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All the Airbnb's I've stayed in have been in normal condos where all the usual rules and regs would have been followed by the builders and other occupants.
 
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Getting to and from Khon Kaen / Re: Khon Kaen to Pattaya by bus
« Last post by Rex (Admin) on July 18, 2018, 08:12:13 PM »
When I used to travel to BKK more frequently, I like to take the "red eye" at 11:30 pm, pop a xanax, and wake up just as we were pulling into Bangers around 5:30 am.  No problem getting a taxi at the station, and no traffic to the hotel.  Other than that, the best bus to take is the airplane!
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Why does the government need to be involved? Surely the condo associations are more than capable of deciding whether or not or to allow Airbnb. Potential condo buyers can be advised if the building is Airbnb and then make an informed decision whether or not they wish to buy.
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Getting to and from Khon Kaen / Re: Khon Kaen to Pattaya by bus
« Last post by JustinCase on July 18, 2018, 08:03:44 AM »
The 590 Nong Khai-Pattaya buses call in at Khon Kaen……….seem to run about every 2 hours
Thy actually have Nong Khai-Rayong on the sides of the buses but they go to Pattaya before heading off to Rayong




I just booked KKC to BKK with Thai Smile for 525 TB (inc. taxes).
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Getting to and from Khon Kaen / Re: Khon Kaen to Pattaya by bus
« Last post by nookiebear on July 17, 2018, 05:06:39 PM »
The 590 Nong Khai-Pattaya buses call in at Khon Kaen……….seem to run about every 2 hours
Thy actually have Nong Khai-Rayong on the sides of the buses but they go to Pattaya before heading off to Rayong
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The following interesting article was published in the Bangkok Post, 11 July.  I did not realize how many countries are trying to control the use of Airbnb rentals from safety regulation requirements to taxing the rental income of the owners. 


I sure wouldn't want to be a condo owner and have one of my neighbors renting out their property to unscrupulous guests.  In Thailand, if a foreigner rents out the property, how does the owner meet Immigration's requirements of Form TM30?  Or is it Aribnb's responsibility?


https://www.bangkokpost.com/business/news/1501498/how-countries-are-handling-airbnbs-disruption#cxrecs_s
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Hotels, Motels, Resorts / Re: Pullman
« Last post by screamer on July 16, 2018, 07:55:27 PM »

Especially airport hotels with a trapped clientele...


Mind, not many UK people would consider Stansted to be London.
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Hotels, Motels, Resorts / Re: Pullman
« Last post by Windy on July 16, 2018, 07:49:06 PM »
A small room in a 3 star hotel in London on the same dates, 850 baht extra when you want breakfast  ;)


Hotel breakfasts are always more expensive.



https://www.agoda.com/ramada-london-stansted-airport/hotel/london-gb.html?checkin=2018-07-24&los=1&adults=2&rooms=1&childs=1&childages=9&cid=-1&searchrequestid=d3661549-0bd6-4134-94a7-53d26035aec2&tabbed=true

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Getting to and from Khon Kaen / Re: Khon Kaen to Pattaya by bus
« Last post by nookiebear on July 16, 2018, 09:19:39 AM »
The 590 Nong Khai-Pattaya buses call in at Khon Kaen……….seem to run about every 2 hours
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Hotels, Motels, Resorts / Re: Pullman
« Last post by screamer on July 15, 2018, 03:52:31 PM »

£14 / $16 for breakfast is reasonable????
That's more than you would pay in London.
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