How Much Money you need for your vacation in Thailand – Price & Budget review #livelovethailand

How Much Money you need for your vacation in Thailand – Price & Budget review #livelovethailand


Planning your vacation to Thailand and having
a wonderful time while visiting the Temples the beautiful islands, the ultimate shopping
malls, the street food, the booming nightlife and last but not least, the pampering massage
shops, you need to figure out the budget, and how much money you have to spend to make
the most of your trip. In this vlog we are going to cover up for
you some of the essential expenses that you may spend while you are spending your vacation
in Thailand, like the transportation the tour prices the shopping, the nightlife massage
prices and much more. So let’s jump in to this vlog and explore
them one by one. The 1st expense that you may pay is the transportation,
and Thailand has all the means of transportation that may vary a lot by price and service. Taxi fare ranges inside the city between 100
to 300 Thai which is around 3 to 12 USD dollars. Always ask for metered taxi to avoid extra
payments. BTS and MRT trains are the most popular and
preferable way of transportations in Bangkok and they are much cheaper and faster than
Taxis and they range between 1 to 3 USD dollar depending on the distance you are Traveling. Now the popular TUKTUKs, for short distance
they are good and fun way and they charge between 2 to 6 USD dollars more than that
consider it a scam. Boat taxi that run through the river channels
of Bangkok are so cheap, they range most of the times less than a dollar. So as you see it’s up to you which way of
transportation to take you have suitable prices for all budgets. Now after transportation you may be concerned
about booking tours and how much they cost. Let’s us give you some of the prices of
the famous tours in Bangkok and Phuket, Like The Grand place and Wat Pho in Bangkok most
visited temples cost around 16 USD Dollars, Wat Arun the temple of down entrance cost
you around 2 USD dollars. A trip to the floating market will cost you
around 18 USD dollars with the taxi and the boat expenses inclusive. Visiting Ocean world in Siam and exploring
the largest aquarium of the aquatic world will cost you around 35 USD dollars. Now concerning Phuket Tours like Phi Phi Island,
James Bond island a package tour will cost you around 40 USD dollars. While a safari tour in Phuket natures may
cost you around 25 USD dollars. As a conclusion the tours in Thailand are
not considered expensive comparing to same quality tours in some surrounding countries
like Singapore or Malaysia so book them and have fun. Many Travel to Thailand to enjoy the shopping
experience in the mega luxury malls, or in the gigantic street shopping districts and
night markets. The price range may vary a lot depending on
where are you shopping and what are you shopping for. For example, you can shop in chatuchak weekend
market or pratunam market and buy your stuff with a range of 1 to 3 USD dollars, or shop
in a luxury Mall like Siam Paragon and start paying for famous brands starting from 50
USD dollars. You
may also go and shop in famous malls like MBK or Platinum fashion mall and find many
affordable items copies and originals which are much cheaper than street markets. So as you see Thailand is a heaven for shopaholic
peoples and the prices are affordable and expensive depending on as we said where you
are shopping in. Night life expenses in Thailand is one of
the essential things that you may pay for while you are enjoying the vibrant booming
night clubs or the famous walking streets. Now concerning the prices there is a huge
range difference depending where you are spending your night. If you are not that much in to partying, you
can have a drink in an outdoor pub or have some good time in some famous walking streets
like Kho san road in Bangkok and the price range of the drinks can be between 3 to 6
USD dollars. But if you are a hard party lover than here
things can go extreme specially in the beer bars night clubs or in some walking streets
like Bangla road in Phuket. You may pay for a vip bottle in a club a 100
USD dollars and up or watch a show with couple of drinks and get a bill more than 50 USD
dollars. Another expensive option is the sky bars where
a drink can range from 30 to 50 USD dollars depending on the view and the popularity of
the bar. All in all, it depends on what kind of nightlife
you are looking for and how much you are prepared to pay. Food like the nightlife can vary much in price
and quality. In Thailand you can have a meal as cheap as
1 USD dollars but that would be in the street food stalls or night popular markets and in
some supermarkets. You have also the food courts in most of the
popular malls that are considered good and cheap and many varieties of local and international
meals the prices can range between 3 to 6 USD dollars. Now the international and popular restaurants
are considered expensive in Thailand, and the prices can be as high as in your homeland
where you can have a meal and pay in a range of 20 to 50 USD dollars, so if you like fancy
food and luxurious restaurant you better than prepared paying the high bills. International fast food prices are almost
same as everywhere where a burger meal can cost you 5 to 7 USD dollars. All in all, if you try all of the above mentioned
choices you will not spend a lot on food but if you stay on international restaurants than
you will. After all the shopping’s the tours and the
nightlife the trip will not be complete without a massage in Thailand. Thailand the land of smiles offers many kind
of massage and most of them are cheap and affordable. The range of massages in Thailand varies between
6 to 15 USD dollars per hour and they vary by quality from shop to shop. So pampering yourself in Thailand will not
cost you a lot and never leave the land of smiles without having some massage sessions. As a conclusion for all we mentioned above
from transportation to shopping food prices tours and nightlife, Thailand offers you many
choices and prices so it’s up to your budget to choose what you pay for. I hope this vlog will be helpful for you to
decide what kind of budget you need in order to fulfill all your desires in Thailand and
make memorable moments without spending a lot. Thank you for watching subscribe for more
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33 thoughts on “How Much Money you need for your vacation in Thailand – Price & Budget review #livelovethailand

  1. Tuk tuks are not good they are a complete scam so please if your gonna do a vid you should be saying avoid tuk tuks at all cost

  2. Amazing good to know and calculate your budget before traveling to avoid extra spending and enjoy to the maximum. Thank for sharing always with us your tips and experience

  3. Now days the Thai Baht is getting stronger against foreign currencies it's around 30 Baht for 1 usd dollars when it was 35 baht in the previous couple of years.
    This is making things more expensive hope it will go back where it was 🙂

  4. interesting advice on planning financials for the holiday
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  5. Dear Sir/Madam
    How much money need for travell Bangkok,Phuket and Krabi with 3* hotel for 6Day 5Night??

  6. Personally and what ever I do, my daily budget per day is $100 US dollars and that I can do a lot of very little. 🙂

  7. You need a lot more money than you think you'll need if you wanna have fun….. this place is amaizing if youre willing to spend.🤣😂🤣😂I love it here

  8. I'll be there in 10 days and budgeted $150.00 per day which includes housing/food/and travel. If that's not enough, I will break out the plastic. Lol

  9. I just got back…
    To stay in medium hotel working on the aussie/baht costs you will spend 5000 baht easily per day so be prepared…it's expensive..especially patong

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