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  1. #11458
    Quote Originally Posted by DCups  [View Original Post]
    You must be nuts to want to ride a scooter or motorcycle in Manila.
    I was thinking of getting one in manila and explore the rural area. Is the driving in the Philippines worse then Thailand?

  2. #11457

    Thanks everyone.

    Thanks for everyone who gave their honest opinion, feedback and suggestions. I'm really overwhelmed with the response.

  3. #11456
    Quote Originally Posted by EBoardbuilder  [View Original Post]
    Hey guys I'll be heading over there in a few days I have one thing I need clarification on. Is it true that the Philippines is pretty honest when it comes to renting motorcycles and scooters and you will not get scammed like you would let say in Thailand or is it pretty much the same throughout Southeast Asia. If it is more honest does anybody have any recommendations to a place to rent a scooter or motorcycle in Manila.
    I would'nt drive in manila if they gave me a free motorbike. Its insane there. Your life is worth some taxie fares.

  4. #11455
    You must be nuts to want to ride a scooter or motorcycle in Manila.

    Quote Originally Posted by EBoardbuilder  [View Original Post]
    Hey guys I'll be heading over there in a few days I have one thing I need clarification on. Is it true that the Philippines is pretty honest when it comes to renting motorcycles and scooters and you will not get scammed like you would let say in Thailand or is it pretty much the same throughout Southeast Asia. If it is more honest does anybody have any recommendations to a place to rent a scooter or motorcycle in Manila.

  5. #11454

    Motorcycles and scooters

    Hey guys I'll be heading over there in a few days I have one thing I need clarification on. Is it true that the Philippines is pretty honest when it comes to renting motorcycles and scooters and you will not get scammed like you would let say in Thailand or is it pretty much the same throughout Southeast Asia. If it is more honest does anybody have any recommendations to a place to rent a scooter or motorcycle in Manila.

  6. #11453
    Quote Originally Posted by Paul2020  [View Original Post]
    The first was 11 years ago. We had just met in Manila when I was there on business and decided to take her with me to Hong Kong for a few days before traveling home. She already had a passport and I never even thought of issues, and there wern't any. She sailed through immigration.

    One other precaution was to have the girls dress conservatively tending towards a professional business look.

    I would be very hesitant of having someone with a virgin passport trying to go it alone from Manila. I haven't seen any hard statistics on how many are refused exit, but I wouldn't take the chance.

    Good luck!
    11 years ago IMHO it was much easier than now. 15 years was even easier, no questions even to Dubai. Now the immigration people are nastier, more jealous and like to create issues. Dressing nicely not like a tart is a give me and my fav wear longer dress and jacket with limited make up (sorry Pomp forget to add that to the PM).

  7. #11452
    Quote Originally Posted by Dg8787  [View Original Post]
    Wouldn't that make them at least 63 years old or 64 come March 13th? Not really a question. Just a statement. Unless they aged quicker in Saigon.
    Yeah. But then he would have been speaking fluent Vietnamese at birth. Plus he said he lived there the years before that.

  8. #11451
    Quote Originally Posted by PedroMorales  [View Original Post]
    And happy Vietnamese New Year. Over and out.

    Battle of Dien Bien Phu began on 13 March 1954 and ended on 7 May 1954, 64 years ago, making anyone living in Saigon then over 80 years of age.
    Wouldn't that make them at least 63 years old or 64 come March 13th? Not really a question. Just a statement. Unless they aged quicker in Saigon.

  9. #11450
    WilBel. You have received info from other posters. The main point you will see is that in most successful cases, the Pinay is traveling with her sponsor. This, IMHO, is the most important point. I would pick her up in the Philippines and travel with her. It will only help and protect what you have spent on your long trip. If need be, just pick up a Malaysia Philippines round trip for yourself. You can then get some pictures together to show.

    The second point is her age. It is better if she is over, let us say, 25. I am not sure the exact cutoff or if it currently makes any difference.

    The documentation is important but easy. The show money does not have to be that much if she is travelling with you.

    Years ago, I used to get two signature travellers checks and just have her sign on some of them. I could easily cancel or report them as lost if she bolts. The institution where I got the TC did not require the second signatory to be present during purchase.

    Hong Kong and Singapore are, IMHO, tougher ports. Also, it is best to approach the counter together and present your travel documents together. To show that you are travelling together. And be present if there is additional screening. Many young girls are not used to being questioned and are already very nervous and excited about the trip. She might stumble and get mixed up and panic. I have actually accompanied Pinays doing visa runs and I know and have been told, my documentations make it easier for the Pinay to enter some countries. I also helps that I am much older and can stare down people! LOL

    Quote Originally Posted by WickedRoger  [View Original Post]
    PM me as BD is correct but then it depends on where she goes, is she with you, can you prove you know her and the immigration officer who can den her but will let rich person accused of murder etc with an HDO or a look out bulletin posted leave LOL.
    Quote Originally Posted by BrainDrain  [View Original Post]
    My only experience is going to Phil and taking the girl out with me.

    Will depend on her confidence level etc. If she knows her rights then she will be fine. If she gets intimidated then they will ask her lots of questions and encourage her not to go. She will need to have available funds to prove she can support herself.

    Do you know her well? Have you had experiences with her before?

    BD.
    Quote Originally Posted by WilBel  [View Original Post]
    I'm planning to take a Pinay girl for a trip to Malaysia. She will be traveling from Manila to Malaysia and I'll be traveling from Ireland to Malaysia. When I told this she told that she may need to provide proper explanation and / or documentation to the Immigration Officer in the airport else they may deny the trip. Is that true? I'll be booking the round trip ticket and hotel for her in Kuala Lumpur. Some senior members kindly guide me how to handle this?

  10. #11449

    Bye bye Dien Bien Phu.

    And happy Vietnamese New Year. Over and out.

    Battle of Dien Bien Phu began on 13 March 1954 and ended on 7 May 1954, 64 years ago, making anyone living in Saigon then over 80 years of age.

  11. #11448

    Taking Pinay for Tour

    Quote Originally Posted by WilBel  [View Original Post]
    I'm planning to take a Pinay girl for a trip to Malaysia. She will be traveling from Manila to Malaysia and I'll be traveling from Ireland to Malaysia. When I told this she told that she may need to provide proper explanation and / or documentation to the Immigration Officer in the airport else they may deny the trip. Is that true?
    I've done this 4 times with 3 different girls. All had virgin passports and had never traveled outside the country. The first was 11 years ago. We had just met in Manila when I was there on business and decided to take her with me to Hong Kong for a few days before traveling home. She already had a passport and I never even thought of issues, and there wern't any. She sailed through immigration.

    The second was 6 years ago again to Hong Kong. She had a passport with a German visa from some other guy, but hadn't ever left the country. I had heard of problems leaving the Philippines so had prepared her with all our travel documents and reservations including her school ID. Gave her several hundred dollars to carry as show money. We had previously traveled to Boracay together and had pictures of us together there on her phone and my laptop. I also modified the hotel reservation to show her name in addition to mine on the reservation. After her first questioning, she was pulled into an office just behind the emigration booths. I was standing a few meters away not knowing exactly what to do when another officer saw me and asked If I were with her. That officer then suggested I go inside with her. They questioned both of us about how we met and how long we knew each other. Both of us had to sign some documents that we would return to the Philippines. They let me change the document saying that I was returning directly to my country. We were questioned about 20 minutes.

    The third time was three years ago. Again a virgin passport and we were going to Hong Kong. We had known each other a couple of years and had seen her 4 times including trips to Bohol and Palawan. Made sure she had all our pictures on her phone along with travel documents and several hundred dollars and her student ID. The female officer questioned her nicely and asked me to come over and asked me how long we knew each other etc. She then wanted to see pictures from Palawan. The girl was looking for them on her tablet, and not finding them right way, and I pulled them up on my laptop about the same time as she found them. The officer then just smiled and stamped her passport and let us go.

    The last time was about a year ago with the same girl. We were going to Malaysia and Cambodia. Made all the same preparations. The female officer questioning her was not friendly. I was a few meters away and the officer turned to look at me once, but never called me over. She looked at several pictures on her phone of us together at different places. After about 5 minutes she stamped her passport and let her through.

    One other precaution was to have the girls dress conservatively tending towards a professional business look.

    I would be very hesitant of having someone with a virgin passport trying to go it alone from Manila. I haven't seen any hard statistics on how many are refused exit, but I wouldn't take the chance.

    Good luck!

  12. #11447
    Quote Originally Posted by WilBel  [View Original Post]
    I'm planning to take a Pinay girl for a trip to Malaysia. She will be traveling from Manila to Malaysia and I'll be traveling from Ireland to Malaysia. When I told this she told that she may need to provide proper explanation and / or documentation to the Immigration Officer in the airport else they may deny the trip. Is that true? I'll be booking the round trip ticket and hotel for her in Kuala Lumpur. Some senior members kindly guide me how to handle this?
    I agree with Buko Max, below, that it could be a dicey situation, and it is better that you accompany her through Philippines departure procedures. For a first time overseas trip she will likely be interrogated thoroughly specially if she is travelling on her own. Get to immigration early, not just 2 hours before the flight. She will need to provide evidence that she can sustain herself for the period overseas.

    I took a Filipina to Singapore for her first time overseas trip a year or two ago. Mactan Immigration required her to fill in a questionnaire then she was questioned by two separate officers. The Filipina before her was rejected to a stream of tears. After half an hour there still was some doubt and an immigration official then came over to me to independently check the facts, and in particular how long I had known the lady in question. When I showed them that I had purchased six months previously the return ticket for two this appeared to be the deciding factor. We were the last to board the plane.

    Filipinos / Filipina do not require a visa for Malaysia if staying for less than 30 days. Take a look at this for more information:

    http://www.immigration.gov.ph/faqs/travel-req

    KongKing.

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  14. #11445
    Quote Originally Posted by PedroMorales  [View Original Post]
    As your knowledge on Vietnam is almost non-existent, you should probably skip it.
    There's no reason to be insulting, Mr. Morales. I lived as a resident in Saigon in the years before Dien Bien Phu. This was probably before you were born. I was fluent in Vietnamese. That faculty has waned but nevertheless much is still retained. However the question on the table is transporting a lovely Filipina out of the country which you have not addressed in two posts on this subject. Using your own words, "As your knowledge on (this subject) is almost non-existent, you should probably skip it.

  15. #11444

    Pinay Traveling Abroad Alone

    Quote Originally Posted by WilBel  [View Original Post]
    I'm planning to take a Pinay girl for a trip to Malaysia. She will be traveling from Manila to Malaysia and I'll be traveling from Ireland to Malaysia. When I told this she told that she may need to provide proper explanation and / or documentation to the Immigration Officer in the airport else they may deny the trip. Is that true?
    It could be a dicey situation depending on many factors including age, socioeconomic status, traveling experience, current employment, etc. Many pinays are denied boarding depending on the immigration officers attitude. Better if you accompany her.

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