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BANGKOK 14 November 2018 01:05

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So after lived 8 years in the west I decided to go back to Bangkok for a 1 week

holiday(traded my ex in for a younger model):smile:

So how much spending money I need for just 1 week the hotel is paid for

just for food and transport of course I do eat farang food some times

I do not smoke but I drink a little here  I drink red wine but I do not mind

drinking some of the Thai beers so what is a reasonable amount for

one week spending money I do not go to night clubs she eats of course 

Thai food I am going at the end of June pls advise me

Please just advice no bickering

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i think the prices in thai baht hasnt moved much,

so its much as it was 8 years ago,

but your exchange rate has changed

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So how much do I need for just 1 week ? I lived in Thailand for a few years but never in Bangkok

Give me a figure

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what do you mean poor bait I just ask an honest question you expect me to post a picture of the girl I meet?

 

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4 minutes ago, KhunBENQ said:

Such questions appear again and again.

And again it's so hard to answer.

It would be much easier if you give an idea about your budget and learn what you get for it.

"farang food" can cost 500 Baht a day or 5000.

A fancy dinner for two can cost 2000 or you go to Lebusa and pay 20000.

A glas of simple red wine (not everyone would call it red wine) at happy hour can cost 100 Baht.

Chateau de Cost maybe four digits a glas.

 

You can decently get through the day with 1000 Baht per person.

But this really excludes any escapes (500 Baht for a visit to the Grand Palace!).

I would need more because it might nip one of those 180 Baht Thai beers with a view instead of paying 80 :biggrin:

2000 per day and person should do it.

Thanks at least an honest answer I have about 40.000baht I can spend in one week I just wonder if that is enough

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4 minutes ago, KhunBENQ said:

40000 Baht for 7 days, 2 persons.

About 5700 a day.

Sound like you don't have to suffer :smile:

Still possible to waste but allows for some fun.

 

Of course your "younger model" might be attracted by the luxury shopping in Bangkok.

It's insane and 40000 could be spent in an instant.

Declare Siam Paragon and Central Embassy as no go zones :biggrin:

she does not spend money at all yes she lives in Bangkok but we stay near Suvarnabhumi

 

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3 minutes ago, chickenslegs said:

Sounds like a keeper. Any sisters?

yes one younger sister my friend is 39 the sister I don't know but younger

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Just bring a lota money, should be enough,do you really need to

ask ?

Regards Worgeordie

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Have you already, you know....boom boom with the superModel ?     That would give us a better scope and we could allot a fairer budget sanction !

 

If the answer is No on the other hand, no restaurants, only places where you must eat standing up and that's it...until, you know....:crazy:

 

No offence, just protecting your interests Dear Sir !!

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For just food and drink and getting about for 1 week.

 

20k baht

 

 

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Allow $100 a day providing you are not doing short times and special massages.2people double that should see you change at the end of the holiday

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