Make Your Thailand Vacation Both Affordable and Unforgettable
Trying to plan your trip to Thailand but aren’t sure where to start? A successful trip to Thailand takes more than a packing list. Sure, shorts, t-shirts, your passport, and your favorite book are all necessary.
But what about discounted airline tickets and hotels? What about low fees on money exchanges? What about saving while indulging in the wide array of food that Thailand offers?
If you really want to make the most out of your vacation to Thailand, then you’ll need a guide that picks up where your packing list leaves off.
With The Insider’s Guide to Traveling to Thailand: How to Save Money and Avoid Being Scammed While Spending Your Vacation in the Land of Smiles, you’ll discover strategies that you can use to save money while embarking on the journey of a lifetime.
In this guide, you’ll find out how to:
Cut Your Flight Ticket by Over 40%: You don’t need to pay over $900 for a roundtrip ticket from USA to Bangkok anymore. There’s a way to buy it for less than $600. And we are not talking about budget airlines here, but full-service top of the class flights. As an added bonus, we show you an easy way to make money while traveling and we show you how to get the most out of frequent flyer miles.
Get Over 70% Discounts on Hotels: Think TripAdvisor posts the best rates for a hotel? Think again. You’ll discover how to land secret deals that’ll decrease your hotel fees by over 70%.
Get the Best Exchange Rate: Getting the best exchange rates can seem daunting. But it’s possible to avoid high bank, ATM, and credit cards company fees when exchanging money. This guide will show you exactly where to go to exchange $1,000 for as low as $.70 cents.
Avoid Scamming Taxis at the Airport and Save on Transportation: Learn how to use the same strategies locals use and get a massive discounts everywhere you go. This guide reveals how to save money on airport transfers, deal with taxi scams, and get the most out of public transportation, both inside and outside of Bangkok.
Eat Cheap Yet Delicious Food: The streets of Bangkok aren’t the only places where you can find cheap food. You’ll find out the difference between various eateries and how to get great discounts at authentic Thai restaurants that the average tourist never hears about.
Maximize Your Visa: You may or may not need a visa to visit Thailand. But if you want to extend your stay in Thailand, you’ll discover the necessary steps to do so, tips on preparing your documents, and which embassies to go to for the most convenient process. You’ll also find out how to stay in Thailand for up to nine months on a single tourist visa.
And much more!
Purchase a copy of this guide now to take advantage of all money saving-strategies for your upcoming trip in Thailand.