Not just for UK travellers, as in general the Baht is quite strong, though with the Brexit shenanigans, the £ is still dropping, and could quite easily go to 40 or under.
If it did, would you still consider Thailand good value for money, would it impact you in how many times or length of trip?
When I started coming it was 70, so relative to me, It costs me quite a bit more.
I also somehow have this mental block where I always equate it to 50, or hope for 50, some chance at present.
Accommodation is still really cheap, ladies too I suppose ( I don't indulge now, except with my own, mine being different )
Flights are also cheaper now than when I first stated coming, last few times under £500 direct.
Or is it that there is nowhere else quite like Pattaya, so you'd come anyway?
It's changing, absolutely. When I first started coming, it was a man's town. Now I see loads of families (mine included) but more so lots of middle aged females in groups waddling across 2nd road etc. Years ago they just wouldn't have been there.
What say you?