Category: Thailand Travel

5 Must Visit Island Destinations in Thailand

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Thailand has many beautiful and picturesque islands that travelers can’t miss. Next time you come to Thailand, why not plan for a few-day trip to one of them instead of staying only in the capital city? You won’t regret visiting that place. For those who haven’t gotten an idea of where to go yet, this article presents 5 islands a traveler like you must visit once in his/her life. Let’s see if you like any of them.

Koh Chang (Elephant Island)

This island is located in Laem Ngob (Ngob Cape) in the province of Trad. It’s the largest of all that are located in the Gulf of Thailand and the second largest island of the country. The sea water is clear. One of the characteristics of this island is that, even when it’s summer, the weather won’t get extremely hot there, because most of the area of the island is covered by a tropical rain forest. The activities available here include swimming in the sea, visiting a waterfall, trekking through the forest, riding an elephant, cruising, fishing and diving to enjoy watching coral reefs. You can visit, to mention some, Khlong Prao Beach, Kai Bae Beach, Than Mayom Waterfall and Baan Chang Thai.

Koh Chang is more than 300 kilometers away from the province of Trad. There’s more than one way you can get there. One is to drive a car. Pass through the districts of Pattaya and Sattahip in the province of Chon Buri and the district of Klaeng in the province of Rayong. Then, change to Highway No.3 passing through the province of Chanthaburi to the town of the Trad province.

There are ferry piers at Natural Bay and Center Point. Another way is to use a bus which is available at both Mochit Transport Station and Ekkamai Transport Station. The bus will arrive at Trad Transport Station. Then, to get to the pier at Natural Bay, you have to get on a two-row bus (called “song thaew” by Thai people). After that, you can get on a ferry to Koh Chang. Besides, you can also fly from Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport to Trad Airport. Only one airline is available in this case: Bangkok Airways. There you can get to your hotel on Koh Chang by van.

Mu Koh Lanta (Lanta Archipelago)

Mu Koh Lanta is a large archipelago located in a district with the same name in the province of Krabi. It consists of Koh Lanta Yai (Big Lanta Island), Koh Lanta Noi (Small Lanta Island) and some other small islands. Most tourist attractions are on Koh Lanta Yai. On Mu Koh Lanta, you can enjoy the scenery, swimming in the sea or view the nature. Mu Koh Lanta National Park is one of the most popular places you should visit.

Koh Ngai (Ngai Island) in the southeast is one of the places where you can enjoy watching coral reefs in shallow water. Koh Ha (Ha Island) gives you the chance to dive to enjoy watching some manta rays. However, the Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation declares that Koh Ha be closed from July 1 to November 30 of every year.

Mu Koh Lanta is about 70 kilometers away from the province of Krabi. To get there, you can drive to Baan Hua Hin Pier where you can get on a ferry to Koh LantaYai. Besides, you can catch a bus from the Southern Bus Terminal on Borommaratchachonnani Road. Once you’ve arrived at Krabi Transport Station, you can then get on a van which can take you to your accommodation. Alternatively, you can catch a plane to Krabi Airport. From there, you’re encouraged to hire a car and drive to your accommodation.

Koh Lipe (Lipe Island)

This island is located in the southernmost area of Thailand. It’s in the province of Satun. The island is adjacent to the Malaysian territorial waters. The sea water is clear and it’s full of colorful coral reefs. It’s regarded as one of the most beautiful diving areas of Thailand. Some people call this island “Thailand’s Maldives”. You can enjoy some great views on Pha Chado (Chado Cliff) on Koh Adang (Adang Island),north of Koh Lipe. The Walking Street is one of the major attractions on Koh Lipe where you can buy food of various types. It’s located in the center of the island.

Koh Lipe has three beaches called Pattaya, Sunrise and Sunset. To get there, you can take a plane to Hat Yai. From there, take a van to Pak Bara Pier. From this pier, you can then take a ferry to Koh Lipe. You can also use a bus from the Southern Bus Terminal on Borommaratchachonnani Road to the district of La-gnu in the province of Satun. Then take a two-row bus to Pak Bara Pier and get on a ferry to Koh Lipe.

Mu Koh Similan (Similan Archipelago)

One of the world-famous places, this archipelago is located in the district of Khura Buri in the province of Phang-nga. The sea water is as clear as a mirror. The scenery here is fantastic. You can enjoy both diving and kayaking. Coral reefs can be watched in both shallow and deep water. Manta rays, whales and dolphins are some of the creatures you might see here. Koh Hu Yong (Hu Yong Island) is the longest of the nine islands of Mu Koh Similan. Turtles usually come to lay their eggs here at some time between November and February. To go to Mu Koh Similan, you have to take a ferry from Khura Buri Pier in the district of Khura Buri or from Hat Patong Pier in the province of Phuket. Mu Koh Similan is about 70 kilometers away from both piers.

Koh Tao (Turtle Island)

Koh Tao is located in the district of Koh Pha-ngan in the province of SuratThani. Because this island is located so far from the main land, in the past a number of turtles came to lay their eggs on this island. It was peaceful and had no inhabitants. Besides, Koh Tao is the world’s second largest diving area after Australia. In the history of Thailand, Koh Tao used to be where a prison was built. One of the most common activities here is diving to enjoy watching coral reefs both in shallow and deep water. You can get to Koh Nangyuan (Nangyuan Island) which is located in the north west to enjoy the scenery and peace.

To go to Koh Tao, you have to get to Thayang Pier or Rom Lom Phraya Pier in the province of Chumphon and get on a ferry. Alternatively, you can catch a ferry from Don Sak Pier in the province of Surat Thani.

5 Kinds of Things That Need Plastic-Wrapped Before You Fly

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Plastic-wrapping your belongings before a flight gives them some level of protection. Travelling can take a long time and, while we’re aboard the plane, usually we don’t have a chance to take care of them. An incident can happen, resulting in damage to our property or us getting into a real big trouble.

You can read more information on some reasons for wrapping your luggage in plastic in our article entitled 5 Reasons Why Wrapping Your Luggage Before a Flight Is a Must. Although that article only discusses the case of luggage, it gives you some ideas of how the protection by plastic wrap works which can be applied to the case of things inside your luggage. Here we’ll talk about what needs plastic-wrapped before you put it in your luggage.

Things that you need to wrap can be divided into the following 5 groups:

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1. Items you love so much

They are things you love so much that you don’t want them scratched, wet, moist or wrinkled. These include your favorite fictions and non-fictions; souvenirs received from some people in your family, close friends or someone you’re in love with; and things that remind you of your beloved ones who passed away. Wrap them or you’d be sad for the rest of your life.


2. Items that will affect your skills if damaged

These include your sports equipment such as balls, a bat, a racket, clubs ,gloves, masks, soccer shoes, and a helmet; musical instruments such as a flute, a windpipe, a ukulele, a guitar, a harmonica and a violin; and flashcards.

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3. Items that will affect your career if damaged

If you have some career-related items that need special protection, you should definitely wrap them. These include your important documents such as those which give details of the products you’re going to sell to your clients; and recording media that contain important files. If these items get damaged, your company can lose a great amount of income.

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4. Easily broken items

These include items that are made of glass or ceramic. Well, you aren’t encouraged to bring this kind of items on board but sometimes you find it necessary to bring them for some reason. Other fragile items include some electrical devices
such as an iPad and a laptop. Although you normally won’t have these devices loaded into the plane, it’s you yourself who might break them if you don’t carry them with enough care.

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5. Food or seasonings with a strong smell

Sometimes you want to bring some convenience food in case of emergency or for the purpose of saving your money, such as canned fish and soup, or seasonings such as a fish sauce and an oyster sauce that can help you deal with some tasteless food you aren’t familiar with. But, unfortunately, they have bad packaging or an incident causes the packaging to get torn or open. In that case, if this food or these seasonings have strong smells, their smells would spread throughout your luggage and stick to other items. So, you should wrap them well to make sure you won’t get into a trouble later.

Although you have to pay extra money for the plastic wrap, it’s worth doing so. With the wrap, your belongings will be protected from some potential damages. Without it, however, your life can get a lot more complicated.

Leave your luggage and go explore Hat Yai city

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All luggage storage locations in Hat Yai are ready! Airport – Bus station – Train station

Luggage storage in Hat Yai city

If you’ve just come back from an island you might be interested to drop your luggage off somewhere and go walking through Hat Yai city. Therefore, we are proud to present to you all of our luggage storage locations in Hat Yai.

Hat Yai is known as the gateway to Southern Thailand; a city of Songkhla which is also an important area for trading and transportation too. Accordingly, many people arrive here to take a bus, train, or plane to the other areas of the country. This is another city that has great attractions, good air and, of course, good food to please any visitors.

But, before you go to explore Hat Yai’s good stuff, let’s take a look at some places that will allow you to release your shoulders from that heavy backpack.

1. Hat Yai International Airport

Luggage storage locations in Hat Yai

As shown above, there is a storage counter on the 1st floor, near the information counter.

Service time: 06:00 – 23:00

Price: 100 THB / Piece / Day

2. Hat Yai Train Station

Luggage storage locations in Hat Yai

The storage counter is outside the main building.

Service time: from 05:00

Price: 100 THB / Piece / Day

3. Hat Yai Bus Station

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The storage counter is close to the north building toilet.

Service time: until 21:00

Price: 100 THB / Piece / Day

Moreover, we would like to recommend our delivery service that will carry your bag directly from Hat Yai to Bangkok or Bangkok to Hat Yai.

Prices and Terms of service

700 THB per piece, weight not exceeding 25 kg

Add 50 THB per kilogram when the weight exceeds 25 kg, 100 THB per item when transporting on Saturday, and 100 THB per item if going to pick up at the hotel.

Send the bag before 12:00; pick up the bag the next day

* This price does not include sports equipment.

* Only available on business days

  • This is a good way to organize and can help you manage your business and travel plans more efficiently.
  • Easy to use through online booking and other forms.
  • 100% guarantee that your luggage will reach your destination safely.
  • Maximum damage insurance of 100,000 THB.
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  • Bag transport service between Suvarnabhumi Airport and condominium, hotels, or guest houses in Bangkok and Phuket areas.

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For the most part, the most convenient way is to book online at

By selecting the Nationwide Delivery service, then select the delivery point (A) and destination (B)

After your booking has been completed, there will be staff to pick up the luggage at the point (A). As easy as that.

Luggage storage locations in Hat Yai

Additionally, for more information about AIRPORTELs luggage service, please contact us at:

  • Suvarnabhumi counter at the basement at the airport station
  • Don Mueang Airport Terminal 2
  • MBK Center Counter, 6th Floor, Zone B
  • Terminal 21, Asoke, 1st floor, Japan zone
  • Central World, 1st Floor, Groove Zone (opposite Bangkok Bank)
  • Central Phuket Flores, G floor, (opposite Tourist Lounge)
  • Terminal 21, Pattaya 2nd floor, (Japan zone)
  • Central Patong, Phuket, 1st Floor, (Service Zone)
  • Phuket Airport

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Places to Visit around Siam instead of Shopping – BKK City Centre

Siam is very famous for shopping. There are many shopping malls in this area; Siam Paragon, Siam Discovery, Siam Center, Siam Square One, Central World and MBK Centre are all located in very close proximity to each other.

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With all these malls, you can start to feel overwhelmed with shopping, and you might want to give it a break. Luckily there are some hidden gems tucked away around Siam.

AIRPORTELs lists 4 places to visit if you’re bored with shopping in Siam.

SEA LIFE Bangkok Ocean World

The largest aquarium in South East Asia lies under one of the most popular shopping malls in Thailand. It is on B floor of Siam Paragon. It’s suitable for every type of tourist. Many sea creatures are there waiting for you to discover.

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It’s open every day from 10:00 AM to 9:00 PM. You can spend around two hours there. There are many interesting shows in the aquarium. You can check the showtimes at the official SEA LIFE BANGKOK website before visiting the aquarium.

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Madame Tussauds Bangkok

The most famous wax museum in the world is also here in Bangkok. You will have a chance to meet and greet with celebrities from all over the world on the 6th floor of Siam Discovery. You will meet the most realistic wax models, so real that you might find it difficult to distinguish between the real one and the model. It’s open 10:00 AM to 9:00 PM every day.

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Visiting Madame Tussauds Bangkok takes approximately an hour. There is an exclusive promotion where you can get a cheaper price for visiting both SEA LIFE Bangkok Ocean World and Madame Tussauds Bangkok. 

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Bangkok Art & Culture Centre (BACC)

It’s a place that art lovers shouldn’t miss, and even if you’re not an “art person”, it’s a place to have a well-spent afternoon. The exhibitions are constantly rotating so be sure to check the current exhibition at BACC official website.

The most important thing is it’s free. It’s open every day except Monday from 10:00 AM to 9:00 PM. The exhibits in BACC are mostly fine arts from Thai artists and sometimes from international artists.

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Jim Thompson House

A traditional Thai house located in the heart of bustling Siam, this relic is the former home of Jim Thompson, an American businessman who lived in Thailand during the 1950s and 1960s and was famous for revitalising the Thai Silk industry.

The house is filled with many valuable Thai arts. It’s open every day from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM.

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If you plan to visit any of these attractions around siam, you can drop off your luggage first at AIRPORTELs MBK Centre counter around Siam. We are located on the 6th floor and prices start from as little as 100 THB per day for Luggage Storage, regardless of size or weight. We can also send your luggage directly from MBK Centre to the airport or your hotel.

You can make an online booking in a matter of moments and be on your way to enjoy the Siam area.

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Experience “Broadway” with a Bangkok Cabaret Show

Does a Bangkok Cabaret Show sound interesting to you? If it does, then AIRPORTELs has the rundown on what you need to know.

In the 21st century, the nation of Thailand has opened its arms to the LGBT community. Therefore, it’s a place where all people and a rainbow of genders and sexuality can find peace in a stress-free environment.

Bangkok is a city where everyone must experience the special nightlife. Additionally, the amazing stage shows in Bangkok are a thrilling part of the scene that never disappoints international travellers.

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In fact, the entertainment industry in Bangkok has transformed from once being very conservative. From traditional artistic displays of Thai traditional dance and music. To huge stage productions with multi-talented cabaret dancers, an exciting transgender expression of our present era. Consequently, the city of Bangkok has created an oasis for creative, artistic dancing that every visitor should behold.

The massive popularity and response to cabaret dancing in the last few decades have taken the world by surprise. The first cabaret show in Bangkok started 25 years ago. The Broadway-style cabaret show has lasted because of the quality and originality of the stage performance.

The cabaret show in Bangkok now has many stages. As a result, there are different styles to choose from like Broadway, modern, or a Las Vegas-style of show. Which one is your style? Let’s go through each style now performing nightly in Bangkok.

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Calypso Cabaret Show

This style of dance is the first, original cabaret show in Bangkok. The Calypso Cabaret Style is for the individual or couple who prefers the exquisite Broadway style. The Calypso Cabaret is your answer to full, flamboyant entertainment.  It’s a complete production – professional lighting, sound and staging. It has great production numbers with pop music classics by Michael Jackson, Beyonce and Whitney Houston. They also have a comedy show that will make it humorous and full of surprises.

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One number shows a tragic love story of South East Asia.  The final show of Calypso cabaret is the fantastic Finale show. Today, the Calypso Bangkok Theater is located at ASIATIQUE THE RIVERFRONT (Warehouse No.3). The area around the theatre has become a tumultuous travel destination in itself. Popular with locals and international tourists for the fun atmosphere. The showtimes are nightly between 7:30 to 9:30 pm.

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Bangkok Cabaret Show

Mambo Cabaret Show

The Mambo Cabaret show has been open show since 1997 taken directly from the Las Vegas-style. It’s become hugely popular in Thailand and across Asia to showcase the North American style of dance. Mambo Cabaret show has popular musical numbers that many in the audience have heard of and come see many times.

The show includes lip-syncing, comedic dance and international dance styles of all kinds and expressions of different cultures. It’s thrilling and exhilarating for the audience to watch the Thai performers jive and gyrate flamboyantly to the rock rhythm. The audience mostly is comprised of Asians of all cultures on tour from China, Japan and Korea. Nowadays, we see people from all over the world enjoying a night out at the Mambo Cabaret Show. The Mambo show is a Thai lady-boy extravaganza that is now known to be a staple of Thai entertainment.

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Also, the show has high-energy dance moves. Not to mention hysterical on-stage dramatics that gives a surprisingly unique, interactive experience during the performance. The audience has their collective eyes glued to the stage.

Not only that, you can now also enjoy dinner before your show and cocktails during your show. So don’t forget to upgrade your ticket. And, always leave a gratuity for the performers. The showtimes are twice nightly starting at 7:15 pm. and 8:30 pm. The exact location is near the Sathu Pradit intersection.

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Playhouse Magical Cabaret Bangkok

Playhouse Magical Cabaret Bangkok

The next styles are contemporary styles. Known widely as the musical magical illusions, classical ballet, tap and hip-hop. The shiny, eye-catching costumes along with the choreography for the contemporary shows are incredible and impressive. The Thai people never disappoint about how serious they take their shows.

This all adds up to one fantastic night of affordable entertainment. The Playhouse has to be on your list of things to do at night on your next trip to Bangkok. The musical numbers are from amazing hits by Whitney Houston, Beyoncé and Michael Jackson that goes perfectly with the atmosphere. The showtimes are twice nightly starting at 8:00 and 9:30 pm. The location is in bustling Chinatown that the local Thai call Yaowarat.

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Fun for everyone

All types of people and couples are in the audience anticipating the contemporary show. The excitement is palpable while they wait for the curtain to open and the show to begin. This is one show that always lives up to the anticipation. The stage suddenly comes alive with colour, movement and music. A trip to Bangkok has to include this enjoyable, contemporary stage performance.

The lip-syncing, dance moves, unforgettable costumes and the beauty of the lady-boy subculture have to be seen to be believed. Many tourists have enjoyed an original reunion or celebration. By booking tickets for the Calypso, Mambo or Playhouse extravaganzas with groups that never forget their time in SE Asia.

Guests can now enjoy cocktails with the performance and a meal before the performance.  It’s truly full entertainment satisfaction throughout the whole experience. Remember you can book online for promotional deals and plan months in advance. Or go at the last minute with friends and family to enjoy some Bangkok nightlife.

Where can you find Free Luggage Storage in Bangkok City?

Where can you find Free Luggage Storage in Bangkok City?

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After your arrival in Bangkok, don’t let your heavy luggage hold you back from exploring the city straight away. Get to AIRPORTELs for FREE Luggage Storage!

AIRPORTELs offers trustable and affordable Luggage Storage and Luggage Delivery.

We can deliver and store your luggage quickly and securely. Walk freely to any local attraction, business meeting, shopping mall, or restaurant without carrying heavy luggage, while your belongings are delivered to your hotel.

AIRPORTELs has no restrictions on size or weight! Your luggage will be stored in a secure room with 24-hour security, and you can enjoy your vacation or business time with more freedom.

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Free Luggage Storage

Forget about traffic jams or carrying heavy luggage in mass transit. AIRPORTELs improves the quality of your travels by providing convenience, with Free Luggage Storage at 3 major shopping malls in downtown Bangkok!


  • Terminal 21 located at 1st Floor, Tokyo Zone (3 Hours Free Storage).
  • MBK Center located at 6th Floor, B Zone (4 Hours Free Storage).
  • Central World located at 1st Floor, Groove Zone (2 Hours Free Storage).
  • Terminal 21 Pattaya located at 2nd Floor, Tokyo Zone, Street 6
  • Phuket International Airport located at 1st Floor
  • Central Foresta Phuket located at G Floor, nearby tourist lounge
  • Central Patong Phuket located at 1st Floor, Service Zone

Staying a bit longer?

AIRPORTELs also offer Long Term Luggage Storage. If you plan to travel around Asia and come back to Bangkok on your return journey, this is a service that offers great value, and they are willing to take care of electronic devices or sports equipment such as bicycles.

1 day starts at 100 THB

5 – 7 days starts at 500 THB

15 – 30 days starts at 2,000 THB

AIRPORTELs Luggage Storage currently has 2 airport counters:

  • Suvarnabhumi International Airport located at B Floor, Airport Rail Link Zone.
  • Don Mueang International Airport located at G Floor, Terminal 2 Gate 9.

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Get Ready for Songkran – Thailand’s Water Splashing Festival

What’s Songkran?

Songkran is the Thai new year. Traditionally a religious holiday where people pay respect to Buddha, monks, and to their families and friends. A splash of water is a symbolic way to wash off misfortune. Therefore, it is a way to start a fresh, clean new year.

In the past small bowls of water were thrown between family and friends. Nowadays things have been amped up a bit and it’s very common to see people with buckets, water guns, or even hoses and doesn’t matter who is passing by, everybody gets a splash or two.


With the whole country immersed in festivities for around 3 days (longer in some parts of Thailand), Songkran is the time of the year everyone waits for. Locals have the days off work to celebrate. Travellers from all around the world head to Bangkok, Chiang Mai and the Thai Islands to witness the water fight and have fun on the streets.

With all that water being splashed around, the probability that you’ll get soaked during Songkran if you venture outside is very high. Don’t burn all your energy on the first day, take it easy and enjoy the whole festival.


There are a few things that every tourist should know before the party starts and to help you prepare for Songkran.  AIRPORTELs has put together a list of helpful suggestions so you can protect your belongs from water damage and still enjoy all the fun, because let’s face it, if you are on the streets during Songkran, you’re going to be soaked from head to toe.

Protect your valuables

Before even buying a water gun, you should purchase a zip-lock or a small waterproof bag to keep your valuables dry during the water fight. Only carry with you what is really necessary.

If you are travelling from one city to another during Songkran, it would be wise to let AIRPORTELs take care of delivering your luggage so you know nothing will get water damage. We can pick up your luggage from inside the hotel lobby. Consequently, you don’t need to risk walking outside and looking for a taxi.

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Attack is the best defence

While Songkran is traditionally considered a peaceful festival, nowadays people walk around with water guns in their hands. Remember that there are almost no exemptions to getting wet during the celebration. (Monks, elderly and babies: This is a big no-no, and if you end up doing it by mistake apologize straight away)

The best way to protect yourself is to buy a water gun or bring water containers so that you will not just be a target, but can ward off anyone looking to soak you by drenching them back. Water guns that are capable of shooting long distances and that have large reservoirs are the best buy. 

Play safe and clean

Only use clean water from the tap, or from the barrels you can find around town supplied by locals. Don’t use water from canals or rivers as this can lead to all sorts of infections if it gets into your eyes, ears, or mouth. Remember to respect people and places.

Things can get really ugly if you don’t mind the power of your gun or buckets; you should not shoot water on people’s face or eyes, so please be gentle. Never throw water at motorcyclists. This is dangerous and every year people get seriously hurt because of water being thrown at motorbikes.      

The water fight happens on the streets, so respect the shops and markets that might stay open during the holiday. Don’t throw water indoors, or on people who are working. Songkran is all about having fun, so be friendly, play safe and avoid accidents!

Wear proper clothes and shoes

You’re going to get wet, so choose your clothes wisely. Light and fast-drying fabrics are the best, underneath a swimsuit or beach shorts. Before you forget, take note of the colour of your shirt as some colours tend to become see-through when wet.

Sandals are ok, but shoes that protect your feet entirely and that will be safe to walk on the slippery streets are more recommended. Goggles or sunglasses are a plus and don’t forget to apply some water-resistant sunscreen.

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Mae Hong Son – A secret paradise in Northern Thailand.

Known as “the city of three mists” and hemmed in by the high mountain ranges of the Shan Hills. Mae Hong Son (แม่ฮ่องสอน) is the most mountainous province in Thailand, occupying 13,814 square kilometres (5,334 sq mi). The provincial capital was originally established in the early 19th century as an elephant training camp as ordered by the then King of Chiang Mai.

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With its remote setting and surrounding mountains, this province fits many travellers’ preconceived notion of how a northern Thai city should be. There’s a very strong Burmese influence to be found here due to the provinces’ location along the border with Myanmar.

This means that it is also a crossroads for Shan and Burmese immigrants (mostly Karen, with some Hmong, Lisu and Lahu). However this border-town feel doesn’t spoil the bounty of nature to be explored and best of all, there’s hardly a tuk-tuk or tout to be seen. Nevertheless, this doesn’t mean Mae Hong Son is uncharted territory – tour groups and adventurous holidaymakers have been coming here for years.

Accessible only by a series of windy mountain roads or a precarious flight to Mae Hong Son Airport, this is arguably Thailand’s most remote province. Thickly forested and mountainous, and far from the influence of sea winds, the temperature rarely rises above 40°C, while in January the temperature can drop to 0°C. The air is often misty with ground fog in the winter and smoke from slash-and-burn agriculture during the hot season.

Now firmly rooted on the tourist trail, many resorts are opening in the area around the capital, but the vast majority of visitors don’t seem to make it much further than Pai. Nevertheless, the area’s potential as a base for activities, from kayaking to trekking, ensures that your visit can be quite unlike anyone else’s.

Here at AIRPORTELs, we have put together a list of attractions you might like to visit while you’re visiting Mae Hong Son, and if you need to have your luggage stored or delivered for your trip, you can make an easy online booking.

Pang Ung

One of Mae Hong Son’s hidden treasures. Pang Ung is located very close to the border of Myanmar in the North West corner of Thailand. It is a small place nestled in the mountains. There is a camping ground to pitch a tent, and lodges are available for rent around the area.

Tham Lod Cave

Tham Lod is one of Thailand’s most impressive and easily accessible caves. Partly for its size, partly for its attractive limestone stalactite formations and partly for an unusual coffin cave hidden within the main cave. Indeed, the main chamber is spectacular, running to a height of 50 metres, from floor to ceiling. Located near Sop Pong in Pang Mapha District.

Wat Phra That Doi Kong Mu

Overlooking the capital, the temple sits on top of Kong Mu hill. It offers a spectacular view of the entire valley in which Mae Hong Son is situated. The temple itself is notable for its two large white chedis and its typical Shan architecture.

Sutongpe Bridge

Beautifully simple in its construction. The bamboo bridge stretches for 500 metres across rice fields and the Mae Sa Nga River. It serves as a link the temple at one end with the village of Kung Mai Saak at the other. Located about 8km north of Mae Hong Song capital.

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Luggage Storage Bangkok for Better Convenience – by AIRPORTELs

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AIRPORTELs Counter at 6 Fl. MBK Shopping Centre

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Let AIRPORTELs luggage storage in Bangkok start your incredible day! Get to Zone B, 6th floor, and enjoy Free luggage storage for the first 4 hours at the AIRPORTELs counter in MBK centre. However, if MBK doesn’t satisfy your shopping needs then no worries, the Siam area is just 5 mins away via the skywalk. Store all your stuff at our luggage storage and enjoying your day hands-free.

AIRPORTELs Service Counters in Bangkok

  • Luggage Storage at Terminal 21, Central World, MBK Centre, Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) and Don Mueang Airport (DMK)
  • Luggage Delivery  between AIRPORTELs counters, hotels or other provinces in THAILAND
  • Maximum compensation of 100,000 THB
  • 24 – hour security
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AIRPORTELs Storage at Suvarnabhumi Airport

Service Details

After hours of flying, you finally touch the ground at Suvarnabhumi airport, Bangkok, Thailand. Hold on! How about the bags, suitcases, and the other luggage? After all, you are coming for fun and to relax! So, after landing, the last thing you want to worry about is handling luggage.

AIRPORTELs provide luggage storage in Bangkok and luggage delivery services at Suvarnabhumi airport and MBK shopping centre. Before you hop on the train to downtown, store the bulky items at our luggage storage next to the Airport Rail Link at Suvarnabhumi airport.


  • Free luggage Storage in Bangkok 
  • Smart time management, allows you to manage your business and tourism plans efficiently
  • Easy to use luggage delivery service through ‘booking online’ and other platforms
  • A 100% guarantee that the luggage will arrive safely at its destination
  • Status checks or inquiries around the clock through Facebook, Line, or WeChat with regular stats updates notified by e-mail
  • Luggage delivery between airports, hotels, condominiums, or guesthouses in Bangkok and Phuket
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AIRPORTELs Counter Map

Staying a bit longer?

AIRPORTELs also offer Long Term luggage storage. Therefore, if you plan to travel around Asia and come back to Bangkok on your return journey, we offer a service with amazing value, and we are willing to take care of electronic devices such as laptops or sports equipment such as bicycles.

Not to mention no restrictions on size or weight! Furthermore, your luggage will be stored in a secure room with 24-hour security, and you can enjoy your vacation or business time with more freedom.

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AIRPORTELs Counter at Suvarnabhumi Airport 

To sum it up, AIRPORTELs provide professional luggage storage and luggage delivery services at Suvarnabhumi airport and MBK centre in downtown Bangkok. We have no language barrier and all is clear! Think luggage needs, think AIRPORTELs. In short, we will always stand by you whenever you need us.

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How to go to AIRPORTELs Today

You can manage your time more efficiently

MRT Bangkok Thailand | AIRPORTELs Traveling Tips

While the traffic in Bangkok is very congested, MRT offers an easy and convenient trip for all travelers. Taking MRT is as similar as most of the public transportation in other countries. However, it’s not easy to travel with much luggage. AIRPORTELs will do you the work. So, you can travel lightly and smoothly. You can easily get to Asia Hotel near to BTS Ratchathewi Station. Reserve baggage delivery, drop your bags and you can travel lightly! 

There are 2 kinds of token of course, for those who use MRT for more than 3-4 times a day, we recommend you should buy a top-up ticket because the price will be cheaper than a token. MRT Token is more suitable for those who wish to travel with MRT for just once or twice a day. 

MRT covers most of the areas around suburban Bangkok and it is connected with BTS also. So, traveling in Bangkok will be easier with this public transportation. However, we would like to suggest to you, all travelers to avoid getting on a bus if not necessary because you will be stuck in the middle of the Big Mango traffic for more than 1 or even 2 hours.

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You can spare more time using MRT to go to your destinations.

However, we understand how it feels like to travel on crowded public transportation with your luggage and belongings keep bugging you.

AIRPORTELs, Thailand’s first baggage delivery service, is ready to serve whatever you need about baggage in Bangkok. We are the best of the best and we have more than 200 satisfied customers. We can deliver your bags both from an airport to hotels and hotels to an airport.

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AIRPORTELs service kiosk is located at Ratchathewi BTS station in Asia Hotel. You can simply walk through the connecting pathway into the hotel, go downstairs. The kiosk is located next to the information center. Our professional staffs are ready to take care of your baggage and make your trip in this extraordinary city happier and easier than ever. 

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Today, you can manage your time

Today, you can manage your time more efficiently by using our Luggage Delivery Bangkok and Luggage Storage Bangkok service after your plane touches the runway. You may walk freely to any local attraction, shopping mall, or restaurant without carrying any heavy, bulky luggage.

Our service also allows travelers to carry just a laptop for important meetings. Even on the last day of the trip, travelers can deposit the bag at hotel and travel around with hands free.

How to deliver luggage and suitcase from hotel to airport in Bangkok?

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