Do you dream of escaping the rat race, packing your bags, and moving abroad to explore foreign lands? If so, this article is for you. Why? Because I’m about to tell you how to live in Bangkok, Thailand, for under $1,200 a month.
The best part?
You’ll live like a king.
Eating delicious meals costing less than one dollar each.
(This Excellent Lunch Of Roast Duck With Rice Cost $0.95)
Staying in full-service (including free WiFi, complimentary breakfast, and daily housekeeping) apartments and condos.
Exploring the city with Bangkok’s ultra-modern train system (a 20-block journey costs $1.50).
And using all your excess money to start generating perpetual wealth through smart investing strategies.
This may sound “far-fetched.” Living a high-end lifestyle (and getting rich) off $1,200 a month does seem a little too good. Doesn’t it? Well, I used to think so too. And luckily, I was wrong.
Enter: Bangkok On A Budget
(The First Financial Guide Of Its Kind)
I make more money (working less hours) in Thailand than I ever did back home. The country’s low-cost of living allows you to bank almost all your earnings. As such, you’re able to save mountains of cash every single month.
In countries like the USA or U.K., you’re forced to deal with money-draining expenses like rent, transportation, and food.
But, in Bangkok these prices are so low that they’re almost an afterthought.
An apartment that would cost $3,500 a month in New York is only $450 here.
Meals worth $7 in the USA are only $1.
And utilities like Internet, electricity, and water are generally free.
A savvy saver can turn this opportunity into his own private goldmine, stacking up cash skyrocketing his wealth without having to sacrifice on any luxuries.
Of course, doing so is easier said than done.
And many travelers attempting this fail miserably.
Because they don’t have a plan.
Until now, no one has ever given them a blueprint for financial success while living abroad.
Realizing this huge need, I’ve created Bangkok On A Budget. It’s a comprehensive guide to living the good life, saving insane amounts of money, and investing your new-found wealth into bigger and better avenues.
Bangkok On A Budget is the first book of its kind, and based entirely off of my real world experiences as an expat and entrepreneur.
Here’s What You’ll Discover
Wondering what this book can offer you? Here’s a sample of what’s inside:
Secret insider tips to renting a fully furnished apartment (with free maid service and complimentary WiFi) for under $500 a month.
How to eat tasty, nutritious meals (Thailand has some of the best food in the world) costing less than $2 each.
Why you should never make small withdrawals from a Thai ATM machine. And how to avoid Bangkok’s insane banking fees.
The best money management advice you’ll find. With detailed tips and tricks on avoiding common spending mistakes that ruin most travelers.
How to hit up bars, go on dates, and enjoy the city’s bustling nightlife without breaking the bank.
Plus plenty more!
If any of these topics even remotely interest you, then you’re sure to love Bangkok On A Budget.
This is a full-length book, teeming with practical, no-nonsense, advice.
Whether you’re already in Thailand, or looking to move there, this book will help. Bangkok On A Budget provides you with all the ins and outs to saving money and prospering financially.
Pick it up, read it, learn something new, and save yourself thousands of dollars as a result.
P.S. Want to see a detailed report on my monthly cost of living? Check out this article.