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So we’ve covered the basic monthly expenses for living in the Land of Smiles and some surprising money sucks, now we’re on to how to save money in Thailand.
While most things are very cheap, there are a few little ways to still cut corners and save a couple baht. None of the ideas below are going to help you significantly save (and depending on your budget, may not even be worth the bother), but when you can buy things for as little as 5 baht, then every bit counts! Here are seven little ways to save money traveling in Thailand.
What am I missing? What have you done to cut corners and save in Thailand? Let me know in the comments.
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