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Travelling in Thailand by bus is getting more organised.
Rather than just rocking up at the bus stop in the hope they will have space to fit you on, you can now book tickets in advance for most of South East Asia using . Uber is hand’s down the best way to get around cities, the price is locked in on the app so you can’t get ripped off and it will always work out cheaper than travelling by taxi or rickshaw. But you have to be persistent and make sure the locals understand where you need to go or you will end up getting dropped at a bus station.
Whether booking your trip in advance or winging it with a backpack and travelling alone (which you likely won’t be for long), moving around Thailand is a piece of piss.
There are lots of international ATMs but many of these, charge pretty insane withdrawal fees so it’s advisable to avoid small ATM transactions and get out a bunch of cash at once – just make sure you hide it well.Purple monkey is cool too, the pool is a little run down but they make delicious caesars!You could also try Couchsurfing while backpacking in Thailand.Check out the Travelex cash card – it’s usually the best value way of getting money out of ATMs.
You should always have some emergency cash hidden on you and I’ve written an entire post on the best places to hide your money.
Thailand caters for most budgets; you can find dirt cheap guesthouses and hotel suites costing thousands of dollars a night right next to each other.