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Change Thai Baht to Mandalay Airport - Myanmar Message Board
Now that I am in Thailand and fly to Mandalay from here, did I wonder if it is possible to switch to Kyats at Mandalay Aiport? I will not be able to use my ATM in Myanmar, so I have to take everything in bar! I' ve already traded enough $ for some hotel and some small things, but if I could trade my money in for Kyat, I probably wouldn't lose so much on exchange rate!
You will find it on the right side of the entrance to the building. Nowadays, the exchange rate is one Baht equals 30 Myanmar Kyats. Do you have any ideas if the 1000 TB notes can have a crease in the center of a pocket? Did anyone charge Thai Baht at the Rangoon Yangon International Airfield?
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Thailand - Foreign exchange controls
Contains the management of forex and its impact on the US operations; Thailand uses a system of administered floats in which the value of the Burt is driven by prevailing markets so that the value of the Burt can be in line with the underlying underlyings. Bank-of-Thailand interferes on a regular basis in the markets to avoid undue instability and to meet political objectives, including that the BAT should not become too high or too low against the main Thai trade partners' exchange rates.
Bank of Thailand bans loans to non-residents if the lender does not engage in any of its trading or investing operations in Thailand. The Thailand Board of Investments states that non-residents may import unlimited amounts of FX and tradable securities into Thailand in the course of transportation in transits. Foreigners can also take all currencies they have provided out of the state.
However, persons in transit are not permitted to take more than 50,000 Bahts per passenger, except for travel to neighbouring Thailand (Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia, Malaysia and Vietnam), where an amount of up to 500,000 Bahts is permitted. The amount of Thai currencies that may be introduced into the sovereign debt is not restricted, and there is no limit for importing currencies such as mutual fund, off-shore and suchlike.
However, this foreigncurrency must be purchased within seven working nights after receiving or entering Thai Bahts or must be converted or transferred to a foreigncurrency balance at an authorised Thai banking institution. A F.T. 3 or F.T. 4 request must be filed with an authorised institution for any transactions that involve the purchase, exchange or deposits of such currencies in excess of USD 5,000 or the same.
The repayment of mutual fund, dividend and profit as well as the repayment of loans and interest on them can take place free of charge after payment of all accruing tax. Similarly, borrower's notes and drafts can be sent abroad without restrictions.