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Dual Pricing applies to tourists only

Sirindorn Museum

Sirindorn Museum in Kalasin. 100/50b vs 40/10b. Foreign residents (Pink card) pay Thai prices. Interesting Museum and certainly a good place to visit with kids.

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Dual Pricing applies to all foreigners

Hall of Opium

Chiang Rai, Hall of opium museum has #2pricethailand. Thai 150 baht, foreigners 200 baht

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Dual Pricing applies to all foreigners

Erawan Museum

The Erawan Museum, Samut Prakan. Entrance fee 400 Baht for foreigners, 200 Baht for Thai. It is not a museum, only some artifacts and picture

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Dual Pricing applies to all foreigners

National Museum of Ban Chiang

Ban Chiang historical museum is an amazing place outlining one of Thailand’s most important archaeological sites. But too bad about the #2pricethailand policy

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Dual Pricing applies to all foreigners

Chiang Saen National Museum

Lovely City Chiang Saen what a stunning place to walk around and see 12c Wats and a great culture. All free… Until the word national

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Dual Pricing applies to all foreigners

Chiang Mai National Museum

Even my much loved Chiang Mai National Museum, with no visitors the last time I was there, imposes dual pricing. 100 baht for me, 40

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The intention of this website is to give foreigners the “Right to Choose”.
We don’t think it is fair that some tourist attractions disguise the fact that they have a dual price system.
Our opinion is that if they want to overcharge foreign tourists by as much as 200% then that is their decision. But, don’t do it in a way that is both sneaky and insulting.
Many Thais and foreigners agree that the dual pricing system is hurting the image of both the tourism industry and Thailand itself. Thai people are internationally known for their kind and generous hospitality. The actions of a few tourist attractions are damaging that reputation. We respectfully request a transparent pricing system in Thailand as the first step. But, ultimately we would like to see the #2PriceThailand policy abolished.

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  1. Your Facebook post must contain one or more photos of the pricing at the attraction you were visiting (this can also be a screenshot of the official website of the attraction).
  2. You must state all prices (locals, expats and optionally tourists) in your posting.
  3. You must reference a place or attraction that can be found in Google Maps

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