MY HUSBAND and I are in our mid-60s and are going to Thailand next year. What is the best way to book tours? Most travel agents seem to want to book them before we leave but we are not sure we want to do that. Also, can you advise the best way to take mon
DOC: Some people like to have everything organised before they depart and know what they are doing each day, which helps them budget; others prefer to wing it.
If you see a tour that takes your fancy from your travel agent and it’s within budget, having it booked and confirmed may give you peace of mind.
Once in Thailand, you will find loads of local companies offering every conceivable variation of these tours, usually slightly cheaper. Ask around at your hotel for tips from other tourists.
For money, convert some cash on arrival then simply withdraw Thai baht as you need from an ATM with the Maestro, MasterCard or Cirrus logo.