Thailand is a fascinating combination of old traditional eastern culture and frenetic paced Western Capitalism. Bangkok is a city of contrasts; you’ll be driving in an air-conditioned taxi while an ox drawn cart pulls up besides you. Downtown you’ll find dilapidated shacks next to century old temples with exotic gardens, all surrounded by brand new office buildings and 5 star hotels. Traffic is a nightmare, the heat is stifling, and the women are gorgeous. Having supported the US during the Vietnam War, free trade and big business have emerged in force, leaving the monarchy and destitute poverty behind.
Electronics, textiles and tourism are the largest industries here, and Thailand is the world leader in exportation of rice. Not all of the country has adapted to capitalism. Fifty percent of its the citizens still work in the poor climate of rice production, although this represents just 12% of the country’s income. Thus, you have a huge disparity of wealth between outer country folks and city people. Overall, Bangkok has evolved into a world business player in just a few short decades.
Bangkok is the neon-lit Southeastern Asian capital of the sex world, full of half million wild, sexy, young available women. The city covers 610 sq. miles, located in the middle of Thailand and it’s rice fields, surrounded by a network of natural and artificial canals crisscrossing the city. Bangkok is surprisingly easy to get around with its excellent public transport systems. A new overhead rail system connects the main shopping, entertainment and business areas of the city, while river taxis and express boats link many of the older historic sites. For an easy view of the layout of Bangkok, go the observation deck on the 77th floor of the Baiyoke Sky Hotel, ranked as the second tallest hotel in the world. As far as sightseeing tourist attractions go, there is the Royal Grand Palace, Wat Pho and the National Museum. All are located west of the railway. For the fun stuff, we concentrate on the east side, the Sukhumvit Road area.
Bangkok Thailand Photo Gallery
Each year, Thailand has become a vacation destination for close to 10 million tourists. This has been the case for the last 25 years or so, as it is one of the world’s favorite spots for sex tourism. The origin of this came about due to Thailand being an important US ally. They became home to the US Air Force troops for their R&R breaks over the years during conflicts and wars. When there’s a lot of Americans on vacation, there’s a lot money to spread around. So as always, capitalism forces took over. The commercial sex industry exploded almost overnight. After the Vietnam War a lot of the US military came back to Thailand, and many of them never left.
Thai girls typically are sweet sexy little spinners when compared to Westerners. A fat, mouthy, opinionated hag is impossible to find in this country. Thai girls have beautiful long shiny dark hair, a sexy tan, gorgeous endless smiles, and a seductive femininity that can be overpowering. Few men are not affected by their shy but incredibly naughty girl next-door persona.
When experiencing Thai girls, there seems nothing wrong or immoral about prostitution. The feeling is quite the opposite, more like renting a short-term long distance relationship with a girl. Whether fake or not, they offer up sensuality, happiness, and attention rarely found in the US. Sure they are doing it for money, but what you get out of it is so much more than that. It is this experience that keeps men coming back for more and more. Since the price is almost free, any multi-girl fantasy is easy to purchase. Sure it ruins your life for a while when you return home, but you’re an airport ticket away from paradise.
Here’s the Local paper in English.
Bangkok features intense heat and stifling humidity; with the evenings cooling off to merely miserable. The best time to visit is between November and February as April is generally the hottest month and October the wettest.
Entry Requirements :
Passport required, and a $13 departure tax. Passport valid for 6 months beyond intended length of stay required. Anyone intending to stay longer than 30 days must obtain a visa prior to arrival.
Types of visa and cost; Tourist: £25 (single entry); Non-immigrant: £40 (single entry), £90 (multiple entries valid for 1 year); Transit (single entry): £ 15. Prices are subject to change.
Validity: All visas are valid for 3 months from the date of application. Tourist visas are for stays of up to 60 days within that period.