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  1. #1868

    Learning to Crawl in Hatyai

    Quote Originally Posted by Crocodilexp  [View Original Post]
    Hat Yai has a scene, geared mostly towards the locals (it's a big regional center) and Malaysians.

    If you're in town the spots to check out are:
    What a great report! Thanks for taking the time to write it.

  2. #1867

    Hat Yai 2024

    Quote Originally Posted by XXL  [View Original Post]
    I was thinking of giving Hat Yai a try next year as an escape venue from Pattaya's oppressive peak season.

    Getting around might be a problem. A hotel near a major shopping mall will have to be found.
    Hat Yai has a scene, geared mostly towards the locals (it's a big regional center) and Malaysians.

    If you're in town the spots to check out are:

    Mandarin "hotel": 500 baht per pop, straight up brothel, open 24 h from what I can see, with distinct day / night shifts. At night they sit in front, during the day, you need to enter and walk around. Some workers from the north who might not be Thai, a motley mix occasionally, but cheap enough that usually low quality service won't be bothersome. Orange building on the corner of Nipatuthit 1 and Prachathipat roads.

    Kim Hua "hotel": 400-500 baht per pop, mostly daytime, closes around 9-10 pm. More steady Thai workers, slightly better service than Mandarin, but not "good" by Pattaya standards. On Nipatuthit 3 road, close to the T intersection with Chee Uthit road, has an English sign.

    Lao houses on Nipatuthit 1 road Soi 2 and 3 (which connect in a you circle). About 6-7 houses with Lao girls, 1000/ pop. Not great service, not particularly friendly, but some great lookers for that price. These get going at night, around 8 pm, there's not much to indicate they exist in the daytime.

    There are also streetwalkers on Nipatuthit 2 and side streets, 500 baht.

    Chinnawate road takeout places are nearly dead and ask ridiculous prices (2000-3000 baht for a tiny selection of decidedly unappealing women).

    Was just passing through several months ago, didn't have a ton of time to snoop around. Haven't found anything else of use. If you do know, please share.

  3. #1866
    Quote Originally Posted by Betong  [View Original Post]
    Nah, I think Hatyai is a cool town. Maybe my favorite provincial Thai city. It's just set up for Asians, not Westerners. If you want everything on a platter, sure, go elsewhere. But if you've got the time to explore the bars and clubs and MPs and booking joints then Hatyai will reward you. In fact my best experiences have been in Asian-oriented places like Hatyai, and Batam and Quezon City etc. , not in sex tourist hypermarkets like Pattaya. But maybe that's just me.

    (And just as well they put Pink Lady out of its misery. By the end they had exactly four ladies, all of whom had 20+ years working in soapies. They knew their jobs but, uh, no thanks.).
    I found Hat Yai to be a cool town. There are worthy MPs opposite Lee Garden Night Market and other ones scattered throughout the city. Overall the vibe is laidback. There is a hypermarket less than an hour away called Danok, but I thought the scene was pretty run down there. It's definitely active thought. It caters to Chinese and Malaysians from what I can tell.

  4. #1865

    TF in Hat Yai

    Outside Bangkok and Pattaya, I noticed Hat Yai had a high number of girls on TF, most of which looked like they're on the game (not just nice MILFs looking for a husband). Another upside of this city was the choice of good hotels at reasonable prices. The hotel I stayed in was one of the best hotel deals I ever had in Thailand.

    I was thinking of giving Hat Yai a try next year as an escape venue from Pattaya's oppressive peak season.

    Getting around might be a problem. A hotel near a major shopping mall will have to be found.

  5. #1864
    Quote Originally Posted by Betong  [View Original Post]
    Nah, I think Hatyai is a cool town. Maybe my favorite provincial Thai city. It's just set up for Asians, not Westerners. If you want everything on a platter, sure, go elsewhere. But if you've got the time to explore the bars and clubs and MPs and booking joints then Hatyai will reward you. In fact my best experiences have been in Asian-oriented places like Hatyai, and Batam and Quezon City etc. , not in sex tourist hypermarkets like Pattaya. But maybe that's just me.

    (And just as well they put Pink Lady out of its misery. By the end they had exactly four ladies, all of whom had 20+ years working in soapies. They knew their jobs but, uh, no thanks.).
    Nice viewpoint, thanks for that.

  6. #1863
    Quote Originally Posted by ManonsanBoy  [View Original Post]
    2023. Hatyai is dead for P4 P. Pink lady has closed. The town sucks.
    Nah, I think Hatyai is a cool town. Maybe my favorite provincial Thai city. It's just set up for Asians, not Westerners. If you want everything on a platter, sure, go elsewhere. But if you've got the time to explore the bars and clubs and MPs and booking joints then Hatyai will reward you. In fact my best experiences have been in Asian-oriented places like Hatyai, and Batam and Quezon City etc. , not in sex tourist hypermarkets like Pattaya. But maybe that's just me.

    (And just as well they put Pink Lady out of its misery. By the end they had exactly four ladies, all of whom had 20+ years working in soapies. They knew their jobs but, uh, no thanks.).

  7. #1862
    Quote Originally Posted by ManonsanBoy  [View Original Post]
    2023. Hatyai is dead for P4 P. Pink lady has closed. The town sucks and it is now very down market without any of the advantages.
    You mean htayai all those night life massage centre is dead?

  8. #1861
    2023. Hatyai is dead for P4 P. Pink lady has closed. The town sucks and it is now very down market without any of the advantages.

  9. #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.

  10. #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.

  11. #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.

  12. #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.

  13. #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?

  14. #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.

  15. #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.

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