Living the 4-Hour Workweek Lifestyle on Tropical Islands Answers: What is the Cost of Living in Thailand?

In the book "12 Weeks in Thailand: The Good Life on the Cheap" the author quits his job in Los Angeles to pursue an easy life of training Muay Thai and Scuba Diving while living the good life for less than $600 a month.

Waking up to the rat race every day can be exhausting. The daily struggles with work, money, relationship problems and similar issues make life a little less enjoyable and can take their toll on people's health and overall well-being. Stop dreaming about what life will be like upon retirement and take the plunge.

"12 Weeks in Thailand: The Good Life on the Cheap" is a real life 4-Hour Workweek Success Story. Stressed out with working the 9-5 job in Los Angeles, the author Johnny F.D. takes a three-week vacation to Thailand only to discover his passion for Scuba Diving and Muay Thai. A fun and valuable memoir, the book details how people can live in the luxury that Thailand has to offer, never have to be stressed out with work again.

Answering the question "what is the cost of living in Thailand", the book targets people who think about moving to a beautiful tropical country like Thailand and enjoy life without common worries such as money.

Mikael from Norway shares what he thinks of the book: "I'm a really shy and introverted 22-year-old man, so I guess I don't really know much about what my life will bring. All I know is that you made me certain about taking the first step, and for that, I can't thank you enough. I just really wanted you to know that it means a lot that you shared your experience."

In this true account, Johnny F.D. explains how he ended up doing the things he love, and also teaches how to earn good money while loving in Thailand. Even though he was scared and all of his friends and family warned him against it, Johnny traveled around all of Thailand, trained at the best Muay Thai gyms and fought professionally - all while making money online and taking beautiful Swedish girls in Bikinis out scuba diving.

The book emphasizes how moving to and living in the country can give anyone a stress-free, amazing life for less than $600 a month. It also cites the most reliable Thailand Muay Thai blog, which points people to the best gyms to train at.

To find out more about the "12 Weeks in Thailand: The Good Life on the Cheap", please visit http://www.12WeeksinThailand.com for information.

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