How are the opportunities for paid surveys in Thailand?
The amount of opportunities you get on GPT and survey sites depends a lot on the country you live in.
So how are the opportunities to make some extra money online like this in Thailand?
Let me be honest with you and say that Thailand is not the country with the most opportunities. BUT it actually still gives you access to some really great sites with good opportunities.
Many of the sites offer several ways to earn, so if you combine taking surveys with some of the other possible micro online tasks, you can make some nice extra money. The sites that offer several ways to earn are usually referred to as GPT sites (Get-Paid-To).
Ways you can earn on these in addition to paid surveys include taking offers, doing social media tasks, playing games, watching videos, participating in free contests, downloading apps, and more.
So make sure to use some of these other earning methods as well as it can really boost your earnings.
One thing you have to be aware of before joining these sites is to manage your expectations.
It will NOT be a way to become rich or make a really good income. GPT and survey sites are a great, easy, and fun way to make some extra cash, but you have to do it with the right expectations.
If you do it with the right expectations, it is a great opportunity and one that has no risks at all, if you join the legit sites, as they are 100% free to join and use.
17 best online survey sites in Thailand
There are quite a few survey and GPT sites you can join from Thailand. But as already mentioned, it is not all about how many sites are available.
Many sites are just a waste of time, and there are even scam sites that will end up costing you money instead of making you any.
The list below is therefore not a complete list of all the sites that are available in Thailand, but instead a quality list of the best legit.
To get more chances of earning, it is best to join several sites (I recommend 5-7 sites for a start), as they all have different offers and opportunities.
Payout methods: PayPal, gift cards, mobile credit Payout threshold: 550 baht More information:Read full YouGov review
If you want to make some extra money online in Thailand, YouGov is a really great way to do this as it has a specific survey panel where the surveys will be in Thai and about relevant topics.
It also has an app so you can easily take surveys from any device and it pays decently per survey.
Once you have earned 550 baht, you will be able to withdraw your earnings as cash via PayPal or as gift cards or mobile credit.
Short summary: Surveytime is an interesting survey site as it is extremely easy to use, and it has a pretty good amount of online surveys for Thailand.
Once you join, you have to make sure to take the initial survey profiler, and then you will get access to a list of available surveys that are regularly updated. You will most likely not qualify for all of them, but you should find a good amount you can qualify for.
Every time you have completed a survey you get $1 and this money will be paid out immediately through PayPal. So you will have the money only a few minutes after taking a survey.
PrizeRebel is another great site with many earning opportunities. It does not offer as many options in Thailand as in some other countries, but it still has a very good amount of opportunities, and it is definitely a site worth joining.
You can earn by taking surveys, doing micro-tasks, taking offers, participate in free contests, get free promo codes, and it has a great bonus system, where you get more advantages the more active you are.
PrizeRebel has really good payout options, as you can get paid already when you have earned $5 through PayPal or choose between many gift cards.
ySense (used to be called ClixSense) is a worldwide GPT site that also gives a good amount of opportunities in Thailand. The platform itself is in English, but many of the surveys will be in Thai.
In addition to taking paid surveys, you can also earn by doing micro online jobs, taking offers, play games, and get a daily activity bonus.
ySense is a great overall site, and it offers several payout methods, once you have earned $5 but for some payout methods it is $10. In Thailand, you can get paid through PayPal, Payoneer, Skrill, or gift cards.
Short summary: If you have an unlimited internet plan and are looking for a way to earn some extra money passively in Thailand, then Honeygain can be a great and easy option.
Once you have installed it on your computer or phone (or both) you do not have to do anything else as you can then earn by sharing your unused internet bandwidth by just having it running in the background.
It will not give huge earnings but you also do not have to do anything. And if you join through the invitation link below, you will get a $5 joining bonus into your account right away.
Short summary: Superpay.me can at first be a little confusing, and it might take a little time to find the options you qualify for in Thailand. But with a little patience, it is a site with great opportunities.
You can earn by taking surveys, click ads, watch videos, take offers, participate in free contests, and more.
Superpay.me has one of the lowest payout thresholds, as you can get paid through PayPal or Skrill already when you have earned $1, which will not take you long. The payout threshold for Bitcoin is however $40.
OpinionWorld has a specific survey panel just for Thailand called Your Voice Panel. It has quite a good amount of available surveys. It is very easy to use, and you will receive email invitations, when a new survey is available.
In addition to offering paid surveys, you also get entries into a big cash draw every time you take surveys, so if you are lucky, you can win really great prizes.
You can get paid already when you have earned $5, and you can get paid in cash through PayPal and get gift cards.
Short summary: GrabPoints is fairly easy to use, and it has some pretty high rewards for the time spent compared to many other sites.
In Thailand, you might have to be a little patient to find the surveys you qualify for, but it should have a decent amount. In addition to this, you can earn by taking offers, downloading apps, watching videos, and inviting friends.
You can get paid through PayPal already when you have earned $3. Some of the other rewards have a higher payout threshold. If you join through the invitation link below, you will get 500 points for free.
Short summary: Valued Opinions is a very easy to use survey site with its own panel for Thailand.
All you have to do is to sign up and then you will start getting survey invitations via email. It has a decent number of surveys about interesting topics so it is a great way to have your opinion heard and get paid at the same time.
The only thing you need to be aware of is that Valued Opinions does not pay in cash. But if you want gift cards to, for example, Lazada, CY.Send, Big C, and Siam Paragon, it can be a great site to join.
Short summary: Cinchbucks has a good amount of earning opportunities in Thailand, but it can take some patience to find them.
You can earn by taking paid surveys, take offers, watch videos, play games, and inviting friends. Some of the offers are really good, but some are really not worth it, so you just have to choose carefully what you participate in.
You can get paid through PayPal, gift cards, or Bitcoin when you have earned $10.
14 thoughts on “17 Best Survey Sites to Make Money Online in Thailand!”
sorry but not sure what you mean?
Hi, I am working in survey sites for last three months. I am looking for the correct way of doing survey task successfully. I am pleased to read your articles. I have lot of gaps that i can overcome by following your guidences.
Thanks for the feedback. Glad the info helped you. Just let me know if you have any questions about paid surveys or about any of the sites.
Ive tried to join the Survey site Surveytime…………..it has allowedme to sig up and then its reverted to Thai language?.
I was up to question 4 on the initial sign up……………..what am I doing wrong??
I am assuming you are located in Thailand? Because mostly surveys will be in the language of the country you are in. The language on Surveytime itself can be set at the top of the screen. But many of the surveys themselves will be in the local language. One thing you can try is to install a free extension for your browser that automatically translates. Hope that will help. Let me know how it goes.
it won’t translate to English anyway.. i tried several sites but same… after sign up, its all in Thai… hoping to find sites with in English…
there will sometimes be surveys in English on some sites so keep an eye out for those. And also, many of the sites will also offer small other tasks you can do in English.
Using Peanuts Lab for the first time and unfortunately it didn’t follow through as expected. 1. Completed a personal profile survey in Thai language 2. Proceeded to click one of two available surveys. Have to enter post code/ zip code. System reports post code does not exist! It definitely does. Post code = 50300 City: Chiang Mai.
Sorry to hear that Peter. PeanutLab is not always the most user-friendly place to take surveys, in my experience. Either contact their support or try some of the other sites on the list above instead.
Let me know how it goes.
After this, on another site, I had the same problem but they had a pick down list from which I could select a post code nearby.
Good to hear you got it working on another site. Feel free to keep me updated about how it goes.
I appreciate your honest reviews and content.
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Thank you in advance.
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