Well, feel free to justify your own point of view and to explain why you find it acceptable for Australia to have a multi-tier pricing system based on nationality and residence for their health service but not acceptable for Thailand to do exactly the same.
This is starting to get scary. Good to see water released and hope that the expected storms in October veer north of the Pacific. Since the floods from 10 years ago virtually nothing substantial has been done to prevent further flooding in Bangkok apart from a wall around Don Muang airport.
I think travelling. My first trip was Phuket after college. I loved the Thai food, and then I am thinking about other countries foods. In my hometown we don’t have the international food. For us, ethnic equals from a different part of Indonesia.
I tried Mexican food first time in the Philippines, Italian food (spaghetti bolognaise) first time in Japan, English breakfast first time in Thailand. Now I like to try all types :)
If a Thai goes to a public hospital
The hospital is not making money from that visit.
It is a cost to the government.
How can anyone be so ignorant not to understand that?
So why should a non-resident get that subsidized Healthcare
It is ridiculous to even think they should
Hospitals have costs and they need to be paid for their services or they won't be around when we need them