Is it possible to exchange rubles in Thailand

Табличка в обменном пукте в аэропорту Бангкока

We often hear the question whether it is possible to exchange rubles in Thailand. Yes, it can be done. Exchange offices at the international airport of Bangkok Suvarnabhumi accept Russian rubles, but also in the popular resorts of Pattaya and Phuket, there are exchange offices and private moneychangers willing to exchange Russian rubles into Thai baht.

However, despite this, to take with you on vacation or trip to Thailand the Russian currency, we would not recommend. The fact that Russian roubles are accepted at very disadvantageous exchange rate, and it turns out that even when you change homes rubles for dollars and dollars and then to baht is a much cheaper.

We checked the courses and made a precise conversion of exchange of rubles into Thai baht, and conversion of rubles into dollars and baht for the course of one day. The result was that the exchange of rubles in equivalent of USD 100 directly or through a dollars the difference is more than 400 baht, of course, not in favor of rubles. So rubles in Thailand better supplies to the most critical case. Yes and don't forget to find exchange offices that accepts rubles, not so easy.

🕒 October 16, 2018

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admin 29 September, 2014
Taxi prices in Bangkok will rise will rise by 8-11%. The Ministry of transport of the country approved the first in 22 years!!! the increase in tariffs for a taxi in Bangkok. It is specified that the landing in a taxi will still cost 35 baht, while the rates per kilometer and time will increase. Also scheduled a price increase on the subway from 1 January. ...
admin 16 December, 2014
Hello! The bus station in Lopburi is on the ring, here marked on the map - http://nashaplaneta.net/asia/thai/lopburi-karta.php and a little more detail here http://nashaplaneta.net/asia/thai/lopburi.php#getin. Reliable information about the presence of a direct bus to Sukhothai, unfortunately, do not have and Internet site with schedules not. But definitely know that quite often get to Sukhothai via Phitsanulok, where you can commute by bus and train. ...
atenal April 30, 2016
Thanks for the schedule ready!) ...
kaminskayam April 15, 2017
Good afternoon. Going in may to the South of Thailand. Were planning to visit several Islands. For example I wanted to move on may 6-7 with Koh MUK to Koh Lepe. But the company ferry wrote that in may they don't swim between the Islands but there is only flights from Trang. Did not want the island to go to the continent that would again to go to the island. Can someone tell me how to navigate in the rainy season between the Islands? ...
admin 19 November, 2017
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