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Travelers cheques or ATM?

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I read somewhere that you can get one of the best local exchange rates by using your ATM card. Should I do this or use travelers cheques and exchange for local currency at a bank? I will be travelling to Hong Kong/Singapore/Thailand/Bali in October and I would appreciate any help anyone could offer. Thanks in advance!!

Ryan

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