I love to travel, who doesn’t? With all the new experiences, you’re only ever going to grow exponentially. One of my favourite places to travel too is Thailand. My wife and I have been there six times over the last ten years and we’re planning on going back very shortly.
After half a dozen visits, we’ve got to be pretty savvy with how to find accommodation out there. Whether it’s through local travel agents in our home town or through actually being in Thailand and getting to know the best places to be from the locals.
Truly though, the best booking tool I’ve ever used is trivago. I found accommodation here for my last holiday and will use them again and again. I only regret that we didn’t find them sooner. The user face is simple to use and works as you’d expect it would. You can easily see prices and set a search radius as well as setting dates.
One of my favourite features of the website though is that you can book flights through them too. But it won’t just show you the dates of the days you’ve picked, but days either side of it too. Meaning that, if you are flexible with the dates, you can pick the cheapest days to fly. All without having to re-enter any information.
The reviews are also a great feature of the site, and perhaps one of the most important. They allow you to see what real people have got to say about the place you want to book. Not just some fancy sales script from a travel agent trying to get their commision. But real people, who have been there and experienced what it is that you’re about to experience.
They are usually the best way to understand what it is that you’re about to buy, whether it’s a book, or a luxury villa, you should always read the reviews.