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  1. #1894

    Khao Lak

    Hi,

    I realize its a quiet resort but any massage places here that offer BJ or FS? Thanks.

  2. #1893

    Hat Yai area

    Quote Originally Posted by TonyIndian  [View Original Post]
    The soapy is inside the Pink Hotel a stone's throw from Lee Garden / the center of town.

    Nearly all of the hotels in Hat Yai can arrange for these lineups to be delivered to your room. Just ask the bell boy, or even the front desk staff. Prices about 2500ST.

    I don't remember the street names of the brothels, but any moto taxi driver will take you there and if you don't like one street, they will happily ferry you to the next- in the hopes of receiving a commission.

    Don't go to Hat Yai expecting bang for the buck especially with pussy, the market is spoiled by the spendthrift weekend millionaire Malaysians. However, everything other than pussy (food, hotels, legit massages, transport etc.) is very cheap.
    I must agree with Tony but I haven't enjoyed the scene there as of yet since I was there for other reasons. So I can't comment on pricing. Food, massage and transport is great. I also found the people overall very friendly and the Thai I know from other areas have the same impression.

    The hotel aspect is new to me. Tony is this centre of town you are referring to and upscale hotels? As for the tourists there I agree there is Malays but a lot of them are from SG as well.

  3. #1892

    Mae Hong Son

    I have visited Mae Hong son several times but still couldn't find any action.

    It is a really small and quiet town.

    Could Anyone give me some tips?

    OTOP Projects-One Tambon one PhuSao.

  4. #1891
    Quote Originally Posted by Allover  [View Original Post]
    Thank you Syz and Nyezhov for the responses. I have been wanting to go to Ko Lanta, Ko Phangan, Ko Chang, Ko Tao, or Ko Samet. Been to Samui, Krabi, and Patong already. I'm a little nervous about Tao after reading about the killings there. I want a place with some girls and decent weather in July. I would want tyo stay in the most active part of the island--nothing remote. I stay away from weed in Thailand (frightened about getting reported) but enjoy it in the USA Thank you California! Maybe it would be safe to do that on one of these islands.
    My fav Ko in SEA would be Ko Ko Mo's. It does have girls, and there is a beach (club) just down the street. Sadly, I am woefully uninformed about outback Thailand. Be careful out thre!

  5. #1890
    Quote Originally Posted by XXL  [View Original Post]

    On Ko Tao no good swimmable beaches, only rocky beaches. Also on Ko Tao: no public transport below 400 baht per ride per person! Snorkelling very good only at Ao Leuk and White House, otherwise coral 80 to 100 percent dead. Diving very good everywhere from what I've heard. Happy shakes available. Didn't see any night life on Ko Tao.
    I found the coral okay For snorkelling at Ngam Yuan and Ao Hin Wong also but agree south end of island was best. Its essential to be there in the right season.

    I would probably stay away given the excessive corruption levels on the Island that required the police to alter evidence and frame those poor Burmese guys for the murders. Thailand tries to maintain its illusion of justice, to avoid decimating tourism. Just means I would get a creepy feeling to be there.

    Koh Tao is quite difficult to get to and very far. Had a rough bad weather boat trip and sea-sick. Not for mongering. I would give it a miss simply because Koh Phi Phi and Krabi is easier to get to. For a better nature place, in the south Koh Lipe and Adang is actually nicer. Satun (sounds like Sa-dtoon) province fly to Hat Yai. Not many Americans there, mainly Scandinavian types. Even some nice Swedish girls.

    I am not a dive expert.

  6. #1889
    Quote Originally Posted by XXL  [View Original Post]
    Ko Chang gets a lot of rain overall, more so in the rainy season. I read something on the web to the effect that Ko Chang could have dangerous rip currents in the rainy season. A good idea then would be to book a resort with a huge swimming pool, like KC Resort on White Sand Beach. Trekking through the island (only if you're fit) and Tree Top Climbing are fun. Good snorkelling around Ko Rang (full-day speed boat trip, forget the half-day one). Happy shakes at Lonely Beach.

    On Ko Tao no good swimmable beaches, only rocky beaches. Also on Ko Tao: no public transport below 400 baht per ride per person! Snorkelling very good only at Ao Leuk and White House, otherwise coral 80 to 100 percent dead. Diving very good everywhere from what I've heard. Happy shakes available. Didn't see any night life on Ko Tao.
    That's the hassle with Koh Chang, 100 baht bahtbusses down the main drag back and forth and don't think you aren't getting bent over if you are out partying in Lonely Beach and need to go to White Sands. And only a loony rides an MC there.

  7. #1888
    Quote Originally Posted by Allover  [View Original Post]
    I'll be in Thailand in July and I know some beach towns close that month due to weather. Would Ko Chang be a good place to visit in July?
    Ko Chang gets a lot of rain overall, more so in the rainy season. I read something on the web to the effect that Ko Chang could have dangerous rip currents in the rainy season. A good idea then would be to book a resort with a huge swimming pool, like KC Resort on White Sand Beach. Trekking through the island (only if you're fit) and Tree Top Climbing are fun. Good snorkelling around Ko Rang (full-day speed boat trip, forget the half-day one). Happy shakes at Lonely Beach.

    On Ko Tao no good swimmable beaches, only rocky beaches. Also on Ko Tao: no public transport below 400 baht per ride per person! Snorkelling very good only at Ao Leuk and White House, otherwise coral 80 to 100 percent dead. Diving very good everywhere from what I've heard. Happy shakes available. Didn't see any night life on Ko Tao.

  8. #1887
    Quote Originally Posted by Allover  [View Original Post]
    Thank you Syz and Nyezhov for the responses. I have been wanting to go to Ko Lanta, Ko Phangan, Ko Chang, Ko Tao, or Ko Samet. Been to Samui, Krabi, and Patong already. I'm a little nervous about Tao after reading about the killings there. I want a place with some girls and decent weather in July. I would want tyo stay in the most active part of the island--nothing remote. I stay away from weed in Thailand (frightened about getting reported) but enjoy it in the USA Thank you California! Maybe it would be safe to do that on one of these islands.
    99% of the weed you're going to get in Thailand as a tourist is the compressed Thai dirt weed. I have a plug in Bangkok that gets me Kali but it's twice the price is in the states. Regardless, when I go anywhere, I bring my own. I wouldn't reject kothao simply because of the bad press. But most of my beach life will be on Koh Chang as I liked it out there.

  9. #1886

    Beaches in July

    Quote Originally Posted by Nyezhov  [View Original Post]
    The weather probably sucks.
    Thank you Syz and Nyezhov for the responses. I have been wanting to go to Ko Lanta, Ko Phangan, Ko Chang, Ko Tao, or Ko Samet. Been to Samui, Krabi, and Patong already. I'm a little nervous about Tao after reading about the killings there. I want a place with some girls and decent weather in July. I would want tyo stay in the most active part of the island--nothing remote. I stay away from weed in Thailand (frightened about getting reported) but enjoy it in the USA Thank you California! Maybe it would be safe to do that on one of these islands.

  10. #1885

    Phrae

    Quote Originally Posted by KrumLov  [View Original Post]
    Hi guys,

    Tricky one. Anyone have any info on massage shops with happy ending in the small northern town of Phrae? Much obliged, thanks.
    Don't waste your time. Unless you are into anthropology. Historic sites and temples. My GF is from Phrae. Works for Thai government and is a stanch Buddhist.

    RL.

  11. #1884
    Quote Originally Posted by Allover  [View Original Post]
    I'll be in Thailand in July and I know some beach towns close that month due to weather. Would Ko Chang be a good place to visit in July?
    The weather probably sucks.

  12. #1883
    Quote Originally Posted by XXL  [View Original Post]
    You may even find the laid-back mongering enticing.
    Especially if you aren't Russian.

  13. #1882
    Quote Originally Posted by Allover  [View Original Post]
    I'll be in Thailand in July and I know some beach towns close that month due to weather. Would Ko Chang be a good place to visit in July?
    One can go to beach resorts any time, but July is not best for clearness of the water. Some rains may have set in the wash dirty water into the sea. This year the wet season came very late like September, and was short where August is more normal. Maybe early July can have okay Weather.

    I think gulf of Thailand in July may be better than Andaman side as weather is not the same both sides, but that is just a wild guess. I thought Koh Samet was not very optimal in September with debris in the beaches, but not so bad if beach swimming not a big objective.

    Now more to the point. I was in Koh Chang end of July 2015. It was a little bit on the rainy side. The wet season had started to set in. Still could be hot at times. I did swim a little bit. The island has some very steep roads that become muddy, slippery and quite dangerous in wet season. Still could get around and do things. Some remote roads became difficult to pass by car or bus at times when major rain storms. Vehicles can slip and slide off the roads on steep inclines. Probably the main areas would not have that problem so much. There could be ideal areas without the steep roads, most likely. Others may know that. I was in a far resort with accommodation converted from timber boats.

    I am sure early July could be a bit better. So late July not really recommended as ideal. Start of the wet season. If was me I would take somewhere easier for July like Koh Samet (easier to get to), I think. For sure Koh Chang can be really picturesque in the right season.

    P.S. In Koh Chang I was stuck with nothing to do much. In remote resort had no internet signal. The Mrs was not helping me out much at the time. That left eating and sleeping and shitting. I don't smoke weed. So maybe you want to make sure you are somewhere sufficiently civilised that can use your time. If you have sex on tap, could be O.K.

    I am not aware if Koh Chang has corral and nice tropical fish for snorkelling. Koh Samet does have some of that. I see Koh Chang has a dive centre.

    My very first trip to Koh Chang before it had roads (25 years ago), was with 3 girls from Pussy Galore bar in Pat Pong. No electricity and stayed in bungalows with lanterns/lamps. Was a better season and girls mostly spent time eating and smoking weed. I got enough sex to be not so bored. So make your own entertainment. Could have been Khlong Prao (Coconut) beach since was there was a walk to a waterfall.
    I worry from the other guys report that the talent in the bars may be very limited indeed. I think he mentioned 4 bars with about 1 or 2 girls each.

  14. #1881

    When to Visit Ko Chang

    Quote Originally Posted by XXL  [View Original Post]
    White Sand Beach has the easiest night-life as the 4 or 5 beer bars are concentrated within one same area on the Klong Prao Beach side of White Sand Beach. Quality is not worse than the beer bars in Pattaya. Girls will ask 1500 for ST at your hotel. They have ST rooms for another 300 bahts. I seemed to be the only client around 7 to 8 pm. Erawan Hotel was very girl-friendly as my girl came without ID but was waved in all the same.

    The bars at Kong Prae Beach are strung along three quarters of a mile either side of the main road on the White Sand Beach side of Chai Chet resort. Few girls (sometimes only 1 or 2) in each bar. You may like this set up if you're on a motorbike as you can spot doable girls from the road before stopping.

    There is at least one other miniature red-light "walking street" on Kai Bae Beach.

    No need to break the bank by bringing your own from Pattaya for a beach holiday. You may even find the laid-back mongering enticing.
    I'll be in Thailand in July and I know some beach towns close that month due to weather. Would Ko Chang be a good place to visit in July?

  15. #1880

    Ko Chang

    White Sand Beach has the easiest night-life as the 4 or 5 beer bars are concentrated within one same area on the Klong Prao Beach side of White Sand Beach. Quality is not worse than the beer bars in Pattaya. Girls will ask 1500 for ST at your hotel. They have ST rooms for another 300 bahts. I seemed to be the only client around 7 to 8 pm. Erawan Hotel was very girl-friendly as my girl came without ID but was waved in all the same.

    The bars at Kong Prae Beach are strung along three quarters of a mile either side of the main road on the White Sand Beach side of Chai Chet resort. Few girls (sometimes only 1 or 2) in each bar. You may like this set up if you're on a motorbike as you can spot doable girls from the road before stopping.

    There is at least one other miniature red-light "walking street" on Kai Bae Beach.

    No need to break the bank by bringing your own from Pattaya for a beach holiday. You may even find the laid-back mongering enticing.

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