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Thailand is undoubtedly a charming country. And for many people, spending retirement years in this country is the ultimate dream. There are so many good reasons to retire in Thailand. The people are friendly and welcoming, the weather is fantastic, and high-quality medical care is widely available. Plus, who wouldn’t want to live in the perfect property surrounded by beautiful nature, delicious food, and excellent shopping for a fraction of the cost? Your money can definitely stretch farther here, allowing you to live in luxury for pennies on the dollar. In addition, getting a retirement visa is fairly straightforward in […]

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Many people overlook access to quality medical care. And obviously for a "retiree" this needs to be a significant factor in rating the best place to retire... I suspect that these locations do in fact have access to some of the better medical care outside of Bangkok. Reality often sets in with expats, who have set up camp in the rural areas, when they make their first visit to one of those rural government hospitals. Of course if your in the medical field as a nurse or doctor, I am a Critical Care Paramedic, most do mean you well or they wouldn't be in the medical field. However, Thailand has a WIDE variety of hospital facilities, capabilities, provider education and skill levels. Do... do your research on this, don't skip this part. I think the real trick is to find you a good Thai doctor, those are truly hard to come by. 

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