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Ever thought of traveling and working outside Ghana ? have you also thought of having your peace of mind moving out ? , I mean the cost of living in your dream country? . imagine a country you pay lesser ( Let’s say half ) of everything you pay in Ghana but also have Everything, from Amenities to services, to make life worth living. Yes, stop imagining, there are countries you may not know about but have all these I’m saying.
There are countries were everything is cheaper than what you maybe actually thinking of. from Healthcare to Education to transportation to what else you might think of .
having all these good things at a Cheaper but Quality price does not only help you save Enough money but also help you grow other aspects of your life , this maybe Entrepreneurship.
Do y’all remember the Ghanaian Science Tutor,Achabu, who moved to teach in Vietnam? I hope you watched the video when he was taking a video of his apartment and balcony, where his camera captured a clearly visible pool as he threw a shade at people who have destroyed our water bodies with galamsey activities here in ghana.
Reading this article, I will gist you with Vietnam cost of living and other countries which you can earn even more than he does and live a higher standard of living with a low cost than he does .
Below are Top counties with low cost of living but high quality of life

PORTUGAL

Portugal has been one of the cheapest counties in Western Europe for many Travellers .It has a safe and Serene environ to live in. the country has top notch attractions with much more Lower cost than you’d imagine. fine museums, hiking paths, surfing beaches, and ancient ruins are just eye catching .
It’s glamour with nice people, captivating Beach sides, brilliant warmth and rich diverse culture is a must-see thing .
Lifestyle in Portugal is very affordable in addition with quality the healthcare , transportation and excellent food and wine.
The average salary per year in Portugal is around 33,800 euros .Everything from eating to drinking out, to renting an apartment remains remarkably a good value while there are regular train and bus links that connect the whole country. Lisbon, the capital town of Portugal, would rent out a one bedroom apartment for just a 426.4 euros per month .
Apartments shared in flats can easily be gotten around 213.20 euros .
local transportation costs 1.1939 euros per ride . if you’re below 11years of age you don’t even pay .Taxi and Uber also charges between 2.55 euros -8.54 euros to anywhere in Porto. According to Forbes,married couples can live comfortably with 1,876.19 euros in a month in Lisbon.
This is even much lesser for a single person.In smaller cities and in the country’s interior, a couple’s budget will be about 1449.8 euros a month. there are areas where your money goes even further, like Peniche on Portugal’s Silver Coast, where you can live for less than 1,193.93 a month. Another example is Marvão, where you can own a historic homestead in a mountain national park for a mere 343.7 euros a month. About a 20-minute drive away in Castelo de Vide, you can find houses in need of renovation for as little as €10,000 ($11,068).

VIETNAM

The land of Rising Dragons , Vietnam, is well known for its ultra modern edifices in vibrant cities, lofty mountains , gorgeous beaches , peaceful villages , lush forests, beautiful landscapes and dynamic Culture . The cost of living in Vietnam is very favorable. with Accomodation, it’s very cheap and comes in a wide range .
From a cubicle to a luxury beach or mountain villa , you will get what you’re look for at a mind blowing low price.
Whether you want to live in the heart of the city, nestle among pine-forested mountains, or overlook a sun-washed beach, you’ll find modern, high-quality housing for low prices.
It’s also an easy place to live, with English widely spoken.In urban areas, skyscrapers pop up like dandelions, and motorbikes and automobiles outnumber cyclos and bicycles.
Prices are consistently less than half of what you might expect to pay in the West.
The average salary in Vietnam is around 14,701.4269 Euros per year. Expats report comfortably living on 429 euros – 1025 euros depending on how luxurious a life they live. A couple can enjoy a comfortable lifestyle for less than 944 euros per month, but many Westerners get by on around 430 euros per month for a no-frills lifestyle plus an occasional massage.
This budget often includes domestic help with cooking and cleaning. Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City are major cities which offer world class foods and shopping at a very good price .
While I may not be able to tell all the necessary things they use in their homes , western clothing and cosmetics come in a wide range with a tangible price .In Vietnam, Most real estates are quiet cheaper than that in Singapore, Thailand and Malaysia.
There are dozens of great restaurants, bakeries, and several supermarkets all within walking distance. Did you know that you may spend just a 35 euros in living in a 5 star hotel in Vietnam?
An apartment on a normal would costs 640 euros a month, including housekeeping and all utilities other than electricity. A dinner is usually lesser than 8 euros including beverages and a tip.
with transportation, One can fly to another town with a token of 21 euros per person including baggages.
Health insurance is cheap, and most Expat centres offer easy access to foreign-trained, English-speaking medical staff.When it’s time to see a doctor, you can get a same-day appointment and spend less than 18 Euros for a consultation. A translator accompanies you to be sure that you understand everything that’s said. A check-up and cleaning with a English-speaking dentist, including X-rays, would costs 12 euros .
Eating out in U.S. would just break the budget. A 24 euros fill-up at a gas station in the U.S., which might last a week, one would pay for 10 weeks of riding a motorbike in Vietnam, where you pay just 2 euros for a fill-up.
It’s a small price to pay to live in one of the most amazing places in the world.If you have a larger budget,
You’ll be living a life of luxury for a fraction of what you would pay in the West.

FRANCE

All the ingredients we look for at International Living, which is good wine, good food haute couture,good smelling perfumes , a good climate, unspoiled countryside, glittering culture, excellent healthcare, colorful traditions and history and, as a bonus, the glamour and sophistication of Paris—arguably the world’s most bewitching capital, France owns it all .
France is more affordable than you may think. A region like Languedoc-Rousillon, you’ll find a warm climate year-round, highly pleasing medieval towns, white-sand beaches and prices that are still reasonable.
You might prefer a cooler climate, look to charming Normandy, just a two hour drive from Paris. For mountain-lovers, the Rhône-Alpes region of France is a dream come true. In 2016, Carol Jean Lonsdale swapped a fast-paced life in the U.S. for a much slower one in Brittany.
A full-time employee in France makes an average income of 2,8080 Euros net per year . However, the median monthly salary is 1,845 euros net/month.housing is more affordable here, and healthcare, too.
One of the best things about living in France is the excellent healthcare system: Universal coverage is guaranteed to all residents (expat and otherwise) after three months, and healthcare prices are rock bottom. the average cost of health insurance for one person is 40 euros .
Prices vary depending on the policy too. How much you spend on living costs in France depends on your lifestyle: Opting for the highlife in Paris will make a larger hole in your budget than living in a quiet corner such as the Charentes or the Auvergne. A couple can live on a budget of 1800 euros to 2119 euros. —it’ll be lesser if you’re single.
A single metro ticket costs 1.90 euros, and can be used for one journey, including all connections.
White-coloured tickets can be purchased singly or in a book of 10 (“carnet”) for €16, at the ticket offices or machines in metro stations, and also in some tobacconists.Compared to some other European countries, train travel in France is relatively inexpensive, particularly on non-TGV Intercités routes.
Reservations should cost about 29 euros in Standard class or 38 euros in Standard Premier in addition to starting use of a rail pass travel day. Night trains within France are now rare.While meal prices in France can vary, the average cost of food in France is 33 euros per day. Based on the spending habits of previous travelers, when dining out an average meal in France should cost around 13 euros per person.
Breakfast menus are usually a bit cheaper than lunch or breakfast. people in France spend about 780 euros – 1030 euros on renting per a month. A single flat could cost about 400 euros .

CHILE

Chile’s costal line is long plus some low coastal mountains, a central valley and mountains (Andes) to the east.
This land of incredible contrasts is home to the world’s most arid desert (the Atacama), numerous active fjords, volcanoes , glaciers, icebergs,deep sea channels and other more.
We all know there are cheaper countries in South America, but the thing is most of them have major drawbacks in terms of Quality living . Chile in this case is all balanced about right. It brings a better value than Brazil or Uruguay and probably Argentina whilst it’s knowingly regarded as one of the safest countries in Latin America.
The capital of the country, Santiago, is even free from many of the tiff that other big cities in the region throw-up and it’s location which is on the edge of the Andes yet still only 100km from the coast is a real draw.
In theory you could ski and surf on the same day! The same is true of much of the country given its ridiculously skinny shape and in terms of natural beauty, it’s pretty hard to beat .
Getting around the country can be a challenge becuase of the size of it but transport links have improved and flights are better value than they are in much of South America.
Throw into the mix fantastic wines and cultured cities such as Valparaíso and the case for living in Chile is a compelling one.
One may question , what could be the average salary in this country? The average salary in Chile is about 27,340 euros per year .
Apartments are majorly less expensive, with a 2-bedroom apartment in the same neighborhood running around 563 euros per month.
Furnished apartments are available, but that same 2-bedroom in Providencia will run you more like 860 euros per month if it’s furnished. Cost of Renting a 1 Bedroom Apartment in Valparaiso – 290 euros per month.
Healthcare facilities in Chile are some of the best in South America, particularly in Santiago, where healthcare standards are very high. Data collected by the World Health Organization ranked Chile’s health system 33rd out of 190 countries.
This is similar in ranking and expenditure to Denmark and Australia.
Citizens in Chile and legal residents have access to free and subsidised public healthcare. This is managed through the government-run FONASA scheme with additional cover to privately run health insurers.
A single ticket , which involves a bus fare for interconnected stations, costs less than a euro, but get to know that prices vary depending on the time of day, with rush-hour travel (7 to 9 a.m. and 6 to 8 p.m.) costs more.
The average good meal is Chile could be 15 euros . dining out should cost about 5 euros.

BULGARIA

Bulgaria, which Is situated in the South-Eastern Europe has glowing golden sand beaches and amaze-inspiring mountain ranges, Bulgaria is as beautiful as it is inexpensive.
It give you a reasonable value for your money.Bulgaria’s nightlife, offers good atmosphere.
From classy piano bars, live music venues, and elegant lounges to lively clubs and vibrant discotheques, Bulgaria’s nightlife is a hit with everybody – young and old. In fact, Sofia, the country’s capital is around 62% cheaper to live in than the cost of living in London – with housing and transport being less than half the price of London’s.
Bulgaria is part of the European Union.
The Average salary per year in Bulgaria is 16,176 euros per year . About Healthcare, State healthcare is not completely free. You may need to pay something for most treatments and services but Emergency healthcare is free in Bulgaria.
Bulgarian healthcare is universal and state-funded through the National Health Insurance Fund (NHIF), making it affordable and accessible to all.
A visit to a private clinic will save you time and will come at a reasonable price between 20-30 Euro for the consultation. Doctors are highly trained and often speak English.
Like any other country, the cost to get a home in Bulgaria varies from area to area. For example, the houses which line the coast of the Black Sea and the mountainous regions of Borovets, Pamporovo, and Bansko are considered to be of a higher demand.
Real estate in these areas can be slightly more expensive, but not by a lot in any measure. In fact, rent prices in Bansko are still lower than they are in Sofia. So no matter where you choose to live in Bulgaria, you’re sure to find affordable housing whether you’re buying or renting.
A quality two-bedroom apartment in the capital,Sofia, can be given out on rent basis for less than 300 euros a month. You can pay as little as 50 euros per month for your utilities, and a quality internet connection will be around 25 euros per month.
A newly built 1-bedroom flat in the Kaufland hypermarket would cost 220 euros plus up to 60euro water/electricity/Internet (summer) and about 100 euro in the winter.
A beer and a pizza can cost as little as 10 euros in a nice café in Sofia.
As eating out is not expensive in Bulgaria, you won’t have to budget much for this part of your trip. A meal for two at a mid-range restaurant with desserts and a bottle of wine will cost between 19 euros to 20 euros.The price of transport is reflected in the quality of the service being provided . For example, even though the majority of cities and towns in Bulgaria offer cheap yet efficient public bus services, these tend to be overcrowded.Local transportation is between 15- 19 euros . There are, however, private transport options like shuttle buses available, and while these can be a little more expensive, they are usually more reliable and comfortable.

MEXICO

Mexico is known for its food and drink culture, like; tacos, tortillas, burritos, tequila and for being the origin of chocolate.
Mexico is also famous for Mayan temples, cenotes, mariachi bands, beach destinations like Cancun, the ‘day of the dead’ festival, and unfortunately, drug cartels.
Mexico is more than a great place to have vacation – it’s a beautiful nation with lots of amazing states to work, live, and play.
There are 69 different languages spoken in Mexico .Mexico being the home to the world’s largest Pyramid, Is and has always being one of the best choices if one wants to live in a country with a low cost of living but a good quality of life . There are countless reasons for you to move to Mexico: the nature of the people are welcoming, the cost of living is low, and buying real estate in Mexico is safe and easy. The basic cost of living in Mexico is lower than that of the US, Canada, and the UK.
15,211.6 euros could be the income of an average earner in one year.
A lavish lifestyle with all these amenities— a maid, a car for errands, and private health insurance—can come in at about 2230 euros a month for a couple. The average cost of living in Mexico can range from 515 euros to 1710 euros a month, with a comfortable life costing about 855 euros for a single person. Your expenses typically reflects where you live.
Every Mexican citizen is guaranteed no cost access to healthcare and medicine according to the Mexican constitution and made a reality with the “Institute of Health for Well-being”, or INSABI. The Mexican Federal Constitution places main responsibility on the state in providing national health to the population.In general, health care costs vary widely depending on the doctor, hospital (private) or the magnitude of the situation. However, you can expect to pay a basic sum of between 16.52 -25.41 euros for a visiting a private doctor.Most cities in Mexico offer transport, from micro buses to local buses, and rail-based metro systems, great for those commuting to and from work. With that said, public transport,
In general, is not that great outside of Mexico City, so if you want to move around you may have to rely on taxis or Uber. To ride a bus, you’ll need to buy a smartcard (available at vending machines in the Metro stations); the card will cost about 0.84 euros and rides will cost about 0.31 euros.
Metrobus is a bus rapid transit system that runs 7 bus lines throughout the city.
the basic fee for a taxi or Uber is about 50.00 euros.
A kilometer price is 20.00 euros. For standing and waiting time, 398 euros is charged per hour.street foods starts from 5.5 euros .
A regular cappuccino is just 1.9 euros .Meal for 2 People in a Mid-range Restaurant, for three course would be around 25 euros. McMeal at McDonald’s is a 5.7 euros.

PANAMA

The nature of Panama is very Serene ,warm and tropical.Panama, being one of the most beautiful countries in the world ,has a rich history, fascinating culture and a variety of historic sights, Panama is the right vacation destination for you and your Loved ones.
Panama City, the nation’s capital, is the only capital city in the world that boasts a rainforest within its city limits. Also,
Panama is home to 10,000 different plants species, including 1,400 varieties of orchids, 678 types of fern, and more than 1,500 species of trees. Panama has more than 976 species of birds, more than the United States and Canada combined!
Panama is best known for the Panama Canal,here you will have the opportunity to learn about the history of the Panama Canal, but this small country also boasts more than 1,500 miles of pristine beach shoreline. Factually, The tax burden is low there is low.
A person working in Panama typically earns around 21,684 euros per Year. Salaries range from 461 euros (lowest average) to 8,061.58 euros (highest average, actual maximum salary is higher). This is the average yearly salary including housing, transport,high-speed internet, and other benefits.
In Panama City, a couple can live on on a monthly budget of as little as 1448 euros. A single person could cut about 20-30% off those numbers. Leave Panama City and costs are even more affordable. In Volcán, a couple can escape to an enjoyable, peaceful life on a monthly budget of 1290 euros. Another advantage to Panama: zero income tax if you earn revenue in other countries.
The cost of your health care will depend upon which of the 3 systems you will be using. In a private hospital MRI’s are around 470 euros. A facelift can be done for about 1670 euros. Both are much less than in the 1st world.
The gold standard of health care in Panama is found in Panama City. Panama City has an excellent and mature health care system.
Health care in David, the 2nd largest city in Panama, is very good and is steadily improving.
The public hospitals in Panama are funded by the Social Security System and the Ministry of Health. Services in these hospitals are almost free.
However, those who can afford private healthcare may choose to do so.
The government always encourage health tourism. This policy has helped to build a world-class private health system that costs a fraction of equivalent care in USA. Out-of-pocket care is cheap in public hospitals in Panama, especially when compared to the USA.
Expats have quoted costs of 23 euros to 30 euros for a GP visit and of 36 euros to 60 euros to see a specialist.
A vacation to Panama for 1 week will costs around 375 euros.
Local transportation in Panama is 1 – 2.8 euros .
Entrance tickets and guide services in Panama is 13.5 euros per day, 31 on weekend and 86 week
Alcoholic beverage cost between 2.00 euros to 15.00 euros.
Due to Panama’s free trade zone status, even the international vodka and Scotch brands are frequently 30-50% less than what you would purchase In the U.S.
Meal in an inexpensive Eatery will cost not less than 6 euros . meal in a mid-range restaurant for two people in 3 courses will cost 39 euros .
Renting an apartment ranges from 355 – 980 euros per a month.

COSTA RICA

Lush jungles, tropical beaches, and friendly locals will make you fall in love with this country and it’s ‘Pura Vida’ vibe immediately.
Most Americans love to live in Costa Rica becuase of it’s good economy structure.
You can’t go broke living in Costa Rica! .Costa Rica is about the size of West Virginia, just that it has a wide variety of landscapes and climates. Choose from rainforests, seaside villages and mountain towns. In the capital of San Jose, the capital, and the surrounding Central Valley you’ll find a temperate “eternal spring” climate.
Guanacaste is known for its dry, hot beaches. Around the pristine Lake Arenal, expats live in the hills with lake views.
Popular jobs in Costa Rica is English teaching, Tourism and SCUBA Diving.
For starters, the average salary in Costa Rica is around 37,685.6 Euros per year according to the exchange rate in August 2021. Costa Rica is more affordable than Panama and other Latin American countries, such as Peru, Mexico, Chile, Puerto Rico, and Brazil!
A single person can live on between 1278 euros to 1534.8 euros a month .
Most couples report living well on 1705 euros a month—including all their costs, but that amount can go down to 1350 euros , depending on where you live and how you spend your money.
You can eat at a local restaurant for just 3.4 Euros or a 5 euro , and a visit to a physician will set you back 46 euros or less.
A meal in a local restaurant will cost around 3-6 euros, rent runs from 300-800 euros per month depending on the size of apartment and location, local transportation starts from 0.70 euros per trip.

EQUADOR

Equador is one of the most inexpensive countries graced with a high quality of living.Everything , from buying a real estate to renting to hiring of a maid is notoriously cheap .New cars are common, including several brands made in Ecuadorian factories.
Almost everyone owns a cellphone (or two), and internet connections are easy to come by.
The average salary per year is 22,839.78 euros.
Ecuador is good for your pocket. For instance, in Cuenca, a frugal person can get by on less than 1,000 euros per month.
5 star Eateries serve delicious meals, yet it would be hard to pay more than 46 euros for dinner for two—with drinks included.
It’s not difficult to live on less than $20,000 per year, and you don’t have to live a frugal lifestyle to do it.Because of the fertility of their lands ,excellent foods are produced mostly with a year-round growing seasons, prices at local mercados are low. Household help is available for 10 euros to 20 euros per day, and services like pedicures and haircuts are just a few euros.
No need for heating and cooling bills in most of the country, and you can live most places without a car, paying 30 cents or less for buses, and 1 to 4 euros for taxi rides.
Rentals are plentiful and affordable: Imagine a two-bedroom, two-bath condo in downtown Cuenca for just 460euros.
Additionally, the low cost of living in Ecuador allows pensioneers to increase their travel, take up new hobbies, and generally enjoy a better quality of life. Ecuador offers something for everyone, and at prices unheard of in North America and Europe. a month.
Ecuador has a universal health coverage (UHC) system which provides all citizens the right to free healthcare in public facilities, including emergency care.
A man would pay a monthly premium of 1,200 euros in the States.
In Ecuador (Private Health centers), he may pay as little as 70 euros A woman age 50 to 60 would pay 72 euros for the same policy in Ecuador, while coverage for a dependent child, between two and 17 years of age, costs 15 euros a month.

COLUMBIA

Columbia is one of the most beautiful countries in the world.
It has an enviable temperate climate and some of the best forests, beaches, rare species of plants and animals, and is home to diverse cultures.
One of the striking features is the love for coffee. Coffee growing in Colombia is part of the national identity which generates great income.
some beautiful places in Columbia are ; Medellin – Hike the Andes.
Guatape – An explosion of colour.
Santander – Stunning natural beauty.
Chicamocha National Park (Panachi) – Jaw dropping panoramic views.
Cali – Salsa by the Pacific.
Sierra de La Macarena – River of seven colors (Caño Cristales).
According to Bloomberg News, as of 2011, studies show that Colombia is the world’s largest cocaine producer. The United States of America is the world’s largest consumer of cocaine and other illegal drugs.
The average salary per year is 14,662.6 euros .
Things are quite cheaper than in the United States. You can go out and have breakfast or lunch for 3.5 euros or a nice dinner for 8 euros.
You can find variety of foods with 6 euros around the countryside.some cheap foods such as empanadas costs less than a euro .
On groceries, you will probably spend around 300 to 380 euros a month. it is lesser when you pay a visit to the local markets. Getting a retirement visa to live in Colombia is also quite easy. Prince Dam, an expat who lives in the mountain city of Medellín, says the cost of living is 60% less than it was living in a small city in Maine.
Think 1,394 euros to 1,994 euros a month for a couple, even less for a single person.
the free government-subsidized healthcare system (SISBEN) is only for average Colombians.
Entidades Promotoras de Salud (EPS): EPS is the public healthcare system and is mandatory for all residents.
Most of the expats usually pay around 70 euros to 85 euros each month as EPS public insurance premium.
Older people with pre-existing medical condition would pay a Higher sum.
Public transportation costs a mere 11.25 euros while Intercity bus passengers pay 70.42 euros.
For a taxi or Uber , one would spend 150.63 euros .
The average rent for a 1-bedroom apartment in Columbia is currently 990 euros a month.

MALAYSIA

Did you know that Malaysia had independence the same year Ghana had independence?
Malaysia is well known for its conducive environment of idyllic beaches, seductive islands and some of the most pristine ancient rainforest.Malaysia is a low cost country to live in and if you are on a pension from a developed country .
The high tax on motor vehicles is true for most countries in Asia but not Malaysia.if you can speak English, you’re good to go because that’s the usual language spoken there .
Malaysia has the world’s largest cave chamber.
The average salary of a Malaysian is 11,954.4 per year.
one of the cities in Malaysia,Penang, a couple can live comfortably on 1,400 euros a month, including rent.
This we all know would be lesser if you’re a single person.
Try Eat where the locals eat and you can’t go wrong with a meal for less than 4.5 euros . Even if you prefer to live in its most expensive city, the cost of living in Malaysia is very low. This makes it a great place for many expats – especially retirees looking to keep their expenses to a minimum.
A One bedroom apartment (city centre) goes out for a cool 630.12 Euros for a month.
One bedroom apartment (outside of city centre) would cost about 365.87 euros .
Also , a three bedroom Apartment for a family is 1,122.02 euros in the city center but if it’s outside the city center, you can get it around 573.2 Euros a month.
Transport fares in Malaysia are quiet cheap .
Just 1 euro can get you a litre of fuel .
A monthly public transport pass should not cost you more than 50 euros and a taxi fare at 8km/hr costs 7 euros on a normal business day.
Malaysia scored a 95 of 100, and was ranked first in the Best Healthcare in the World category of the 2019 International Living Annual Global Retirement Index.Public healthcare is available to expats in Malaysia and is affordable.
A general practitioner will take a cost about 5 euros and treatment by a specialist will cost about 36 euros.
Nevertheless, many expats prefer private care because treatment is faster, (no long waiting times) and more efficient.

THAILAND

It would be very tough to undermine the Quality of life in this country.it’s invalid to make a list of countries with high quality of life with a low cost of living without adding Thailand to it .

Thailand is well known for it value it offers . with great cultural practices, Thailand is the world’s largest exporter of Rice .
Thailand is located in the Southeast of Asia . It’s known for tropical beaches, opulent royal palaces, ancient ruins and ornate temples displaying figures of Buddha.

In Bangkok, the capital, an ultramodern cityscape rises next to quiet canalside communities and the iconic temples of Wat Arun, Wat Pho and the Emerald Buddha Temple (Wat Phra Kaew). Nearby beach resorts include bustling Pattaya and fashionable Hua Hin.
Infrastructures in Thailand are quite nicer than that’s of it’s neighboring countries.
most structures are made for religious purposes .For now , the average wage in Bangkok is of 660.1189 a month.

An average income per year in the country is 33,178.0 euros .

A couple can live comfortably with 1900 euros a month. .
A one-bedroom apartment rent averagely in the country will run you about 400 euros . When you factor in utilities, that cost reaches more than 650 euros. Other monthly costs are likely to add up to between 700 euros and 800 euros per month.
[10:05 AM, 9/29/2021] Ageorgia: About foodstuffs, fruits and vegetables in local markets are being sold out between from 1 euros to 4.5 euros .

Daily , you would spend about 13 euros on meal in a restaurant.
Transportation in Thailand is very Inexpensive. buses, taxis and trains are easy to get around within Thailand’s cities and other local areas. Daily commuting costs for most people are only 1-2 euros per day.
Government-funded health care is fueled by the Department of Medical Services at the Ministry of Public Health. Treatment is completely free for Thai citizens holding a Universal Coverage Health card, except on Saturdays, when a charge is made.
To attend to a private Doctor with common illnesses, you should budget around 48 to 56 euros .

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