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Relocating abroad to Thailand could be a great idea for adventurous expatriates, statements from an expert have indicated.
Chrissy Richman, representative of The Life Change People, said the country is full of nature, culture and history.
As well as a “warm, friendly atmosphere”, Thailand has jungles, beaches, mountains and cities, including Bangkok, which is a “modern, bustling capital”, she continued.
The expert explained that the second city of the nation is Chiang Mai, which is also an interesting place that can be explored on foot.
A number of different cultures meet in Chiang Mai, she pointed out, adding that they bring their own foods, crafts and customs to the region.
“It is a feast for the eyes and senses and a balm for anyone who misses the days when communities seemed to care for each other,” Ms Richman asserted.
She had previously recommended the food in Thailand, especially a papaya salad called som tam.
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