New Zealand EmbassyTraveling in Thailand, having your embassy’s website bookmarked is the first thing you should do. If you lose your passport or need new pages, are ill or injured, get married in Thailand, a member of your family dies, there’s a natural disaster, you get arrested or have personal belongings stolen or any number of other problems or emergencies, you’ll likely need to contact the embassy.Their websites have lots of great tips and contact information for hundreds of groups and agencies useful if you’re in Thailand for any length of time. Plus, their travel warnings are useful if you plan on traveling within the country.
One of the most useful websites in Thailand is the website for the Thai Immigration Department. If you spend more than a few weeks in Thailand, you will need to visit the Thai Immigration Department to get a tourist visa renewal. Their website has excellent information on every visa requirement, how long it takes to get it and how much it costs. Plus, with Thailand’s constantly changing visa requirements, it’s good to keep a check on possible new regulations to ensure you don’t have problems.
If you are living in Chiang Rai or interested in Chiang Rai news this is the site for you.
Another useful website in Thailand is The Nation newspaper in Bangkok. Rather than have to buy a newspaper every day to keep up on local and international news, it’s easiest just to go to the website of The Nation, one of Thailand’s English language newspapers. Here, you’ll find breaking news, local and international news, any political problems that may affect your stay, health issues and more.
If you’re planning on traveling around Thailand for a few months, booking hotels online in advance will make your Thai vacation much easier. Asia Rooms is one of the best online hotel booking services, as it’s reliable, safe to pay via credit card and features hotel rooms for all budgets.
Particularly if you’re traveling during rainy season, you’ll want to keep an eye on the weather. If planning on trekking in the Chiang Mai area or on the beach in Phuket, it’s useful to know if it’s going to rain or stay dry, be too hot to trek or too stormy for the beach. Updated in real time, the Thailand Meteorological Department is the best place to go for quick weather checks in Thailand.
Traveling in Thailand is always fun, but having these useful websites bookmarked can make your life just that little bit easier.