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eating out

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eating out

can anyone help please what is the average cost of having a meal out in a restaurant? i know that wine is very expensive. what is the cost of larger? and spirits? does anyone know you duty free allowance from the united kingdom please kind replies please as i have some awful people who have not been helpful and very rude

many thanks katherine

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1. Re: eating out

Sorry to hear people have been rude Katherine. Can't help you with cost of meals out as we don't go to Phuket for a few months. But the duty free allowance into Thailand (as far as I can see from the Thai Tourism website) is 200 cigs or 250 grams of tobacco plus one litre of wine or spirits. That's per person. Might be best to check when you get to the airport for your flight out in case it's changed. That seems to be the usual amounts if you're travelling to a non-EU country.

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2. Re: eating out

Kath, have a look through some of the existing forum threads here, many of them have the information you're looking for, see the ones that deal with 'how much money to take', 'how expensive' etc lots of information about cost of meals and drinks including, "large Singha 140-150 bht"

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3. Re: eating out

Cathy and Gary's website has some great information about prices:

www.cathyandgarystravelpages.com/phuket.htm

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4. Re: eating out

Thank you

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Thank you

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