Turn Your Re-THAI-erment Dreams Into a Reality!
Our Exclusive Member Site Is THE Place to Get ALL the Details About a Life In Thailand Without Getting Overwhelmed and Confused (and make new friends!)
Are you tired of all the conflicting and outdated information about living in Thailand?
My job is to get you from where you are now to where you want to be ... easily!
This membership site is aimed at removing the hurdles and smoothing out the learning curves and helping you get the updated and necessary information and details you need compiled all in one place to help you decide, plan, prepare and settle into your new Re-THAI-erment home.
I will show you how to deal with every important aspect of living in Thailand and put your fears aside.
Get details about visas, relationships, housing, costs, customs, food, safety and much, much more!
Inside we have 65 Forums, 2791 Topics and 33008 Posts covering every aspect of life in Thailand!
Over 600 private video postings, not shown on YouTube, covering visas, relationships, housing, costs, customs, food, safety and much more!
All free printable and downloadable documents for immigration, last wills, marriages, income verification and more
Thai Language Resources
Free language resources and programs to help you to be able to quickly communicate in the Thai language!
Weekly Video Reports
Every week a new weekly update covering what is happening in the news and in Thailand that affects expats.
Ask and get answers LIVE and connect with the RC Asia community to establish friends before even getting here!
Finding information relevant to your specific journey to a retirement in Thailand can be confusing, conflicting and time consuming. Not any more! We have made it simple with our RIPper (Retiree In Paradise) Pathway to Knowledge feature! So easy. You pick what stage are you in your dream of living in Thailand ... Deciding, Planning, Preparing or Settling in to your new life. You are presented with the relevant information specific to your own journey! Getting to and living a peaceful, contented life in Thailand has never been easier.
What Members Are Saying.....
To say a membership to Retire Cheap.asia is a must is the understatement of the year. It is the ONLY paid site on the Internet I pay anything for. Retirement in Asia IS a real option and to try to do it (even if you're in the planning or deciding stages) without a RCA membership is NOT an option. Pays for itself many, many times over.
I joined a couple of years before I moved to Thailand and I have lived here now nearly two years. This is without a doubt the best investment I could ever have made to made to learn everything necessary to make my decision to move and, just as importantly, to learn all about the rules, customs, laws and other nuances necessary to enjoy my life here. JC's depth and breadth of knowledge continues to amaze me! And when he refers to his RCA family, it in not an overstatement! I truly feel a sense of belonging to a family. I can't see myself ever dropping my membership.. Best investment in adapting to living in Thailand ever!!!
Members have access to a wealth of info that may not be easily accessible elsewhere. Well worth the nominal membership fee. Recommended whether you are planning to move or are already here.
This is a very informative and well "put together" site that is an important source of inside information about successful retirement in Thailand.
I’ve been a member of RCAsia for over three years now, and continue to be amazed at all the great info I find on the website. JC keeps up-to-date with new info and updates older info as needed, and the community on the website is the best! Members always willing to help out and share their knowledge. I plan on being a member long after my move to Thailand and look forward to sharing my experiences, and hopefully helping other members along the way.
From the time I was old enough to be on my own I have been in love with different cultures. I set out on my adventure as a teenager delivering boats to the Caribbean. I witnessed amazing and happy people that didn’t have all the luxuries that the people back home had but were very happy and generous.