I understand the fear some people have when it comes to living on a fixed budget.
On our free site we have a “Retirement Budget Calculator” that breaks down your monthly budget into Baht. So on a Category 1 budget (monthly $500-$700) where you need need cheap food are there still cheap options available? Eating in cheap restaurants is an option but the cleanliness could be called into question. But if you look around you can still find great values even for Cat 1 RIPpers. Here is an example of an option for you to still be able to eat delicious Thai food cheap and stick to your budget. Check it out.
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