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RE: Tips for travelling for first time (Thailand)
^iThink, you’ve made similiar posts on like 10 different countries.

Have you actually lived in these countries for any real length of time?
08-29-2019 12:21 AM
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RE: Tips for travelling for first time (Thailand)
JESUS CHRIST, was thinking about exploring Thailand but wtf is this? Target on my back because why exactly?

10x the price because I am white um what? Thought it was relatively safr
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RE: Tips for travelling for first time (Thailand)
(08-05-2019 05:00 PM)Zuk Wrote:  You are 21, if you go to Thailand, you must concentrate on foreign tourists and most of them are Russians, there are some Chinese and so on.

I do not think that you would have chosen Thailand if you were interested in Russian girls.
Most Thai girls, especially younger ones, have to work for a living. Therefore, it is always good to learn how to spot the Chinese tourists. Nearly ten million arrive nearly every year and a good majority of these are single girls looking to party. Most speak reasonably good English and would much prefer to party with a young white guy than a local or some rando mainland dude.
If you are going to start in Bangkok, see if you can download a copy of 'Mandarin Optional' from one of the PUA torrent trackers. Even though it is a few years old, it is still a very relevant insider's guide and should set you up for a memorable stay.
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RE: Tips for travelling for first time (Thailand)
I fehlt safe in Thailand.

Stay in Bangkog next to a train station or at khao san road for bangings.

I was at ko samui, koh pangan and ko tao, but there was not so much party people as I expected. Still banged though.
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Agreed, train station is great now the new MTR has opened up and gives great access to the Chinatown district. Khaosan is better if you like Koreans and Japanese.

One more thing, do not be tempted to smoke weed. It is too risky. Just wait until you get to Cambodia where you can smoke as much as you want.
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RE: Tips for travelling for first time (Thailand)
(08-06-2019 12:08 AM)iThinkThereforeIam Wrote:  
(08-04-2019 10:30 PM)big poppa Wrote:  My first solo trip was to Thailand and didn't have a single problem. Don't get angry, treat people respectfully, don't get wasted in public and trust your instincts. You'll be fine

If you are a western guy with normal T levels instead of the average submissive thai with soy T you will get murdered sooner or later. Some of the local psychos (women and men) want to get you angry with passive aggressive bullshit so they have a justification to murder the obviously evil foreigner.

Remember this is a lawless 3rd world shithole where there is no such thing as justice and locals that hate foreigners will use this to their advantage and next thing you know you get stabbed to death over some bullshit.

If you want to go to the 3rd world sewer to cower like a dog or get murderd if you have some balls be my guest...









High T aussie women fight thai soy boys over sitting on a porch in the dirt Big Grin

It's the typical thai mode of operation:

Stand owner asks girls to move cause they sit on the porch.
She sits on the dirt road infront of the poarch - not good enough for stand owner.
He calls his lower class buddy to do the dirty work.
He steps over them on the girls food to instigate a fight.
Girl is still cool so he gets a bucket of water to piss them off further.
High T white girl gets pissed over the thai bitch boy at this point and the fight starts.
Fight ends with bitch boy stand owner smashing a bottle over one of the girls head.

That's how lowly these third world primates are - starting a violent altercation over sitting on a dirt road in front of a shop. for a couple minutes...
didnt watch the first video. only the second.
But it says do not sit on the pavement. The girl sits.... The guy comes out and tells her not to sit. She continues to sit and disrespect the man... Next the man takes some water to get her off... She gets up and starts swinging at him... If a woman wants to act like a man and start attacking a man, then she should expect to get treated like a man...I dont believe in being physical with a woman, but when a woman is attacking a man, the man has every right to defend himself to get her to fuck off. its not like he used excessive force and started pinning her down and punching her face in...it was defense. Really she was asking for it. The pavement says do not sit. the man goes to her and says to her please do not sit. She says fuck you and continues to sit on it. Then she gets up and starts attacking the man.... What do you expect the thai man to do? get attacked and let her sit on it?

Obey and respect the rules and you wont be attacked by thais....

Stuff like that video happens in america to. Look up police brutality on youtube...


(08-29-2019 03:05 AM)InvisibleMe Wrote:  JESUS CHRIST, was thinking about exploring Thailand but wtf is this? Target on my back because why exactly?

10x the price because I am white um what? Thought it was relatively safe
People are upset because they pay more than a local that makes $300-$500 a month... But it is the same thing in America? So i dont see why people are complaining about this thinking thailand is so different. I mean hard working successful People pay $400,000- $700,000 in taxes while people who make 30k-40k a year get taxed only a few thousand. Some of them even get paid by the government with their tax refund checks . And others dont work at all, they just make money from welfare. They pump kids out and get paid per kid every month, thats their job in america.

So what is the issue in thailand when locals who make $300 a month paying $3 for a taxi And a foreigner that makes much more than a local paying $8

It is much worse in America except by the tax system... You can work 70 hours a week and be successful and get taxed half a million for being successful and not lazy.... meanwhile someone is sitting on their ass on bs disability or welfare payments. or only make 30k a year because they decide to spend their time watching tv and playing video games instead of learning something by reading so they can better themselves and so they get taxed only a few thousand or hundred dollars. why is it fair to be taxed $500,000 but someone is taxed only $ 8000 in taxes.... Same thing in america. I think they even have grants to people who are not white for scholarships in college or better financial aid grants....

that is life.. you make more yo pay more... But 10x more than a thai isnt true. Youll pay a little bit more, but its not that excessive. And usually you get the same price after you haggle . But some thais are stubborn and would rather not take your money at all, even though its more than a local would pay them Lol.. but even then its not 10x more...

Thailand is safe for the most part. Just need common sense and some street smarts. Careful on the street as cars will run you over if you think you have the right of way. But Thailand is not a shit hole. People dont know what a shit hole is... I have been to a lot of shitholes and Thailand is not one of them. Thailand has the best food in the world, they have cheap massage parlors for a few bucks... They have great nightlife. Great luxury newly modern condos. Sky bars. good health care. the 711s are mind blowing with all the things they have... They also have great malls, sky trains.... what is so 3rd world about thailand? i mean If you want to eat 50 cent noodles soup like a local, and stay in a shitty $120 apartment with no hot water or air condition with roaches and your shower right above your toilet. Then yes it will be a shit hole for you.
It also has the best gym in the world. And if you dont like thai girls, they have a full moon party and half moon party every month where you have access to euro and aussie girls.
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RE: Tips for travelling for first time (Thailand)
(08-06-2019 12:08 AM)iThinkThereforeIam Wrote:  
(08-04-2019 10:30 PM)big poppa Wrote:  My first solo trip was to Thailand and didn't have a single problem. Don't get angry, treat people respectfully, don't get wasted in public and trust your instincts. You'll be fine

If you are a western guy with normal T levels instead of the average submissive thai with soy T you will get murdered sooner or later. Some of the local psychos (women and men) want to get you angry with passive aggressive bullshit so they have a justification to murder the obviously evil foreigner.

Remember this is a lawless 3rd world shithole where there is no such thing as justice and locals that hate foreigners will use this to their advantage and next thing you know you get stabbed to death over some bullshit.

If you want to go to the 3rd world sewer to cower like a dog or get murderd if you have some balls be my guest...









High T aussie women fight thai soy boys over sitting on a porch in the dirt Big Grin

It's the typical thai mode of operation:

Stand owner asks girls to move cause they sit on the porch.
She sits on the dirt road infront of the poarch - not good enough for stand owner.
He calls his lower class buddy to do the dirty work.
He steps over them on the girls food to instigate a fight.
Girl is still cool so he gets a bucket of water to piss them off further.
High T white girl gets pissed over the thai bitch boy at this point and the fight starts.
Fight ends with bitch boy stand owner smashing a bottle over one of the girls head.

That's how lowly these third world primates are - starting a violent altercation over sitting on a dirt road in front of a shop. for a couple minutes...

Those tourists were asking for it. They are in a foreign country and acting like they own the place. Millennials are in great need of humbling.
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RE: Tips for travelling for first time (Thailand)
Look, there's a lot of bullshit here so I'll give you the real dope. First off, alcohol in Thailand is really cheap and not that much money gets quite a lot of it, especially in bucket drinks. Be careful with that. Don't get falling down, piss your pants, sing rubgy chants, pick a fight drunk. Leave that for the Australians and British. Definitely don't get that drunk and decide that you need to go for a ride on your scooter in the dark. Again, let the Australians have it. That's the number one thing that will kill you one there.

Second, once you get there, you'll notice a lot of Australians. They're the drunk loud ones. So the opposite of what they do, for everything. Wear a shirt. Thais are conservative. Others don't seem to get this.

Food... it's good, but it's level of cheapness will depend on your definition of a meal. If a meal is a cut up mango, that's about a dollar. My friend and I would usually get something at a restaurant and immediately go to a 7-11 because we're gluttonous Americans. So budget for supplement food if you're the same.

You will be targeted by scammers, touts, and whatever. Taxis don't use meters. Negotiate first. Suit tailors will follow you down the street. No, I don't wanna go in your restaurant. Don't take a 10 baht tuk tuk tour. You'll get dumped into a gem shop and get the hard sell. Honestly, it'll feel like walking a gauntlet. The answer is always no.

There are two prices, local and you. The difference isn't huge in the real world. The only place I know for a fact it happened was the national parks. Thai is like 15 baht. You price is like 100. I don't know if they got a special wink at the market to get out of the farang price on the tag though.

Normal precautions should be adequate in Thailand. Don't show a lot of money, don't get drunk and walk down a dark alley, stuff like that. Plus watch the sun. It's brutal. And don't drink the water, don't get ice, don't eat a salad. Get your vaccines at home. Malaria and typhoid especially.

Girls, I don't think Thai women are attractive so ask the other guy about them. The other tourists though, you never saw more beautiful women in your life. I'd fraternize with them instead. I regret I didn't more.

That said, go to Phi Phi. Go to reggae bar and watch the fights or get in the ring if you want to. I did. It's fun. The girls will notice you. Take the snorkel tour on Phi Phi. It's 500 baht, all day, and you'll have a lot of fun. Watch the fire dancers at night and smoke hookah with some Norwegian girls at night. Rent a scooter on Koh Lanta and see the island and national park. Traffic is light on that island so you can cut your chops safer. Go to the tiger sanctuary on Phuket. Take the Ang Thong tour from Koh Samui. Go rafting in Chang Mai and go to the elephant nature park. Elephant tourism is otherwise horrible, but ENP are legit good guys. Go to Ao Nang, it's beautiful. Climb to the viewpoint and do a rock climbing day trip.

If you want to, a flight to Kuala Lumpur is laughable cheap. We went down there for five days and I had a good time. It's a little more expensive, but more refined and KL people speak English as well as an American, and there's no other tourists there because alcohol isn't cheap.

So yeah, don't listen to the negative Nancy's here. There's fun to be had there. Just stay mostly sober and don't mess with the whores and you should be fine.
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(08-31-2019 11:46 AM)Eazy_E Wrote:  Look, there's a lot of bullshit here so I'll give you the real dope. First off, alcohol in Thailand is really cheap and not that much money gets quite a lot of it, especially in bucket drinks. Be careful with that. Don't get falling down, piss your pants, sing rubgy chants, pick a fight drunk. Leave that for the Australians and British. Definitely don't get that drunk and decide that you need to go for a ride on your scooter in the dark. Again, let the Australians have it. That's the number one thing that will kill you one there.

Second, once you get there, you'll notice a lot of Australians. They're the drunk loud ones. So the opposite of what they do, for everything. Wear a shirt. Thais are conservative. Others don't seem to get this.

Food... it's good, but it's level of cheapness will depend on your definition of a meal. If a meal is a cut up mango, that's about a dollar. My friend and I would usually get something at a restaurant and immediately go to a 7-11 because we're gluttonous Americans. So budget for supplement food if you're the same.

You will be targeted by scammers, touts, and whatever. Taxis don't use meters. Negotiate first. Suit tailors will follow you down the street. No, I don't wanna go in your restaurant. Don't take a 10 baht tuk tuk tour. You'll get dumped into a gem shop and get the hard sell. Honestly, it'll feel like walking a gauntlet. The answer is always no.

There are two prices, local and you. The difference isn't huge in the real world. The only place I know for a fact it happened was the national parks. Thai is like 15 baht. You price is like 100. I don't know if they got a special wink at the market to get out of the farang price on the tag though.

Normal precautions should be adequate in Thailand. Don't show a lot of money, don't get drunk and walk down a dark alley, stuff like that. Plus watch the sun. It's brutal. And don't drink the water, don't get ice, don't eat a salad. Get your vaccines at home. Malaria and typhoid especially.

Girls, I don't think Thai women are attractive so ask the other guy about them. The other tourists though, you never saw more beautiful women in your life. I'd fraternize with them instead. I regret I didn't more.

That said, go to Phi Phi. Go to reggae bar and watch the fights or get in the ring if you want to. I did. It's fun. The girls will notice you. Take the snorkel tour on Phi Phi. It's 500 baht, all day, and you'll have a lot of fun. Watch the fire dancers at night and smoke hookah with some Norwegian girls at night. Rent a scooter on Koh Lanta and see the island and national park. Traffic is light on that island so you can cut your chops safer. Go to the tiger sanctuary on Phuket. Take the Ang Thong tour from Koh Samui. Go rafting in Chang Mai and go to the elephant nature park. Elephant tourism is otherwise horrible, but ENP are legit good guys. Go to Ao Nang, it's beautiful. Climb to the viewpoint and do a rock climbing day trip.

If you want to, a flight to Kuala Lumpur is laughable cheap. We went down there for five days and I had a good time. It's a little more expensive, but more refined and KL people speak English as well as an American, and there's no other tourists there because alcohol isn't cheap.

So yeah, don't listen to the negative Nancy's here. There's fun to be had there. Just stay mostly sober and don't mess with the whores and you should be fine.

Personally I don’t understand the Asian fetish and view it as a lack of game and ability to socialize with girls. All my white friends that had no luck with girls married Asian girls. There are way more hot, fit, party white girls that I’d much much shoot my shot at first in Thailand. If I get desperate, sure maybe I might lower my standards.
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I just felt Thai women had "rougher" features than I'd like. Second gen or further downstream American Asian girls are usually attractive to me though. On the subject, native Japanese girls, they were cute, there were plenty I'd want to walk up and say, damn baby, konnichiwa to...until they opened their mouth and I saw a mouth full of gray yellow teeth pointing every which way. Sorry, lots of otherwise cute Japanese girls have a horror show mouth and I can't get past it.
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