Retirement in Bangkok for $1000 a month is the goal! May 1 2016, I land in Bangkok.
First I started with searches on AGODA
The very first place I found was $4 a night. That’s correct. $4. There are over 21 places that were $10 and under per night. This isn’t a private villa with a pool and a butler by any means, but still that’s what I could find while searching the internet in Canada. Are there better deals to be had in Bangkok, that might not be advertised?
I’ll find out!
One tip I always give to my fearless readers is don’t book your complete trip over the internet . Book a few days and then explore around looking for hotels or places to stay that you might not have considered.
My first place I booked was at the Overstay Hostel.
There was no benefit to booking a longer stay than two days (that’s a perfect amount of town if you want to see if the accommodations you’ve booked online is great or not so good)
Here’s what it would cost if you stayed 30 days here