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Welcome to the InterNations Expats Forum for Thailand!

Sawùt dee, and a warm welcome to the InterNations Thailand expats forum! As a current or soon-to-be expat in Bangkok, or any other of the Thai expat hotspots like Chiang Mai, you will doubtlessly have numerous questions about expat life. Become a member of our InterNations community in Thailand and find reliable tips on the successive stages of the relocation process. No matter if you’re enquiring about visa or immigration documents at the Thai embassy, looking for expat housing in Pattaya, or would like to see the Thai attractions, like the heart of Lanna culture – who knows more about such things than other expats? Our expat forums for Thailand can connect you with local expat circles.

Latest Posts in Thailand Expat Forum

 Thailand Expat Q&A

Re: International schools in Hua Hin or Bangkok

My son went to St. James international school in Bangkok, a British school. It seemed nice enough,...


We are moving back to Sydney in November and wish to ship 2 push bikes any clues on who can arrange

deutschsprachiges phuket forum

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 Thailand Town Talk

Re: Advice for family entertaining a move to Bangkok

We had a good experience with that school related to the nursery / preschool enrollment. Again it'...

Re: Really off the beaten track

I heard they had finally destroyed that building, but that might not be right, lots of old or wrong...

Re: When you need help in Bangkok! We're busy.

Agreed ... !!

 Thailand Expat Housing

Re: Condominium Bangkok for rent and buy Click!!

I sent u to get info....looking 1 bed for 2 month.

Re: Looking for One Bedroom Apartment

Suzi , please pm me, i can help.

Re: Second bedroom for rent for Sept

can i help? send me pm

 Thailand Expat Jobs

Remote Job Opportunity

Dear All, I am looking for remote job opportunity. I have done my Masters in Finance and Con...

Looking for French-English Interpreter

Hi guys! Any of you or your friends interested in working as a freelance French-English interpreter...

Re: We are expanding: Job for Business Women

Hi Jeda, we are working in the field of Direct Selling with transaction marketing. WoBizNet is prov...

 Thailand Expat Marketplace

How to lose weight in 5 days safely, healthily?

Golden September "Cleansing, Balancing, Nourishing" Slimming Program: healthy and safe! Tiens T...

Re: South African products?

not to say Foodland wouldn't have it, but Villa and Tops have decent imported foods sections, and t...

Doing Business in Cambodia - Essers|Zut & Partners

Dear reader, Essers | Zut & Partners Ltd. (EZP) is a young business development company in Cambo...

Members assist Members in the Thailand Expat Forums

Our trust-based community was developed to help expatriates in Thailand swap suggestions and advice on all expat-relevant enquiries, e.g., ʺWhat are the consequences of overstaying one's visum?ʺ or ʺWhat should I do if I happen to lose my passport?ʺ. In a community that’s all about expat living in Thailand, from phad thai to Songkran festival, the participants of the expat forum Thailand can find fellow expats and internationally minded locals to receive trustworthy and up-to-date responses. On the InterNations Expat Forum for Thailand, there will always be another expat member to make life abroad easier.

From local authorities to diplomatic services: The Expat Forum Thailand leaves no Question unanswered

If you require even more information on expat topics like sports and leisure in Bangkok or embassies and consulates in Chiang Mai, you could also browse our Thailand Expat Guide, another useful resource in addition to the expat forums. Moreover, in our World Forum you can talk about international politics, the most common issues faced by expats, dealing with homesickness and other general expat issues. However, for expat assistance on all local matters - from local authorities to diplomatic services - just join the InterNations Thailand expat forums.

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