Get ready for your upcoming trip to Thailand: Girls Only. Here you can find all your pre-trip materials and information to help you get started.
WELCOME ABOARD, You're Going To Thailand!
july 24 - august 6
To help you get ready for departure, we've put all your pre-trip resources in one place.
YOur Next STeps:
START HERE: REVIEW YOUR ITINERARY, GET EXCITED!
STEP 1: PAY YOUR DEPOSIT TO CONFIRM YOUR SPOT.
Your spot on a trip is not confirmed until we have received your $295 deposit.
STEP 2: BOOK YOUR FLIGHT & INSURANCE
See Below for Trip Information. Use our recommended travel agents to help make this easy.
Your Trip Details:
EMERGENCY CONTACT INFORMATION:
International Emergency Contact:
Rabbi Jamie Cowland, Jamie@justifi.org, +972 525 448 544
Chabad Centers of Thailand:
+(66) 2 663 0244 (Jewish Assoc. of Thailand)
+(66) 2 629-2770 (Chabad of Bangkok)
+(66) 81 870 2249 (Chabad of Chiang Mai, Mobile of Rabbi)
US Embassy of Bangkok:
+(66) 2 205 4049 (Emergency from Outside Thailand)
1 888 407 4747 (Department of Overseas Citizens)
FLIGHT INSTRUCTIONS FOR YOUR TRIP:
Arriving Flight Requirements: Please book your flight to arrive in the evening of Monday July 23rd into BKK International Airport, or at least several hours before 8am on Tuesday July 24th. Our program starts at 8am in the hotel lobby on the first day of the trip, arriving the night before will ensure that you feel well rested. We will have hotel rooms available for all participants for the night before the program as part of your program cost.
Departing Flight Requirements: Book return flights home from BKK International Airport in Bangkok after 6pm on August 6th, we will ensure you arrive at the airport before 4pm for international check-in.
Note: If you choose to extend your trip, you may book onward travel from either BKK international airport after 6pm.
Want Help Booking Your Flight? See Our Travel Desk for a List of Recommended Agents!
Arrival Instructions and Hotel Directions:
Visas: Thailand does not require a visa in advance for visitors from most developed countries. See visahq.com/ to confirm your status. Most tourists get a 30 day visa on arrival, free of charge.
Airport Arrival: Once you clear customs and have picked up your suitcase, visit an ATM to withdraw spending money. We recommend you withdraw at least 3,000 Baht ($100 USD) to get started. If you want to get a telephone, go to level 1 in the arrivals terminal and visit either the DTAC stand or the TruMove stand (two leading telephone companies in Thailand) and you can purchase a simple phone with local service for approximately $30 USD. They can also help you get a SIM card for your unlocked phone from back home.
Getting a Taxi: Once you have your money and luggage, follow the “public taxi” signs outside.
Hotel: The hotel we will be staying at in Bangkok is:
New Siam II
50 Trok Rong Mai, Phra-A-Thit Road, Chanasongkram, Phranakorn, Bangkok 10200, Thailand.a http://www.newsiam.net/ns/newsiam2.php
Skirts should reach the knee, necklines should reach the collarbone, sleeves should cover at least half the upper arm. Short sleeves are acceptable but not cap sleeves please. Feel free to wear leggings under skirts or aladdin pants. There are no guidelines for footwear or legwear from the knee down!
For those amongst you who observe the rules of Das Yehudis when it comes to stockings or socks, Justifi’s posek ruled for our groups that Das Yehudis need not apply when we are away from established Jewish communities. We recommend that you ask your own halachic shailos if you have any questions!
If you have any specific questions,or we have left anything uncovered (excuse the pun!) please feel free to email email@example.com