After getting dozens of message every day on a range of subject, I’ve decided to create a Private Member’s Club for my website, where you can ask me and others questions about your holiday or long-term stay in Bangkok. Who is this Club For? This club is for anyone planning a holiday to Thailand or
This is a guest post from a reader who lives in Chiang Mai. Hey guys, Harvie asked me for a quick breakdown of my living costs in Chiang Mai so here goes. In December 2014 I spent exactly 34,898 baht. I track all my expenses with a smartphone app so that number is pretty accurate.
I recently came across this blog post by Mark Wiens, who showed people how to live in Bangkok on $285 per month. I’m not hating on the guy (that’s exactly what I’m doing) but anybody who leaves their home country to live in Bangkok for under $300 can go fuck themselves (sorry Mark, nice site
10 Things in Thailand you can buy for under 50 baht. 1. A bulk pack of Oreo’s. 49 baht for 12 packs 2. A ticket to a league one football game, 40-50 baht 3. Ping pong balls to throw at go go girls on the dancefloor, 20 baht per ball 4. BTS and MRT metro