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Grimaces replace smiles for retirees

Grimaces replace smiles for retirees

interview: Law still imposes plenty of curbs on what foreigners can do, writes Wassayos Ngamkham

Immigration Bureau deputy commander Pol Maj Gen Achayon Kraithong.

Based on the recent Annual Global Retirement Index 2022 by the travel magazine International Living, Thailand ranked 11th out of 25 in terms of the world’s most desirable places to retire this year.

When looking at destinations in Southeast Asia, Thailand was No 1, followed by Cambodia (14th), Malaysia (15th), Bali (16th) and Vietnam (18th). The index did not include Singapore.

Here, the Bangkok Post talks to Immigration Bureau deputy commander Pol Maj Gen Achayon Kraithong to find out if the current regulations support this claim.

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