Very helpful staff and flight went well - seemed a good price also!
Excellent staff, excellent knowledge meaning a very enjoyable, lovely relaxing break
Very helpful and kept up to date. Recommend
Everything went according to plan - you even booked our seats for us on the outbound flights. I couldn't recommend you highly enough
Good as always.
Amazing trip...my only issue was that in every hotel we had to pay to have the bed changed from a double to singles.
Smooth flights - all worked out well
Excellent service from start to finish - will be in touch soon
Everything was perfect.
Qatar were very attentive and made the journey easy, so thanks to DialAFlight again for finding me the perfect match.
Was impressed with the good service
Always have a good service and that’s why we have used them every year for 10 years!
Having dealt with Cody for many years I wouldn’t look anywhere else for my travel arrangements.
Everything went as planned including internal flights in South Africa. Great service once again.
Everything was great but the hotel could have been a bit closer to the old town area.
Cannot imagine how you could better your service.
As usual Darren, Grant and Rupert went the extra mile. Superb service all round
Noah was very helpful and always answered questions promptly - will recommend and will be using him again for our next trip.
Troy very accommodating and helpful with some difficult amendments. Can’t recommend him highly enough. Will definitely use again
Top class and hassle free
First class service and hotel was fantastic
Another fabulous trip delivered by DialAFlight. Can’t recommend them enough
I always use DialAFlight. Stan and Tristan are brilliant advisers.
It all worked out very well
Abbie was awesome
Airline was poor but arrangements from your end first class
Charlie was great and nothing was too much trouble. He sorted the whole holiday and everything went smoothly. From hotel check-ins to luggage on flights. Fantastic! I will be booking again with DialAFlight
Ted is a great help.
My plan for my eagerly-anticipated trip to Thailand was - there was no plan. Just three weeks of winter sunshine, island-hopping with a girl pal - a relaxing break from my job as a weather forecaster on ITV.
After flying to Bangkok, we took another plane direct to Krabi on the west of the mainland. There was no time to waste... a beach was waiting.
Railay Bay in Krabi is picture-perfect Thailand and the ideal place to kick off a holiday. Long-tail boats parked in neat rows bobbed along the shoreline with crystal-clear turquoise water lapping at the limestone cliffs. The cliffs are popular with climbers.
I didn't quite muster the courage to scale a sheer rock face in a harness - although we did clamber up a 70-degree slope using just ropes. It was totally worth it.
After the initial steep incline, we found ourselves in rainforest-style terrain with a breathtaking view of the entire peninsula.
The striking white cliffs and dense tropical jungle-style greenery define Krabi.
We drank our body weight in fresh coconut milk and pina coladas in our first couple of days as we acclimatised to our new surroundings and gradually began to relax.
Afternoons were spent deciding where to sunbathe after simple lunches - mostly of satays and papaya salads.
We called the latter 'papaya salad roulette'- as you never knew how spicy it was going to be. Some were well into blow-your-socks-off country.
I lost count of the massages we had, each one leaving me blissfully floppy.
We loved the bars with their boho beanbags, low tables and bamboo terraces overlooking the bay.
We didn't want to leave Railay Bay in Krabi, but we had arranged to head to Phuket to meet up with some ex-pat friends over from Hong Kong.
We stayed at the famous Slate hotel. It's a huge hotel with a choice of three pools surrounded by tropical plants - and even our room came with its own courtyard, plunge pool and outside bathtub.
Nearby, Nai Yang Beach was quiet and unspoilt - a fitting location for sundowners and more popular with locals swinging in their hammocks than tourists.
From Phuket, the hotel arranged our transfers to Koh Lanta via the island of Phi Phi, where we stopped off for the day and hired a long-tail boat to go snorkelling. With just us aboard, our guide tailor-made the whole afternoon and we even found an idyllic little secluded bay for lunch.
We then took a ferry to Koh Lanta. Until I arrived in Koh Lanta I thought I had reached the peak of relaxation - but there it was like stepping back in time, with a slightly hippy vibe.
I saw as many home-made signs for beachside yoga as I did for happy hours. The resort was on the edge of Phra-Ae Beach, home to a string of rustic restaurants and chilled-out bars.
Beach barbecues became an evening ritual - barefoot, still in our sundresses, bikinis and smelling of sun cream. I'm sure all this made the freshly-barbecued fish and local Singha beer taste even better.
For a change of scenery we took a tuk tuk to nearby Long Beach - three miles of soft sand fringed by shady tall pine trees. The shade was something we were craving after going out on paddle-boards in the strong late-afternoon sunshine.
I'd only paddle-boarded once before but the still, clear waters of the Andaman Sea were the ideal place to get into the swing of it. After a very floppy few days in Koh Lanta, it was time to mentally prepare ourselves to head back to London life, via Bangkok.
Bustling Bangkok was an assault on the senses at first after so much relaxation. But Hotel Muse couldn't have suited us better. In a brilliant location, it was a calm sanctuary in the craziness of Bangkok's streets. Our suite was huge, with the comfiest beds.
Someone had suggested we go to a club called Sing Sing - it's one of the best I've ever been to, buzzy and with friendly staff. With espresso martinis in hand, we made friends from all over the world.
I already plan to go back to meet them there again.
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