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Hello Everyone,
I'm just retired at age 49 and was wondering how much money a person would need monthly to live comfortably there.
If my retirement was 3000 US dollars a month, could a person live on that there?
Thanks, Bill

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  • Mathias Hennion

    posted by  in Thailand forum 

    I finished my studies a few years ago, i work as electrician, but i would like to work in a hotel or a restaurant if possible.
    Yes i am still planing on living in Khon Kaen or Phuket maybe, i miss Thailand so much.
    I also have a manager certificate, so maybe if i have enough money i can start my own company.
    If you have some info about foreigners working in Thailand, you may share it with me any time.
    Greetz
    Mathias

  • posted by  in Thailand forum 

    how about u ?,and still plan go to khonkaen or not
    sorry i not go here so long.. what r u study or job u can do?

    hope keep in touch
    kanya

  • Mathias Hennion

    posted by  in Thailand forum 

    Hi Kanya, i am planning on living and working in Khon Kaen in a few years, the only problem is that i am not sure that i can get a job over there as a foreigner, and i need a job to get a work permit from the Thai gouvernment, so maybe you know some foreign people in Khon Kaen who made it possible to live and work in Thailand, if you can give me some more info, please let me know :-)

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    posted by  Abraham Dasilva in Thailand forum 

    I want to have information of some good football agents in Thailand as i am the owner of a footballteam and working seriouslyisn the footballl fields in Ghana/Cameroun/Cote Divoire,tournaments can also be organized even partnership where football teams could also come and visit my community.

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  • posted by  in Thailand forum 

    Hello Bill
    I think you can live very comfortable in Chiang-rai with your retirenent.in here you can spend about 1000 us a month and have some land for sale not far from the town.I and my husband plan to move to live there after he's retire too.if you need some advice so I can help you.
    Ploy ( [...])

  • posted by  in Thailand forum 

    u can live with 3000us at here becoz in khonkaen 've many comfoetable and 've many way that u can go esy

    kanya
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