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Thai Senior and Disabled Travel Company Tour

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Thai Senior and Disabled Travel Co., Ltd., is a tour operator and travel consultant for accessible tourism in Thailand, with professional teams who are experienced and specialized in Senior and Disabled citizen tour operation, tour planning, and various other services. Thai Senior and Disabled Travel is the first tour operator for an Accessible tourism in Thailand. We are aware of the issues that the elderly and disabled who travel to Thailand often have to suffer, so we have provide these services that regular tour operator do not provide. Our mission is to provide our customer the best tourism and hospitality services, especially for...

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Thailand Access with a Manual Wheelchair

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I am a T2 paraplegic and I travelled through Thailand for two weeks in a manual chair with my boyfriend, who is not in a wheelchair. With its amazing cultural and geographical diversity, I discovered that there are limitless ways to experience Thailand. For wheelchair users however, this is not yet the easiest of countries to travel in despite the tourism industry explosion over the last decade. Nonetheless, with some advanced planning an enjoyable and exciting adventure is definitely possible. Good news is that accessibility is greatly improving in tourism hotspots although many parts of the country are still...

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Accessible Timeshares for Rent Worldwide

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Want to get away? More and more resorts are now offering many wheelchair accessible accommodations to choose from, but selecting which resort to book can prove to be an overwhelming task when done on your own. SellMyTimeshareNow.com offers an online marketplace of wheelchair accessible timeshare rentals and resales available by owner in destinations worldwide. Because these units are available by owner, they are priced roughly 60% less than the direct resort costs. Timeshare specialists are available by phone to assist in helping you find the perfect accessible unit for your stay. Since ADA modifications vary property to property, working...

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Thailand Holiday Travel Guide: Wheelchair Tips

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I’m 46 year old Danish man with spinal cord injury who lives in Thailand about six months per year. I was in Thailand for the first time for one month in January 2009. I feel so comfortable in the tropic weather that I decide to stay as much as possible in Thailand. Because of my spinal cord damage, I have a lot of pain to deal with. I have neuropathic pain disturbance which cause pain in the face and arms, although these parts of the body isn’t paralyzed. Therefore, I take a lot of medicine if I am in...

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Thailand Wheelchair Accessible Minivan and Driver

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Since 2005 I have been travelling to Hua Hin and Bangkok in Thailand. I have been returning every year during wintertime. I love this country with the great foor, smiling people and Buddhist culture. Till 2010 I used a regular minivan, asked them to take out the back seats and took my own ramps. But absolutely no restraint system whatsoever. The first two years I stayed in the Hyatt Regency Hotel; ground floor spacious rooms, no adaptions. Since 2007 I stay every winter in a pool villa with adaptions and medical equipment. It even has a private pool and whirlpool with...

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