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I used to be travelling a lot by railjet, and the maximum delay I got was 30 minutes, and that happened only once, altogether. (It was around when the immigrants came in and rushed on the train). I took the railjet mostly from Budapest to Wien and backwards, and about twice a month from Salzburg to Budapest and back. I think it is reliable, but its mostly my ...


I have unfortunately no statistics on the Railjets being on time. However, I have an answer to the second part of your question: If that train doesn't go [...] will my ticket be valid for the 13:08-18:19? If it is expected that the first train that will leave after the departure time as printed on your ticket, will arrive at least one hour after the ...


Not very cold. As a Thai living in Bangkok I would say that central Thailand rarely has cold winter. Normally, it is above 15°C throughout winter and above 25 downtown (last year was an exception as downtown Bangkok reached 16). I think the weather won't be your problem if you plan to visit central Thailand in the winter.


There's another thread which talks about this here: Ideas for versatile clothes in northern India The link explains that a simple Pashmina can be versatile for cold weather, a windcheater is also useful but essentially it is possible to buy some suitable clothes that you need there, rather than packing them


My favourite resource for such questions is weatherspark, which tells me that for Bangkok: Over the course of a year, the temperature typically varies from 23°C to 35°C and is rarely below 20°C or above 36°C. ... The cold season lasts from November 18 to January 31 with an average daily high temperature below 32°C. The coldest day of the ...


This link tells me that Bangkok has cool weather between December and February. (not cold or freezing). This link has preserved the temperature data over the last few years in Bangkok city. Since you did not mention which month you will be going, I suggest you feed in the month data and choose the year and see how it was.


I got this link which claims to have averaged the temperature data across months in the town of Shimla in Himachal Pradesh. It might not be snowy but expect chillness in the air - definitely at night. I don't think you need to pack clothes to withstand freezing winter. You do not need snow boots or thick jackets. As for what you need, you could decide for ...

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