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  1. #34361
    Quote Originally Posted by Gonz0  [View Original Post]
    Did you need to organize a license or permit to ride in Thailand?
    Yes, at least from the US, you need a valid motorcycle license plus international driver's permit. Not sure how driver's licenses work in other countries. I'd assume it's the same (needing a motorcycle license to drive one). I have both.

    I also charged the motorbike rental on my Chase credit card. I thought the Chase rental insurance would cover damage claims. But I just found out it doesn't.

  2. #34360
    Maggie Mays has re-opened on Soi Chaiyapoon.

  3. #34359
    Quote Originally Posted by MamaGuevos  [View Original Post]
    I have been to BKK many times, and thought I would venture out to Pattaya this time since so many of my venues in BKK are closed or out of business. The goal, of course, is to bed as many beautiful women in 2-3 days as my aging body can sustain! However, I will be occasionally working, so I need really good wifi.

    Can anyone recommend a 4 or 5 star hotel that is really girl friendly? I hope to be parading 2-3 girls a day in and out of my room.
    Hilton next to the Mall.

    Ask for the rooms facing the ocean.

  4. #34358
    Quote Originally Posted by RioHeart  [View Original Post]
    Just saw a YouTube video where Soi 15 in front of Grand Ave. Is about to be completely tore up with new drainage pipes. Knowing how Thai road construction is it will be a mess for some time. Couldn't stay at Grand Ave. Myself. Views are just looking out to another building.
    I could be wrong but the drainage work on Soi 15 far end to second road has been going on for some time. The plan like another location the former Re-Con hotel side Soi is to dig and drop in a cement channel large enough that a mini cooper can drive through. The theory is in a heavy downpour this channel can hold water below surface until it drain away currently the 24-32 inch pipes aren't doing the job once fill the water pops to the surface it helps but is no real solution since all the water drains to beach row and the sea. I don't see them coming down past the Avenue toward Soi Buakhao the Grand Avenue condo should be safe?

  5. #34357

    4 star hotel in Pattaya

    Does anyone have experience with the Siam Bayshore Resort & Spa Pattaya? It is a four star hotel with good reviews. But, is it girl friendly?

  6. #34356
    The start For bedding 2 or 3 partners a day is avoid 4 or 5 stars hotel.

    They think that people come to Pattaya for the clean sea water splendid monuments or pure air.

    I m curios for suggestions from someone in place.

  7. #34355

    Hotel advice needed

    I have been to BKK many times, and thought I would venture out to Pattaya this time since so many of my venues in BKK are closed or out of business. The goal, of course, is to bed as many beautiful women in 2-3 days as my aging body can sustain! However, I will be occasionally working, so I need really good wifi.

    Can anyone recommend a 4 or 5 star hotel that is really girl friendly? I hope to be parading 2-3 girls a day in and out of my room.

  8. #34354
    People are going to do what they are going to do?

    When it comes to renting a bike, some will ask you for a license from home some will ask you for your passport? There have been articles in the past the police requesting vendors to make sure? But if they follow the suggestion they mostly would go out of business the police have told vendors to make sure renters have a verified license to operate a motorbike if they did that they would all go out of business.

    There are two rules one for the foreigner and one for Thai! So when you are stopped or in an accident expect the two rules. If you have an International permit normally to be issued for a motorbike you must present your license to indicate you are permitted. In the States, like AAA your license must indicate that specific class if indicated the clerk will put their stamp in the area in which you are permitted to operate. There was a time the police had no clue what to look for as long as you presented the book they let you go today they have learned to look for that stamp at least in Pattaya.

    There is a 99.9% there is no 3rd party insurance on the bike, whatever insurance is the required yearly registration and insurance which only covers the medical bill of 15,000 - 50,000 I've not heard too many Foreigners even those living here that have been reimbursed when they have been in an accident. If you have travel insurance you aren't licensed to actually drive a bike good luck.

    When renting you should know the value of the bike you are renting it gets stolen (not likely) the vendor most likely from my experience will charge you a full price as if the bike is new. If you unlucky break a mirror for example just go to a shop and have it replaced the vendor will try to charge yo 3 times. There is also a perception by many that if a foreigner is in an accident they are always wrong if you can't explain yourself in an accident expect to pay upwards and if you kill someone god help you! If you luckily hurt someone they most likely will go to the government hospital for treatment but don't expect your portion to be government prices they will sock it to you one thinks testing positive and having to quarantine is bad expect worse?

    Most here talk about the drinking whatever coverage you might think you have is void if reports say you were drinking!

  9. #34353
    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    Which makes no sense at all. Do these people think about anything? Travel all the way to Thailand to find out you are positive on arrival? You better take your own test before you go whether it is required or not. Maybe it is their plan to get more positives on arrival.
    That's what I thought exactly.

    If anything the PI did it right by requiring a negative test result 72 hours before flying there, but not requiring testing in country. At least if you test positive before, you can cancel your trip. Flying all the way to Thailand without any pretest is not something I would do and makes absolutely no sense whatsoever considering you still have to test twice IN country.

  10. #34352
    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    Which makes no sense at all. Do these people think about anything? Travel all the way to Thailand to find out you are positive on arrival? You better take your own test before you go whether it is required or not. Maybe it is their plan to get more positives on arrival.
    Right! Those like yourself who can figure out the roadblock can smell a rat a mile away! Would you leave it up to them stories they are scamming their own people what is to stop them with tourists!

  11. #34351
    Quote Originally Posted by RioHeart  [View Original Post]
    Just saw a YouTube video where Soi 15 in front of Grand Ave. Is about to be completely tore up with new drainage pipes. Knowing how Thai road construction is it will be a mess for some time. Couldn't stay at Grand Ave. Myself. Views are just looking out to another building.
    That would be Soi Buakhow 15.

    I am not sure about Grand Avenue.

  12. #34350
    The farang on a bike dressed in yellow full of plume.

    The building on beach road with a big crane on top that stop work for years.

    The old chick on beach Road dressed like a dancer with tutu e kg of fare on the face.

    The old wood pier near the walking street entrance.

    The stairs to the marine.

  13. #34349
    Quote Originally Posted by SinfullyKorean  [View Original Post]
    Fellow ISG member currently staying at Grand Ave tells me he prefers Grand Ave because the condo is slightly bigger.
    Just saw a YouTube video where Soi 15 in front of Grand Ave. Is about to be completely tore up with new drainage pipes. Knowing how Thai road construction is it will be a mess for some time. Couldn't stay at Grand Ave. Myself. Views are just looking out to another building.

  14. #34348

    Bay of islands

    I just returned from Honduras and the isle of Roatan within the Bay of Islands. There were no test requirements before arrival or upon arrival. The only test I had to take was the standard antigen test to reenter the US. Virtually no one wore masks except the clinician who tested me prior to departure. There were no curfews on the islands either. Contrast that to Thailand.

    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    Which makes no sense at all. Do these people think about anything? Travel all the way to Thailand to find out you are positive on arrival? You better take your own test before you go whether it is required or not. Maybe it is their plan to get more positives on arrival.

  15. #34347
    Quote Originally Posted by LittleBigMan  [View Original Post]
    starting April 1st you need not obtain a PCR test for Thailand Pass prior to your departure to Thailand
    Which makes no sense at all. Do these people think about anything? Travel all the way to Thailand to find out you are positive on arrival? You better take your own test before you go whether it is required or not. Maybe it is their plan to get more positives on arrival.

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