Living in Thailand pros and cons

Living in Thailand pros and cons

Thailand is a very large country, life in Koh Samui is not the same as life in Chiang Mai, and life in an inland city is completely different from life in Bangkok. Therefore, the positive and negative aspects of living in Thailand will also be different depending on where you decide to move. It is…

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Living and working in Bangkok

Living and working in Bangkok

Bangkok, which means “city of angels” in Thai, is the capital of Thailand with up to 8 million inhabitants. Here the modern, the traditional and the chaotic mix, and the old buildings contrast with the modern skyscrapers, giving this metropolis an atmosphere that is unparalleled in the world. In this article we will analyze in…

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Doing business in Thailand

Doing business in Thailand

The main activities of foreigners staying in Thailand are: Bars, cafes, guest houses and restaurants, massage centers or tourism agencies. In cities like Bangkok and Chiang Mai or in tourist centers like Phuket and Koh Samui, there are dozens of businesses run by foreigners and doing quite well. In Thailand, it is not difficult to…

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Working in Thailand

Working in Thailand

Thailand is considered a middle industrial power, Thai GDP per capita is about 70 in the world, though higher than Chinese and Brazilian. However, working in Thailand as a foreigner is not easy. More than two-thirds of the Thai population is employed in agriculture and fishing. Thailand is one of the world’s largest producers and…

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Moving to Thailand

Moving to Thailand

Thailand is an Asian country synonymous with tropical beaches, crystal clear sea, impenetrable jungle and Buddhist temples. That is why many foreigners dream of moving to Thailand. The country is about the size of France and has 68 million inhabitants. Thailand is ruled by a military junta and the highest national authority is the king,…

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