I’m going to show you the place that I think has the best currency exchange rate in Bangkok airport without taking a taxi and without having to go outside the airport. You will need to head down to the lowest level of the airport to the Airport Rail Link where you can find two exchange […]
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.
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).
In this post , I’m going to show you how I did my very first visa run from Bangkok, Thailand to Savannakhet, Laos for about ฿3,120 THB.
Upscale, high-end, designer brands, luxurious, and expensive. It’s a type of shopping complex you would expect to find somewhere in downtown Paris or Manhattan, targeting the ultra-rich. Not a place you want to go shopping or eating if you are on a budget.
Located in the heart of Bangkok, Central World is the biggest shopping mall in Thailand and the sixth largest shopping mall in the world.