Hit the link above to transport you to the best site in Thailand to compare currency exchange rates. The converter provides data for all currencies and currency types (TT, Notes, Sight Bill, Cheque, Draft). The rates are checked every 10 minutes, so you can see which banks have the highest rates at any particular time of day. Most Thai banks will charge 180 baht for using their ATM to get currency using your credit or debit card issued by your bank back home. To see the rates that you would get from an ATM, select the "TT" currency type.
This site was created to save you money by allowing you to easily compare the current foreign exchange rates at various banks. Simply choosing to exchange money at the bank with the best rate can save you a substantial amount, especially if you convert a large amount and especially when converting from some currencies such as the Korean Won (KRW), Chinese Yuan (CNY) and Indian Rupee (INR).
A secondary goal is to increase competition amongst the banks such that the exchange rates will improve for everyone. These are the actual rates that you'd get if you were to exchange currency at the bank, and would be different to the interbank currency market exchange rates that you'd find on other sites. These retail rates are more relevant to travelers, foreigners or small to medium sized businesses who need to convert relatively small amounts of money (usually in the form of physical notes or electronically through an ATM), whereas interbank exchange rates are more relevant to financial market professionals who trade currencies in large volume for profit or hedging.