Can I use TransferWise in Thailand?
Pro tip: TransferWise is obviously great for sending money to people in Thailand, but for anyone who makes repeated trips to the Land of Smiles, you can also keep a local bank account, fund it through these transfers, and save on all those 220 Baht ($7 USD) ATM fees that can really start to add up.
How do I receive money from Wu?
Choose how you want to receive money
- Visit a Western Union agent location.
- Provide your sender’s details, including the Money Transfer Control Number (MTCN).
- Show a government-issued photo ID.
- Get your money once your details have been verified.
Can I send money through Western Union from Thailand?
Western Union agents in Thailand provide options to send money online. Our bank partners Bank Of Ayudhya and Krung Thai Bank have integrated Western Union into their online services.
What is the cheapest way to send money to Thailand?
The cheapest way to send money to Thailand will almost always be to make a transfer to a bank account in Thailand via a specialized online money transfer operator, which you can pay by debit card or local bank transfer.
Is Thai baht a restricted currency?
Local Currency There is no limit on the amount of Thai baht bank notes that may be brought into the country. A person traveling to Vietnam, the People’s Republic of China (only Yunnan province) and Thailand’s bordering countries is allowed to take out up to THB 2,000,000.
What’s the limit for Western Union?
Maximum amount that can be sent is $ 7,500 USD per transaction or its equivalent in local currency.
Which bank in Thailand has Western Union?
You can use Bangkok Bank’s Western Union money transfer service via Bangkok Bank Mobile Banking, Bualuang iBanking, Bualuang Western Union RING, branches and FX booths.
How much money can I send to Thailand?
Legally, the threshold is $10,000 USD. Many banks report transactions as low as $1,000 USD.