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[Near Phuket Thailand] 5-Star The Haven Khao Lak 7-Nights For 2 People EXPIRED

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Travelzoo has a voucher for 5-Star The Haven Khao Lak 7-Nights For 2 People on sale from $399. Valid for travel dates thru October 30, 2023 (peak season extra).

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Accommodation Details:
  • This is an adults-only resort.
  • Room will be a Deluxe Room with a private balcony overlooking the resort gardens or pool
  • Prices are for two guests per room, not per person, and include a 10% service charge and 7% local taxes
  • Free activities, like beach yoga, tai chi, cycling and kayaking on the Andaman Sea, in addition to four bars and restaurants and, of course, the full-service spa
  • A nightly surcharge of THB 3,000 (approx. $87) applies on: Dec. 25 - 31, 2022 and Jan. 1 - Feb. 28, 2023 (payable on site)
Voucher Details:
  • Add extra nights from $57 (must be used with a 7-night voucher)
  • Travelzoo member perks:
    • Daily buffet breakfast
    • A welcome cocktail and 60-minute massage per person (once per stay)
    • 10% off regular menu items at resort restaurants and 20% off regular menu items at the spa
    • Late checkout at 4 p.m. (subject to availability)
Booking Details:
  • Purchase this deal from Travelzoo, then follow the instructions on the voucher to make a reservation for your desired travel dates. To check availability or for general questions, please call +66 76 429 900 or email [email protected]
  • Guests can combine multiple vouchers for longer stays, subject to restrictions.
  • The number of rooms available at this discounted rate is limited, and dates may sell out; we highly recommend booking early to get your desired dates.
  • Any unused Promotional Value will be forfeited upon checkout. Voucher(s) must be used in 1 visit.

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  • About this deal:
    • Vouchers are refundable for 14 days, or you can extend the refund period when you buy them
    • Extra guests are +$44 per person per night, including breakfast. Maximum occupancy is 3 guests per room. Children 12 and under are not permitted
    • Within 14 days of purchase, Travelzoo will give you a full refund if you change your mind or can't find dates that suit you. After 14 days, your voucher is nonrefundable. At the time of check out you can make vouchers refundable until they expire, for a fee.
    • Does not include airfare.
    • Follow appropriate heath and safety guidance while traveling
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5-star resort The Haven Khao Lak, located an hour from Phuket International Airport (HKT) via Travelzoo have a 7-night stay for two people in a deluxe room with private balcony for $399. Travelzoo members (free to join) enjoys daily breakfast buffet, a welcome cocktail, 1-hour massage per person per stay, discounts at restaurant & spa and late checkout (subject to availability).

International airfare is not included in this hotel deal. Ground transportation from the airport is not included but can be arranged directly with the hotel.

Travelzoo [travelzoo.com]
Travel Most Nights Through October 2023
Add extra nights from $57 (must be used with a 7-night voucher)

How to book: Purchase this deal from Travelzoo, then follow the instructions on the voucher to make a reservation for your desired travel dates. To check availability or for general questions, please call +66 76 429 900 or email [email protected]. Guests can combine multiple vouchers for longer stays, subject to restrictions. The number of rooms available at this discounted rate is limited, and dates may sell out.


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I'll just say that after going to Thailand a few times, I disagree with most of this.

Bangkok is not just full of dogs. There are areas that have some dogs and plenty of areas that dont. It's a giant city. If you choose to stay in the backpacker areas, it will be crazier. If you stay in the financial district, it just looks like any other urban sprawl. It looks like Houston with crazier phone lines. Most people who visit Thailand like to get out of Bangkok as it is an urban center and not a zen vacation experience. So, see the temples and floating market if you want and then move along.

Pattaya has a bad reputation because it where simpletons go for prostitutes. There are taxis with prostitutes that are happy to pick you up and take you there. Its actually a pretty town, but I want little to do with it as the beaten path people go there and the beach isn't as nice as further south.

Travel light? Sure, that's always easier.

Don't wear jewelry? I guess if you are in Pattaya surrounded by lady boys that is probably good advice, but if you want to wear a watch or some earrings, you'll be fine in most of the country. You'd sooner be robbed in Chicago. Same goes with cell phones. You'll be fine to use it, but use the same discretion you would in NYC.

I highly recommend a sleeper train to Chiang Mai in the North and Railay and the islands in the South. If you don't have kids, don't hole up in a resort for 7 days. The catamaran rides to hop between islands are cheap. If you go in low season, there's no reason to book anything. you just show up. There's usually travel agent ladies at the tourist docks that will tell you what they have available. You can also just start walking into town. A current Lonely Planet guide will help you know what things should cost.
I have been to Thailand three times, Bangkok is not the place I would go back to. It's full of dogs (like the animals) that literally bark and howl all night long. If you want to have fun, go to Pattaya Beach. Travel light, only carry what you will spend in one day, and write down your hotel address on a piece of paper and put it in your pocket. If you get lost or something, never pull out your phone to ask for directions because you will lose it. Don't wear jewelry. Thailand is an awesome place as long as you understand some simple aspects. Vax is not required for entry into Thailand, but you must test negative within 72hrs before entry... that is acceptable to me.
Phuket, in for one!

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Quote from herby :
https://www.tatnews.org/2022/05/t...uirements/
New vax requirements. Pass
Am I reading it wrong? If you're vaccinated, you can travel anywhere there.
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well, this voucher is good through october 2023.

travel requirements to any country can change any moment, any time. so what's required or not today may not be the case by the time you're travelling.
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What's the best? $10,000 insurance policy to get? Preferably the cheapest lol.
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Quote from herby :
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New vax requirements. Pass
Not vaxxed, phuket can't go….
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Phuket, in for one!
Find your way to Bangkok if you want to go crazy.
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What's the best? $10,000 insurance policy to get? Preferably the cheapest lol.
These plans are all relatively cheap, under 20 dollars for a vacation period. If you have insurance, check if it covers international travel, I suspect it does.
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Anyone have ideas on cost for flights to Thailand?
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These plans are all relatively cheap, under 20 dollars for a vacation period. If you have insurance, check if it covers international travel, I suspect it does.
I have an HSA through my work. So are you saying that I could print out like my home insurance and tell them it covers it? Who Do you recommend for the $20 plan. I would just buy that. That's cheap as dirt.
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Anyone have ideas on cost for flights to Thailand?
I booked a flight to Singapore for 60k United miles in business class. Check that out a few days then bought a $50 flight to Thailand. If you don't have miles. My buddy was looking at flights to come meet me in late June they were all $1,800 I found that if I bought on my account United miles I would get double so for $1,505 I could gift him 40k X2 miles so 80k miles good for economy 40k each way. So it depends on your situation. Use Google flights. And Skyscanner and and also check mileages even if you have to buy miles sometimes. Like my example, it worked out better for my friend. He saved 300 bucks. Plus mileage flights are better because if something happens you can cancel them much more easily than you can with money flights.
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unvaccinated/not fully vaccinated travellers who have uploaded proof of a negative result from an RT-PCR test or professional ATK within 72 hours of travel via the Thailand Pass system will be allowed entry and are free to go anywhere in the kingdom.
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