Information that will help you understand and navigate through life in Thailand
Blogs on Thailand
Here are a selected number of blogs on living in and retiring to Thailand. I cannot vouch for the accuracy of these bloggers observations and opinions (except for my own blog that is). Caveat Emptor, of course.
On Living in Thailand
On Retiring to Thailand
Retire 2 Thailand’s Blog | Thoughts on retiring in Thailand – This is my old blog, and it is still accessible, although I am not adding to it since the inception of our new site.
Your Expat Communities in Thailand – Network of Expats (from many countries) in Thailand
Expatriate Club – Thailand Expats Club and Assiociation – Information on Expat clubs and associations in Thailand
Pattya Expatas Club – Pattaya Expats Club – We are Expats helping Expats
Chiang Mai Expats Club – Chiang Mai Expats Club (CEC) helps expats expand friendships and improve their quality of life
Phuket Expat Club – Expats helping Expats
Expat Briefing – Lists Expat groups in Thailand
Expat Forum – Expat Forum For People Moving Overseas And Living Abroad – Thailand Expat Forum for Expats Living in Thailand
Expat.com – Find answers to your questions and get advice from expatriates.
Embassies and Consulates
Royal Thai Embassies, Consulates, and Mission worldwide – Contacts for Thai embassies and consulates in countries around the world
Foreign Embassies and Consulates in Thailand – Contacts for foreign embassies and consulates within the country of Thailand
General emergency contacts
|Police (General Emergency Call)||191|
|Ambulance and Rescue||1554|
|National Disaster Warning Centre||1860|
|Medical Emergency Call||1669|
|Private Air Ambulance (Siam Air Care)||02 586 7654|
Note: I called 191 (the emergency police number in Chiang Mai) when a friend fell and broke his leg. An ambulance was at my door in just about 10 minutes. We live fairly close to a hospital. Those choosing to live further away from population centers may not have as fast a service.