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2 Weeks in Thailand, 1 Day in Dubai Honeymoon by @CoffeeBean
« on: August 17, 2022, 09:55:21 AM »
Before I start, I would like to thank @Dan and DDF community for making my dream honeymoon possible. Also, a huge shout out to @Moishebatchy whom I met at the Jerusalem DO. He took his precious time out of his day, and relieved my anxiety by answering any stupid questions I may have had before and during my trip.
 
Please keep in mind I like talking about costs because I know deep down that what members want to hear, so I'll try to add it in as much as possible. I will be your converter from Thai Baht to USD.
 
Ok, here we go...
 
Flights:
Price reflects per person
TLV-AUH-BKK: Ethiad 49,380 AC.
BKK-CNX: Air Asia $69.48 Cash.
CNX-BKK-USM: Thai Airways 5,490 Amex Portal, Bangkok Airways $93.60 Cash.
USM-HKT: Bangkok Airways 9.5K AF.
HKT-SIN-DXB: Singapore Airlines 25K KF plus $29.06 Cash.
DXB-TLV: Elal 19,115 minus 35% credit Amex Portal turned into Elal Voucher.
 
Hotels:
Park Hyatt Bangkok: 20K Hyatt (1 Night).
Le Meriden Chiang Mai: 5 35K Marriott certificates plus 5 SNU.
Conrad Koh Samui: 2 Hilton Certificate paid $250 each.
Cape Fahn Koh Samui: 34K Hyatt (2 Nights).
Diamond Cliff Phuket: $278 Cash (2 Nights).
Hyatt Regency Phuket: 12K Hyatt (1 Night).
Keemala Phuket: 55k Hyatt (2 Nights).
Park Hyatt Dubai: 17k Hyatt (1 Night).
 
Packing and Covid Test:
Since there are Chabads close by in every part of our trip, food wasn't going to be much of a dilemma. A few days before our trip, we did a food shopping which consisted of lots of snack, wraps, 3 cartons of milk, and some deli. 2 days before our trip we took a PCR Test at Ichud Hatzolah since Thailand requires to either be fully vaccinated or have a negative PCR taken 72 hours prior.
 
Getting there:
I can't recall when and how I realized, but I found out that even though on AC the flight was stated as TLV-AUH-BKK, there was still a 45 minute layover in HKT.
We left our apartment in Jerusalem bright and early 5 hours before our flight due to the extreme waiting time in TLV. Upon arrival in TLV, we realized that the pre security line for foreign passports was not that long at all. It took us about 25 minutes to get through. Now, we are about 4 hours before departure, never in my life did I have to wait for check in to open. We did have to bring our bags through oversized luggage due to it being duffle bags. After about a 30 minute wait at security, we headed to the Dan Lounge, and then boarded our flight.
Stopover in AUH: Our stopover was about 6 hours. I tried convincing Ethiad agents in Abu Dhabi to put us on an earlier flight which was going straight to BKK, and 2 hours earlier, I fealt like I was speaking to a wall, oh well. We then toured the airport, went to the lounge, ate, showered, and boarded our plane.
 

TLV
 

AUH
 

AUH
 

Al Dhabi Lounge, AUH
 

Halal Cholent, Al Dhabi Lounge, AUH
 

Ethiad Airways
 
Day 1 Bangkok:
On the way out of the airport I exchanged $40 for taxi and phone service. We then stopped at the AIS phone booth picked up a 15 day 35GB sim for about $16, then ordered a taxi through the Bolt App for about $10 to the Park Hyatt. At check in I was upgraded to the Park Executive Suite as a Globalist, but since the room wasn't ready they gave us a regular room for about an hour just to rest. We then ordered food from JCafe and they delivered fresh pizza, chummus, and hashbrowns all for about $20. Just an elevator down from the Park Hyatt there's a massive really cool mall with countess floors which we spent some time. I got to exchange some cash in the mall since they had a good rate.
 

Taxi from BKK
 

View from Park Hyatt Lobby
 

Chabad Bangkok, Lunch
 

Executive Suite, Park Hyatt
 

Executive Suite, Park Hyatt
 

Executive Suite, Park Hyatt
 

Executive Suite, Park Hyatt
 

It's the thought that counts, Park Hyatt
 
Day 2 Bangkok/Chiang Mai:
Aside for an elevator down to the mall, an elevator up to the roof for a view, and a quick swim in their gorgeous infinity pool we didn't really do anything in Bangkok. We then departed to BKK through and flew up to Chiang Mai, checked in to the Executive Suite in Le Meriden, and walked to Chabad for dinner.
 

Empty Pool Area, Park Hyatt
 

Embassy Mall, downstairs from Park Hyatt
 

Embassy Mall, downstairs from Park Hyatt
 

Lobby, Le Meriden
 

Executive Suite, Le Meriden
 

Executive Suite, Le Meriden
 

Executive Suite, Le Meriden
 

Chabad, Chiang Mai
 
Day 3 Chiang Mai:
Today's adventure was pretty much all booked through Yisrael we paid $55 for a full day driver. At 9am our van picked us up, we drove to Tiger Kingdom about 45 minute drive from Le Meriden. It was a fascinating experience, imagine literally lying down and hugging a tiger! We then went to a Monkey show about 5 minutes away which was ok, but a bit boring (we were the only ones there). We then spent some time Mae Sa Waterfall also about 5 minutes away. Then we headed to Smart Elephant camp which was an unbelievable experience. We got to feed, swim, and bath the elephants. We then drove to Sticky Waterfalls about a 40 minute drive from Smart Elephant Camp and experienced walking up and down the waterfall. After we got dropped off at hotel, we stopped off at New Moda Custom Tailors to pick out fabrics and get measured. We end up both getting the same fabric for a suit and dress which costed a bit over $300. We then walked to Chabad for dinner.
 

Our van for the day
 

Reclining seats with lots of legroom
 

Bikes everywhere
 

Tiger Kingdom, Entrance
 

Tiger Encounter, Tiger Kingdom
 

Tiger Encounter, Tiger Kingdom
 

Tiger Encounter, Tiger Kingdom
 

Tiger Encounter, Tiger Kingdom
 

Monkey Show
 

Chill, I'm married
 

Monkey Show
 

Mae Sa Waterfall
 

Smart Elephant Camp
 

Smart Elephant Camp
 

Smart Elephant Camp
 

Smart Elephant Camp
 

Chabad actually makes really good food
 

Pad Thai, Local dish
 
Day 4 Chiang Mai (Friday):
My wife went for a complimentary facial massage in the hotel while I chilled at the pool, we then walked to Aiyaret Massage located just before Chabad, and experienced and amazing 1 hour massage for about $9. We then went back to New Moda for our 2nd fitting. Friday night at Chabad was amazing there were about 100 Israelis and a handful of Americans. Le Meriden was very accommodating with sending up elevators and opening our door on Shabbos, seems like they have everything down pat.
 

Pool Area, Le Meriden
 

Aiyaret Massage
 

Aiyaret Massage
 

New Moda Custom Clothing
 
Day 5 Chiang Mai (Shabbos):
I guess now is good time to express my appreciation to Chabad, for shabbos they don't charge anything and each week 100s of frum and not frum jews get to enjoy a meal together arranged by 1 Rabbi. Motzei Shabbos we had our 3rd fitting at New Moda, we then took a tuktuk to Saturday Night Market, experienced a 30 minute foot massage for about $3, and bought some silk scarfs and fruit.
 

View from the back of our Tuk Tuk
 

Saturday Night Market
 

Saturday Night Market
 
Day 6 Chiang Mai (יז תמוז): I only remembered about the fast day after I booked flights, I wasn't going to let that ruin me, maybe I would have went to Dui Inthanon or do some other activity, but it wasn't a big deal for me. Today, we relaxed, picked up our custom clothing which actually came out really nice, broke my fast at Chabad, then took a tuktuk to Sunday Night Market.
 

Suit, Final Product
 

Suit and Dress, Final Product
 

Evening Breakfast
 

Evening Breakfast
 

Tuk Tuk View
 

Sunday Night Market
 
Day 7 Chiang Mai/Koh Samui: We checked out of Le Meriden, left our luggage behind, and went for another massage at Aiyaret, went back to hotel and took a taxi to CNX. Personally, I would have loved to avoid the BKK stopover, but it did save me a couple 100 USD, so we flew to BKK, I had Chabad Bangkok deliver lunch to arrivals which we ate at the Coral Lounge. Arrival at Koh Samui was a bit interesting, it seemed like there was only 1 taxi service departing the airport. Bolt App didn't work, and when I tried Grab the driver texted me that the taxi at airport is a mafia company and they won't allow her in, so I had to cancel and pay about $32 for the Airport taxi to the Conrad. We checked into our upgraded 5 Island Pool Vila, and what can I say, the hotel and service was fantastic.
 

Aiyaret Massage
 

Bangkok Chabad Delivery
 

Bangkok Chabad Delivery
 

BKK
 

Airport Transfer, USM
 

Coconut Water at check in, Conrad
 

Golf cart to our Villa
 

5 Island Pool Villa, Conrad
 

Monogrammed Teddy Bears
 

5 Island Pool Villa, Conrad
 

5 Island Pool Villa, Conrad
 

5 Island Pool Villa, Conrad
 

5 Island Pool Villa, Conrad
 
Day 8-17 coming up in part 2...
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Re: 2 Weeks in Thailand, 1 Day in Dubai Honeymoon by @CoffeeBean
« Reply #1 on: August 17, 2022, 10:15:44 AM »
Great TR - Thanks for taking the time

I guess now is good time to express my appreciation to Chabad, for shabbos they don't charge anything and each week 100s of frum and not frum jews get to enjoy a meal togethe
FWIW donations are very much welcomed  :)

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Re: 2 Weeks in Thailand, 1 Day in Dubai Honeymoon by @CoffeeBean
« Reply #2 on: August 17, 2022, 11:09:49 AM »
Great TR - Thanks for taking the time
FWIW donations are very much welcomed  :)
Yep, they deserve it. Still impressed that they don't ask for money. I guess it's a good method to get in the non-frum Israelis.

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Re: 2 Weeks in Thailand, 1 Day in Dubai Honeymoon by @CoffeeBean
« Reply #3 on: August 17, 2022, 11:18:23 AM »
Yep, they deserve it. Still impressed that they don't ask for money. I guess it's a good method to get in the non-frum Israelis.
Absolutely. They are doing an incredible job
For what it's worth, I ate by them Friday night in BKK 12 years ago for free, and keep on giving them money rather frequently, because I like what they are doing  :)
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Re: 2 Weeks in Thailand, 1 Day in Dubai Honeymoon by @CoffeeBean
« Reply #4 on: August 17, 2022, 01:30:52 PM »
...Continued Part 2:
Day 8 Koh Samui: Now is when we get to experience the views, pictures won't do justice. The Conrad actually picked up breakfast from Chabad (about a 45 minute drive) and delivered it to our room for free since the hotel was booked under a Diamond account. We went kayaking, chilled at the pool, hammock, etc. and just relaxed. Surprisingly, the hotel was able to arrange a pick up from Chabad for dinner.
 

Morning View from our villa
 

Public Pool, Conrad
 

Kayaking, Conrad
 

More Villa Views
 
Day 9 Koh Samui: Unfortunately, we had to change hotels due to availability. We took a taxi for about a 40 minute drive North to Cape Fahn, another gorgeous hotel. This was actually pretty cool, since the hotel is situated on a small island, they had a tractor transporting passangers over a couple feet of water during low tide, and a small boat for transport during high tide. The head chef actually greeted us at check in to try to accommodate our kosher standards, but it's not like anything can be done. This time I had to pay for Chabad to deliver, but later that night I met the chef again and told her I had Chabad deliver, she then insisted to have Hotel pick up breakfast and dinner the next 2 days which was nice.
 

Taking in the last Villa View
 

Beach, Conrad
 

Lobby, Conrad
 

Island Transfer, Cape Fahn
 

Entrance to Lobby, Cape Fahn
 

Coconut Water at check in, Cape Fahn
 

It's the thought that counts, Cape Fahn
 

Deluxe Pool Villa, Cape Fahn
 

Deluxe Pool Villa, Cape Fahn
 

Deluxe Pool Villa, Cape Fahn
 

Deluxe Pool Villa, Cape Fahn
 

It's the thought that counts, Cape Fahn
 
Day 10 Koh Samui: We spent most most of our day relaxing, I actually took out a jetski that hotel recommended. The jetski rental is located at the public beach right outside the island cost was about $40 for 30 minutes.
 

Resort View, Cape Fahn
 

Resort View, Cape Fahn
 

Today's Activity
 
Day 11 Koh Samui/Phuket (Friday): We checked out of Cape Fahn and headed to USM. The airport was an experience itself. Most of the airport is outdoors, and by the gate there's a garden with a swing which you can watch takeoff and landing from a pretty close distance. Once we arrived in HKT we ordered at Taxi through Bolt, and made our way to The Diamond Cliff. I booked the best room available which was the Diamond Jacuzzi Suite. Honestly, it's an OK hotel but I wouldn't recommend it if you're walking to Chabad on Shabbos. The Resort is pretty spread out on a hill so there was plenty of walking maybe a little too much. Friday night was really nice, I wasn't expecting so many people, they had the meals on 2 floors. If I had to put an estimate there must have been 250 Israelis and about 50 foreigners. All in all great job chabad for arranging.
 

Runway View, USM
 

Good Bye Koh Samui
 

Lobby, Diamond Cliff
 
Day 12 Phuket (Shabbos): I loved every minute of my time with Chabad. I loved how frum, not frum, Israeli, non Israel, all get together and enjoy Shabbos. Not to mention the amount of time, effort, and money which goes in every single week. It's an experience I think everyone can enjoy.
 
Day 13 Phuket/Phi Phi Islands: Today's adventure was booked through Klook. They seemed like they had good reviews and great pricing. I paid $40 per person for a full day Phi Phi Island tour which included hotel pick up and drop off. We woke up at about 7am, packed our bags and left them with hotel for later on. We then got picked up at about 7:45am and made our way to the Marina. At the Marina they served fruit and drinks. They then collected about $12 for Park enterence fee and about 9am we departed to Maya Bay on a Speed Boat. After an hour of a loud and bumpy ride we arrived at Paradise on earth, Maya Bay. They gave us about an hour to explore, relax, and enjoy. Next, we departed Maya Bay and sailed for 2 minutes to Pi Leh Lagoon. The boat docked, and we took them up on their offer for a ride around the Lagoon for 45 minutes in a 6 passanger Long Boat while the rest of the boat passangers got to swim. Only 2 other passangers agreed, so the cost came out to be about $20. Next, the boat picked us up and we took about a 5 minute boat ride to Monkey Beach. We spent about 15 minutes there watching monkeys roaming around the beach and jumping on people. We just stood far away because I read one too many stories. Next, we sailed about 2 minutes away from the beach and went snorkeling for about 30 minutes. We then sailed 2 minutes to the main part of Phi Phi where we ate lunch and walked around. About an hour later we hopped back on the boat and headed to Khai Nok Island. Once we arrived, the locals collected about 30 cents per person. When my wife and I sat down on a beach chair that was laid out on the beach, someone came over to collect a little over $4. I also took out a Jetski for 30 minutes which was about $30 (The guy made me come back after 20 minutes not sure why, wasn't going to argue). We then sailed to Phuket and headed back to our hotel, picked up our luggage, we had Chabad deliver our dinner, then took a taxi and checked into
the Terrace Whirlpool Room at the Hyatt Regency.
 

Speed Boat Transfer, Phi Phi Island bound
 

Heaven on Earth, Maya Bay
 

Heaven on Earth, Maya Bay
 

Heaven on Earth, Maya Bay
 

Long Tail Boat, Pi Leh Lagoon
 

Monkey Beach, Phi Phi Island
 

Good Bye Phi Phi
 

Khai Nok Island
 

Jetsking in crystal clear water, Khai Nok Island
 

Terrace Whirlpool Room, Hyatt Regency
 

Terrace Whirlpool Room, Hyatt Regency
 

Terrace Whirlpool Room, Hyatt Regency
 
Day 14 Phuket: We checked out of the Hyatt Regency and took a 5 minute taxi to the Keemala. This was my favorite hotel, the hotel is in a jungle. The amount of detail was unfathomable. They even had fresh coffee beans with hand grinder and a pour over glass. This might be a little controversial. I had someone deliver a motor bike to the hotel for $6 a day. It took me a bit to get used to it, I drove to and from Chabad for lunch myself, and by then my wife was willing to hop on. We then drove to Keemala Beach and relaxed till sunset.
 

Some sort of lemon drink, Keemala Resort
 

Tent Pool Villa, Keemala
 

Tent Pool Villa, Keemala
 

Tent Pool Villa, Keemala
 

Tent Pool Villa, Keemala
 

Tent Pool Villa, Keemala
 

Tent Pool Villa, Keemala
 

My favorite part of hotel, hence my username
 

Keemala Beach
 

Delicious dinner, Chabad Phuket
 
Day 15 Phuket: Today was our last full day in Thailand. We spent our time exploring the greens in the resort and obviously taking advantage of our private pool. We then took a PCR test located about 5 minutes from hotel.
 

Resort View, Keemala
 

Resort View, Keemala
 

Resort View, Keemala
 

Public Pool, Keemala
 

This costed like $6 from Chabad Phuket
 
Day 16 Phuket/Duabi: We checked out of our hotel, and the guy who delivered our bike was waiting for me to pick it up. We them took a Taxi to HKT, stopped in one of PP lounges there, then took off to SIN. We headed to the SATS Premium Lounge where we showered and ate, then took off to DXB. Once arrived in Dubai I exchanged $20, and took a taxi to the Park Hyatt we we checked into the Lagoon Beach Room. This room was actually a higher cash rate than the suite, and I highly recommend it. It's ground level with access to the Adults Pool with a makeshift beach and really cool view. We then had The Kosher Place deliver our dinner which costed about a weeks worth of dinner from Chabads in Thailand.
 

SIN
 

SIN
 

Lagoon Beach Room, Park Hyatt
 
 

Lagoon Beach Room, Park Hyatt
 

It's the thought that counts, Park Hyatt
 

Forgot the dish, The Kosher Place
 

Room View, Park Hyatt
 
Day 17 Dubai: We relaxed on at the pool for a nice bit before checking out and leaving out luggage with hotel. Then we took a taxi to The Dubai Mall where we spent most of our day. We also checked out the Dubai Fountain, and went to Armani Kaf for dinner. The food is actually really good, but very expensive. Next, we took a taxi to pick up our luggage, and then to DXB. We relaxed and showered in the Ahlan Business Lounge, and then flew back to Israel.
 

Public Pool, Park Hyatt
 

Santorini Vibes, Park Hyatt
 

Adult Pool, Park Hyatt
 

Resort Golf Cart, Park Hyatt
 

Burj Khalifa
 

Aramani Kaf
 

Aramani Kaf
 

Aramani Kaf
 

Aramani Kaf
 

Aramani Kaf
 

Dubai Fountain View from Aramani Kaf
 

Ahlan Business Lounge, DXB
 
Thailand Notes:
Make sure to either have lots of cash or a debit card. Unless bank refunds ATM fee, I recommend cash since ATM fees are expensive and exchanges being cheap (less than 1% difference). Almost everywhere we went they didn't accept credit card. Remember your passport for exchanging cash.
 
Locals are very nice, but they do try ripping you off, make sure to use Bolt App for taxi or Grab when Bolt is not available. Always get a price beforehand or use meter. Tuk Tuks should be 50 baht for a 3 minute drive or 100 for a 10 minute drive, if a driver is not willing to give this price start walking away you'd be surprise how fast they'll give you "your price". Almost everywhere you go, you need to bargain if you don't want to get ripped off.
 
You don't want to go to random massage places, do research before you go.
 
Most if not all Chabad restaurants open after 12pm so it might be worthwhile bringing some food with you, for example if you go on a day trip at 8am you'll have something to eat.

If you made it all the way here, thanks for reading.

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Re: 2 Weeks in Thailand, 1 Day in Dubai Honeymoon by @CoffeeBean
« Reply #5 on: August 23, 2022, 12:28:27 PM »
Great TR and pics, thanks for sharing!
Save your time, I don't answer PM. Post it in the forum and a dedicated DDF'er will get back to you as soon as possible.

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Re: 2 Weeks in Thailand, 1 Day in Dubai Honeymoon by @CoffeeBean
« Reply #6 on: August 23, 2022, 06:16:08 PM »
Always a pleasure.

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Re: 2 Weeks in Thailand, 1 Day in Dubai Honeymoon by @CoffeeBean
« Reply #7 on: August 25, 2022, 04:49:35 AM »
thanks for sharing!
really enjoy your writing style

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Re: 2 Weeks in Thailand, 1 Day in Dubai Honeymoon by @CoffeeBean
« Reply #8 on: August 25, 2022, 05:41:32 AM »
thanks for sharing!
really enjoy your writing style
Thanks, never heard that before.

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Re: 2 Weeks in Thailand, 1 Day in Dubai Honeymoon by @CoffeeBean
« Reply #9 on: August 25, 2022, 05:55:23 AM »
Very nice report. Thanks a lot.

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Re: 2 Weeks in Thailand, 1 Day in Dubai Honeymoon by @CoffeeBean
« Reply #10 on: August 28, 2022, 03:13:21 PM »
great job @coffeebean

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Re: 2 Weeks in Thailand, 1 Day in Dubai Honeymoon by @CoffeeBean
« Reply #11 on: August 30, 2022, 05:30:15 PM »
Great TR and Pictures thanks for sharing

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Re: 2 Weeks in Thailand, 1 Day in Dubai Honeymoon by @CoffeeBean
« Reply #12 on: December 09, 2022, 01:48:50 AM »
Great TR, Nice pics.

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Re: 2 Weeks in Thailand, 1 Day in Dubai Honeymoon by @CoffeeBean
« Reply #13 on: December 09, 2022, 09:17:37 AM »
Nice TR. Gives me hope #itsnevertoolate :P
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Re: 2 Weeks in Thailand, 1 Day in Dubai Honeymoon by @CoffeeBean
« Reply #14 on: December 13, 2022, 01:22:36 PM »
Great TR, Nice pics.
Did @EliyahuF send you here?😉

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Re: 2 Weeks in Thailand, 1 Day in Dubai Honeymoon by @CoffeeBean
« Reply #15 on: December 13, 2022, 01:22:52 PM »
Nice TR. Gives me hope #itsnevertoolate :P
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Re: 2 Weeks in Thailand, 1 Day in Dubai Honeymoon by @CoffeeBean
« Reply #17 on: December 24, 2022, 07:02:29 PM »
Great TR. keep it up.