THAILAND Know Before You Go | Little Grey Box



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48 Replies to “THAILAND Know Before You Go | Little Grey Box”

  1. verykeen2please

    good general advise, but the scooter even if are experienced, i would not hire one, Its the most dangerous thing you can do! The roads and driving standards are challenging at best, spend a few extra £/$ and rent a car, cheap and easy and a damn lot safer. I have a nut allergy the phrase "My Si Tor" works well

  2. meganld444

    Love your videos! I’m going to Bangkok 11/30-12/8. I wanted to fly to Krabi stay there and then ferry to Phuket, stay there and then back to Bangkok. In your experienced opinion do you think Phuket will be too much? Should I cross it off for next time or is it worth it?

  3. รักษ์ PhithakThai

    Thailand is mean the land of freedom and the land of love ,smile ,welcoming people and warm hearted people if you found this in the real Thai people. It is meaning the truth of Spirit of Thailand .ไทย แปลว่า ไท ซึ่งหมายถึง อิสระภาพ เสรี มีความสุข เต็มเปี่ยมด้วยความเมตตา กรุณา จิตใจเอื้อเฟื้อเผื่อแผ่ โอบอ้อมอารีต่อกัน นี่คือไทยแลนด์แท้ที่แท้จริง คนไทยที่ไม่กลายพันธุ์ ต้องเป็นแบบนี้ ถ้าผิดไปจากนี้ ไม่ใช่ไทยแลนด์ที่แท้จริง เพราะว่าคำสอนความเมตตากรุณาต่อกันและกัน นี่แหละคือจิตวิญญาณ ความงามสูงสุดของประเทศไทย ดินแดนแห่งเทพ และ นางฟ้ารังสรรค์ขึ้นมาบนโลกมนุษย์ รักเธอตลอดกาล ดินแดนทองแห่งขวานทองสุวรรณภูมิ

  4. dcfreak23

    In Thai (Theravada) Buddhism, the Buddha is not a god. He is revered as the Great Teacher because he discovered and revealed the way out of suffering for the benefit of all living beings. So while the Buddha is deeply revered, he isn't a god. Just FYI.

  5. Kaylee

    Such an information packed video!! Great job. 🙂 We're actually heading to Thailand as our first stop on our full time travel journey with our toddler. We'll of course be making videos there, but we are SO excited!

  6. ThewayICit

    Let me add a few tips. Motorcycle taxis, hugely popular and convenient. Best avoided if you value your life. Safety is not a priority for most motorcycle taxi drivers. Reckless driving, bald tyres, broken tail lights are common. Accidents are common. And if you don't have a proper helmet, forget about it. You would not ride a motorbike at home without a helmet, you surely should not in Thailand.
    Street food- use your common sense. Freshly grilled things, food in cardboard or banana leaf containers are mostly pretty safe, but bowls of noodles at stalls where there is no running water source to be seen, and all the bowls and implements are "washed" in one bucket of water, you had better avoid. Nothing is worth coming down with a bad dose of gastroenteritis.
    Dual pricing or discriminatory pricing, where tourists are charged more for attractions than locals, it's common, it's unfair, it's annoying, but don't get too worked up about it. Thailand is not an expensive destination. Entry fees for the Grand Palace is but a fraction of what you would pay to get in to the Louvre, or Windsor castle, or the Doge's Palace.

  7. Laker Voxx

    These videos are amazing, I’m a huge fan, however, this week I feel some constructive criticism is warranted… It’s really unfair to tease your followers with intel of things that Matthew can do well and then not deliver?! I’m sure I’m not alone in really wanting to see/hear Matthew asking for a discount in Thai?!?! Whilst I’m at it, I feel the split second on Matthew on a swing was grossly inadequate during the ‘what to wear’ section, I really struggle with what to wear in warmer climate and was left wanting to see/hear more about this moisture wicking tee ?! X

  8. Ben

    Hello, I'm Thai. Wanna shout out to u cuz u're a quality traveler. Not many tourists / vloggers pay attention to culture & language of their destination countries. U're smart. Spending little time researching about culture, language, history will potentially enhance your travel experience. I've watch lots of Thailand trip vlogs. Only few Channels do this. Beside u, there's another channel called "DeathByVlog
    ". They came to Thailand couple of times. Latest was 5 months ago. They did pretty good job researching the history & background of the places they were gonna visit and add that into their videos. Even a Thai person like myself learn new knowledge about Thai history through their videos…. I, myself may not be a vlogger, but I did lots of homework prior to travel to UK. When I enter churches & castles in England & Scotland, I felt so excited cuz I know their background, where other tourists were just look around but didn't seem to appreciate that much…. Please keep on with such a great job and come back to Thailand once u have a chance.

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