Tips and Ways on How To Save When Traveling in Thailand

By | September 28, 2016

Thailand is the most popular destination in Southeast Asia. Millions of travelers from all over the world visit this beautiful country which is renowned for its hospitality, Buddhist temples and breathtaking natural beauty. Thailand has something to offer to everyone irrespective what your tastes are. When traveling in Thailand on a budget, there are various ways you can save while enjoying your time fullest.

Ways to Save Money During Your Tour in Thailand

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Accommodation

For you to save when traveling in Thailand, you must be choosy and deliberate when it comes to deciding for accommodation. Wherever you go, you will find multiple choices of accommodations – from pricey hotels and resorts to budget-friendly inns and hostels. Choose to stay in a hostel instead of rooms in 5-star hotels and resorts. Private homes and vacation rentals are also an excellent choice if you’re with family or friends. You can stay in a bed & breakfast hotel, and save a considerable amount of money during your holiday.
Book your accommodation well ahead to get the best price. During peak seasons, most of the hotels increase their tariff, so it’s better to reserve your space in advance.

Food and Drinks

During your Thailand tour, you will have plenty of options for dining; ranging from exclusive restaurants to street-side food stalls. So instead of wasting too much money on meals at hi-fi restaurants, eat at food stalls or buy it from local food vendors. However, avoid taking unhygienic food, because it may cause of some health problem that may spoil your whole trip. If you live in a vacation rental, prepare your meals on your own to save a good amount of money.

Off-peak Season Tour

For those who want to save money, the best time to visit Thailand would be during the off-peak months of April, May, June, September, and October. You will not only save money on air fare, but you will save money on accommodation. During off-peak season, discounted rooms are widely available. Even in the peak season, you can get a good deal if you avoid the regular tourist spots like Bangkok, Chiang Mai, and Phuket.

Conclusion

For your tour in Thailand, you really do not have to spend everything just paying for expensive hotels. Evaluate various alternatives at your disposal as you may be spending too much yet missing a lot.