A budget of 2,500 to 5,000 baht per day is enough to stay in a three or four star hotel, eat at most of Bangkoks mid range and high-end restaurants and easily get around the city by taxi instead of depending on the BTS, khlong boats and bus system.
How much baht Do you need a day?
Backpackers should budget 800–1,200 baht a day ($35–$50) to cover the costs of hostel rooms, street food meals, a couple of drinks and a spot of sightseeing. Holiday makers looking for a touch more luxury should budget 1,800–3,000 baht ($75–$125) a day to cover nice hotels, gourmet meals and cocktails.
How much baht is a meal in Thailand?
The average cost of a basic Thai meal in a restaurant is 90 – 150 baht. Seafood invariably costs more. A plate of noodles in a basic restaurant in Sukhumvit is around 100 baht. Thai portions are often smaller, so you may end up eating an extra meal or snacking during the day!
When should I avoid Thailand?
When to avoid traveling in ThailandChiang Mai: If possible, avoid visiting from mid-February through early April. Andaman Sea (Krabi, Phi Phi, Phuket, Koh Lanta): Rainy season is from May – October.Gulf Islands (Koh Tao, Koh Chang, Koh Phangan, Koh Samui): Rainfall is heaviest in October & November.More items •Feb 3, 2020