Some western expats who retire in Thailand are now moving away, and those who have enjoyed a cheap paradise are losing interest as the nation becomes more inaccessible with new restrictions.

But there is a way you can buy Thai citizenship, and it does not require you to have health insurance.
Before we get into that, here’s what some expats are saying about retiring in Thailand and about the retirement visa.

Thailand’s visa requirements are not difficult, particularly for the “rich”, who have a variety of alternatives. At the top of my head, the Elite and Investment Visas are the obvious two. They are only tough for those who are unable or unwilling to invest. This is not the demographic to which Thailand is attempting to appeal.

You’d be hard-pressed to find more straightforward or affordable visa requirements in the region; the Philippines is probably the only country with an SRRV (though this requires just as many, if not more, hoops to jump through), Malaysia recently doubled the financial requirements for MM2H, Cambodia has a dodgy business visa that could be revoked at any time, and I’m not sure Vietnam has anything.

On the other hand, if you’re able and willing to invest in Thailand, living here is quite simple.

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