Fantastic Rentals In Thailand's Top 7 Expat Havens From $200 A Month

Fantastic Rentals In Thailand's Top 7 Expat Havens From $200 A Month

Fantastic Rentals In Thailand's Top 7 Expat Havens From $200 A Month

Dear Reader,

One of the great things about living in Thailand are all the cheap real estate opportunities.

Especially rentals.

In fact, if you know where to look, you can find hundreds and hundreds (even THOUSANDS) of great rental opportunities in Thailand for under $600—$500—even $200 a month or less!

And I'm not just talking about tiny "shoebox" condos or thatched-roof beach huts with no running water, either.

Far, far, FAR from it!

MANY of these ultra-affordable properties in Thailand boast all the modern amenities you'd expect in a modern, first-class property in the tropics— including high-speed internet, air-conditioning, hot water, a kitchen, and close proximity to beaches, restaurants, bars, shopping areas and more!

Some Of The Great Deals You Can Find In Thailand's Popular Expat Havens

Bangkok - "The City Of Angels", "The Big Mango", "Sin City"

Bangkok's the bustling capital of Thailand—with over 10 million people. It's frenetic and hectic—always busy—and you'll either love it or hate it.

But there's always something fun to do in Bangkok—and it's chock-a-block full of modern amenities galore (including the lovely Siam Paragon Department Store—the #1 most Instagrammed man-made landmark in the entire world!)

Bangkok also has a thriving expat community—so it's easy to make friends there.

And in Bangkok, you can find real estate rental deals like:

  • A 667 sq.ft. one-bedroom fully-furnished condo right in the heart of Bangkok. It is close to two Skytrain stations, shopping, restaurants, bars and entertainment. The complex has a pool, fitness center, security and garden area. Just $647 a month.
  • A 731-square-foot, two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment in Sukhumvit is fully furnished and has city views. There's a fitness center and two pools. It's located close to Nana station, making it easy to get around the city. Just $830 a month.

Chiang Mai - "The Rose of the North"

Chiang Mai is Thailand's largest and most culturally significant city in Northern Thailand. It's home to arts and crafts galore— including its world-famous night bazaar.

You'll also find plenty of exhilarating outdoor activities you can enjoy on the outskirts of Chiang Mai— including horseback riding, whitewater rafting, bird watching and even zip lining through the jungle canopy!

Incidentally, Chiang Mai is also home to hundreds and hundreds of "Digital Nomads" - expats who make a living online from anywhere in the world. In fact, many say Chiang Mai is the world's most popular destination for Digital Nomads.

So if making money online and funding your expat lifestyle from an exotic destination interests you, you probably won't find a better place today than Chiang Mai.

Some recent Chiang Mai rentals include:

  • A three-bedroom, three-bathroom, two-story house of 1,937 square feet, set in a neat housing development with a communal pool and security. It is less than seven miles from the Old City and just over a mile from two shopping centers. Price: $450 a month.
  • A one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment that comes fully furnished. Just $260 a month.
  • A 484-square-feet fully-furnished studio apartment in a good area—with a balcony overlooking the city towards the mountains, 24-hour security, parking, communal pool, gym and plenty of nearby restaurants and entertainment. Price: $336 a month.

Phuket - "The Jewel of the Andaman Sea"

Phuket is Thailand's biggest island—and extremely popular with European expats and retirees. It boasts excellent beaches and watersport activities, very easy access to modern amenities, and a wide selection of international restaurants.

It's also ideal for international travelers, since it's got its own international airport with many direct flights to major international airports all over the world.

And right now, you can find rental deals in Phuket like:

  • If you want to be in lively Patong, there are plenty of places for rent. There's a 538-square-foot, one-bedroom studio available. The property is fully furnished, has a well-equipped kitchen, washing machine and cable TV is included in the price. Onsite facilities include a communal pool and lounge area, fitness center and 24-hour security. It's less than a half-mile from Patong Beach and the entertainment precinct. Just $560 a month.
  • A new three-bedroom house of 1,291 square feet comes fully furnished, with a carport and small garden. It's in a gated community in a peaceful area. It's about four miles from Patong and the Red Mountain Golf Course is nearby. Just $730 a month.

Koh Samui - "Coconut Island"

The relatively tiny island of Koh Samui is easy to reach from just about anywhere in Thailand (like Phuket, Samui has also got its own international airport) and it's home to many beautiful and secluded beaches and bays.

It offers great amenities for an island of its size—and it's also very close to other world-class islands including Koh Tao, Koh Phangan and the awe-inspiring Ang Thong National Marine Park.

And you can find great rental deals in Samui like:

  • A spacious one-bedroom, one-bathroom, fully-furnished bungalow right next to the beach, with a roof terrace where you can enjoy a balmy tropical breeze. Located on the peaceful and picturesque southwest corner of the island. From $495 a month.
  • Plai Laem, in the northeast of the island, is a highly desirable location with restaurants, bars, and pristine beaches where you can see magnificent sunsets. Rent a one-bedroom apartment here, about 200 yards from the Plai Laem beach and a garden. There is a communal pool, fitness room, onsite restaurant, parking and security. Just $480 a month.
  • A furnished, two-bedroom, semi-detached villa in a quiet development with two communal pools, steam room, sauna, parking and 24-hour security. It has open plan living and the living room opens onto a small patio with outdoor seating. Located in Bo Phut, shopping centers, supermarkets, and boutique bars and restaurants are just a short walk away. Price: $704 a month.

Plus There's MORE Welcoming, Exciting And Affordable Expat Destinations In Thailand As Well

And all this is just for starters.

In other expat destinations in Thailand like Hua Hin, Udon Thani, Pattaya, Chiang Rai and more, you can still find great rentals for just a few hundred dollars a month.

Combine this with Thailand's super-low cost-of-living and you're looking at saving big bucks by making Thailand your new part-time or full-time home.

So if you've ever dreamed of living in your own beachfront home, ultra-modern condo in the big city, or a roomy home in a private, gated community, you're likely to find it—at a very affordable price—in Thailand.

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Jackie Flynn

Jackie Flynn
Publisher, International Living

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