Phuket Resources

Dental Tourism in Phuket: $8,000 Savings and Paradise Island Perks

According to recent research, Aussies, especially those aged 45 to 55, have led the boom in Phuket medical tourism with dental care one of the top three most popular treatment segments. Dental tourists and local expats agree it’s the combination of Phuket’s state-of-the-art specialist dental clinics as well as the major cost saving compared to Read more...

Savouring Life’s Luxuries on Thailand’s Royal Coast

Happily settled in the growing expat hub of Hua Hin on Thailand’s Royal Coast, Robyn Lynch, 52, and Frank Rizzo, 57, avail of luxuries they could never have considered back in Sydney. “We have a maid come to clean the house for four hours a week for less than $20,” says Robyn. “And we have some garden guys that come for four hours once a fortnight at a cost of $60 a visit...

Retire in Tropical Comfort: Rent $775 a Month, a Massage Just $10

Turquoise waters lap the white-sand beach fringed with casuarina trees. There are no jet skis or banana boats here; just a few stand-up paddle boarders and a kayak or two. There’s not a beach lounger in sight, just some mats and towels strewn in the shade. The birds are singing in the trees and I’m lazily considering getting a massage in these idyllic surroundings.

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