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  1. #1860

    Just sad.

    Quote Originally Posted by Eszpresszo  [View Original Post]
    I'm not sure where you got five hours, from. The bus ride to Hat Yai from Georgetown is listed as under 4 hours. Arrival point is near the train station off of the main drag. There are no direct flights from Penang to HDY. You take a plane, then you have a connection in a major city and double back at great expense for a short distance, five hours minimum.

    And there is no such thing as one hour flight. You can't just jump on a plane. You go out to the airport, go through security screening, and then wait to get boarded. In the case of KUL, that's a ways out of town. If there is no delay, and your flight arrives on time, you still have to retrieve your checked in luggage. If you cross a foreign border in Asia, there will be customs and immigration to deal with. After that, you will find transportation from the airport into town. More time and expense. I don't think you have flown in a while, but anytime you get on an airplane nowadays, it's a big hassle. You have made references to your "maiden voyage" in other posts, so if you haven't actually done this trip, I think you should avoid giving people direction on it.
    Your response to a poster" I would recommend you skip Europe, unless you want to blow a lot of cash. The Netherlands? London? Switzerland? You've got to be joking. ".

    "so if you haven't actually done this trip, I think you should avoid giving people direction on it. " Didn't catch your TR from these places?

    Oh I see the rules don't apply to you.

  2. #1859
    Quote Originally Posted by EngineDriver  [View Original Post]
    Has anyone experienced Dannok, the border town 40 km away from Hat Yai? I hear it's a bit of a mongering location now for Malaysians and Singaporeans and may have taken over Hat Yai's red light district. Is it worth visiting and for how long?
    PM me, I know Dannok.

  3. #1858
    Quote Originally Posted by Mogwai  [View Original Post]
    There's actually a thread about Dannok with some recent FRs: http://www.internationalsexguide.inf...thern-Thailand.
    Thanks, I should have RTFF. Seems like an exciting little town.

  4. #1857
    Quote Originally Posted by EngineDriver  [View Original Post]
    Has anyone experienced Dannok, the border town 40 km away from Hat Yai?
    There's actually a thread about Dannok with some recent FRs: http://www.internationalsexguide.inf...thern-Thailand.

  5. #1856

    Dannok

    Has anyone experienced Dannok, the border town 40 km away from Hat Yai? I hear it's a bit of a mongering location now for Malaysians and Singaporeans and may have taken over Hat Yai's red light district. Is it worth visiting and for how long?

  6. #1855
    Quote Originally Posted by NewImage  [View Original Post]
    Hey but you decide.
    I'm not sure where you got five hours, from. The bus ride to Hat Yai from Georgetown is listed as under 4 hours. Arrival point is near the train station off of the main drag. There are no direct flights from Penang to HDY. You take a plane, then you have a connection in a major city and double back at great expense for a short distance, five hours minimum.

    And there is no such thing as one hour flight. You can't just jump on a plane. You go out to the airport, go through security screening, and then wait to get boarded. In the case of KUL, that's a ways out of town. If there is no delay, and your flight arrives on time, you still have to retrieve your checked in luggage. If you cross a foreign border in Asia, there will be customs and immigration to deal with. After that, you will find transportation from the airport into town. More time and expense. I don't think you have flown in a while, but anytime you get on an airplane nowadays, it's a big hassle. You have made references to your "maiden voyage" in other posts, so if you haven't actually done this trip, I think you should avoid giving people direction on it.

  7. #1854

    To me 1 HR plane flight vs 5 hrs bus trip

    Quote Originally Posted by AgFox  [View Original Post]
    I did this trip a couple of years ago enroute to Krabi. I went by minibus easily and cheaply booked from anywhere in Penang. As I remember, about 5 hours. Bus was full but still comfortable even though I'm now very much a SOG (Sad old Git). The border crossing was quite fun: a seething mass of Humanity and yet some order in the apparent chaos! It's all about the experience; go and enjoy.
    Hey but you decide.

  8. #1853

    Penang. Hatyai.

    Quote Originally Posted by FunMan13  [View Original Post]
    /I plan to visit Hatyai from Penang in the first week of April/. I read this thread from 4th of July, 2010 to present. Thank God I am an American Chinese who speaks some Mandarin. Hopefully I'll sneak by as an Asian.

    Can anyone tell me what's the best way to get from Penang to Hatyai? I hope there's a luxury bus like those from Singapore to Penang. Where can I board these buses? Should I make advance booking?

    Thanks.

    Funman13.
    I did this trip a couple of years ago enroute to Krabi. I went by minibus easily and cheaply booked from anywhere in Penang. As I remember, about 5 hours. Bus was full but still comfortable even though I'm now very much a SOG (Sad old Git). The border crossing was quite fun: a seething mass of Humanity and yet some order in the apparent chaos! It's all about the experience; go and enjoy.

  9. #1852
    Quote Originally Posted by NewImage  [View Original Post]
    Done some research re Hat Yai with same plan as you. Found bus trip is doable but hassle as get on and off with immigration at border. . If I was going to do it I would fly direct from Kl. I hate hassle.

    Did some prelim research on HY but crossed off due to language difficulties. You with your linguistic skills will prob do OK.

    Any intel on Penang. Going in June / July.

    Regards.

    NI.
    If someone is already in Penang, how would it be easier to fly to HDY from KUL? Well, it wouldn't.

    I am planning to visit Penang next month and have also done some research. Its a modest ride from there on a bus to Dannok or Hat Yai, with buses regularly departing from Komtar or the terminal in Butterworth. Prices are around $10 US. How big of a hassle could that be? Fly into HDY and you have to get off the plane to you still go through customs. Then you have catch a ride into town from the airport. I don't see how that would be anymore hassle than the land route that drops you off at or near the train station in Hat Yai.

  10. #1851

    Easier to fly direct from Kl

    Quote Originally Posted by FunMan13  [View Original Post]
    I plan to visit Hatyai from Penang in the first week of April. I read this thread from 4th of July, 2010 to present. Thank God I am an American Chinese who speaks some Mandarin. Hopefully I'll sneak by as an Asian.
    Can anyone tell me what's the best way to get from Penang to Hatyai? I hope there's a luxury bus like those from Singapore to Penang. Where can I board these buses? Should I make advance booking?
    Thanks.
    Funman13.
    Done some research re Hat Yai with same plan as you. Found bus trip is doable but hassle as get on and off with immigration at border. . If I was going to do it I would fly direct from Kl. I hate hassle.

    Did some prelim research on HY but crossed off due to language difficulties. You with your linguistic skills will prob do OK.

    Any intel on Penang. Going in June / July.

    Regards.

    NI.

  11. #1850

    Visiting Hatyai

    I plan to visit Hatyai from Penang in the first week of April. I read this thread from 4th of July, 2010 to present. Thank God I am an American Chinese who speaks some Mandarin. Hopefully I'll sneak by as an Asian.

    Can anyone tell me what's the best way to get from Penang to Hatyai? I hope there's a luxury bus like those from Singapore to Penang. Where can I board these buses? Should I make advance booking?

    Thanks.

    Funman13.

  12. #1849

    Bars, massage, soapies, FLs in Hat Yai

    The following page has info on bars, massage, soapies, FLs in Hat Yai with location maps.

    http://www.thailandredcat.com/nightl...ls-in-hat-yai/

  13. #1848

    Hat Yai

    Spent two nights in Hat Yai. Went to Atami. Girls are young and fairly average looking, but a few doables in a fishbowl type setting. I was quoted 3 price levels all identified by the colour of the badge the girl was wearing. 1000 baht, 1200 baht, and 1400 baht, everything included. I picked a 1200 baht chick who said she was from Bangkok, but no English, and no kids. The room is clean but old style. The bed is a small double with a thin but very firm mattress. There is a bathtub in which we both showered together. The girl first gave a strange soft leg massage for about 10 minutes before proceeding to the sex part. CBJ first then FS. They say it is one hour but I was one and done in half an HR. Overall an okay experience.

    Didn't really enjoy Hat Yai. Not much English spoken, only thai tv channels in the hotel I stayed at, restaurants too Asian Style for me, tuk tuks ask too much. But picked up some porno dvd's in the blackmarket there for 50 baht each. Will see if they work later. Lots of small sexshop style stalls here as well but only in that blackmarket area. Tuk tuk to Hat Yai airport cost me 250 baht, where I high tailed it back to Pattaya on AirAsia, a 1 HR flight to Utupao, where I took a shared minivan for 250 baht direct to hotel. Can't see any reason to go back to Hat Yai when its all better in Pattaya.

  14. #1847

    Looking for people to meet up

    Anyone going to Hatyai on the 9th till 11th? Looking to join up.

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  15. #1846
    Quote Originally Posted by Smily59  [View Original Post]
    I was not interested in massage ladies or chicken farm. Sorry can not report about these subjects. After a good nights sleep I found a motor bike taxi who claimed to know the Karaoke shops (9 am). These shops are not Karaokes you would go late with your friends for drinking and singing. These are brothels where you "book" a lady LT, she has to be back in the "office" at 8 am. OK. So I told the bike taxi guy my requirements. Just in case the papasan does not speak english and that he would have to be patient because I want to see quite a few shops before doing the booking further that I would not pay him if I book because he will get his comission. In case of me not booking it would be 50 bht every 30 minutes. He told me to expect 2500 bht for the booking what as far as I know is fair, especially when a comission has to be paid.
    What you think Asian cheongster call chicken farm in hat yai. You simply visit these chicken farm. Most has been reported in the past about it. Wonder why you take a driver.

    Quote Originally Posted by Smily59  [View Original Post]
    Then we went to 1 block north of Daiichi Hotel, Chaiyakuluthit Soi 3. Two Karaokes just on opposit sides of the street. Won't mention names (pm me. Don't want the shops to be closed for legal reasons), but easy to spot.
    Don't worry Chuwit has showed a vdo of all hat yai chicken farms some years ago and they are still in action, legendary freeler has mention the place. Near Visa hotel. Strangely the drivers always bring the farang to the same places. Others farms are still there.

    Hat yai is not what is used to be. Most of the P4P has move near Sadao border. It s not something new.

    If you missed the bar scene, go to Songkhla (once again read the archives).

    Hat yai has solid Asian scene. Chicken farm, soapie massage, KTV cheap brothels, coyote show. And lousy bar girls. Up to you.

    Anyway thank for your report, maybe it can help.

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