6 useful apps you should have when travelling to Thailand

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6 useful apps you should have when travelling to Thailand
It is always essential to know your travel information before you head off on your trip. These 6 must-have travel apps will be lifesavers as you plan your trip to Thailand.

  • Viatuktuk


    Now this app is seriously awesome! What Viatuktuk show you attractions and cool places in SE Asia that are near you in that moment. All you have to do is turn on your wi-fi and it will show you on map all of the places that are close by. It will also show you other backpackers who are close to you as well. All you have to do is tap their picture and then you can send them a message. Meeting other travellers has never been so easy.

  • Skyscanner


    This is an app for booking flights anywhere in the world. There are tons of different flight booking apps out there, so why Skyscanner? You can input where you are, and select the destination to everywhere. This will give you a list of flights from where you are to many different places sorted by price. I find this feature to be really great at finding cheap flights to random places.

  • Thai By Nemo

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    Regardless of the length of stay, visitors to Thailand should arm themselves with a few words in its native tongue. From ‘how much?’ to ‘I’m single’ knowing a few words in Thai will certainly come in handy and allow visitors to immerse themselves in the culture more flawlessly. That’s where Thai By Nemo comes in. Users can set daily language goals for themselves with the convenient Words for Today feature.

  • BTS Skytrain

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    Navigating the city can be tricky, but the BTS SkyTrain app just made getting around that much easier. This app comes equipped with a fare calculator, so travelers know exactly how much coinage they will need to get from point A to point B. There is also a feature on the app called What’s Around, which shows users different businesses around a particular station.

  • ThaiFriendly


    Whether you are looking to have some fun or looking for the one, dating apps can always make traveling a bit more interesting. ThaiFriendly is one of the most popular dating apps in the city, with over 25,000 people logging in daily. The app even allows users, when picking their sex, to choose ladyboy as an option, which we thought was pretty cool. Many users will also post about wanting a travel buddy on this platform as well.

  • Line


    Forget everything you knew about messaging on your phone. One of the most popular ways Thais use to communicate with one another is via the Line app. Line provides users with free messaging, calling, and video calling. The best aspect of Line is the massive amount of emojis available at your fingertips. They are both adorable and surprising, with an emoji for every possible situation you could possibly imagine.

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