One of the nice things about Thailand is that their unemployment rate is virtually nonexistent. The reason is because it’s so easy for anyone to start a business; you could literally go pick (or buy) some fruit somewhere and make a business by selling fresh-cut fruit anywhere with a lot of foot traffic.
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If you wanted to, an easy business that would require nothing more than buying some plastic straws and a butcher’s knife would be selling ice-cold coconuts at the gym after training – they are a fantastic source of electrolytes and very refreshing. Probably the easiest way to make money in Thailand, though if you’re here long term, is to buy a second hand motorbike (for 10,000 – 15,000 baht) and rent it out to people at the gym. You could do so with nothing more than a paper flier on the wall; you could charge 2,500 baht a month and tell the renter that they would just have to pay for any damages out of pocket.
Within four months your bike will be completely paid off – everything after that would be profit. The best thing is, when you go to sell the bike, you’ll most likely get 80% – 100% of what you paid for it. A variation of this idea would be to buy and sell those second hand bikes; just make sure you find a good mechanic and fix up the bikes before you sell them for a profit. Labor is ridiculously cheap in Thailand, you’ll be surprised how cheap it is to take your bike to the shop.
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