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Bangkok increases in popularity amongst expats


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21 minutes ago, Pravda said:

You could have said that pre covid, unfortunately prices back home, be it UK, USA, Canada, Australia are through the roof. Inflation is really insane which is why Bangkok as metropolis must appeal to a lot of expats.

 

Was checking the price of property I bought in Toronto next to nothing in 2010 and I just realized I'm a millionaire.

Congratulations.

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2 minutes ago, thaibook said:

Congratulations.

 

Great if I was staying here I guess, but I'm going back home and now have no money to upgrade. The place is quite small.

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1 hour ago, edwarda909 said:

Take away the beautiful women selling sex  cheaply and lax (no) government policy stopping it, and BKK wouldn't make the top 100. Don't have to be a genius to figure that out

Of course, every expat familly enjoys Bangkok only because of ptostitutes like you do.... No you are not a genius by the way...

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I use to live in Bangkok and now Pattaya.

I like both and miss some things about BKK in fact am looking at some rentals

for next year.  Having a place in both cities would be nice.

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The most visited city anywhere in the (pre-pandemic) world…without the visitors! The last 18 months here have been fantastic. 
Can understand the positive survey results. 

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More power to all, personally I prefer a smaller city and after traveling around Thailand, while I found a few cities where I think I could live comfortably in retirement, Chiang Mai got the nod. Happy here for over a decade now. International level medical care availability was a major consideration.

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