Transportation and shopping tips in Thailand

Taxis and Tuk Tuk become the means of transportation that you will often encounter while in Thailand. For the sake of convenience, you should use a taxi that uses the meter. If forced to use a taxi that does not use the meter, you should do bargain price at the beginning. Make sure there is an agreement before you ride it. It is because if not, maybe you will be charged a price higher than the normal price. Meanwhile, you may want to check out Keemala Resort in Phuket as well.

Similarly when you want to use Tuk Tuk. Tuk Tuk is a typical Thai transportation that looks like a Bajaj in Indonesia. Make a pricing deal at the beginning so you know exactly the rate to be paid. You can ask the Thais about the Tuk Tuk tariff for a certain distance to get the picture.

Shop at Market

Of course, you want to get cheap goods while in Thailand. Not only for personal collections but also as souvenirs to take home. To get the price of cheap goods, you should shop in the markets. Do not forget to bargain for you to get a really cheap price. Some of the markets you must visit include the Chiang Mai night bazaar, the Chatuchak weekend market in Bangkok, and the Tha Kha floating market located near Samut Songkhram.

ATM and Money Changer

No need to worry about the existence of ATM and Money Changer. You can find it easily in Thailand. Upon arrival at Thailand airport, you will soon find some ATMs and Money Changer. You can immediately withdraw cash or exchange money once you arrive at the airport before embarking on a holiday trip in Thailand.