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12th of March 2013 2

What is a good size backpack for a 2 week trip to Thailand?

I’m planning a 2 week trip to Thailand this summer and need to figure out the right size pack to buy. I don’t intend on bringing too much as I plan to be on the move a lot. An extra pair of shoes and a couple changes of clothes will be the majority. I’ve read that anything over 60 litre is overkill but I want to be on the safe side. Thanks.

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Answer by tonics4u2
seriously, i brought an extra large recyclable tesco shopping bag the first time, got my mam to sew a zip into it, hey presto, job done
good for 2 month

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  1. siren0327 8:09 am 12/03 of 2013

    It really depends on what you’re planning to do over there. If you’re staying in hostels or backpacking most of the time I would say that less is more because many guesthouses do not have a place to safely store your belongings. Remember the weather is quite hot there so you can get away with mostly shorts and tshirts which don’t take up too much room in your suitcase. If you go to Khao San road you can buy lots of really cool tshirts, dresses, and other clothes there for super-cheap. I’d definitely recommend taking some sandals, a pair of tennis shoes for hiking, and one light sweatshirt, other than that you can keep things to a minimum.

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  2. - Petit Fantôme Aimé ♐ - 8:33 am 12/03 of 2013

    There are the Hotel Laundry service and Laundry shop in towns…!

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