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updated on Aug 16 2020 | 20:43

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Change money in Thailand
Many tourists take cash (Euro) with them to Thailand and change it there into the Thai currency "Baht". "BHT" or "THB"
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You can either withdraw money with your credit card or change your euros at one of the countless exchange offices.

There are banknotes 1000, 500, 100, 50 and 20 BHT.
There are coins 10, 5 and 1 BHT.
There are smaller coins called "Satang" than 50 and 25.

e.g. 1 USD = 30.95 THB

As everywhere in the world, the worst exchange rate is for you at shady street vendors. Only with a lot of luck will you get exchanged for real money. The second worst option is to exchange your money for Thai money in Germany / Europe. You lose a lot of money there because you get a lot less THB for your euros. Hotels in Thailand also offer a poor exchange rate. But this is rare because it is rarely used by someone. The exchange offices at the airport are also bad. The courses there are always very bad. There are usually 1-2 good exchange offices at airports, but these are usually a bit hidden on the ground floor, or where usually no tourists go by. Therefore, exchange offices or ATMs at the airport are only suitable for the money you need for a taxi.

The most popular exchange offices because they are free of charge and with a good exchange rate are:
1st place: T.T. Currency Exchange (yellow)
2nd place: Siam Commercial Bank (purple)

passport
To change money you have to show your passport at the counter.
A copy will be made. As a rule, you do not have to show your original passport but can provide a copy of it yourself.

Instead of an exchange office, you can also use a credit card to withdraw cash. Because for many, it is too risky to carry around a large amount of cash.
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Change money in Thailand
updated
Aug 16 2020
| 20:43
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Aug 07, 2020
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updated on Aug 16 2020 | 20:43

Aug 07, 2020
+
Change money in Thailand
Many tourists take cash (Euro) with them to Thailand and change it there into the Thai currency "Baht". "BHT" or "THB"
[thailand-faq.com]
www.ttexchange.com/exchange-rate
/ thailand-faq.com
You can either withdraw money with your credit card or change your euros at one of the countless exchange offices.

There are banknotes 1000, 500, 100, 50 and 20 BHT.
There are coins 10, 5 and 1 BHT.
There are smaller coins called "Satang" than 50 and 25.

e.g. 1 USD = 30.95 THB

As everywhere in the world, the worst exchange rate is for you at shady street vendors. Only with a lot of luck will you get exchanged for real money. The second worst option is to exchange your money for Thai money in Germany / Europe. You lose a lot of money there because you get a lot less THB for your euros. Hotels in Thailand also offer a poor exchange rate. But this is rare because it is rarely used by someone. The exchange offices at the airport are also bad. The courses there are always very bad. There are usually 1-2 good exchange offices at airports, but these are usually a bit hidden on the ground floor, or where usually no tourists go by. Therefore, exchange offices or ATMs at the airport are only suitable for the money you need for a taxi.

The most popular exchange offices because they are free of charge and with a good exchange rate are:
1st place: T.T. Currency Exchange (yellow)
2nd place: Siam Commercial Bank (purple)

passport
To change money you have to show your passport at the counter.
A copy will be made. As a rule, you do not have to show your original passport but can provide a copy of it yourself.

Instead of an exchange office, you can also use a credit card to withdraw cash. Because for many, it is too risky to carry around a large amount of cash. Change money in Thailand

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