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Banking

The banking sector in Thailand is almost exclusively made up of big national banks. Western banks with international branches can be found there, however. For a list of banks, please click on the 'Banking in Thailand' tab located above.

You cannot open a bank account in Thailand without a Work Permit. To open an account, you will be required to provide the following documentation:

  • Passport
  • Work Permit

Normally there is no charge for having a bank account in Thailand, and interest rates are very low. Cash machines are widespread and internet banking is available.

 

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