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Packing used to be one of those things that I hated doing. However, with that being said, I knew that if I was going to travel the world Thailand included , some serious thought would have to go in to what I would pack.
Just like every backpacker, I went through the whole over packing, do-I-need-a-blow-dryer, how will I survive with just two pairs of shorts phase.
First off, relax, take a deep breathe, and enjoy the process. After spending a couple of months in Europe and the United States, I found a super cheap deal when searching Skyscanner and soon, I found myself on a flight heading to the land of smiles and pad thai.
As I started my trip during the summer and went deep into the heart of winter in Europe, I had some cold weather clothes with me.
As soon as I got to Thailand, I instantly knew I had way too many clothes. Winter gloves, beanies, scarfs, and shoes instantly got left behind in the last hostel I stayed at.
I knew clothes were cheap in Thailand so I wanted to make room in my backpack for hippie trousers and comfortable tank tops. As soon as you land, you will kick yourself for lugging your entire wardrobe as clothes there are so cheap! Make sure before you head to Thailand that you have Travel Insurance! We recommend World Nomads mainly because of their extensive activity coverage. I recommend downloading the Skyscanner app to compare flights and find cheap deals! Sometimes, flying to the thai islands is easier than taking long buses and trains.
How did I learn? So, the big question is…what do you need to pack for Thailand? Without further delay here is a complete recommended packing list for Thailand women and men. There you have it ladies and gentlemen. The contents of my home aka. Personally, I gave up on cute a long time ago. If you travel long term like me, it would all boil down to…. Check out our full Thailand Travel Tips for more information on where to go, what to do, and the best places to stay while in Thailand.
What you bring on your travels to Thailand will have to boil down to what your travel style is. As a digital nomad, I tend to pack more gadgets as the regular backpacker in Thailand would. However, here is my list of must travel accessories for a trip to South East Asia. Apart from these essentials, you have to consider important documents that you have to bring.
Being that I am a no frills kind of girl, my toiletries kit is kept to a bare minimum. I restock shampoos, tampons and everything essential when I got to major cities. I also carry some detergent powder in case I decide to hand wash my clothing. How to Choose the Perfect Camera. Now that you have the essentials worked out, avoid bringing too many toiletries. I personally think that my 50L is way too big and would jump at the chance to just travel with a 35L pack but since I carry quite a few electronics with me, this is pretty hard to do.
Interested to work and travel at the same time while in Thailand? We recently partnered up with Premier TEFL who offers a Thailand scholarship for those that are interested to travel around the country. Remember, if there is one thing you can count on…South East Asia will be hot!
It may be rainy, but even if it is…it will still be hot! Just remember, when packing for Thailand focus on which activity you will be doing most of. If you are planning to spend most of your time frolicking through different beaches while in Thailand, pack 1 extra bikini and take off 1 long sleeved shirt. Likewise, if you are planning to spend more time in Chiang Mai, that long-sleeved top might come in handy as it does get a little bit chilly there. Whatever it is, pack accordingly.
Remember, less is more and whatever you need, you can buy along the way.
My bout with food poisoning came some years ago when I was in Boston at the invitation of trade union folks who wanted me to speak to various groups about our labor union strike in Detroit.
I was there to raise awareness and money for my fellow striking workers. A few hours later I met Boston-area labor activists at a party. I started to feel bad and after an hour of my tummy hurting I thought, I gotta get out of here. But I had no car. I had to ask around if anyone was willing to drive miles out of their way to take me to an apartment loaned to me by local union officials. Two guys — cute ones — offered. I was single but at that point, totally not in the mood to mingle. They drove me miles out to where I was staying.
They were very nice, helpful and I wanted them gone. The first freaking moment I made it to the bathroom I was in officially inducted into hell on earth.
The agony was so excruciating that even in my 40s I was crying for my mommy! My union hosts called the next day to pick me up. The next day, they called and expressed worry. Finally by the third day I was still sick and felt terrible abandoning my responsibilities. It was a a lose-lose situation. It took me days to get to where I could board a plane and fly home, never having spent a moment speaking to all the groups who had specially organized events just because I was in town.
What an awful experience you had. Thank you for sharing it with us even though it made you panicky! Apps started it all — too rare of steak bites with carmelized onions and blue cheese.
As I was super stressed from my shitty super stressful job, I hammered back a martini and god knows — maybe a beer too. Then the wine was flowing and incredible delectable appetizers and courses. But all it took was looking at the ultra rare ahi tuna …… my husband went into all hands on deck mode: Omg — all over myself, my purse — my brand new winter coat.
Got home — laid on the couch and just vanished for 18 hours. Worst food poisoning ever. This sounds terrible, Petra! Thank you for sharing your pain with us! Firstly, Happy Anniversary to you and Luanne-you two adorable darlings! Your poop story is appropos because just yesterday I nearly shit my pants!
I had to drop it in a parking lot and hope no one saw but damn I had no other choice- that or in my pants in my car ew! I have a lifetime of nearly shitting my pants stories. Holy shit and hell. Remember the restroom that got closed down on our beach day on Tuesday during the Hawaii Retreat? Yup that was my doing.. You poor thing, you! I lived on the bathroom floor for the next 12 hours then progressed to my bed for the next week.
Too stubborn or stupid to see a doctor dehydration kept me down another week while I missed going to a super cool wedding and a week-end outing with my girl peeps. I have never been that sick in my life and I will never eat any airline food on a plane ever again!!! More shitty salad fuckery, damn it! This sounds terrible but thank you for sharing, Patty!
The culprit was a pre-made salad I bought at a coffee shop in Redmond, Oregon. I was on my way home from helping move my 22 year old daughter into her first apt and had to stop to take a conference call as I was running late.
I live in Bend. The beast hit me 4 hrs later as I finished up my last mtg of the day. Shitty pun intended timing as I was hosted my girlfriends for a long planned fun weekend beginning the very next day. I was a wastrel all weekend. Thanks for coming to visit gals! The Thailand story gives me pain. Nothing worse than an unhappy belly away from home. Thanks for sharing and happy anniversary! I will forever avoid them.
I hope you feel all better soon! Caught a large Wahoo off the south of Maui by Molokini. Cut it up on a plastic table and shared it with friends.
Decided to prepare it sashimi style. The next day we flew to CA to go to Napa for a few days. We stayed at my mans cousins house and mind younthis was the first time I was meeting them. Went out to dinner that night and was fine. Thankfully we had our own bathroom! Next afternoon I was taken to an urgent care where they gave me IV fluids, anti nausea and anti diarrhea meds. WASH fish very well if you are having it sashimi! Thank you for sharing, OUCH!
Nothing like smelly diarrhea to put a wrench in the vacay, damn it! Omg this one had me both busting a gut laughing and absolutely cringing with recognition as we have ALL been in this situation before — albeit not in such a fancy location as Thailand.
They WERE super cute. And seriously, how hot were you with short hair?? Wishing I could pull off a short hair cut…. Thank you Nicole, I am super happy the shit waited until the temple as well!! Oh my your story brought back very vivid memories and I know how you felt all too well. Picture this — my first vacation with my boyfriend now husband traveling in the Upper Peninsula in Michigan.
If you have not been, it is beautiful and very remote in many places. After 4 days of staying in tiny cabins I had to admit to him that I had not gone the bathroom, no poop 4 days.
Belly was huge and uncomfortable. How funny that statement is now! It said it would overnight, we were zip lining in 2 days so I took a double dose as I did not want it to hit then! And the damn medicine hit. Well we had passed an outhouse about a half a mile back and I did not want to squat in the woods with 8 days of poop coming out with my boyfriend in earshot being my look out.
I started to run, then walk as fast as I could with my butt cheeks clenched. Seriously, a weeks worth of shit down my leg, on my pants and all I had was the toilet paper in the outhouse. I had to walk the half mile back to him, get the keys, get old clothes out of the car and wash with bottled water.
But he was a gem, he took care of me and never told a soul although we joke about it now. That was the day I knew he was the one. OMG — I love this story! You had me cringing and laughing.
Thank you so much for sharing your shitty tale! Or pre-made salads in the States. Or maybe any salad ever not at home. No to pre-made salad and yes to people who you can go through something like this with — lol! I made a rookie error while on holiday in Turkey. I said yes to ice in my drink. The next 3 days of the holiday were a blur and I think the world fell out of my bottom. On day 3 the lady who cleaned our room brought me plain boiled potato and a huge bottle of water.
She said when the locals got sick they ate potato, nothing else, and it helps. It did and i was able to enjoy the rest of my holiday.
Damn, so sorry for your shitty experience! What a great story! My grandmother took me to Ireland when I was We had to take the bus and get off at the tour site so I spent the day in the bathroom at the castle. I actualy did shit my pants!! Being a dumb teenager I was too embarassed to wear no panties. My amazingly awesome grandma gave me her clean panties and washed mine in the sink. I guess now that sounds kind of gross but I was so touched by that.
She died 20 years ago and I still think about her love and kindness on that day. In my grief, I ate lots of fried mushrooms, cauliflower, and onion rings. At least I have a bathroom nearby! I remember going through a phase about 8 years ago, where it would seem as if every evening, after dinner, it felt as if I had dumping syndrome, and it was bad… A half hour after eating, here it all comes out the other end, leaving me hungry but afraid to eat.
Some nights were worse than others. But then I started analyzing what I would be consuming, especially during my evening meal, to see if I could figure out a pattern. If I had it with my favorite Asian food, the symptoms were worse, also if I had chocolate milk. My food poisoning story is from many years ago. It was a wedding anniversary with my then husband and our 2 young boys. Calling all nature lovers! Volunteer on meaningful conservation projects around the world.
From volunteering with lions, to teaching, there is so much you could do with your gap year abroad. From hilarious laws to more serious customs, 10 things you should know before travelling to Thailand. Thailand is a fantastic and vibrant country that has been attracting tourists, gap year travellers and backpackers alike for years.
The county is home to an amazing culture that is very different to most countries in the world, so there are a few things that you should know before travelling here for the first time. To avoid any awkward conversations back home about why you got in trouble over this, make sure you pack enough underwear to last for your whole trip.
Though this Thai law may seem strange like the others above, it is also very important that you abide by it. Why is your money on the floor we ask? Either way, it is actually illegal to step on any of the Thai currency, the Baht. In some countries you might not bat an eyelid to chucking your used gum on the floor, but in Thailand this will be a littering that you never forget. This unusual custom originates from Buddhist culture, where feet are regarded to be the lowest and dirtiest part of the body.
Trust us, you will find a pair of flip-flops invaluable during your stay in Thailand. Not only will flip-flops take you comfortably to the beach, round the town and along the poolside, they will also come in handy when visiting places that ask you to take your shoes off before going inside. In Thailand before entering most temples and religious places, hotels and Thai homes, you will be asked to take off your shoes as a sign of politeness.
As Thai people consider the feet to be the dirtiest part of the body, it probably comes as no surprise that the head is the holiest and most important part of the body. It is also important to remember that some drivers work on commission, so might try to convince you to travel to a different attraction or shop.
If you are ever in doubt or are feeling uncomfortable about a situation then just walk away. As soon as you arrive in Thailand, you will notice that locals will greet you with the Wai, which is a polite greeting involving putting your hands together and bowing slightly. These are just 10 serious and very silly things we think you should know before travelling to Thailand…Have you ever been to Thailand?
What other things do you think tourists should know?
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