[2022] Teaching English in Vietnam - Requirements, salary, visa, more (2022)

You probably won’t believe me if I tell you that hundreds if not, thousands of expats are coming to Vietnam every year to teach English. Even though the demand is skyrocketing, there are loads of mistakes that they do and still doing. So, someone who has taught English in Vietnam will tell you what you need to know before signing a contract with someone who offered you a teaching job here or before youbook your one-way ticket.

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DEMAND FOR ENGLISH TEACHERS IN VIETNAM

Ugly Truths about Teaching English in Vietnam

WORK EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS

VALID VISA AND WORKING PERMIT AS AN ENGLISH TEACHER IN VIETNAM

Can I Work in Vietnam on a Business Visa

JOB REQUIREMENTS

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DEMO LESSONS

HOW MUCH IS THE SALARY OF AN ENGLISH TEACHER IN VIETNAM

Per hour

Non-native English Speaker/Non-Caucasian

PERKS AND ADDITIONAL

FIND A JOB BEFORE COMING TO VIETNAM OR APPLY FOR A JOB WHEN YOU GET TO VIETNAM

HOW TO FIND AN ESL JOB IN VIETNAM

Via Facebook Groups

Websites

Teach Online

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DRESS CODE WHILE TEACHING ENGLISH IN VIETNAM

Dress code for women teachers

Dress code for men teachers

FINAL THOUGHTS

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DEMAND FOR ENGLISH TEACHERS IN VIETNAM

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Vietnam is one of thecountries with the highest demand for English teachers, which is good. It means that if locals speak English, the country can attract more tourists, businesses from different countries, more jobs for the locals, and competitive economic growth.

If you visit anyexpat Facebook groupsor simply Googling teaching English in Vietnam, it will surely overwhelmyou with unending posts about job offers. Whether you decide tolive in Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), or even in smaller cities like Hoi An, Da Nang, or Nha Trang, you can get yourself a job easily.

Ugly Truths about Teaching English in Vietnam

There are loads of private English centres and public schools that are desperate to get their hands on a foreign teacher.However, there are a few ugly truths you need to know and prepare yourself:

  • Most of these schools are in favour of native English speakers, especially the schools that are focusing on specific accents to teach to their students. Unfortunately, even if you have the accent they are looking for; often, these schools would overlook this and still prefer to hire a Caucasian person regardless of your work experience and education.
  • This means that even if you are a native English speaker, your skin colour affects your chances. Many expats and even locals have voiced their concern about how wrong this is. Sadly, the change regarding this discrimination is still a long way to go.
  • Non-native English speakers and not white will have a little challenge in finding the job they are hoping for but still possible. If you are more than qualified, you should look into bigger companies and international schools, they are more professional and are more interested in your experiences and qualifications.
  • Racism in Vietnam in the field of ESL teaching is widely spread. People of colour are having a harder time getting an ESL job simply because of their skin colour or accent despite their years of experience in this field.
  • If you were offered a way less rate simply because you are not Caucasian but you know that you are a qualified one, don’t accept or sign the contract. There are jobs and students who are willing to pay you rightly,and know your value. If all aspiring ESL teachers coming to Vietnam will fight this massive race issue by rejecting low paid jobs, at some point, hopefully, Vietnam will see everyone’s value equally.

WORK EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS

It is true if I tell you that work experience is not very much a requirement if you decide to teach English in Vietnam. This is sad on all levels, despite the cry out of the expat community for the Vietnamese schools to raise their standard in hiring a teacher, the demand is just too high to take this subject on top of the discussion.

However, there are schools with high standards that are strict in hiring ESL teachers in Vietnam. They require certain experiences and they always take the legal path.

VALID VISA AND WORKING PERMIT AS AN ENGLISH TEACHER IN VIETNAM

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You won’t believe how many English teachers come here and work on a tourist visa. This is, in fact, illegal, if you plan to work here, you need to secure a business visa and/or awork permit. Working on a tourist permit or on illegal documents will result in serious trouble such as deportation and entry ban in the country.

If the school let you work on a tourist visa, this is a red flag and a sign of unprofessionalism. They are more likely to screw you over at some point. For example, not paying you in time for your last paycheck when you quit the job or simply firing you without any acceptable reason. They can also use this against you as you cannot ask for legal help regarding this matter.

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Once you have a work permit, you can apply for a Temporary Residence Card valid for 1-3 years. Using this, you can exit and enter Vietnam without needing a visa. The process of obtaining a Temporary Residence Card is easy and quick but you will need a work permit which can take time depending on what documents you have ready,

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Can I Work in Vietnam on a Business Visa

You are legally allowed to apply for a job, stay in Vietnam, and work ona business visa. However, you areONLYallowed to work on a business visa while waiting for your work permit to be processed.

You will have to hold proof that you are or your employer is currently processing your work permit to avoid getting into trouble.

To explain it easier, you areNOTallowed to work on a business visa long-term, you are required to hold a work permit which your employer will help you get.

NOTE: As of 2022, English teachers must enter Vietnam either with a business visa sponsored by their employer or with a valid work permit.

JOB REQUIREMENTS

As I mentioned, being a native English speaker with white skin can land you a job easily but there are still a couple of job requirements you have to prepare. Thankfully, a lot of schools are getting wiser and more professional as the year comes by. Here are the common requirements when applying for an English teaching job in Vietnam:

  • a Bachelor’s degree– in 2021, it is announced that the teacher’s Bachelor’s degree must be related to teaching or English to qualify for a work permit/TRC
  • TEFL/TOFEL/CELTAGet your TEFL Certificatenow online and enjoy35% offif you usevietnam35as a coupon code – You can also get certified once you are in Vietnam
  • a valid passport and visa
  • other documents to prove your education and work experiences
  • criminal background check – from your home country or country of residence in the last 3 years
  • CV

TIP: Look for schools that will check not only your accent, and physical appearance, but also who will require you to have experience in teaching, a teaching certificate, a bachelor’s/master’s degree. These schools are more serious in the business, which is also concerned with the quality of teaching they provide to their students.

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DEMO LESSONS

Some schools will ask you to do a demo lesson at least for a minimum of 30-minutes, some demos are paid whilst the others are not. Remember to ask this before agreeing to perform one. Be aware that some schools invite a lot of aspiring English teachers and require a demo for free. While the truth is they basically get different teachers to teach their students without paying anything while they make money from it (because those students pay for a class).

HOW MUCH IS THE SALARY OF AN ENGLISH TEACHER IN VIETNAM

Salary is quite attractive in Vietnam if you compare it to thecost of living. This section will give you a ballpark idea on how is the salary of an English teacher in Vietnam.

Per hour

The pay ranges from $15-$25 per hour whereas a full-time teacher works at least 20 hours a week, some work for 40 hours a week. If you prefer to work as a private tutor, this is less hassle but the pay varies. The rate also varies depending on your location, outside the city or in rural areas pay a little less but provide accommodation. Smaller cities and towns also pay less.

There are some schools that will hire you and start the pay at $18 with a chance of a raise depending on your performance. Always double check your contract before signing.

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If you want a sneak peek at the budget for moving to Vietnam, you can read ithere.

Non-native English Speaker/Non-Caucasian

Sadly, despite your experience, if you are a non-native English speaker, often you will be offered a lower salary ($10-$15/hour). Another painful reality is even if you are a native English speaker if you are not Caucasian, there is a big chance that you will get paid lower as well.

In this situation, especially if you have the experience, you should work with well-known language centres or international schools that look past your physical appearance but rather value your skills and experiences.

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PERKS ANDADDITIONAL

There are a few schools or agencies that will offer you free accommodation or transportation allowance. Based on the stories I heard, it’s mostly a hit and misses, you can be offered a decent accommodation or a crappy one.Housing is relatively cheap in Vietnam, therefore, I suggest you find your own instead. Whiletransportation in Vietnamis cheap too, you won’t have a problem getting around. If you need a suggestion for a hostel in Vietnam while looking for an apartment, check ourrecommendation list.

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FIND A JOB BEFORE COMING TO VIETNAM OR APPLY FOR A JOB WHEN YOU GET TO VIETNAM

This is a very common question from aspiring English teachers in Vietnam. In my personal experience, I only start finding a teaching job when I arrived in Vietnam, this made all my interviews, demo lessons, and even getting tips from English teachers a lot more convenient. My friend started applying for a possible job before moving here, he scheduled interviews and demos beforehand and did it right away after he arrived.

Personally, I won’t accept an ESL job unless I’m in Vietnam, this is to avoid scams too but it’s a personal choice. I know many teachers who accepted job offers before arriving and it went well.

HOW TO FIND AN ESL JOB IN VIETNAM

This is surely one of the questions that bother you a lot. Apart from searching online and using different sites that have job listings, there are other options as well like the following:

Via Facebook Groups

One of the most effective ways of finding an English teaching job in Vietnam is tojoin Facebook groupsdepending on your location. You will see that there are job offers popping up almost every day.

You can also upload your job posting, CV, contact details, and what you are looking for and ESL schools and centres will reach out to you. If you receive an offer but are in doubt about if it is legitimate or not, you can ask the expat groups, even though they can be rude, a lot of them are still helpful.

Websites

You can also directly find reputable schools in Vietnam online and then apply directly to their sites. We recommend you to be cautious as some job listings on other sites can be dodgy. Remember to never pay anything or anyone who promises to get you a job – this scheme is always if not, often a scam.

If you decided to teach in China instead which pays a better salary than in any Southeast Asian country, we recommend youcheck this siteto apply for a job.

Teach Online

Another way to earn money being an ESL teacher is to teach online. There are great benefits in doing this like you can teach while travelling, you don’t need to hustle through the traffic and spend money on transportation, you can teach comfortably at home to name a few.

DRESS CODE WHILE TEACHING ENGLISH IN VIETNAM

Once you have found a teaching job and signed a contract, there are a lot of things that you still need to prepare. One of them is to pack the right work clothes. The dress code for teaching in Vietnam is not a lot different in other parts of the world. You are expected to dress at least semi-formal.

Depending on where you will be living and teaching, some schools have AC while others don’t. If you will be in the north, pack a good semi-formal jacket as it can be cold during winter, while in the south, make sure you pack comfortable clothes, the humidity can be very irritating.

Dress code for women teachers

Here are some ideas on what you can wear when teaching:

  • a dress that is knee-length or longer with a small sleeve or longer and has a standard neckline
  • dress pants and a button shirt with a sleeve on
  • a knee-length skirt or longer and button shirt sleeve
  • you can wear a sleeveless blouse but use a jacket cardigan
  • black shoes, high heel shoes or flat shoes are all acceptable as long as they are closed

Some schools allow a casual get up once a week, it’s best to ask your school coordinator about the proper dress code when teaching.

Dress code for men teachers

Here are some ideas on the dress code for men teachers:

  • dress pants and a button sleeve shirt
  • dress pants and a polo shirt
  • black shoes
  • it is not expected to wear a tie unless specified by your school

Some days, casual jeans and a shirt is allowed but it’s best to ask your school coordinator to explain to you the dress code.

FINAL THOUGHTS

The most important things to remember are; the demand for an ESL job, visa options, working experience, educational background, TEFL/TESOL/CELTA certificate, English centre vs Public School, salary, and job requirements. These are the things you need to know before you decide on teaching English in Vietnam or hopping on a plane heading to Vietnam or worse committing and signing a job contract.

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FAQs

How much is the salary of an English teacher in Vietnam? ›

Salary. The average monthly income in Vietnam is approximately $1,500 USD (typical for most teachers who work for one language school).

What visa do I need to teach English in Vietnam? ›

A 3 month visa with single entry is commonly advised to apply first when planning up to teach English here in Vietnam. You can also apply for a 3-month multiple-entries visa which allows you to go out and re-enter the country during the 3 months.

Is Vietnam accepting English teachers? ›

Language Requirements

If you are a qualified non-native English speaker, you can be considered for ESL teaching jobs in Vietnam. You must be fluent in English and speak at a native level. Native-English speakers from the U.S., U.K., Ireland, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, or South Africa are highly preferred.

What qualifications are required for teachers in Vietnam? ›

Requirements to teach in Vietnam:

Hold a Bachelor's degree + TEFL certificate. 0 – 1 year of teaching experience for K-12. Native English speaker.

What is good Vietnam salary? ›

Wage and salary in Vietnam are very dissimilar across occupations and contrast starkly between urban and rural areas. The average wage per person in Vietnam is around 3.45 million VND ($150) a month and differentiated by many factors.
...
Average Salary.
CareerAverage monthly salary (VND/USD)
Real Estate17 million VND ~ $720 US
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How much are Vietnam visa fees? ›

Type of visaService feeStamping fee
1 month single entry90 USD25 USD
1 month multiple entry95 USD50 USD
3 months single entry120 USD25 USD
3 months multiple entry135 USD50 USD

How much does a work permit cost in Vietnam? ›

Vietnam Visa Cost
Permit TypeCost
Single Entry 1 Month25 USD/Stamp*
Single Entry 3 Months25 USD/Stamp
Multiple Entry 1 Month50 USD/Stamp
Multiple Entry 3 Months50 USD/Stamp
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How much is cost of living in Vietnam? ›

Vietnam's most expensive city is Ho Chi Minh City, followed by Hanoi. Even in these two places, a couple can enjoy a comfortable, middle-class lifestyle for less than $1,300 per month.
...
Cost of Living in Vietnam.
ExpenseU.S. $
Entertainment (eating out five nights a week, including beer or soft drinks)$250 to $300
Monthly Total:$899 to $1,469
10 more rows

How long can you teach English in Vietnam for? ›

Teaching contracts in Vietnam usually last around 12 months, and the country is a great fit for nomadic types who want to settle in one place for a while. Because there is so much to see and do in Vietnam, it makes for a great first destination for anyone interested in teaching English abroad.

How much are English lessons in Vietnam? ›

Private English tutoring in Vietnam

Most private tutors charge anywhere from $15-$35 USD per student per hour and it is up to you and your experience what your English teacher salary in Vietnam will be. For the most part these individuals are able to set their own hours and schedule.

How much do international schools pay in Vietnam? ›

Here are some of the salary ranges you might expect for different types of teaching jobs in Vietnam: Private language centers: $1,200-$1,800 per month. Public schools: $1,500-$2,100 per month. Universities: $900-$2,200 per month.

How can I find an English teaching job in Vietnam? ›

The minimum requirements for a work visa are a bachelor's degree, a criminal background check, and being a native speaker. Many employers also require a 120-hour English teaching certificate (such as a TEFL certificate). Some will ask for teaching experience, others will give you a chance without it.

How can I teach in Vietnam without a degree? ›

In a literal sense therefore, if you hold post-secondary school certification that involved a time commitment of around 2 years, quality TESOL certification and if you can jump through a few more hoops (certifying documents and suchlike), teaching English in Vietnam without a degree is not only possible, it's legal.

How can I get ESL job in Vietnam? ›

You need a degree and TEFL, preferably 1 year of experience. Native speakers with a degree and TEFL can apply to ILA. Language Link has over 40 schools. Teachers with a degree and 120-hour practical TEFL can apply.

Is a TEFL certificate worth it? ›

Is TEFL Certification worth it? Yes. If you want to get a good teaching job and be an effective teacher for your students, then it is definitely worth it. Remember, most schools worldwide require a TEFL certification; and once you're certified you can the ball rolling on applying and interviewing for jobs.

How much do English teachers get paid in Dubai? ›

Benefits for Teaching Jobs in Dubai
Teaching Benefit TypeTeaching Benefit Details
Monthly Salary14,000 – 21,000 AED, depending on experience and credentials
AirfareYearly air ticket provided
Working Hours35-40 hours/week, 5 days a week (Sunday-Thursday)
AccommodationProvided or housing allowance
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Which country needs teachers the most? ›

China. Based on many studies, China runs at the top of the list. China has continued to be the most sought-after teaching destination right now because it has almost 300 million English learners.

What is the minimum wage in Vietnam 2022? ›

On 12 June 2022, the Government issued a new order (Decree 38/2022/ND-CP) prescribing statutory minimum wages paid to employees working under labour contracts. Accordingly, the statutory minimum wage per month has increased by an average of 6% (from VND 180,000/month to VND 260,000/month).

How much money do I need for 1 month in Vietnam? ›

Our rough estimate was a budget of around US$ 3,000 (total for 2 people) for 30 days. That worked out at US$ 50 per day per person, which is a comfortable amount for Vietnam and would allow us room for the occasional splurge. We break down our travel expenses into the following categories: Flights.

How much does a car cost in Vietnam? ›

The price range for hatchbacks is 120,000 – 500,000, mid-size sedans range from 600,000 – 12,00,000 and luxury sedans range from 14,00,000 – 45,00,000. SUV's start at 900,000 and go up to 60,00,000.

How do I get a Vietnam visa for 2022? ›

Access to the Vietnam e-visa online official website https://evisa.xuatnhapcanh.gov.vn > select E-visa > select For foreigners.
  1. Start your Vietnam evisa online application here.
  2. Guide to get Vietnam evisa online.
  3. Upload photos for Vietnam electronic visa application.
  4. Vietnam e-visa application form.
  5. Sample of Vietnam e visa.

Can I get a 5 year visa for Vietnam? ›

5-year visa exemption for Vietnam is granted to Vietnamese overseas, foreigners who are spouses, children of Vietnamese overseas, or Vietnamese citizens. The visa exemption certificate acts as a long-term visa for its holders to visit Vietnam at any time within 5 years.

How much is a 1 year visa to Vietnam? ›

The fee is $95 for Vietnam 6 months multiple entry visa and $135 for 1 year multiple entry visa.

What is the age limit to work in Vietnam? ›

The legal working age in Vietnam is 15, and there are different labor regulations for people under 18 and under 15. Children under 13 can also work but only in certain sectors of entertainment such as dancing, singing, and acting, or sports.

Is it easy to get work visa in Vietnam? ›

A work permit is required when working in Vietnam for more than three months. This should ideally be applied 15 days by the employer with the provincial Ministry of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs (MoLISA) before the foreign worker commences their employment. Work permit processing times take up to 10 business days.

How long does Vietnam visa last? ›

The most popular type of visa for Vietnam is Tourist Visa which is normally valid for 15-30 days. Tourist visa can be extended once you are arriving to Vietnam. In some cases, you can apply for a 3 month visa for tourism purpose; the procedure will be the same with 1 month visa.

How much is apartment in Vietnam? ›

Accommodation
DescriptionCost
A room in a shared apartmentFrom $150 to $300 (depending on the location)
Modest apartmentFrom $200 to $500
Large apartmentFrom $400 to $1,000
Small houseFrom $250 to $800
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Is it cheaper to live in Vietnam or the Philippines? ›

The average cost of living in the Philippines ($587) is 6% less expensive than in Vietnam ($622). the Philippines ranked 146th vs 139th for Vietnam in the list of the most expensive countries in the world.

What is the average salary in Vietnam 2022? ›

Wages in Vietnam averaged 4805.78 VND Thousand/Month from 2007 until 2022, reaching an all time high of 6700 VND Thousand/Month in the third quarter of 2022 and a record low of 1399 VND Thousand/Month in the fourth quarter of 2007.

Should I teach English in Vietnam? ›

Due to the demand for teachers, Vietnam offers the perfect teaching job abroad for those who have just gained their TEFL qualification, with plenty of entry-level jobs teaching English to be found across the country. Wages are good, enabling teachers to afford a good standard of life without having to work overtime.

How much is cost of living in Vietnam? ›

Vietnam's most expensive city is Ho Chi Minh City, followed by Hanoi. Even in these two places, a couple can enjoy a comfortable, middle-class lifestyle for less than $1,300 per month.
...
Cost of Living in Vietnam.
ExpenseU.S. $
Entertainment (eating out five nights a week, including beer or soft drinks)$250 to $300
Monthly Total:$899 to $1,469
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How much do English teachers make in Cambodia? ›

How much can you make teaching English in Cambodia? English teachers in Cambodia can expect to make $700 - $1,000 USD per month in Cambodia. With the cost of living being so low, you can expect to save between $200 - $500 USD per month.

How much do English teachers make in Thailand? ›

Conservatively, a typical first-time English teacher in Thailand can expect to make 30,000 - 35,000 Thai Baht (approximately $850 - $1000 USD) and many are able to make more.

How long can you teach English in Vietnam for? ›

Teaching contracts in Vietnam usually last around 12 months, and the country is a great fit for nomadic types who want to settle in one place for a while. Because there is so much to see and do in Vietnam, it makes for a great first destination for anyone interested in teaching English abroad.

How can I get ESL job in Vietnam? ›

You need a degree and TEFL, preferably 1 year of experience. Native speakers with a degree and TEFL can apply to ILA. Language Link has over 40 schools. Teachers with a degree and 120-hour practical TEFL can apply.

Are teachers respected in Vietnam? ›

Education and culture in Vietnam

The Vietnamese are invested in the future of the youth and see education as playing a central role in their nation's prosperity. As such, teachers are valued for their contribution and enjoy high levels of respect.

How much is apartment in Vietnam? ›

Accommodation
DescriptionCost
A room in a shared apartmentFrom $150 to $300 (depending on the location)
Modest apartmentFrom $200 to $500
Large apartmentFrom $400 to $1,000
Small houseFrom $250 to $800
1 more row

How much does a car cost in Vietnam? ›

The price range for hatchbacks is 120,000 – 500,000, mid-size sedans range from 600,000 – 12,00,000 and luxury sedans range from 14,00,000 – 45,00,000. SUV's start at 900,000 and go up to 60,00,000.

Is it cheaper to live in Vietnam or the Philippines? ›

The average cost of living in the Philippines ($587) is 6% less expensive than in Vietnam ($622). the Philippines ranked 146th vs 139th for Vietnam in the list of the most expensive countries in the world.

Is there an age limit to teach English in Cambodia? ›

Generally speaking, there are no age limits to teach English abroad as long as you are over 21. Although many teach abroad programs target recent college graduates and people in their twenties, older adults can leverage their maturity and experience to secure jobs teaching abroad well beyond their sixties.

How long does it take to get a work visa for Cambodia? ›

The process may take 15 to 20 days. Individuals who need help with the application may engage with the services of Acclime. The work permit is valid for one year. However, it will only be valid until 31 December of the year the permit was issued.

Do I need a degree to teach English in Cambodia? ›

In Cambodia, having a degree is not a requirement to secure employment, but a 120-hour TEFL certificate is becoming more of a necessity for good jobs both in state and local private institutions. If you plan to work in a large international language school, then your TEFL certificate is highly recommended.

Which country has the highest paid teachers? ›

Luxembourg. According to an OECD report, Luxembourg (a European country) has the highest-paid teachers in the world. Another source indicates that a bachelor's degree holder is entitled to an initial salary of €67,000 (US $70,323.20) per annum at the start of their teaching career.

How much is the salary of Filipino teacher in Thailand? ›

Usually, the salary range is between 15,000 ThB to 25,000 ThB. That is equivalent to 23,000 PhP to 38,000 PhP per month. In fact, there are teachers that are lucky enough to have a salary of 27,000 ThB per month, which is equivalent to 41,400 pesos.

How much is rent in Thailand? ›

Here's a sample monthly budget for two people living comfortably in Chiang Mai:
ExpenseU.S. $
Rent (furnished, two-bedroom condo or house)$640
High-speed Internet$32
Cable TV (top-of-the-line package)$64
Electricity (constant AC)$106
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