Thailand gets over 30 million annual visitors and that accounts for a lot of money circulating. Catering to this large number, the Land of Smiles has a variety of spending options available to its visitors. Read on to learn a few of them.
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Thailand has a lot to offer for those visiting or residing in the country, and depending on your length of stay there are a number of unique experiences possible to be discovered in the Land of Smiles.
This is a guide meant to offer some help and insight to those considering teaching in Thailand. This guide is geared towards non-native speakers but some of the information can be of use to native speakers too.
Bangkok has a lot of activities on offer for those willing to find them. If you’re looking to connect with others and have a good time rooftop pool parties can be a great avenue. The atmosphere at these events are not as boisterous as clubs, while being more upbeat than casual get-togethers.
In my time in Thailand I’ve lived in Koh Samui, Koh Lanta, Kanchanaburi, and Bangkok to name just a few of the places. Barring Bangkok (because it’s absolutely crazy), everywhere I’ve been to I’ve made use of rental scooters because they’re a good way to get around in quick convenience.