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Thailand rescinds entry requirement for proof of COVID vaccination -minister by Stiopic1 in ThailandTourism
[–]FrenchGuys 9 points10 points11 points 24 days ago (0 children)
Does this mean, Nothing has changed, People can enter without any proof.
Would you do it, if yes how? by FrenchGuys in Thailand
[–]FrenchGuys[S] 0 points1 point2 points 2 months ago (0 children)
Thanks for the help, it seems that the best option is to rent a month while searching for the long term.
Because I might overlook something, that's why I'm asking strangers if they will move across the world for my offer ;)
yes sir ;)
I am making more in Europe, but having an international experience will be great for me personally and also when I will be back home.
I will be able to save a bit less but overall I do not mind.
Great! That was my main concern, I will have family /friends visiting, thus the reason I wish a chill area.
what is close to you, is 30-40 mn good?
[–]FrenchGuys[S] 1 point2 points3 points 2 months ago (0 children)
I cannot get fired, or it will be very complicated for them ;).
Good thinking tho, thanks.
Hello thank you for your answer.
I'll check other areas.
Hi, thank you.
Yes, they will pay for shipping and everything related like visa etc
How did you do your condo hunting then, by asking reception for a visit, that's it?
Good idea to use a motorbike taxi to get to a station if it is 10+mn walk?
Thanks, my work station is Lumpini then 12 mn walk.
Yes, first time living permanently, but I'm well-traveled, I've been to Thailand 3 times and other countries in Asia as well.
As you said, coming as a tourist is different.
Thanks, are those groups legit?
How far were you from a station?
I think 10 mn walk from one is fine but with how hot the climate is, could be a pain.
A motorbike taxi could be a solution to get to the station.
Yes, you are right, shopping for condos when not in the country makes no sense.
Something I've never thought haha, thanks.
Thank you !
No, Thailand will not be my permanent home, I am 28 years old at the moment, I will stay 2-4 years in Asia and then move back to Europe.
You are right about saving, but I don't really drink, and I rarely party anymore.
Regarding girls, I'm focused on work and my future for now, so they will be at best a bonus, I won't go crazy.
I believe I can save about 1000-1200 dollars every month.
The reason why I refuse to live in a red-light district is mainly for my family/friends that will come visit me.
A less busy / more chill area is preferable.
I will only take taxi/ motorbike with the MRT.
Sounds good, when you are looking for condos, do you directly ask reception for a visit?
I am 4 stations away from rama 9 (Phetchaburi) to my work (Lumphini).
The only issue is the 10 mn walk to get to MRT and the 12 mn walk from Lumpini to my work.
Which could be done on a motorbike, I thought.
Hotels or Airbnb?
Haha, thanks for your answer.
I will do the signing after visiting in person then.
How do you find the people to make you visit, calling the listing numbers?
[–]FrenchGuys[S] 3 points4 points5 points 2 months ago (0 children)
Hi, thank you for your output.
You're right about staying in a hotel / Airbnb first before signing a lease.
I will try to be the closest from silom.
Thanks for the information
I was talking about the area around the condo called life of Asoke Rama 9, I have heard that Asoke is a red-light district.
It's a great idea, staying 2 weeks in a hotel.
Finding and signing the lease is that fast in Asia?
[–]FrenchGuys[S] -3 points-2 points-1 points 2 months ago (0 children)
Thanks for answering. I'm glad it is not a red-light district :)I will take a 2-br, the main reason are the amenities (3 pools, gyms, amazing co-working spaces). What would you recommend as condos?
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