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  1. #10254

    Ex-Soms haven.

    This report is quite old and Som's haven have changed their name. I'm not sure of the new name I think it's phra phong but the location is opposite to Terminal 21 in this link https://www.stickboybkk.com/bars/som...name-location/ I tried woods bar soi Sukhumvit 7/1 few times now but this seems better in all ways.

    Just walk in you get to select the girl picked a girl went up to the room, you can change over to a robe. Then to washroom to clean your tool then you can either sit on the couch or lay down on the bed. Very professional and these girls know how to handle and how to please. It's not just stick it in your mouth and up down motion, the tongue swirling and vacuum and not a feel of the teeth.

    Damage 800 baht.

  2. #10253
    Quote Originally Posted by BananaBoi  [View Original Post]
    I've been meaning to try the airport rail link from Phaya Tai BTS to / from Suvarnabhumi. Not so much to save a bit of money on taxi fare rather than to save time in Bangkok traffic as ET also mentioned. Croc, thanks for the heads up about going to Makkasan MRT instead.
    Just as a followup in case this is a concern for anyone. I can understand why someone who has never given it a try would be spooked about getting off the Airport Link Railway at the Lat Krabang station rather than going all the way into the Airport, one more station, to get a taxi to Pattaya. But there really are tons of taxis parked and cruising through the ground level parking lot area right at the bottom of the escalator at the Lat Krabang station. And it is closer to the expressway than the Aiport.

    It has been decades since I got a taxi to Pattaya from inside Suvarnabhumi Airport, so I don't know if today there is a queue, a chaotic onslaught of taxi touts or a half mile of concourse to pass through before you get from the Airport Link Railway station inside the airport to where the taxis are. But the Lat Krabang station has none of that. You just go down the escalator or steps and taxis are pretty much all over the place. I have never had other travelers jump ahead of me to flag one over and never seen a line waiting to book one. Unless I hear of a reason I hadn't considered to go all the way into the Airport to get a taxi to Pattaya instead of hopping off the train at Lat Krabang station to get one, I would probably never go all the way into the Airport to get one instead.

    It also crossed my mind that IF I did have a problem getting a taxi to Pattaya at the Lat Krabang station for some reason, it would be easy enough to just get back on the next train and go one more station into the Airport to get one anyway. But in the three times I've gone this way, it has not been a problem.

  3. #10252

    Makha Bucha Day

    Tuesday 2/19 is a religious holiday in Thailand. I believe it will be 'dry' day, meaning most bars will close midnight on the 18th, and *might* open at midnight on the 19th. Some venues will skirt the law by serving you drinks on the down low. Package outlets like 7-11 will not sell alcohol in observance of the hoiday. There is already a notice up at Foodland saying as much.

    Usually hotels who cater to the tourist trade will still serve alcohol, otherwise a quiet time. Plan accordingly.

    SL.

  4. #10251
    Quote Originally Posted by Crocodilexp  [View Original Post]
    That's a great suggestion. For those of who are not into haggling with taxis, there's also a direct bus from the airport (level right above Airport Link) to Pattaya. Costs 120 baht and goes every hour, though sometimes it gets full and you have to wait for the next one. Taking the Airport Link shaves off 30-40 min off the bus journey as well compared to Ekamai. As a bonus, that bus stops at Central Road, Pattaya South road, or Jomtien (last stop), so you can avoid the leeches at the North Pattaya bus terminal. Last time they had the gall to ask 100 baht for a shared songtaew, which is 10 baht elsewhere. I find the Jomtien station (on Thapphraya Rd, near Thep Prasit Rd interection) more convenient when going back as well.

    In addition, if you're closer to Asoke than Nana, taking the MRT from Sukhumvit station up to Phetchaburi (only 1 stop), and then boarding the Airport Link at Makkasan is slightly faster than going to Phaya Thai.
    I'll have a wingman so the taxi cost will be split in half. Taking the BTS doubles that price for two people.

  5. #10250
    I've been meaning to try the airport rail link from Phaya Tai BTS to / from Suvarnabhumi. Not so much to save a bit of money on taxi fare rather than to save time in Bangkok traffic as ET also mentioned. Croc, thanks for the heads up about going to Makkasan MRT instead.

  6. #10249
    Quote Originally Posted by EihTooms  [View Original Post]
    Ride the BTS train from BTS Nana to BTS Phya Thai, the BTS station that intersects with the Airport Link Railway. Then ride the Airport Link Railway to the Lat Krabang station. Don't ride it all the way into Suvarnabhumi Airport. At Lat Krabang station there will be dozens of taxis available to take you directly to your Pattaya hotel.
    That's a great suggestion. For those of who are not into haggling with taxis, there's also a direct bus from the airport (level right above Airport Link) to Pattaya. Costs 120 baht and goes every hour, though sometimes it gets full and you have to wait for the next one. Taking the Airport Link shaves off 30-40 min off the bus journey as well compared to Ekamai. As a bonus, that bus stops at Central Road, Pattaya South road, or Jomtien (last stop), so you can avoid the leeches at the North Pattaya bus terminal. Last time they had the gall to ask 100 baht for a shared songtaew, which is 10 baht elsewhere. I find the Jomtien station (on Thapphraya Rd, near Thep Prasit Rd interection) more convenient when going back as well.

    In addition, if you're closer to Asoke than Nana, taking the MRT from Sukhumvit station up to Phetchaburi (only 1 stop), and then boarding the Airport Link at Makkasan is slightly faster than going to Phaya Thai.

  7. #10248
    Quote Originally Posted by Breadman  [View Original Post]
    Anyone have suggestions for a taxi from Bangkok down to Pattaya? Mr Taxi used to be 1,000 then bumped it to 1,100 and is now asking for 1,300 for a small toyota camry. Anyone have anything cheaper or even a minivan in the range of 2,000?
    If you have a lot of luggage and that is the reason you need to take a taxi from your Nana area hotel or apartment directly to a hotel in Pattaya, then disregard this suggestion. But I only take a small carry-on case or shoulder bag and this is the way I have traveled to and from Pattaya the last 3 times I've gone there. It isn't going to shave off hundreds of baht vs taking a taxi all the way from Nana to Pattaya. It will either cost the same or perhaps 100 baht less or more. But for those of us who get antsy sitting in traffic and want to get moving it shaves off about an hour of travel time. Maybe more. Mid day it has so far never taken me more than 2 hours in either direction, door to door, to and from BTS Nana to my Pattaya Walking Street hotel. Taking a taxi the whole way has never taken me less than 3 hours but I assume it could be done faster than that if you leave at 1-2 AM or something like that.

    Ride the BTS train from BTS Nana to BTS Phya Thai, the BTS station that intersects with the Airport Link Railway. Then ride the Airport Link Railway to the Lat Krabang station. Don't ride it all the way into Suvarnabhumi Airport. Get off at the Lat Krabang station, one station before the airport station. At this point the train rides have cost you, what, about 65-75 baht total I think. And you have only had to wait for two trains for a total of about 5-10 minutes probably unless you were unlucky enough to get to the platforms just as the previous train was pulling away. At Lat Krabang station there will be dozens of taxis available to take you directly to your Pattaya hotel. Of the three times I have gone this way in the past few months, I was easily able to get a taxi to agree to 1,000 baht twice. One time, during the New Years Day Weekend, I was with a Thai girl, I did not want to wave off more than 3 disagreeable taxis, it was a holiday weekend and so I agreed to pay 1,200 baht that time.

    Travel back to BTS Nana from my Pattaya Walking Street hotel is simply the reverse of that route. Again, no more than 2 hours, door to door, from my Pattaya Walking Street hotel to BTS Nana. You will have to make sure your driver understands you do not want to be taken into Suvarnabhumi Airport, that you only want to go to the Airport Link Railway station before the Airport station, at Lat Krabang. Show him the map on your phone. This is where you are likely going to still pay the same amount as if you are going to the airport, unless you are willing to negotiate a bit. It isn't as though not taking you all the way into the airport is a great gas or time saver for the taxi driver. So we're talking about 1,100-1,200 baht usually.

    Doing it that way cuts out all the inner city Bangkok traffic because that is the leg of the trip where you are riding the BTS train and the Airport Link Railway. One time last year, before I started traveling to Pattaya this way, I took a taxi from Sukhumvit Soi 4 to Pattaya Walking Street. Swear to god, when I factored in the WAITING time for the taxi to arrive, the circuitous route he had to take through traffic just to get on the expressway and the Bangkok City traffic on the expressway, it took me 3 hours and 45 minutes from the time I first stood on Soi 4 with my carry-on bag until I finally got to my hotel on Walking Street. Going the way I do now, NOTHING slows me down from carrying my bag to BTS Nana and getting the hell out of Bangkok City and to Lat Krabang station on the Airport Link Railway within 45 minutes. After that, it will be a taxi ride for 1 hour to 1 1/4 hour to Walking Street. Unless the taxi driver has no idea how to get to Walking Street and gets lost in Pattaya I suppose. Or if there is a lot of slow traffic on the expressway into Pattaya. In which case, every passenger vehicle will be slowed down and stuck in it.

  8. #10247
    Quote Originally Posted by Breadman  [View Original Post]
    Anyone have suggestions for a taxi from Bangkok down to Pattaya? Mr Taxi used to be 1,000 then bumped it to 1,100 and is now asking for 1,300 for a small toyota camry. Anyone have anything cheaper or even a minivan in the range of 2,000?
    We pay Nams 1200 from the airport to Pattaya so I imagine that 1300 to 1400 would be from Nana area but check with her on their Facebook page but I think it was Camry sized vehicle.

  9. #10246

    Mr. T fra Pattaya.

    Quote Originally Posted by Breadman  [View Original Post]
    Anyone have suggestions for a taxi from Bangkok down to Pattaya? Mr Taxi used to be 1,000 then bumped it to 1,100 and is now asking for 1,300 for a small toyota camry. Anyone have anything cheaper or even a minivan in the range of 2,000?
    Mr. T,

    In Pattaya pick costumers up in Bangkok as well. Check "him" on Google. Perhaps you can find several companies from Pattaya. There cars normally go cheaper, both ways.

  10. #10245

    Taxi from Nana down to Pattaya options?

    Anyone have suggestions for a taxi from Bangkok down to Pattaya? Mr Taxi used to be 1,000 then bumped it to 1,100 and is now asking for 1,300 for a small toyota camry. Anyone have anything cheaper or even a minivan in the range of 2,000?

  11. #10244
    Quote Originally Posted by Crocodilexp  [View Original Post]
    What's a DC?
    I believe it is a Dick Check. In some places, like Australia, the working girls will do these as soon as the guy undresses. They look for lesions or any discharge that might indicate a Venereal Disease. I thought this had gone out of fashion because it really can't tell you if the person has herpes or most other VD's especially HIV.

    PIT.

  12. #10243

    DC or GC

    Quote Originally Posted by Crocodilexp  [View Original Post]

    What's a DC?
    Perhaps he means GC.

    A GC is a test that clinics do to test for Gonococci (gonorrhoea) and Chlamydia. It is a cervical / vaginal smear test (or a urethral swab for men) that is then examined in the lab for the organisms. Routine in STI screens.

    The only DC I know in this context is D&C (Dilation and Curretage) which is something completely different, as they used to say on Monty Python.

  13. #10242
    Quote Originally Posted by Gargano19  [View Original Post]
    Freelancer you will find standing on road are not going to be super clean and I doubt if they recently get tested.

    However, if you get girls at agency or gogo, chances of them clean are more
    Where did you get this information from?

  14. #10241
    Quote Originally Posted by Goodyear7  [View Original Post]
    I'm thinking of booking my first trip to Bangkok (and first trip to Thailand). I have watched many videos of the various areas and the women are beautiful.
    Adjust your expectations. Thai women in general may well be beautiful, but these days, working girls tend to be in the bottom 20% of Thai women in terms of looks. Some punters might be more generous (especially first time ones), but I always get depressed when I get off the Skytrain (public transit with a representative cross section of normal, average girls), and into nightlife areas with the dregs. If you come to Thailand expecting stellar looks, you're certain to be disappointed. However, compared to much of the world, Bangkok or Pattaya still have a wide variety of sex venues, as well as exceptional or unique service in a few of them, albeit not across the board. The scene used to be much better 6-10 years ago in every aspect (prices, attitudes, service, selection, fun), don't let the old reports mislead you. Still, it's worth a visit.

    Quote Originally Posted by Goodyear7  [View Original Post]
    But the disease side makes me a little uneasy. I have only every mongered in Nevada and Germany. Obviously, absolutely everything will be covered, so no DATY or BBBJ. Generally, though, how clean do the ladies tend to be? I presume they don't get tested. Do they generally perform a DC at least?
    What's a DC?

    Take simple precautions and don't worry. From the hygiene point of view, Thai girls, including sex workers, are most likely the cleanest in the world. Regular routine includes a shower before and after the session. Condom use is relatively high as well, but you never know.

    When it comes to STDs and mongering in Thailand, unless you're going with homeless street women, worrying about who might be clean and who might not be is entirely pointless. The only thing you can do is use condoms and lube properly every time, and wash up after the deed. From what I know, DATY or BBBJ are not huge risks for the man, but if that level of risk seems too high for you, it's probably better to abstain from mongering altogether. Only masturbation is 100% safe.

    Testing is irrelevant. There is no law compelling sex workers to get tested or to stop working if they have an STD. Even if they get tested, it's strictly for their own benefit, and don't expect they would stop work and forego piles of money just to protect an unknown customer. The bar wouldn't care much to have an employee out of commission either.

  15. #10240
    Quote Originally Posted by Goodyear7  [View Original Post]
    Sorry, I can't find a general Q+A thread for Thailand?
    . But the disease side makes me a little uneasy. Anything else I can do to protect myself?.
    Covered / uncovered: what's the difference if you have no girlfriend, and not likely you'll ever get one, live your life, take a pill if you need one, and enjoy yourself.

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