Have you noticed what a difference it makes knowing someone in a strange country?
I spent 30 years as a butler moving a family across the world at a moment’s notice, finding accommodation, banking, medical, dental and legal services, and handling everything from security to shopping. But when it was my turn to move and I spent an expensive, frustrating year creating a life for myself in Thailand. It was a new culture with different attitudes, expectations, customs, and laws. I wasted a small fortune on bad leases, bad advice, and unnecessary expenses. Then I met Khun Aom. She was born and grew up here, she’s a Temple dancer, mother of two, and accountant. She filled in the gaps in my life and explained the intricacies and delights of Thai culture. So we teamed up to help make your move to Thailand fun, interesting, and economical – instead of tedious, boring, and expensive. Together we handle the hassles with you – from visas to cars, condos, shopping and dining – in days instead of months. We even have a 24-hour service that straightens out cultural, legal and medical emergencies for you...while you’re on the phone. Our clients rave about their experience, and so will you.
Khun Aom is known as Aimie to her Western friends. “They just couldn’t get their tongues around ‘Aom’", she says. Most people who visit Thailand (even folks living here) never even meet a Thai. That makes it hard to understand our culture. But you’ll get to know me. I was born and raised in Chiang Mai, I’m a Temple dancer, mother of two, accountant and lover of Thai culture. I’ll show you around, explain our exotic buildings and customs and get you plugged into all the local resources and people you’ll need for your new life. And you’ll always have someone to call in emergencies, or when you’re puzzled about something.
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