So it’s that time of the year again and you need to renew your visa at Thai immigration. Don’t you just hate it when Thai immigration officers want to see 400,000 baht or 800,000 baht in your bank account and you barely have enough money for grilled pork balls and sticky rice? Just imagine not […]
Making money in Thailand is important. But equally important is sending and receiving money at the best rates while spending little in fees. This category includes guides on costs of living, exchange rates, international money transfers, banks, and even cryptocurrency.
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The first time I heard of an ATM I was eleven years old. My aunt took me to Seaside Park, NJ for the day. She pulled the car to the side of the road and told me to wait while she got some money from the ATM. “What’s an ATM?” I wondered. My parents never […]