Food/Grocery Entertainment Utilities Transportation Accommodation Total cost of living in Hua Hin $500 USD per month – I first arrived in Hua Hin in September and if you have been living in Thailand long enough, you’ll know that’s the rainy season or the monsoon season, and they don’t call it the raining season for no […]
There is a secure online service (similar to PayPal) that saved me about $450 USD per year on Thai ATM fees and other currency exchange fees. You can transfer and exchange your money using this service with any major currencies like USD, Euro, British Pounds, Australian, Canadian Dollars, Thai Baht and more. First, let us […]
Many of the tips here can be used in many countries around the world, not just Thailand. If you’re staying for a short holiday, you can still follow some of these tips but they’re aimed more toward people living long-term in Thailand. If you’re coming to Thailand for your holiday or travel and you don’t […]
Check out Soi 88 and Soi 94 for budget apartments around 4,000 to 12,000 baht per month. See the green highlight in the map above. The area in GREEN are areas with cheap service and non-service apartments. Make sure to book your hotel at Agoda before visiting. Online Apartments in Hua Hin RentHub.in.th RentHub is […]
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.
A lot of people have asked me this: “When is the best time to visit Thailand?” The answer to that question is different from different people. But in general I would say any time is the best time because it’s mainly summer all year round in Thailand. Then again, there is the heavy rain or […]
The area in GREEN area on the map is where you’ll find cheap service and non-service apartments. Make sure to book your hotel at Agoda before visiting. *We do not recommend any of the apartments listed here. All published prices are subject to change without prior notice. Use the information on this page at your […]