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My Thailand Trip Update

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This post has been long overdue. But it is here as promised. 🙂 Thailand is a popular tourist spot and I have seen many internet entrepreneurs visited Thailand and spent a long period of time there. I wonder what is it about Thailand that makes it such an attractive tourist spot and why so many internet entrepreneurs prefer to visit Thailand? I will never know the answers unless I visit Thailand myself and here are the answers.

1. Great Culture

This is my first visit to Thailand and I love the culture over there. The culture is so much different from Singapore and it is a change that I enjoy. I love the food over there and there are many varieties of food that are delicious and affordable. More on that later.

I also took the Tuk Tuk (a type of transport that seems like a cross between a rickshaw and a motor bike) in Thailand and it is a new experience for me. You do have to haggle the price with the driver before boarding it and sometimes it can be a little frustrating. However, It is a different and fun experience that I will never get to experience in Singapore.

There are also many markets at Thailand which are fun to tour and they sell everything that you need. Chatuchak (weekend market) sells everything that you need, ranging from clothes, food, cutleries and life size statues of animals. It seems like you can find anything that you need over there.

tuk tuk at thailand

Tuk Tuk

2. The Fantaliscious Food

Dieting is something that you can forget all about it when you are in Thailand. There are so many roadside stalls that sell foods that seem delicious. The price of the food is affordable and I even paid just 40 cents (SGD) for a drumstick.

There are also foods that I can’t find in Singapore (or I didn’t know) such as coconut ice cream and a huge selection of street fares that I never seen before.

Here are some pictures:

Coconut Ice Cream Fiesta

Coconut Ice Cream Fiesta

Sticky Rice With Mango and Coconut

Sticky Rice With Mango and Coconut - I can eat this whole day long!

Coconut crepe

Coconut crepe

coconut ice cream

Coconut ice cream

3. Infrastructure

The transport system in Thailand is good and I didn’t experience the “sardine effect” compared to the transport system in Singapore.

Note: Sardine effect = humans squeezed together in the train.

Many cafes have wifi and the hotel that I stayed in have decent wifi speed. I don’t really have to worry about not being able to find a connection to work on my blog and websites.

4. Cost

The cost of living in Thailand is affordable. You can easily settle a meal with just 100 baht ($4 SGD) or less if you prefer the roadside stalls (20 bath for a plate of rice which equals to $0.80). As what I had written earlier, I had a drumstick for just $0.40 cents. The massage costs just $8 for an hour. In Singapore, it costs around $40 for an hour.

I searched for a service apartment in Thailand and I found that you could have a studio apartment located at the central district for only $500 – $600 USD per month.

More Photos

Huge Peas

Huge Peas

 

Me at Floating Market

Me at Floating Market

Shops at Floating Market

Shops at Floating Market

Food stalls by the river

Food stalls by the river

Floating Market

Floating Market

Cobra Show - Me with Python

Cobra Show - Me with Python

Cooling down at Chatuchak Market

Cooling down at Chatuchak Market

Merry Merry

Happy Merry Time

Conclusion

I had a fun trip to Thailand and I think it is a great tourist destination. This is definitely not my last time visiting there. In fact, I am planning to see whether if I can stay there for 3 weeks to a month to experience their culture. In order to do this, I need to work hard to increase my passive income through my niche sites and other products. I’m inspired to make it happen now and this is why rewards are important when you are trying to achieve your goals.

If that happens, I will update over here at HMS again. Remember to visit HMS Facebook page to receive the latest updates and be part of the HMS community. I will talk to you soon again. 🙂

 

Cheers,
Vincent


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8 Responses to “My Thailand Trip Update”

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  2. Thailand looks like an awesome place to visit and I love the food there. How long did you keep that python around you neck?
    Justin | Mazzastick´s last blog post ..How To Be A Healthy Being

  3. David says:

    If you love the cost of living in Thailand, have you been to taiwan. Love the “Wen” “Quan”. Easily breakfast less then $4 Singapore. And the transport is measly cents compare to Singapore. I plan to stay there and export my swimming business there. Hopefully can live there for a month or so.
    Btw mind if I check with you about IM or blogging? I am a member of Yaro Starak recently got my new blog up. Planning to get it filled with Pillar Content but it is abit hard as I need to check past charts with post ideas. Ok I’m lazy and I run a profitable one man business. I can’t seem to get ahead.
    What you reckon?

    Regards
    David´s last blog post ..Who Moves the Market and How You can Benefit from It. (Part 1 of 4)

    • Vincent says:

      Hey David,

      I have been to Taiwan and I love the place too. I think the cost of living in Taiwan is a bit higher as compared to Thailand but I love the place too. The wen quan is awesome and my first experience with wen quan was in Taiwan.

      Regarding about your question, I think right now you have a decent website but you will need to have much more content that your readers will find helpful.

      Think customer service first.

      What would your customer/reader will want to read more about at your blog? It seems like your blog is about Forext tradin and also IM. It will be interesting if you are able to share with others your success stories on how you earn money with trading.

      You can also come out with articles such as “7 Biggest Mistakes I made In Forex Trading – And How You Can Avoid It”. These are pillar content that readers will love to read in my opinion.

      If you have any other questions, feel free to drop me a mail or post a wall update at HMS Facebook Page and I would do my best to help.

      Thanks for the comment David and I love to hear your update soon.

      Cheers,
      Vincent

  4. Rather helpful thanks, It is my opinion your current audience may very well want further items like this keep up the excellent effort.

    • Vincent says:

      Thanks for the feedback Gabriel. If the readers like this type of posts, I would add more similar posts like this to HMS. Once again thanks for your feedback..

      Cheers,
      Vincent

  5. Clayton says:

    Hi Vincent,

    Looks like you went to Bangkok? I like that place, but I think Chiang Mai is a bit more affordable (at least in terms of apartments).

    I see you went to Chatuchak market too. That place is huge. I got lost there a few times…

    I didn’t go to the Python show, though. I guess you’re braver than me 🙂
    Clayton´s last blog post ..Are You Down for a Challenge?

    • Vincent says:

      Hey Clayton

      Chatuchak is huge! i was lost for a couple of times too and the map doesn’t seems to help much. Or maybe I’m not too good with directions haha.

      Cheers,
      Vincent