Money in Thailand

Currency rates fluctuate from day-to-day. It is best to consult a currency website to check and up-to-the-minute rates.

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It’s always advisable to travel with money in a variety of forms, cash, and credit or debit cards.

You will find in Thailand that not too many shops and restaurants take credit or debit card, so make sure you bring enough cash with you.

When bringing a substantial amount of cash, it’s best to bring some kind of security wallet that can stay hidden and on your person at all times.

It’s very easy to find an ATM in Thailand as these are everywhere. If you still have the local currency of your country when coming to Thailand. You will find currency exchange counters and ATMs at the airport it’s also very easy to change money near your hotel as there are lots of currency exchange places, in all the main tourist areas, but beware you will pay high transaction fees for withdrawing cash from ATMs and using exchange counters.

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