Seven Place Executive Residences

988 Sukhumvit 71 Rd, Klongton nue, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand
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Exchange rates for INR to TBH

by traveller82_80

Should I carry converted INR(Indian Rupee) to TBH from my country and take it along or convert all INR to USD and convert it into TBH in BKK?

Any help wud be appreciated.

Re: Exchange rates for INR to TBH

by johnaalex

Covert your Rupee to Baht when you get to Thailand. Rates vary on a daily basis but all the Banks clearly display the rates for that day. They are also published in the Newspapers such as the Bangkok Post and The Nation.

Regards

John

Re: Exchange rates for INR to TBH

by ter1413

Agree with ^^^. No need to convert back home. Wait until you get to Thailand.

Re: Exchange rates for INR to TBH

by johnaalex

@Sojourner46 - Most Thai Banks charge 150THB per ATM transaction irrespective of the amount withdrawn. This plus other possible Bank charges mean that ATM's in Thailand are NOT the best option.

Regards

John

Re: Exchange rates for INR to TBH

by Curt1591

There are also AEON ATMs. They're a little hard to spot, but they don't charge any fee.

Traveling with a wad of cash might not be the most prudent idea.

Traveler's checks or ATMs are probably the safest way to carry/access money. If the issuer of the TCs doesn't charge, there will only be a 33 baht per check charge at the Thai end.

In ant case, make exchanges here, and exchange INR to THB.

Current rates: http://bankexchangerates.daytodaydata.net/default.aspx

If you do carry cash, Super Rich will give the best rate. Unfortunately, they deal only in currency.

Re: Exchange rates for INR to TBH

by johnaalex

I was aware that some Banks are better than others, my point was that it is worth checking the situation first as it is not as straight forward as perhaps we would like. Also unless you are dealing in big sums a bhat here and there maybe worth the extra convenience and security.

Regards

John

Re: Exchange rates for INR to TBH

by Curt1591

Most tourist complaints over the 150 baht charge crack me up. Most will waste more than that on their first meal!

Re: Exchange rates for INR to TBH

by johnaalex

Oh yes indeed - there are many ways unwary tourists will say goodbye to 150 and still feel like they have done a good deal!

Re: Exchange rates for INR to TBH

by rbonline

I feel USD is widely accepted and exchanged instantly

Re: Exchange rates for INR to TBH

by johnaalex

@ rbonline. That is the case for all major currencies in Thailand and most countries.

Re: Exchange rates for INR to TBH

by Curt1591

Although foreign currencies are "accepted", most are only accepted at exchange booths. At least in Thailand, very few retail operations will honor foreign currency. The few that do will, most often, give a lousy rate.

Travel Tips for Bangkok

Bangkok

by HeidiR

When I first arrived in Bangkok it wasa bit of a cultureshock, thought it wasn't going to be anice holiday, so humid, so builtup. After 2 weekstravelling round Thailand we returned to Bangkok and it seemed alot nicer and alot more exciting. We found good shops to buy things. Ko sin road (spelt wrong) seemed so much more friendly and we were willing to try new things Thai massages are fantastic, cant remember the price but I think about 3 pounds for 1 hr, thats nothing.

The picture featured in this section was the floating market, you can buy bread here and feed the fish in the river.

We also visited the Palace

Bangkok is the main stop over...

by l_joo

Bangkok is the main stop over for most tourists. Here are some of my latest updated bus fares for you:

Bkk-Haadyai 500b

Bkk-Siem Reap 200b

Bkk-Ko Samui 400b

Bkk-ChiangMai 300b

Bkk-ChiangRai 350b

Bkk-Airport 60b

Bangkok's Official Bus Fares My Khao San Road momory. What is Khao San Road? This is a road name in Bangkok you wouldn't want to miss if you are a budget tourist or backpacker. If you are here in Bangkok, take a big red bus No.53, pay about 50 cents, tell the conductor to stop you at Khao San Road. Okay now, what you have in Khao San Road? here you can get whatever informations about budget travels, internet cafes, visa arrangement, group trips, jungle tracking trips, bungy jumping, waterfalls, air tickets to the whole world, boat tickets, bus ticket to everywhere including Laos, Cambodia, Malaysia and hopefully Myanmar. Also you can shop until you broke, buy a backpack as cheap as 600baht of size 65 with any brand names you like, try at least 50 different guesthouses, massages, cafes, restaurants and whatever related to budget travels and at night this place is like a backpackers' playground full of activities and international tourist cultures.

Little things to keep in mind in Thailand

by LoveFamilyTime

Just a couple of quick ones. Never touch a Thai on the top of their head - it is a huge insult. Also, even though the Royal Family in Thailand is almost invisible (unlike Britain) the Thais revere the King and Queen. NEVER deface anything with their image - do not even step on a coin. Seriously, it could put you in jail or fined. The Thais are the nicest people in the world, this is just one little thing that really bothers them.

Smiling welcoming people

by SirRichard

Thai people are nice, friendly and (almost) always smiling. They are really kind, as I could see after meeting some VT members from Bangkok.
In the pic you can see me with Winston the day after I arrived.

Packing List

by depresno

I would try to avoid taking just about what you need to get there........ Everything is so cheap (at least for europeans) that its much cheaper to buy there anyway! Resort I recommend you to bring money, passport and toothbrush.

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