‘Don’t do it’: Expats reveal surprising advice for moving to Thailand


Bureaucracy and administration are a necessary evil faced by British expats moving overseas.

Thailand is no exception. One expat said: “Use legal firms for visa applications.”

Experts including lawyers can help expats understand the legal requirements for living in Thailand.

The expat added: “Travel via coaches, plane or train in the countryside. Taxis are fine in Bangkok etc. but use meter only.”

In some cases, expats or tourists can end up being overcharged if the taxi isn’t operated with a meter.


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