Thailand, a travel survival kit

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Lonely Planet Publications, 1984 - Travel - 214 pages
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Fifth, updated edition of a travel guide first published in 1982 which covers remote hill-tribe villages to ancient cities and magnificent temples. Includes information on trekking, boat trips, national parks and shopping, as well as advice on accommodation, where to eat, etiquette, transport, visa and health requirements. Also contains useful phrases, 121 maps and an index.

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The pre-2004-tsunami edition and even before that in desperate need of updating. The Thailand LP lives up to the usual standards, but it is essential to have the newest edition since places change a lot. Read full review

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User Review  - surreality - LibraryThing

Accurate and extensive as usual. Smaller than the previous edition for easier storage. There is a certain feeling of smugness about the town entries at times, and a little too much sarcasm in ... Read full review

Contents

INTRODUCTION
7
FACTS FOR THE VISITOR VisasMoneyCostsTippingClimateHealth
28
GETTING THERE By AirBy Land
43
Copyright

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About the author (1984)

Cummings began travelling in South-East Asia shortly after finishing university. He is a graduate student of the Thai language and Asian art history.

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