Your question: Are tattoos cheaper in Thailand?

Tattoos in Thailand are cheaper than their western counterparts when you compare quality to quality. A top-tier Thai shop, like mine, is probably more expensive than a bottom-tier shop in the United States and maybe even more expensive than a mid-tier.

Are tattoos OK in Thailand?

Tattoos are accepted in Thailand, with many Thais sporting a variety of tattoos. Actually Thailand is extremely popular with tourists looking for quality tattoos at a reasonable cost. Religious tattoos are accepted. Others are allowed but not exposed especially while working.

Do you have to cover tattoos in Thailand?

I think you will have no particular issues as long as you do not insist to show off your tattoos by undressing to a degree that Thais will consider inappropriate. For instance, walking shirtless on a Bangkok street is bad form even if you don’t have any tattoos.

Is 20 baht a good tip?

Tipping in hotels is not expected, but again is always appreciated, for instance 20 – 50 baht for the porter that carried your bags up to your room, or 20 baht left under your pillow for the cleaner. In all restaurants it is customary to leave behind any loose change in coins as a tip.

What tattoos are offensive in Thailand?

In Thailand, the head is considered the most sacred part of the body, and the feet are considered disrespectful. It is for this reason that any person getting a Buddhist tattoo should think twice before getting one below the waste—it could be considered very offensive.

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What is a yakuza tattoo?

Yakuza tattoos can be colorful or complicated black outlines. They typically cover the entire body from the shoulders down to the legs, called a Yakuza bodysuit. Focused on Japanese mythology and the history of the Yakuza, these Japanese tattoos show the person’s identity to the world.

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