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  1. #8803

    My vote.

    Quote Originally Posted by Hack351  [View Original Post]
    Planning a ten day visit for my first time. I don't care about sight seeing, just looking for ease of access and quality of girl.
    One vote for Pattaya.

    Enjoy,

    Hotman.

  2. #8802
    I've had quality fun in all three but would probably split between Bangkok (Sukhumvit area or Patong) and Pattaya.

    Quote Originally Posted by Hack351  [View Original Post]
    Planning a ten day visit for my first time. I don't care about sight seeing, just looking for ease of access and quality of girl.
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  3. #8801

    First time visit. Bangkok, Phuket, or Pattaya?

    Planning a ten day visit for my first time. I don't care about sight seeing, just looking for ease of access and quality of girl.

  4. #8800

    Legit massage

    Quote Originally Posted by OldGentleman  [View Original Post]
    Dear friends,

    Thanks for all wonderful inputs. This time I am staying around terminal 21. Can you guys suggest economical 1 laundry 2 manicure, pedicure shop 3 legitimate massage shop.

    I am planning to visit Mitu (do I have to climb lots of stairs as read). Club 102, addict, soapy at rachda, girls from smooci.

    Can I get original electronics gadgets at Bangkok if so which mall.

    Thanks guys.
    Lavana, on Soi 12, is for good legit massage, this is what I meant. When I went to Mitu, I was taken to the top of the house up a lot of stairs. I do not know if they have rooms on the ground floor.

  5. #8799
    Quote Originally Posted by OldGentleman  [View Original Post]
    Dear friends,

    Thanks for all wonderful inputs. This time I am staying around terminal 21. Can you guys suggest economical 1 laundry 2 manicure, pedicure shop 3 legitimate massage shop.

    I am planning to visit Mitu (do I have to climb lots of stairs as read). Club 102, addict, soapy at rachda, girls from smooci.

    Can I get original electronics gadgets at Bangkok if so which mall.

    Thanks guys.
    Try Lavana on Soi12.

  6. #8798
    Quote Originally Posted by Canyon  [View Original Post]
    Can anyone recommend a good place to meet students? Also, has anyone had success in meeting young beauties in shopping malls? Which ones?
    Go for a walk in one of the University cafeterias and take a look around. Aim for between 11:45-1:00 PM. Many fine dishes on offer. Any shopping Mall. Look for sellers that are trying to get you to try moisture cream or other products that need to be applied to the skin. Once she has your hand in hers it's a great start. I have had success with this in particular, it's easy to get the conversation rolling along. Don't be shy. Get to the point quickly and if no positive response move on.

  7. #8797

    Tom Yum and Laksa

    Some time ago, someone claimed that Tom Yum contains coconut milk which is not correct (made with evaporated milk in the non clear variety of Tom Yum). However some might be interested to know there is a Thai version of Malaysian / Indo Laksa made WITH coconut milk.

    Found this on the internet:

    "Thai Laksa: The Thai laksa is quite common dish in Southern Thailand; the dish is probably influenced by its neighbor the Malaysian laksa lemak or curry laksa. Thai laksa employs red curry paste, chicken broth and coconut milk, hence it can be categorized as curry laksa, and yet it demonstrate some similar traits of Thai favourite tom yum goong, such as generous amount of lemongrass, prawns and button mushrooms. Thai laksa uses rice noodles, garlic, lemongrass, ginger, red curry paste, chicken stock, soy sauce, sugar, coconut milk, prawns, button mushrooms, spinach, lime juice, coriander and onions".

    Personally I prefer without the coconut milk, or a very low amount, just personal taste. If Tom yum has coconut milk added, it no longer tastes like Tom Yum at all, and is more like a Laksa dish.

    The taste of Thai "Gaeng Garee" (yellow-brown curry) is not far different to a Malaysian Laksa except it is thick curry not runny and has no noodles. I go for "Bpoo Phat Phong Garee" (stir fried crab in yellow-brown curry paste and a little cream).

  8. #8796

    Students and Malls

    Can anyone recommend a good place to meet students? Also, has anyone had success in meeting young beauties in shopping malls? Which ones?

  9. #8795
    Quote Originally Posted by RobertLong  [View Original Post]
    I stay on Soi 19 when in BKK. All of those Massage shops are full service. The problem is the personnel have a lot to be desired. I found one and she was a 6 and gave a great massage and took off all her clothes and supplied the condom. She wanted 3000 and I refused so she went down to 2000. The massage was better than the sex. Live and learn. The only way you know is from experience.

    RL.
    I haven't looked at the Soi 19 massage shops, perhaps they are better than the ones at Soi 11 where I paid between 1400 and 1800 baht for massage, BJ, and sex. Some girls are better performers than others. I found nothing better than a 6, maybe a 7.

  10. #8794

    Soi 19

    Quote Originally Posted by Horntoad  [View Original Post]
    That laundry is still open and you're right, that sign has the menu of prices on it. Pretty reasonable and you can get same day service if you bring it in early enough. There are probably ten legit massage shops within a block of this laundry also. I prefer Healthland since they have a whole menu of spa treatments also.
    I stay on Soi 19 when in BKK. All of those Massage shops are full service. The problem is the personnel have a lot to be desired. I found one and she was a 6 and gave a great massage and took off all her clothes and supplied the condom. She wanted 3000 and I refused so she went down to 2000. The massage was better than the sex. Live and learn. The only way you know is from experience.

    RL.

  11. #8793

    The question of how to spend a short "lay over" at BKK airport comes up often

    The question of how to spend a short "lay over" at BKK airport comes up often. I just had a short layover and decided to "take one for the team" to see what could happen in 4 hours. The itinerary:

    --Arrived on a Thai domestic flight at about 5:30 pm. Boarding time for the international flight was 9:30 pm.

    --Collected luggage and checked it in at Thai international. I was flying business class so departure waits at security and immigration are nonexistent. I had collected my boarding pass by 6 pm.

    --Cleared the airport by 6:15 pm, using train link to Phaya Thai station. Airport link takes a bit more than 30 minutes to BTS connection. FYI for future travelers, the airport link has 8 stations, including Phaya Thai and Suvarnabhumi.

    --Took BTS to Nana about 15 minutes. Made sure I had baht coins (31 baht) to avoid waiting in the lines for change.

    -- Arrived Nana BTS at a little after 7 pm.

    This is the point where I got lazy and decided against visiting Bamboo or continuing the additional stops to Phrom Phong or Thong Lor. (In my own defense, I had been royally laid that morning and didn't have the urgent need. Plus, I needed to hit duty free.) So I paid a visit to the BJ shop whose name must not be mentioned here. I spent about 30 minutes with a cute young thing (really- somewhat flat chested but quite pretty). I could have spent an hour, maybe 90 minutes at Bamboo or an hour at one of the soi 24 oilies. (Additional BTS travel time to / from Phrom Phong would make 90 minutes problematic.).

    The return trip to the airport took about an hour, arrived at 8:30 pm Made my duty free purchases, swilled a couple drinks and boarded my flight.

    So, I think 4 hours is a bare minimum time for getting laid on a layover and many things have to come together for that to happen.

    Things to keep in mind: 1), because I had business class privileges I didn't have to worry about waiting in check-in line, clearing immigration time, and the upstairs security check; 2) traffic on both the airport highway and Sukhumvit was horrible. Taking a taxi would have been a disaster. 3) The train gods were smiling on me at each connection and I waited less than 5 minutes for both the airport link train rides and less than one minute for the BTS rides. 4) I had Thai coins for the BTS fares 31 baht from Phaya Thai station to Nana.

    I hope this report is helpful in answering questions about what's possible in a short layover.

  12. #8792
    Quote Originally Posted by Syzygies  [View Original Post]
    I used to use a Laundry in Soi 19. It was only a few shops down on the left once get past the Westin Hotel / Robison store. Was in the back of another shop like a travel agent maybe. Unfortunately I can't guarantee it is still there. The girl that worked there was learning English and quite Hot. LOL I think she had a Farang boyfriend or two.

    https://goo.gl/maps/zJavVanr1AN2 I think the blurred purple sign may be the Laundry menu of prices. Could be wrong as a I can't quite read the sign. However 80% chance I am right.

    There should be laundries in many Sois off Sukhumvit. Don't have to go far at all. Just do a Google Maps search for laundries and use street view to make sure the marker is in correct location.

    Soi 19 has a lot of massage shops. I never wanted a real massage so cannot advise. Never wanted a pedicure or manicure as well but would be surprised if cannot find that real close.
    That laundry is still open and you're right, that sign has the menu of prices on it. Pretty reasonable and you can get same day service if you bring it in early enough. There are probably ten legit massage shops within a block of this laundry also. I prefer Healthland since they have a whole menu of spa treatments also.

  13. #8791
    Quote Originally Posted by AussieDoug  [View Original Post]
    Laundry and manicure / pedicure side by side in Soi 5, legit massage also around there, but I never try massage, does nought for me. Phram 9 on the underground has a big electronics mall.
    He means there is big electronics area in Fortune Town on West side of Ratchadaphisek road and can get there by MRT underground rail to Phra Raam 9 (Rama 9 in English) station. Probably the easiest one to get to.

    Phanthip Plaza is another big electronic and computer mall. Also have a large section at Seacon Square.

  14. #8790
    Quote Originally Posted by OldGentleman  [View Original Post]
    Dear friends,

    Thanks for all wonderful inputs. This time I am staying around terminal 21. Can you guys suggest economical 1 laundry 2 manicure, pedicure shop 3 legitimate massage shop.

    I am planning to visit Mitu (do I have to climb lots of stairs as read). Club 102, addict, soapy at rachda, girls from smooci.

    Can I get original electronics gadgets at Bangkok if so which mall.

    Thanks guys.
    Laundry and manicure / pedicure side by side in Soi 5, legit massage also around there, but I never try massage, does nought for me. Phram 9 on the underground has a big electronics mall.

  15. #8789
    Quote Originally Posted by OldGentleman  [View Original Post]
    Dear friends,

    Thanks for all wonderful inputs. This time I am staying around terminal 21. Can you guys suggest economical 1 laundry 2 manicure, pedicure shop 3 legitimate massage shop.

    I am planning to visit Mitu (do I have to climb lots of stairs as read). Club 102, addict, soapy at rachda, girls from smooci.

    Can I get original electronics gadgets at Bangkok if so which mall.

    Thanks guys.
    I used to use a Laundry in Soi 19. It was only a few shops down on the left once get past the Westin Hotel / Robison store. Was in the back of another shop like a travel agent maybe. Unfortunately I can't guarantee it is still there. The girl that worked there was learning English and quite Hot. LOL I think she had a Farang boyfriend or two.

    https://goo.gl/maps/zJavVanr1AN2 I think the blurred purple sign may be the Laundry menu of prices. Could be wrong as a I can't quite read the sign. However 80% chance I am right.

    There should be laundries in many Sois off Sukhumvit. Don't have to go far at all. Just do a Google Maps search for laundries and use street view to make sure the marker is in correct location.

    Soi 19 has a lot of massage shops. I never wanted a real massage so cannot advise. Never wanted a pedicure or manicure as well but would be surprised if cannot find that real close.

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