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10 Best Places to Retire in Thailand

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If you are thinking to retire to one of the exotic cities in Thailand, then you are in the right place because we bring you the 10 best places to retire in Thailand.

A country that was called Siam until 1939 is located in Southeast Asia and borders with Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia and Malaysia. It belongs to the group of countries that are best for enjoying retirement and its benefits are reflected in its diversity, a warm climate, accessible and affordability housing, and other various offers.

Thanks to the fact that the country was never colonized, Thailand has retained its historical and cultural heritage and developed them in a natural way, without the influence of external factors.

10 Best Places to Retire in Thailand

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Regardless of the fact that Thailand isn’t on the list of the 10 cheapest places to retire aboard, it is certainly one of the best countries to retire, and promise a peaceful and interesting retirement life. If you’re planning to retire in Thailand and apply for a retirement visa, you need a $ 2,000 monthly income (65,000 baht) and Thai bank account with  $ 25,000 (800,000 baht) savings.

Places that have found their way to our list of 10 best places to retire in Thailand, we have chosen on the basis suggestions of specialized magazines and portals: Investopedia International Living, Tripadvisor, to name a few, which were engaged in the same or similar research and provided us with a great starting point for our research. We‘ve compared these studies and the most recommended places we have chosen, and create our list in such way that we took four key factors: cost of living, cost of basic medical care, climate, Additionally, we have taken the cost of renting a one-bedroom apartment, because the Thailand law  prevents foreigners from buying land and real estate, and for the first purchase of property other residents are exempt from tax. We gave points from 1 to 10 for these factors, with the place with the highest costs getting minimal points. When scoring climatic conditions, we took the average amount of annual precipitation. Here are our results for the 10 best places to retire in Thailand.

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