I’m traveling on the 22nd of this month (December)
What is the best way to exchange sterling to baht?
ATM in Thailand or sterling in cash at the airport exchange bureau in Bangkok or Phuket for the best deal?
I’m asking this as the rates are real bad at the moment.
Stokeylee70 has got it spot on.
Change 100 in the U.K. just to cover transfer and first day essentials. If you come out kid the hotel turn right and walk about 200 yards. On the right hand side up a few steps is a exchange booth. Like other answers you will get a better rate than in the U.K. also, try and avoid atms. As you get the exchange rate set by the U.K. banks and can be quite costly. Hope this helps.
do it in cape panwa its a small place but we got better rates there . Take some money with you though to last a couple of days
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