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#97768 Boxtel @ Suvarnabhumi Airport

Posted by Hermansen on 13 January 2018 - 07:33 PM

Someone mentioned the Boxtel by the hour hotel at Suvarnabhumi in a thread recently. I used it for 4 hours a couple of days ago. My flight home was delayed from 9 am to 2.15 pm. The airline should have sent me a mail, letting me know so I could have stayed at my hotel in the city. But no mail. So I got up at 5.30 am, and was at the airport by 7.
 
The taxi did not use the highway by default for some reason. Every time I take a taxi to the airport, the driver takes a new route, so I did not notice at first. Had I been in a hurry, it could have been catastrophic. Always tell the drive specifically to use the highway!
 
Anyway, here is what you need to know about the Boxtel @ Suvarnabhumi Airport.
 
Location. The Boxtel hotel is located at the B level by the Airport Rail Link and the exchanges. You need to use the elevator to get there, at least from the departure level. BKK have this weird thing where the arrival level is blocked off.
 
Booking. They have a website for booking, but it is not intuitive at all. You need to select dates for check in and check out, and they can not be the same date. Yet, it is all by the hour. So just don’t bother with the website. I showed up and payed cash by the counter. Staffed by a friendly woman who spoke good English. The place did not seem to be very busy, and there are plenty of rooms. You can choose from 2 hours up if I remember correctly.
 
Price. 3 hours was 950. 4 hours was 1250. Then there is a 100-baht deposit. Wifi included.
 
Standard. The rooms are very basic as expected. DIY style. Very clean. Overall quiet, but I did hear the occasional suitcase being dropped. There is an outlet for charging and a fan in the roof. Keep the fan on as it gets very warm inside. I am 180 cm and had no problem with the size of the bed. The toilet is further down the hall, so better make a visit before you settle in. There are a few vending machines outside and a seating area.
 
I do not recommend it as a ST hotel.
 
I was really glad I had this option! So much better that hanging out at the departure hall for 5 hours.
 
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#42484 Wonderful Soi 11

Posted by Piece Corp on 06 March 2014 - 06:42 AM

Out for a stroll on a quiet Sunday morning

 

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You can have your sox mended

 

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Bar girls available at Hillary 3

 

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Freelancers available at Climax disco, things get going after midnight

 

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Even the Thai restaurants add 17% to your bill

 

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But not the Old German Beer Haus.  Bravo!

 

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or try the street vendors

 

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too late for Bed Supperclub

 

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The Cheap Charlie cul de sac provides an alternate route

 

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I never ate here, just assumed they were trying to warn me

 

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Good lunch specials at Chez Pape on the weekend, 550 for 3 courses, plus 17%

 

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And even a bread and breakfast for the budget travellers

 

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At night, minibuses take over and the parking lanes become mobile bars

 

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Q Bar

 

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Apotheke has live blues bands starting 8:30 PM

 

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Soi 11 has everything, except a GoGo Bar


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#97256 Travelodge Soi 11, Guest friendly?

Posted by wallywest on 06 January 2018 - 01:53 PM

Its guest friendly (if you were still wondering)...they replied to my email but they said if staying there to let them know at check in time that you intend to be bringing ladies back to the room during your stay...also girls will need to leave Id at the counter no joiner fee etc.
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#9303 Updates on GF Hotels, Rates and Reviews

Posted by Piece Corp on 07 March 2011 - 12:13 AM

Hotel Name : Grand Sukhumvit
Girl Friendly : Yes
Rates Per Night : About 3300 I believe
Way of Booking : Accor website
Review of Hotel : I book this hotel when Accor has a supersale, usually paid about 1800, a very good price for this property, and most times they upgraded me to a suite at no additional charge. Suites are in the rear wing and are very spacious and comfortable, all seem to have different layouts but include a sitting room, kitchen, and bedroom. Bathrooms have separate tub and shower. Once got food poisoning from the oysters at the seafood buffet.

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#62682 Line group for on the ground members

Posted by boob_kook on 01 December 2015 - 10:49 PM

Line group for on-ground members

 

 

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#50401 Thai Massages

Posted by Grubert on 31 October 2014 - 02:58 AM

Massage!? Massage!? 2/2: „others“

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Then there are massages or better said massage shops were one isn’t really sure what they’re really for. One or the other has a “Body Massage” sign such as here down Soi Honey at the “Honey 1”. One has to know beforehand what goes on there, word gets around which massages are good and what you get there and what not. Or you have to take note of certain signs, for example if the girl even at a distance pushes her tongue against the inside of her cheek and makes blow movements with her hand in front of her mouth, or, a sign, as above, is more or less held in front of your face, then you know what’s what. You can also be cheeky and ask for “specials” if you’re not sure but are in the mood.

Every town has its distinctiveness and areas for certain purposes. In Bangkok the oilies, for example the Mango, Snow White, Tulip etc. In Patong and Phuket the infamous “slut triangle” Soi Kepsap and Pattaya has its massage area Soi Buakhao. This area has improved a hell of a lot over the past few years (will get back to the individual places and where they can be found later). Especially the corners and small streets around the Oasis A Gogo, for example, Soi Honey, Soi Diana Inn and Soi LK Metro are infamous for having only “those” massages to which nobody and I really mean nobody visits for a massage. The purpose of these places is a “happy end”, one shoot one’s load, no matter how. Here you can experience everything. I’ve drawn a small map:

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It’s only serves the purpose as a rough guide but you will find certain pleasures at these places. As I said, even though there is a “massage” sign, it’s all to do with Sex. Here you can read what I experienced there recently:

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Extract from my diary

Almost opposite the Oasis A Gogo down Soi Buakhao is Soi Honey Inn (Soi 11, 2nd Road), you will find quite a few massages here where what happens doesn’t really have much to do with massaging. Obvious movements of the hand indicating a BJ and signs the girls hold up, on the one side is...

Thai Massage
Oil Massage
Foot Massage


On the other side

Hand Job
Blow Job
Boom Boom


...for the “victims” who pass by; the sign is simply turned round leaving only little room for speculation. I take a look at a few of the places, unfortunately there are a couple of Korean looking men in front of me who grab the best looking girls; the others aren’t my taste.

So, I carry on a bit further down to Soi 25 (corner Oasis Gogo), there are another two such massages here, among others the Cannon Massage which was recommended to me. Further down the back the Lolitas since it moved away from Soi LK Metro. Although the Cannon is not that far down the Soi, I don’t actually make it that far. Outside the “Arree Massage” is a girl with a mouth that I find erotic, she smiles at me.

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“Massage sir?” she asks, I go in with her, book a one hour oil massage and ask her about “specials”. “Sure, whatyouwant!?” She asks. I tell her I would like a blow job, she agrees and names me the price while holding up four fingers and a thumb on one hand, “HaaRoi” (500). She leads me into a cabin with a massage couch/table, the cabin is made up of a thin curtain hung on an aluminium frame and around the couch/table is just enough room for the masseuse to move around. She leaves the cabin again, “I come back”, she says; “I hope so” I think to myself as I get undressed.

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When she returns I’m lying down on my back, horny, with a grin on my face, my cock half hard and wondering about what was about to happen. She takes her top off; at first she leaves her panties on but removes them without delay after I tell her to.  She has a small firm pair of tits, a shaved fanny and a nice body. Not absolutely fantastic but pretty nice; especially in comparison with the other older girls who shouldn’t be looked at in broad daylight. She’s still smiling and remains nice as we get going. She has a sweet face with a teasing expression around her mouth which spontaneously makes me want to “flow” into it.

It’s nice being able to fulfil a desire so quickly with such willing support. It was as if she had been waiting for me to come along and shoot my load in her mouth; as if that’s exactly what she wants.

She kneels down between my legs and takes a look at my best part; she’s above it sizing it up before getting her lips around it. She pushes my foreskin back with her lips, sucks it in and gets going. There’s no cleaning beforehand with towels etc. of course I’m clean; just had a shower. She gives it a quick blow before pulling her head back again to take another look as if it’s a large ice cream with a portion of whipped cream on top ready for eating.

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The girl likes this sort of thing, she longs for pricks. She grabs my hips, or backside, with both hands while I lie on my back with my legs slightly bent and gives my balls a lick. Even while doing this I realise that the girl is hungry for men. Then she comes up again and continues with the blow job. With one of her hands she massages my balls; the place where the sun never shines is looked after too.

I press my now extremely hard cock towards the foot end; she slips down willingly and sucks without stopping and without the use of her hands. Then I get up and kneel on the edge of the table and signal that she should kneel down on the floor, she does this straight away. I grab the bottle of massaging oil which is fixed to a dispenser, she opens her hand and I pump a portion of oil into it. I grab her neck gently and place her cheek on my left thigh; the hand with the oil is on my backside ready to massage my ring. I guide her other hand to my crown jewels which she fondles gently. I then grab my throbbing cock with my right hand and wank into her mouth or better said, open lips and wet tongue which is hanging out. First slowly then as everything is as I wish, gradually faster faster.

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As I hear the “plop - plop - plop - plop” sound I like, which comes from wanking into a half open mouth, I don’t need much longer, I’m loaded and the girl is really good. I can hear the sound well, can probably be heard in the next cabin as well to the one side where they’re also at it. There, there’s probably something similar happening with the difference that they’re at, or have already reached the “howlongyouholiday mister” bit. I’m at the point of no return, my stuff flows into her gob. At first she sucks the stuff in but as it runs out of her mouth due to my wanking movements she holds her hand under it to catch it. I’m holding her neck and first let go when I’ve finished the job.

With one half of my babies in her mouth and the other half in her hand which she has stretched out away from her, she leaves the cabin still completely naked. She comes back after only a short time, her hands washed. “Youwanttakeshower?” she asks. I tell her no and that I will have a shower back in my room. 500 + 100 tip change hands, the cashier is at the end of the corridor, she sits there grinning at me. I pay 200 for the oil massage. Although this massage had nothing to do with massaging, everything was to my complete satisfaction.

I ask for a goodbye kiss on my cheek and as she does it I turn my mouth towards her, the kiss lands on my lips; we laugh. Is always well received, especially when I put an appalled expression on my face and wipe the back of my hand across my mouth. “Comeagain” she shouts with a dirty look on her face as I leave. That will happen darling!!!

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However, I have to go to Koh Chang, Chiang Mai, Koh Samui and Bangkok before I return. Especially Bangkok will be exhausting.  
 


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#45727 Wonderful Soi 11

Posted by Piece Corp on 07 June 2014 - 04:45 AM

Some other Soi 11 scenes from yesterday, like shopping at Villa Market

 

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When I was looking for a condo to rent, the first place I checked was Chaidee Mansion, at the 'T'.  I asked the guy how much for the rent on a 1-bedroom, he said 48,000.  "Isn't that a lot?", I asked.  "Utilities included", he said.

 

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But nice views of the Soi from there

 

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I've frequently stayed at CitiChic down the road on Soi 13, a hotel I can highly recommend.

 

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Some other options

 

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Other dining options include fresh seafood

 

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Here's my taco salad from Charlie Brown's.  I still think La Monita and Senior Pico are better.

 

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A good place to go for pizza

 

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Lollipop1, every neighborhood needs a blow job bar.

 

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Other day scenes from yesterday

 

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A new Holiday Inn is being constructed opposite Chaidee Mansion.  Some workers relaxing.

 

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Cheap Thai food at Soi 11 guesthouse

 

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Even farangs are friendly on Soi 11

 

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Other night scenes

 

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The band warms up at Apoteka

 

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Rosabieng and Zanzabar restaurants provide soft music for dining in a garden setting

 

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#30341 Lumpini to Sukhumvit on Foot in Less than 30 Minutes

Posted by house516 on 24 June 2013 - 09:55 PM

So, you decided to stretch your legs at everybody's favourite, mid-city park and spent the afternoon at Lumpini Park.  You've enjoyed a day of chasing Monitor Lizards, joining in a yoga class, and experiencing Thai nationalism as the entire park comes to attention when the National Anthem is played in a scene reminiscent of Village of the Damned (just kidding, I think it's kind of cool). Now it's time to head back to Sukhumvit and prepare for the evening. You could take the MRT or a taxi but there is way to walk the entire route that is not difficult and will not take terribly long.

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There is a limited access, above ground pedway (#2 to #3) that extends from the NE corner of Lumpini Park to the south end of Soi 10 Sukhumvit. Head up to the NE corner of the park (#1), buy a bottle of water or frozen treat (it's hot!) and exit through the gate. Turn left. On the corner of the block is a set stairs (#2) up to the Pedway crossing Wireless Road. Climb the stairs and you are a short 1.2 km (3/4 mile) from the south end of Soi 10 (#3). Even walking slow, that's only a 20 minute walk from point to point. Once at the south end of soi 10, you can turn left and proceed to Sukhumvit (#4) or veer right and go to Benjakiri Park (#5) or Ratchadpisek Road. Unfortunately, it is fenced and you cannot access soi 4 directly and the last 1/4 mile is along that smelly canal.  Still, it's a neat walk.

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#108765 Soapy for 1500

Posted by Doomas on 21 June 2018 - 02:51 PM

Just a basic room, hard mattress, kind of depressing. But cheap as you say. I paid 1500 two years ago and the girl was good!!

 

Was at Biwa a few days back at about 2pm. Quite a sizable selection of MILFs, GILFs and the odd few SYTs. Avoided the SYTs as they generally don't give good service. Bribed the papasan with 100b who took the time to extol the virtues of the girls I enquired about. Girls to the left were 1.3k bt and to the right, 1k bt. Settled for probably the oldest GILF in the house on the right (hey, YOLO and I was on a budget too). She was a firecracker; got me cleaned up real nice, and fucked me real hard. Explosive session and I tipped her 300b which she seemed happy with.

 

Getting to Biwa by BTS may be difficult. I suggest taking the canal taxis. Here's how my journey to Biwa went from my hotel in Soi 15. 

 

Nearest canal taxi pier from my hotel is E4 Nana Chard pier. I took a motorsai there.

 

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Nearest pier to Biwa is E13 Saphan Klongtun pier.

 

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In fact Biwa is right next to Saphan Klongtun pier. 

 

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Journey from Nana Chard to Saphan Klongtun took me less than 20 mins. The taxi operator treated the canal as his personal F1 track. And yes, farangs do take the river taxis. This one was quite attractive. Canal taxis also come with life vests, tho they are of no use; the toxicity of the canal filth will probably kill you the second you drop into pii chai Davy Jones' filthy locker.

 

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And quite cheap; 13 baht each trip!

 

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Total damage: 1k to Biwa + 300b tip to GLIF + 100b tip to papasan + 20b to maid + forgot how much for our drinks + canal taxi (2x13b) + motorsai to and fro (40b x 2) = 1526b. Quite ok methinks.

 

Hope these help!


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#103098 Anyone wanna buy me a beer? I'll show you around.

Posted by The-Sith on 18 April 2018 - 12:53 PM



I need some tutoring in the following, wonder if you can help me?


1. Surviving in BKK by only teaching 6 hours of English per week
2. Using FamilyMarts to loiter, and for pre-party drinking to reduce bar tabs
3. Staying in Thailand without a proper Visa
4. Showing up to Thailand a 24 year old virgin and nailing 3 geeky college students in your first year
5. Making the most out of your Bachelor of Arts in Medieval Literature by charging an extra 50 Baht per hour for English Classes
6. Saving to one day purchase a 90cc two stroke third hand scooter made in Viet Nam
7. Living on 2 dishes of Meekrab per day: and putting the savings into Chang
8. Bilking Newbies out of Beers by providing Value


I'll gladly pay up 7 or 8 Leo's for this level of insight. Do I get a Certificate at the end of the lessons?

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#78245 Would you live near Nana/Soi Cowboy?

Posted by gogul on 04 December 2016 - 04:59 AM

I agree totally with Diabolic and davvvid.

 

If I were planning to live in BKK for 6 to 12 months, I would look for a 1 bedroom or 2 bedroom condo apartment to rent in the area bounded in the south by Sukumvit up to Phetchaburi in the north and from Sukhumvit Soi 23 in the west all the way up to Ekamai (Soi 63) in the east. I would require a well maintained building with a nice swimming pool and 24 hour security. The good news is that there is a large selection of really nice rental units that fit that description at various price points in this broad area and I am certain that I would have no problem living somewhere around Thonglor (Soi 55). In fact I think I would really like it. During the day this area is trendy, upscale, and pleasant to walk around in like a Thai version of the upper west side of Manhattan. At night there are all kinds of great restaurants, bistros, bars, nightclubs, and G-clubs, but nothing too raunchy. 555. And anytime I want it, Soi 24 massage parlors, Cowboy, Nana are only a few BTS stops away or only a few minutes travel time by motocycle taxi. You want to live the good life in BKK? This is where it is at.


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#77094 Hua Hin

Posted by scoobydoook on 09 November 2016 - 10:40 AM

Hua Hin is the Kings summer residence and because of that is quiet compared to BKK/Patts/Phuket.  The beaches are good and the town is looked after and locals from BKK go for the weekend.  Its a nice place for a break from BKK.

 

Best option may be to take the bus from BKK Southern Bus Terminal in about 3.5 to 4 hours.  The buses leave every half hour during the day and during the week you can just turn up and buy a ticket but at weekends and holidays you need to book in advance.  Bus is about 200 Baht. 

 

You can get there by plane from Suvarnabhumi in about 45 mins but you have to get out to the airport and then back in from HH airport by taxi so may be more hassle for not much quicker.  

 

Train takes 4 hours from Hualamphong Station and costs about 50 Baht third class to 200+ Baht first class.  Train takes 4 to 4.5 hours.

 

Not a place to go for nightlife but if you are there then you can make the best of it.  My info is a couple of years out of date. 

 

No gogos that I am aware of.

 

There are many small beer bars with FL on Soi Bintabaht and around it including Poon Suk.  This area is behind the Hilton Hotel on the opposite side to the sea.  You will have to look harder for an attractive girl than in BKK/Patts/Phuket…. But there are some.  Drinks and lady drinks are more expensive than in normal bars but ST, BF and LT rates are lower than BKK.  Usually relaxed and low key.

 

There are some massage shops which do FS next to that area to the north and around Soi 80/Soi Sarawat off Thanon Phetkasem and there are many other which offer HE.  There is also a soapy called Lee Lao Dee and another called Petch Barber off the main road Thanon Phetkasem with FS.  Not many foreigners go there but there is no reason not to, just not well known.

 

The Hilton disco inside the hotel has many freelancers mixed with tourists and locals.  Drinks are double the prices in small bars.  It gets busy around midnight and around 2am some girls from the beer bars go there so the quality is similar.


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#73210 Udon't want Udon

Posted by Kimao on 30 August 2016 - 07:42 AM

Lately I've been trying to travel around a bit more to see new places and get out of the big city a bit. I've recently moved just outside of Bangkok (Patum Thani) to that end as I was tiring of the traffic and state of affairs in my last area. 

 

After reading stickman's recent article regarding Udon Thani I thought, well why not give it a shot. Boy was I disappointed.

 

The trip over was painless enough- I flew from Don Muang to Udon for about 800 baht with a duration of about 1 hour. Taxi from the airport to the hotel located in the 'city center' was 200 baht standard. No real options for finding anything else.

Got to the hotel, checked in and decided to wander about.

 

First impressions- Hit the massage and bar areas first and despite being early afternoon there were a decent number open. Mostly empty, but a few had a number of older gents who appeared to be locals at their favorite spots sharing a beer and watching sports. Of the other, less occupied bars there was a common theme- two staff, one 30s-40s Thai woman and one large ladyboy. I kid you not, this was the case for the first 4 bars I approached. I'm usually keen to have a game of pool and a beer even at a bar that's not right up my alley so I still stopped by but was largely disappointed at what I saw.

 

A number of massage places were open and I did the rounds checking out the girls sitting outside enoying their lunches or mid-afternoon snacks. A good portion had been snacking a bit too much and were a bit large for my tastes. I spotted one really cute one but as I walked over another guy parked his motorbike in front of the shop and headed straight in with her. Such is life.

 

Spent the next several hours roaming around the rest of the bar areas and decided to pop into central and the market area adjacent to it. Stickman had reported that the general populace was noticeably friendlier and happier to see foreigners. This was not evident in anyway.

 

Throughout my stay I switched from the tourist foreigner not knowing a lick of Thai to the expat with a fairly expansive knowledge depending on the situation and tried to judge which yielded better results. Both were fairly evenly disappointing.

 

As the evening wore on I ventured back to the bar areas and made several more rounds bringing my total bar visits to about 15-18. Sadly, at night the pickings remained slim (and yet not slim size-wise) and the number of really beastly ladyboys was surprisingly high. I had often heard that LBs tended to head to BKK as it is a more modern and accepting society versus where many were born and the associated traditional mindset. Perhaps the demand by foreign visitors is making that not the case. 

 

To wrap up this rather long-winded post I'll say that I was disappointed to such a degree that I checked out of my hotel later the next day, abandoned my return flight set for 4 days later and purchased a ticket from Udon to Utapao and spent the next few days in Pattaya which is a known commodity to me. 

 

TL:DR - if you are considering Udon for a visit, my recommendation is to give it a pass. 

 

 


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#70967 Street food, has it given you dysentery or worse?

Posted by dave202 on 05 July 2016 - 12:48 PM

Street food has never given me issues. Once from a high end seafood restaurant though....

 

Generally speaking look for busy street food stands. If they are turning over a lot of custom then the food isn't actually sitting out long. 

 

Most people just don't deal with a change of diet of any kind very well then attribute it to street food, i genuinely believe this to be nonsense. If you are going from burgers and chips to fish sauce and chilli your body will need to readjust, that's not the same as food poisoning. Persevere though and you will have access to some of the tastiest and cheapest food around. Frankly the food alone is enough to draw me to thailand.


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#70232 Extermly confused about U.S. passport holders and visa requirements

Posted by smithzac91 on 17 June 2016 - 11:42 PM

Bring a pen to fill out the card before you get off the plane. Sometimes they are hard to come by and it might slow you down having to fill it out once you get to the immigration desk.
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#56056 Been in Bangkok 1 month,need some exotic beach to go to?

Posted by plahgat on 06 May 2015 - 12:46 PM

Mu Koh Angthong Archipelago N.P. outside Koh Samui, has a small limestone Island  Koh Mae Ko, with a closed in lagoon in the middle, it has underwater connection with the outside sea so it's salt water, but never heard of anyone trying to fish in there!?

They have daytours from Koh Samui.

These islands were the original location of the book, "The Beach" , but the moviemakers decided to use Maya Bay in Koh Phi Phi instead as a background to the film with Leonardo DiCaprio in the main role.

 

Plahgat

 

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Here's a few of my old slides from a visit in 1989:

 

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#52779 Majestic Suites

Posted by Piece Corp on 04 January 2015 - 10:50 AM

Very well managed hotel, some of the rooms on the 5th floor overlook Nana Plaza.

 

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#40003 NYE 2013

Posted by Piece Corp on 31 December 2013 - 08:49 PM

Soi Cowboy, Nana, and between. Happy New Year!

 

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#30910 Bangkok Canals: A Khlong Tour

Posted by Piece Corp on 13 July 2013 - 02:16 PM

Beautiful day today to be rolling down the river and up the creek for a tour of the Bangkok waterways.  Starting at Tha Chang pier on the Chao Phraya, near the Royal Palace, and stopping for a cold one at floating markets along the way.  Leave your automobiles and motorbikes behind, all Bangkok may be like this some day.

 

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#29065 swiss park hotel review

Posted by Piece Corp on 15 May 2013 - 11:41 AM

I only spent one night at the Swiss Park. I wasn't too impressed with their buffet, my 'room service' was much tastier.

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