I was recently asked by my husband to share some tips on how to save money on your first Thai trip.
He said I’d do well to remember that the average Thai person is a bit of a workaholic, and that the best way to keep things interesting and to keep a budget down is to keep busy.
But what I’ve learned from my travels is that while Thai travel is one of the most rewarding experiences you’ll ever have, it’s also one of most expensive.
There are a number of reasons for this, but one of them is that Thailand’s government doesn’t really provide the kind of flexible travel plans that are common for most other destinations in Southeast Asia.
So while you might be able to book a Thai holiday in a few months, if you’re looking to save the money, it might be a good idea to plan for a few weeks or even months in advance.
Here’s how to do that.
First of all, you need to get some travel insurance.
If you’re in the market for a Thai vacation, there are a lot of companies out there that offer a wide range of travel insurance plans.
If your plan is a little more expensive, you might need to look elsewhere for your insurance.
Some travel insurance providers offer rates as low as $50 per month per person per trip.
If you’re already in Thailand, you can usually get cheap rates from Travel Insurance Agency.
I was able to find a cheap Thai vacation insurance plan on the cheap travel insurance website for around $150 per month.
That included a 10% bonus for all purchases.
I was able, however, to get the travel insurance on my own, and my savings on the trip were over $3,000.
Second, you’ll need to buy your own transportation.
This might seem like a strange idea, but there are plenty of good companies out in Thailand that offer Thai-only tours.
If a trip is going to cost you money, you’re better off going on a tour of your own.
When I had my first Thai vacation a few years ago, I was lucky enough to go on a trip with a Thai tour company called Thaksin Tourism.
The company was very friendly, and when we went to Thailand’s main airport to pick up our flight, we found the staff very accommodating.
Since I wasn’t going to be staying at a Thai hostel, I ended up renting a room for two people, so that I wouldn’t have to travel out of the country.
The Thaksi tour guide was so nice and helpful that I ended to go through the entire process of booking a room in Bangkok and paying the hostel directly for my stay.
That was a lot less expensive than I would have been paying for a private room, but still a lot more than the cheapest private room in the city.
Third, you should be prepared for some very strict rules and regulations.
As a Thai, you have to obey almost every Thai law, and there are rules that govern everything from your food to your behaviour.
The rules in Thailand are a little different from many other countries, so there’s no way to get a good overview of how to travel safely or how much to expect in Thailand.
I’ve included some helpful travel tips below for those who are new to Thailand and are planning a trip.
Be aware of the weatherIf you have a big family, you may want to consider using a different air ticket.
The weather is typically a lot nicer in Thailand during summer.
Thai people are also generally very picky about the food they eat, so if you plan to eat Thai food, you probably won’t be eating at the most popular Thai restaurants.
You may also want to avoid ordering Thai food from a tourist hostel in the country, as most of the places that are popular for Thai food are usually the cheapest places to stay.
Don’t buy souvenirsThai culture is also very much about food and family.
If it’s going to get expensive to buy souvenir items like flowers, flowers and food from tourist hostels, then you may be better off purchasing your food in Thailand from a food seller that sells Thai food.
Thailand has a very large and diverse market for Thai cuisine, and you can find Thai food and souvenirs from anywhere in Thailand if you go to one of these restaurants.
Be prepared for a lotOf the time, Thai people will be very pickiest about what you buy and where you buy it.
I have a Thai friend who always orders Thai food in a fancy restaurant, and then buys the same Thai food at a local Thai restaurant.
This is one reason why Thailand is a great destination for international students.
But if you don’t plan to go out much, or have an interest in visiting Thailand for an extended period of time, it may be a great idea to buy some souvenirs.
You can find cheap Thai souvenirs on eBay, or you can get them from a Thai restaurant in