Thai Bath Exchange Rate Thailand


Even if many people mean they must exchange money with their domestic bank for a vacation trip to Thailand, we recommend: leave it.
The exchange rates for the Thai currency Bath are substantially worse in Europe
and other countries than locally in Thailand.
While You arrive at the international airport Suvarnabhumi in Bangkok you will find innumerable bank branches,where You can exchange money for Your first days.

thai-baht.jpg
A few tips for Your security:
* big amounts of cash belongs to the hotel safe and not to the pockets of Your trouser !
* While Your exchanging Your money, ask for some small change,
because mostly You will receive just 1000.- Bath notes,
Taxi and Tuk Tuk drivers have only small change.
* Don´t let people look into Your wallet.
Not everbody have to know, how much cash You carry with Yourself .

8 Responses to “Thai Bath Exchange Rate Thailand”

  1. [...] like ours. Maybe not ! We can tell You that a model shooting costs us about 5.000 – 10.000.- Thai Baht. The money which is incoming via advertisment is not even enough to buy a paket of instant noodles. [...]

  2. [...] much he would charge for the beauty. To make it short, we bought the Dendrobium Samurai for 120.- Thai Baht. Flower size without the “antennas”: about 3 [...]

  3. [...] senile orchid and a Macro Lens. The Thailand Art Photography project couldn??t even spent 30 Thai Baht, because of our mean and penny-pinching vistors, to buy the [...]

  4. [...] Her Majesty Queen Sirikit of Thailand was born at 12.08.1932 in Bangkok , Thailand. While she studied at a music academy in Paris, Queen Sirikit met His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej, who had ascended to the throne at that time and was studying in Switzerland. At 28.04.1950 His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej married Queen Sirikit and they became a dream couple in the fiftieth. Both the King and the Queen are big supporters for any kind of botany, while The King is more involved in agricultural projects, his wife Queen Sirikit is supporting the research and conservation of the plants of Thailand and is one of the biggest supporters of Orchidaceae (Orchids) in Thailand. Under their Majesties reign Thailand became one of the top exporters of orchids in the world, with an annual volume of more than 2 Billion Thai Baht. [...]

  5. [...] or equal. Prices are charged by the hour and while in non-touristic areas, the price is about 20 Thai Baht / Hour, in touristic areas You´ll have to pay about 60 – 80 Thai Baht / Hour. Like in all [...]

  6. [...] we saw pickup trucks packed with orchids stolen from the nature, which will be sold for a very few Thai Baht. To stop the destruction of the phenomenally biodiversity conservation projects have been founded. [...]

Leave a Reply

(required)

(required)

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>

© 2012 thai-eyes Suffusion WordPress theme by Sayontan Sinha