Purchase Thai Baht with Australian Dollars. Your amount will round to 100 Thai Baht. We will provide you with a mix of denominations. If you need something specific please enter a comment at the bottom of the checkout page.
Thailand has been a favourite holiday destination for Australians for many years now. The main areas visited are Bangkok (often on the way to, or from, Europe), Phuket, Koh Samui and Chang Mai.
The Currency Exchange keeps a stock of Thai Baht, so you don’t usually need to order them in advance, but that can be a good idea if you are after a larger amount or are travelling at a busy time. As far as possible we keep all denominations from 1000s to 100s (about $40 to $4 worth) but may have some smaller if we have bought them in fromξreturningξcustomers.
ATMs will be available in most cities but may be limited beyond the city limits. All ATMs will dispense local currency. If you are taking a Cash Passport to Indonesia it is best to load your funds in Australian dollars. Many of the main tourist hotels have an ATM in the lobby. This is a safer environment to withdraw your cash. ATMs are also available at supermarkets and banks. It seems that all Thai ATMs are currently charging 150 Baht (about $5) for all foreigners to use the ATM machines. This information is from returning customers and is subject to change.