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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.
Recommended service to get good value from your money:
An alternative money transfer service for sending money from or to Thailand.
An international money transfer service that usually offers the best rates with transfer speed.
A credit card giving you free flights or business class upgrades without having to worry about foreign exchange rate.
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Are you thinking about sending money to Thailand as a one-time or recurring transfer? In this guide you’ll come across affiliate and partner links. When you click and use their services or buy their products, Thailand Starter Kit gets a small commission. You won’t pay anything extra for these services or products, but the small […]
Sending money to Thailand can be a tricky matter. Between international transfer fees and hidden fees in exchange rates, you face a lot of pitfalls when transferring money from abroad into Thailand. Aside from traditional forms of banking, you have a few options to send money from overseas to Thailand. Each offers its own benefits, […]
When I wrote about my cost of living in Bangkok, a common question I got by email was:In this guide you’ll come across affiliate and partner links. When you click and use their services or buy their products, Thailand Starter Kit gets a small commission. You won’t pay anything extra for these services or products, […]
Editor’s note: Starting in 2019 the US Embassy will no longer issue income affidavits to anyone applying for Thai visas. This rule has been passed down from the Thai government, which doesn’t consider income affidavits as legit proof of income. Make sure you contact your local Thai immigration office to find out what you […]