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  1. #8284
    Quote Originally Posted by FastEddie48  [View Original Post]
    T not sure what the fat boy like.
    Rumors say that among the very few posters in the North Korea thread one is actually Mr. Kim.

  2. #8283

    No.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ebauche  [View Original Post]
    The world would be a better place if Trump and Kim would just iron things out over some siew yook mee and Tigers at a Geylang Eating House followed by a bit of pussy grabbing in one of the houses.
    To Ebauche.

    No OT Orchard Tower Trump are into Russian and E European lady not sure what the fat boy like.

    Fast Eddie 48.

  3. #8282
    Quote Originally Posted by BushRusher  [View Original Post]
    It goes without saying to pay attention to the requirements to be granted a visa on arrival. Most country web sites will list the general requirements. GG, you are lucky you got through after failing the 6 month. I would have fired the guy for being an idiot. Travelling for the below 23 year olds can be an issue in some areas.
    Thank you Bush, Banana, Red, MakeIt and Geneva for the very useful information. I will try and err on the safe side the first time she comes in.

    I very much appreciate your help!

    Thanks,

    JS.

  4. #8281
    It goes without saying to pay attention to the requirements to be granted a visa on arrival. Most country web sites will list the general requirements. GG, you are lucky you got through after failing the 6 month. I would have fired the guy for being an idiot. Travelling for the below 23 year olds can be an issue in some areas.

    Quote Originally Posted by GenevaGuy  [View Original Post]
    The MOST trouble I have had is in the girls leaving PHIL (manilla). What pricks they can be there. In 2017, a girl I know, a nurse who has many stamps on her passport as she has traveled as a traveling nurse to many countries was blocked because "she didn't have a job in SG". Duh. She wasn't coming for a job dummy. Why in the world do they CARE if people travel outside of PHIL? The president needs to do something about these people also.

    The other thing I will remind people is that SG has a strict rule. Your passport cannot expire less than 6 months of arriving. I was in VN in March and traveling to SG. I had 5. 5 months left on my passport (I'm stupid), and they almost didn't let me on the plane in HCMC to fly to SG (had to get special permission) and when I got to SG, had to visit the immigration desk and thankfully they let me in (I had a 3 hole maid waiting for me to arrive). I did a mea culpa to the immigration officer (a nice Malay woman) and she let me through and said "don't forget to renew your passport". Which I already did.

  5. #8280
    Quote Originally Posted by MakeItOrBreak  [View Original Post]
    If she has a good credit card it should be enough. Most likely more issues with airline in Thailand not wanting risk of needing to return pasenger cost.
    My experience with bringing in girls thru the airport has been mixed. My Viet sweetie got a big hassle the first time. She had a letter from me, a prepaid air BNB (with her name on it I paid), return ticket on SG airlines and $500 USD. They still held her up for 1. 5 hours then finally let her go. Next couple of times, I met her in HCMC and we flew together to SG. And I stood behind her in immigration line (behind that famous RED line, don't cross it to stand next to her hehe). And she looked at me as did the immigration officer and was easily let though (I guess cause he knew she was with me). One of the officers even spoke to her in vietnamese. They did not ask to see her cash when I was behind her (I got behind her when we got to the condo, many times hehehehe).

    I do think they prefer to see cash especially USD.

    For filiipinas, I have had mixed results but in all cases, all came though but sometimes with 1-2 hour delays. All had the letter, USD, return ticket, and place to stay.

    The MOST trouble I have had is in the girls leaving PHIL (manilla). What pricks they can be there. In 2017, a girl I know, a nurse who has many stamps on her passport as she has traveled as a traveling nurse to many countries was blocked because "she didn't have a job in SG". Duh. She wasn't coming for a job dummy. Why in the world do they CARE if people travel outside of PHIL? The president needs to do something about these people also.

    The other thing I will remind people is that SG has a strict rule. Your passport cannot expire less than 6 months of arriving. I was in VN in March and traveling to SG. I had 5. 5 months left on my passport (I'm stupid), and they almost didn't let me on the plane in HCMC to fly to SG (had to get special permission) and when I got to SG, had to visit the immigration desk and thankfully they let me in (I had a 3 hole maid waiting for me to arrive). I did a mea culpa to the immigration officer (a nice Malay woman) and she let me through and said "don't forget to renew your passport". Which I already did.

  6. #8279

    Creditcard

    Quote Originally Posted by RedDragon64  [View Original Post]
    This is fairly SOP when entering any country. Immigration may ask to show your return ticket to prove how long you are staying, hotel booking to show proof that you have somewhere to stay, and proof of funds to cover your stay. Showing a wad of cash is a bit old school (I have seen people use bankbooks, or printouts of their recent account statements). It can be a bit subjective (like many things in immigration).

    Hope this helps.
    If she has a good credit card it should be enough. Most likely more issues with airline in Thailand not wanting risk of needing to return pasenger cost.

  7. #8278
    More than enough to cover stay (hotel and meals) and touring is required as well as airline tickets. Also important is a job back home if possible or strong attachments back home. Every place requires it.

    As you noticed, this has been mentioned in many posts. I would not have let her borrow from a "friend" as the interest payments are usually very high. Usually a supporting letter, prepaid hotel, confirmed and paid in full round trip ticket and some cash helps. Travelling with her is best. Even if everything is in order, it all depends on the immigration officer. There was a post some time ago whereby a punter's girls was pulled aside and almost denied entry; even though the punter was travelling with her and had everything in order.

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnSue  [View Original Post]
    Many years ago I flew a Thai friend into Singapore for a few days. She had previously worked in Singapore and said she had to show money at the airport on arrival. A couple of days after she arrived I noticed a big wad of cash in her bag, and she said she had shown it at the airport. As she had borrowed it from a friend in Thailand she had to take it back.

    I have seen reference to this on the Forums so am assuming this still is required?

    I might fly another friend in from Thailand in the future who has not travelled much and has to the best of my knowledge never been involved in the sex trade.

    My question is, typically how much money is needed to be shown at the airport?

    Thanks!

    JS.

  8. #8277
    Quote Originally Posted by JohnSue  [View Original Post]
    I might fly another friend in from Thailand in the future who has not travelled much and has to the best of my knowledge never been involved in the sex trade.
    a Thai girl who is not in the sex trade recently came to meet me in Singapore and she didn't need to show any money and had no issues at Immigration. She did have a return flight ticket and proof of where she was staying but was not asked for either. However, as RedDragon implies, it's all up to the Immigration officer.

  9. #8276
    Quote Originally Posted by JohnSue  [View Original Post]
    Many years ago I flew a Thai friend into Singapore for a few days. She had previously worked in Singapore and said she had to show money at the airport on arrival. A couple of days after she arrived I noticed a big wad of cash in her bag, and she said she had shown it at the airport. As she had borrowed it from a friend in Thailand she had to take it back.

    I have seen reference to this on the Forums so am assuming this still is required?

    I might fly another friend in from Thailand in the future who has not travelled much and has to the best of my knowledge never been involved in the sex trade.

    My question is, typically how much money is needed to be shown at the airport?

    Thanks!

    JS.
    This is fairly SOP when entering any country. Immigration may ask to show your return ticket to prove how long you are staying, hotel booking to show proof that you have somewhere to stay, and proof of funds to cover your stay. Showing a wad of cash is a bit old school (I have seen people use bankbooks, or printouts of their recent account statements). It can be a bit subjective (like many things in immigration).

    Hope this helps.

  10. #8275
    Quote Originally Posted by JohnSue  [View Original Post]
    Latest news is that meeting will be on Sentosa. Hopefully they will both stay on Sentosa and the rest of Singapore can just carry on. This could all be fake news I guess. When Bush Senior visited a long time ago he stayed at the Shangri La, which on the "mainland" is one of the easier hotels to isolate I guess.
    According to the New York Times, both are staying at "mainland" hotels– Trump at Shangri-La and Kim at St Regis.

    Major worship to anybody who gets a photo of Trump at OT or cruising in the presidential limo around Geylang.

  11. #8274

    Show Money at Changi.

    Many years ago I flew a Thai friend into Singapore for a few days. She had previously worked in Singapore and said she had to show money at the airport on arrival. A couple of days after she arrived I noticed a big wad of cash in her bag, and she said she had shown it at the airport. As she had borrowed it from a friend in Thailand she had to take it back.

    I have seen reference to this on the Forums so am assuming this still is required?

    I might fly another friend in from Thailand in the future who has not travelled much and has to the best of my knowledge never been involved in the sex trade.

    My question is, typically how much money is needed to be shown at the airport?

    Thanks!

    JS.

  12. #8273
    Quote Originally Posted by JohnSue  [View Original Post]
    Latest news is that meeting will be on Sentosa. Hopefully they will both stay on Sentosa and the rest of Singapore can just carry on. This could all be fake news I guess. When Bush Senior visited a long time ago he stayed at the Shangri La, which on the "mainland" is one of the easier hotels to isolate I guess.

    I have landed at airports with AF1 and AF2 parked up. I would be extremely surprised if Singapore closed Changi. But the roads are an issue, but if you just drive them both to Sentosa (or fly them) and lock the little island down. Problem goes away.
    More news on the upcoming meeting.

    https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news...uring-10396644

    https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news...p-kim-10398926

    I wonder what will happen to us worker bees whose offices are in and around the "special event zone".

  13. #8272
    Quote Originally Posted by Ebauche  [View Original Post]
    The world would be a better place if Trump and Kim would just iron things out over some siew yook mee and Tigers at a Geylang Eating House followed by a bit of pussy grabbing in one of the houses.
    Latest news is that meeting will be on Sentosa. Hopefully they will both stay on Sentosa and the rest of Singapore can just carry on. This could all be fake news I guess. When Bush Senior visited a long time ago he stayed at the Shangri La, which on the "mainland" is one of the easier hotels to isolate I guess.

    I have landed at airports with AF1 and AF2 parked up. I would be extremely surprised if Singapore closed Changi. But the roads are an issue, but if you just drive them both to Sentosa (or fly them) and lock the little island down. Problem goes away.

  14. #8271
    Quote Originally Posted by BlackPage  [View Original Post]
    I wonder if they will take Trump and Kim to
    The world would be a better place if Trump and Kim would just iron things out over some siew yook mee and Tigers at a Geylang Eating House followed by a bit of pussy grabbing in one of the houses.

  15. #8270

    Uu

    Quote Originally Posted by RedDragon64  [View Original Post]
    I was on my way to the airport in Atlanta many years ago. We were making good time when suddenly all the traffic on the freeway came to a complete stop for 30 minutes. We eventually heard on the radio that Dan Quayle was on his way to the airport so they had locked down ALL of the freeways in the city. I remember exclaiming "No man on this planet is that important".
    So I am definitely staying away from downtown SG for the whole time that visit is going on.
    I could bet that Singapore's police is expected to be and will be more efficient than Atlanta Police. If they lock all freeways of Atlanta for Dan Quayle, what could they do if Mr. Kim will pay a visit to the CocaCola factory?

    Quote Originally Posted by Blanquiceleste  [View Original Post]
    More on the upcoming meeting.
    I wonder if they will take Trump and Kim to Batam for massage and KTV? For those who know that place: imagine the Utama area delimited as "special event area".

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