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Exchangemoment? Rate

Posted by alexlazarus on 19/11/2008 at 16:33

Hi All,

I've read somewhere on this site that its better to take £ to Thailand and exchange for baht in country. Would you agree with this? The interntaional rate is quite porr at the moment, and i am trying to squeeze the cash out as far as it will go! What baht woul di get for the £ out there at the

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Posted by ChangFai on 19/11/2008 at 16:54

NEVER buy Baht in your home country , ALWAYS change in Thailand .

Siam City Bank is my preferred Bank .
http://203.147.4.235/Bankrate/exchange_rate.htm

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Posted by somtam2000 on 20/11/2008 at 07:26 admin

Agree 100% with ChangFai -- always buy your Baht in Thailand.

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Posted by Patrickx8 on 20/11/2008 at 08:01

I will be flying into Phom Penh and need to get to Sihnaoukville in the best possible way.

What do you recommend? Price? How do you get from the airport to the bus or train to go to Sihanoukville?

thanks

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Posted by exacto on 20/11/2008 at 11:37

like ChangFai says, it's always best to buy your local currency IN the country you are visiting, be it thailand or mexico or indonesia or new zealand. you'll get the best rates that way for sure.

patrickx8, you might wish to start a new thread for your question, since it is a bit out of place here. cheers.

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