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Should I bring my car to Thailand ?:
   Having a reliable transportation is important in any country. Now that you decide to relocate to Thailand. The question is “Should you bring your car, if you have one back home?”More....

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Making Friends In Thailand:
  Well, now that you've decided to make the big move over to Thailand, you're going to need some friends to go along with it. There's a lot that goes into making such a giant geographical jump. There's the stress of selling the old clunker, the expense of getting your entire Italian shoe collection from your tiny closet into your new spot in Thailand, and even getting your shampoo past airport security can prove a pickle nowadays.  More....

 


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Thailand Moving Checklist

     Bangkok and major cities of Thailand are modern city. You can find almost everything that you will need at the major department stores like Big-C, Lotus, and Central.

           Believe it or not, some shopping malls in Bangkok are even better than the mall in the United States. Thus, you do not need to pack everything from home, but a good plan can ease your relocation pain. Here is a comprehensive checklist to help you stay on track.

Moving Checklist:
  • Make a budget. If you plan to use International moving companies, get a few price estimates. If you are moving yourself, calculate costs for shipping, custom clearance fees, etc.
  • Arrange to transfer school records.
  • Make a floor plan for your new home furniture.
  • Get your home ready. If you can not fly to Thailand, you can still do a lot online.
  • Fill out change of address cards at your local post office.
  • Get all your personal medical records ready. You never know when you will need it.
  • Schedule disconnection of all utility services. Make sure it will be disconnected after you leave. Cancel newspaper delivery.

 

Moving Day:

  • You will need to supervise movers. Notify deriver where you want to park the truck and how you want things pack. Even if you hire an international moving company, it is still ultimately your responsibility.
  • Take note of utility meter reading.
  • Leave note with your new address at your old one.
  • Inform your neighbors about your move. Let them know how to contact you in case of unforeseen emergency event.

Delivery Day:

  • Inventory your belonging carefully. Check for any damage items and notify the moving company as soon as you spot one.
  • Supervise unloading and unpacking
Thailand Moving Note:
  • The electricity in Thailand is 220 volt. If you bring electrical equipment from a 110 country, make sure you bring transformer.
  • If you have a driver license in your home country, you can apply for International driver's license at a local The Department of Land Transportation . It is very simple to apply. You don't need to take a test. Just simply fill out a form with recent phtos with 300 baht fees. An internatiional driver license is usually good for one year.
  • Do not bring pornography. It is illegal in Thailand.

 

 

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