Typically, an electricity bill ranges between 1,000 to 2,000 Baht per month. However, based on how frequently air-conditioning is use, the electricity bill can run around 4,000 Baht per month.
The average water will is between 300 to 500 Baht a month. However, some apartment buildings have fixed water rates which means that the cost will vary.
There are a number of pertinent documents needed in the rental procedure:
- Certified copy of passport.
- Copy of Work Permit (if you have one).
- Contract rent agreement.
In most cases, if you rent an apartment, the building will pay for the bills, i.e. telephone and electricity, and add the cost to your monthly rent. When evaluating different locations, be sure to pay attention to the utilities costs as they may vary from place to place.
There are numerous ways to make utilities payments in Thailand. Typically, it is paid from your bank account and the receipt is sent back to you. However, it is also common to pay utility bills at 7/11 stores