Yes, this is another cost of living article in Chiang Mai, Thailand. In this article, I’ll be talking about my monthly cost in Chiang Mai for the following: Food/Grocery Entertainment Utilities Visa Transportation Accommodation I have already made other articles about my cost of living in Bangkok and the real cost of living in Thailand. […]
1. Saturday & Sunday Night Markets If this is your first visit to Chiang Mai, you need to check out one of the weekend night markets. The Saturday night market is on Wua Lai Road and the Sunday night market is on Ratchadamnoen Road. I wrote an article about the weekend/night markets including a map […]
For most people, Chiang Mai is nothing more than a shopping and foodie paradise. Two of the best places to do just that are the Saturday Night Market on Wua Lai Road and Sunday Night Market on Rat cha dam noen Road. Nothing beats shopping and haggling more than these two famous night markets of […]
Do you wonder which place has the best currency exchange rate? Should you exchange your money at the airport or exchange it outside the airport? I thought it would be interesting to see how the currency exchange rate compares from the BKK international airport vs Pattaya. Let’s find out if you get better rates inside […]
The past week all I saw in the news was Brexit, unless you had been living under a cave the past week and never heard of Brexit.
For someone like myself living in Thailand or someone traveling aboard, what does this all mean?
Because I’m no expert in British laws or politics and obviously, I’m not from the United Kingdom.
Bangkok (BKK) to Pattaya If you’re traveling internationally by air into Thailand, you would have to land at Bangkok Suvarnabhumi International Airport. Once you arrive and have check out at the Suvarnabhumi International Airport.
Pha Taem covers an area of 340 km2 in Khong Chiam, Si Mueang Mai and Pho Sai districts of Ubon Ratchathani Province. Pha Taem was formally declared as a national park in Thailand on December 31, 1991. It is the 74th national park of Thailand.
I been living and traveling solo in Thailand for just over 6 months and I lived in Bangkok for the first 4 months. This article is my average cost of living in Bangkok for that 4 months.
During my 4 months stay in Bangkok, I spent between ฿25,000 THB – ฿28,000 THB per month (about $800 USD or $1,000 CAD).