants to watch them and sub to me, you are welcome!
    Much love from Amsterdam
    Mohamed

  5. Ren says:

    I know this video is from 2017 but still gunna ask this question. Did you feel like it was rushed at all? 2-4 days in places doesn't seem like a lot!

  6. awora says:

    That’s why you gotta experience things for yourself.I’ve been in Thailand now for 16 days.Visit Bangkok,Phuket,Phi Phi,Koh Phangan and Koh Samui.I have enjoyed Koh Samui the most so far.People are friendlier,hotels are better for same price,scooter rental is cheaper without have to leave your paspoort behind and I probably forgot something.I’m 35 traveling alone.Plus if you ever been to Bali don’t expect the Thai to be as nice as the Balinese people(that was for me disappointing).Plus in Bali hotels are better(cleaner nicer rooms for same price)and taxis and scooter rental are cheaper.Been here since 2 January 2020

  7. Amazing Animals! Adventure Travel says:

    Elephant Nature Park and Elephant Jungle Sanctuary (locations in Chiang Mai and throughout Thailand) are both highly ethical elephant sanctuaries. You can interact with the elephants and feel good knowing your money is going to the sanctuaries in Thailand that treat their elephants the best.

  8. DAN THE MAN says:

    Don't do it. It's the THAITANIC a sinking ship. High exchange rate. Stupid immigration rules. And no love towards foreigners. Lies behind a fake smile.. Thailand was amazing but it's had it's day now.

  9. Kamila Raeder says:

    Elephants should NEVER be touched, fed or washed by tourists! They're trained to seem to "enjoy" your company, and the training is based on fear and pain. If they had a choice, any of those elephants wouldn't even come close to human. But unfortunately this is very profitable business, and it's easy to create this illusion of "cruelty free sanctuary" just to make more money.

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