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What's the most interesting aspect of living in Thailand?
The best thing about Thailand is it's simplicity. Having lived previously in the US, UK and France the lack of red tape is very refreshing.
As for the most interesting I suppose it would have to be the fact that almost everything is different. From the food to the language to the weather! Everyday is challenging and an adventure.
Being away from the materialism of Western countries is lovely. It makes you realize what is truly important in life.
I divide my time between New York City and Bangkok and I have to say both cities are remarkably "same same but different" (anyone living in Thailand will understand that line).
I have to admit though Thai culture is more accepting of religion and individual lifestyle choices. So you can see people express their inner feelings out in the open without anyone judging.
I definitely do enjoy the challenges of living in Thailand. Every little thing that I easily do in New York can be a challenge in Bangkok for instance taking the public bus. It was a bit of a learning curve but now I give myself a pat on the back whenever I get to my destination.
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