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Thailand Cost of Living

Thailand Transportation

As wonderful as Thailand is, there are times when you may want to do some traveling to other countries. In close proximity to other Southeast Asian countries like Laos, Burma, Cambodia, Malaysia, Indonesia and…

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Crimes in Thailand

Crimes in Thailand

Living in a foreign country can sometimes be frightening, especially if you pay attention to the news and watch movies. These paint a picture of life in Thailand that most foreigners living in Thailand don’t …

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Hospitals in Thailand

Hospitals in Thailand

If you are looking for a private hospital in Thailand then the following list would be very useful to you. Each province that has a private hospital for expats is listed below with their telephone numbers and websites. See…

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Heathcare for Expats

Heathcare for Expats

Again, the realities of life make it necessary to deal with the health care system in any country you live. In the U.S. and the U.K. both, expectations have become very high when it comes to quality of health care. As…

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Retire in Thailand

Retire in Thailand

New technology, advanced medical care and a more unstable world economy have all resulted in a new definition of retirement. It used to mean “the end of working” (in America, at age 65 people quit working, retired…

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