Moving To Thailand ebook by Vern Lovic

New Thailand EBook: Moving to Thailand

Moving To Thailand ebook by Vern Lovic

“Moving to Thailand “ was an Amazon Best Seller

Moving to Thailand from your home country takes a lot of problem solving. Not just before you go, but after you arrive. In fact, it’s the details of the problem solving that usually destroy a plan to move to Thailand.

Covered in Moving to Thailand – Your 2nd Life Begins!:

  • Preplanning – before you leave your home country
  • What to bring, and more importantly, what not to bring
  • Staying connected to your money at home or bringing it?
  • Cost of Living – How little can you realistically live on?
  • Money Saving Secrets – from long-term expats
  • Technology – keeping your identity, personal information, and money safe
  • Thai Culture – when to wai and when you’re about to get a bottle to the back of your head
  • Housing – how to choose, how to find it, what to expect
  • Visa – essentials
  • Making Money in Thailand – teaching as well as many alternatives given
  • Escape Plan – the best laid plans can fail. When is it time to throw in the towel?

If you’re moving to Thailand you can’t do without this book. Imagine reading some other book that portrays giving you everything you need… You arrive in Thailand and realize you don’t know everything you need to know. What will you do?

Get this book – you won’t be disappointed.



11 thoughts on “New Thailand EBook: Moving to Thailand”

  1. I wanted to pick this ebook up as well! However, I can’t seem to find a link to purchase it. Also, I purchased “Living in Thailand” yesterday and the link in my email seems broken. Thanks.


    1. Ok Matt, I’m writing it now. Yours is about the 8th request for this book and I guess there’s enough interest to justify doing it. I hope there’s a lot of people that didn’t write to ask for it. lol. Cheers man.

  2. Hi, I had a thai girlfriend, or so i thought, here in USA; but it turned out that she was very PROMISCUOUS with men and women, I loved her so much, I can’t seem to get her out of my mind. I believe that the only way i could remedy my pain is if I find another thai lady; but this time i want to retire in Thailand. I am 55 years of age, I work for the federal government in the health field. i’m a registered nurse. I have not being in Thailand; but from what I’ve been told and from what I see, it is the place where i would like to go spend the rest of my days! Please give me some words of wisdom. Thank you.

    1. Some people find life partners in Thailand online. I have a friend that did just that. It seems like a good idea for you. Know that you will have to talk to maybe a half-dozen girls at a time and meet them all when you come over to Thailand. Maybe one will turn out to be a good match… there’s nothing easy about finding a great match for you – online, or even being here. Best of luck…

  3. We are moving to Chiang Mai in August. I really liked the parts of the book about how to make money apart from teaching English. Thanks Mike!

  4. Just a note to let everyone know I did meet a wonderful Thai lady November 21, 2013 and I have now moved to Thailand and married her. I will never go back to the USSA where I came from as Thailand is such a wonderful country from the country itself, to the climate to the people to of course my wife and family. It took going through a lot of women to find the lady I will be spending the rest of my life with but it was worth it. I moved to Thailand and married the same day, January 15, 2015. Good luck to all who try to do what I already did, and I hope all find a lady as wonderful as I did.

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