In this blog post, I document my 24 Days Complete Thailand Spending Breakdown.

 

Thailand Spending

Thailand Spending

 

24 Days Thailand Spending Breakdown

  • Taxi – $39.20 CAD (980 Baht)
  • Uber – $48.05 CAD (1,201.32 Baht)
  • Food – $134.20 CAD (3,355 Baht)
  • Airport Shuttle – $7.20 CAD (180 Baht)
  • Contact Lense Solution – $3.44 CAD (86 Baht)
  • ATM Fee – $26 CAD
  • Water – $4.16 CAD (104 Baht)
  • Train – $7.80 CAD (195 Baht)
  • Mana co-working space – $24.4 CAD (610 Baht)
  • Air Bnb – $312 CAD (7,800 Baht)
  • Go Gym Drop-in – $16.80 CAD (420 Baht)
  • SIM Card – $10.50 CAD (262.5 Baht)
  • Washroom – $0.20 CAD (5 Baht)
  • Air Asia from Bangkok to Chiang Mai – $70.25 CAD (1756.30 Baht)
  • Hostel (Bangkok and Chiang Mai) – $61.29 CAD
  • Toilet paper roll – $1.28 CAD (32 Baht)
  • Thai Postmail – $7.92 CAD (198 Baht)

Total Thailand spending: $774.69 CAD (19,367.25 Baht)

Total Thailand spending without flight: $674.44 CAD (16,861 Baht)

Average daily Thailand spending: $32.28 CAD (806.97 Baht)

Average daily Thailand spending without flight: $28.10 CAD (702.54 Baht)

 

Thailand Spending

 

When I travelled to Thailand, I can’t say I was doing my best to be very budget friendly. Regardless, I am pleasantly surprised to see that my Thailand spending for my 24 days in the country was still quite good! To me, this is an indicator that living in Thailand for part of the year is an excellent idea. (Especially to escape the cold winters in Canada)

I found the internet in Thailand to be very fast and access to gyms and malls was also quite easy. Leaving Thailand made me feel sad and I look forward to returning to this country in the future!

 

Thailand Spending

 

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