Moving to Bangkok: cost of living, pros and cons

Moving to Bangkok: cost of living, pros and cons

Do you intend to live abroad in another country? Do you like Bangkok and Thailand’s fascinating culture? Nearly 30 million tourists visited this enormous city, which is home to more than 8 million people, in 2015. Medical travel is a lucrative sector since Bangkok's facilities are well-known and less expensive than those in Western countries. Bangkok serves as Thailand's financial center and is where the bulk of Thai banks are headquartered. Want to learn more about this location before considering moving away? SIAM Relocation gives you all the resources you need.

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Guide to expat job in Thailand

Guide to expat job in Thailand

Thailand is such a nice place to live that naturally there are many people who do not want to wait until they retire to move here. However, the labor market is not completely open to foreigners. Working in Thailand legally as an expatriate needs a work permit, correct visas, and the Thai government placed restrictions on the types of jobs available to foreigners. Well, when you look for lists of jobs, everything you see who specifies Thai national “does not do so because the employer is racist, but rather because the legal requirements for a work permit will not be met by this job. In Thailand, which requires maternal language skills, such as teaching English, they are the easiest to find, however, there is a wide range of expatriate jobs if you know where to look.

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international schools in Thailand

international schools in Thailand

Settle down in Thailand with children means that you go to have to find them a school. The first decision which you have to take is to know which type of school to put them. You can choose between private schools with a bilingual or English program (let us call these “bilingual schools”), either you could choose a real international school.

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