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Phuket Access Travel

27 Aug 2013A friend of mine just came back from a holiday in Thailand. Whilst in Thailand Karen travelled with a guy who had a disability. Thailand is very hard for a person in a wheelchair to get around and so they asked ‘Phuket Access Travel’ for help on accommodation to use, places to go and transport to use in an around Phuket.

Andre is the owner of ‘Phuket Access Travel’ http://www.phuketaccesstravel.com/ and has established this service to make holidaying easier and more enjoyable for someone with a disability.

Andre will go and check out the accommodation you have booked and also any tours or shows you have booked in order to make sure they are wheelchair friendly.

Andre knows what to look for as he has a sister with MS and knows what is accessible and what isn’t.

If you plan to go to Phuket for a holiday I would highly recommend contacting Andre at http://www.phuketaccesstravel.com/ to help you have a wheelchair friendly experience.




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Tom from Thailand posted on 30 Oct 2013
This is a very enjoyable article I would also like to add that there is a countrywide resource for wheelchair users and disabled people called Accessible Thailand the website lists all places within Thailand at a good for wheelchair users and disabled people, they even have an accessibility rating system so you can find out if a place or venue is good for you. According to your particular needs. The web address is www.accessiblethailand.com

Luxury villas Thailand from httpwwwprivatevillasphuketcomluxurycomforthtm posted on 11 Sep 2013
Thanks for this important information. Nice article!

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