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One more thing: don't let anyone convince you to buy gems in Bangkok. There's a well-organized group of street hustlers who convince unwary tourists to visit "discount" gem shops and purchase gems for inflated prices, tempting people with "special one-time-only government discount or tax holiday".
There's a fairly high transaction for taking money out from an ATM in BKK ; $150NT and the exchange rate they give you isn't very good either. I travel to BKK fairly regularly to buy clothes for our shop in KHH and always bring NT cash and change it at Super Rich across from Central World. Much better rate than changing in NT to Bht in Taiwan or NT to $US and then to Bht in BKK. http://superrich1965.com/rate.php
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