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  4. Hello colleagues My name is Daniel, it is my first post in the forum, I am very excited to hear your experiences and advice. I hope to find some recommendation on some LB of interest. Thank you very much.
  5. Markm

    Check Airfares for 2022

    ill have two sugas with that if your stirring
  6. Long John

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    Thanks SAG. I did know what it meant. Was just stirring Markm.
  7. SAGuy

    Check Airfares for 2022

    A shindig is slang for a party. A multi shindig means more than 1 guest. Some hotels charge joiner fees for more than 1 guest. (Top tip, whenever you book a hotel room always book for 2 people, so that covers the first 'guest'). So if you rent a condo this wouldn't be an issue, but if you wanted to take 3 LBs back to your hotel, then you may get charged for 2 additional joiners. SAG
  8. mikel

    Check Airfares for 2022

    If you really want to fly Thai then keep an eye on Malai Travel's Facebook page. They often post cheap deals for the Thai community but be quick they sell out fast. (They're based in George st Sydney near Thaitown but get nationwide deals)
  9. seeker2008

    Check Airfares for 2022

    Thanks Mikel, I will check Sky Scanner. When I checked Thai Airways their fares had increased 100% in Aus Dollars. Planed on travelling in May 2022 Brisbane to Bangkok. Sky Scanner is correct if I depart from Sydney and not Brisbane.
  10. Long John

    Check Airfares for 2022

    Pray tell, what is a multi shindig?.
  11. Markm

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    much better for multi shindigs as well lol
  12. Jonard

    Check Airfares for 2022

    oh yes 100%. For mongering though, I much prefer condo's. I feel more free without staff around me and ID checks :-)
  13. taaseesanuk

    Check Airfares for 2022

    If you want to keep that smile going check out the prices of some of the premium Hotels in BKK!
  14. Long John

    Check Airfares for 2022

    Watched an interview with an expert on airline matters. He predicted cheap airfares when thing get moving. Said the airlines will do this to get bums on seats. We'll see!.
  15. Jonard

    Check Airfares for 2022

    Crazy numbers, I got a fare of 450$ from Paris to BKK next month. Absolute bottom prices in Europe. A friend flying from Belgium, has a similar rate. Flying emirates.
  16. Markm

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    just looked at skyscanner perth to bkk feb 13 to 20. wtf $1350 the cheapest 2400 the quickest . most have a 17 to 20 hr leg there or back. its only a 7 hr flight. ill wait and see i think
  17. mikel

    Check Airfares for 2022

    Ballsed up the edit. Taken from Skyscanner. Dates May 3 & 24.
  18. sydney69er

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    It will be a very long time before we get back to cheap airfares again!
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  20. seeker2008

    Check Airfares for 2022

    Hi Members, I just looked on Thai Airways web site to book May 2022. Air fares have jumped from $800 to $1600 AUS. My ticket was purchased in 2020 then extended to Dec 2021 then extended again to Dec 2022. Anyone else experiencing this?
  21. For you cheap charlies out there (like me) I used Nine Plus Loft in Phra Khanong. Out of the way from prying eyes on a small side soi from Suk., which is good for those of us living here on the down low. Chick came in from Ratchaburi to fuck me and I just handed her a 1000 when she arrived and let her check herself in. I never check in as I don't want my passport used PLUS all the covid tracking now. Sex was very unremarkable so nothing to report there lol, but room was nice and clean. No elevator. Room was 400 and there are 500 and 600B rooms as well despite this being a "hostel". Pro tip: type "love hotel" into google and you'll find everything you need for whatever area you're looking for in whatever price range you set it for. 400 per night is about as low as you can get and this spot was cheap AND convenient for me to get to and escape from. https://www.google.com/travel/hotels/s/R3VbH
  22. SAGuy

    BKK-Pattaya-Koh Samui, Phuket?

    Hi ixix Assuming that its for 1 month and your main objective is mongering, but also some sightseeing, then a potential itinerary could be: Fly into BKK and 1 week there. There's lots to see and do in the day and at night. Week 2 - taxi//bus/van to Pattaya. Its mainly mongering. Lets face it, nobody goes to Las Vegas to look at artwork. Week 3 and a half - back to BKK for a few days there and then fly up to Chiang Mai for 1 week. Chiang Mai has a smaller, but active LB scene around the night market and there is a lot to see there. Its a good place for R&R in the mountains. (The LBs from the north are also very different from their Isaan 'sisters'). Last few days - fly back to BKK. Say goodbye to all the teeraks that will miss you and love you forever and buy the souvenirs, get the last massages etc. Internal flights in the LOS are (were) very good and are (were) very cheap. Thailand is a big country, so its the best way to go. Avoid driving in the LOS if you can. If you'd prefer a beach holiday instead of mountains, then substitute Phuket/Koh Samui/Koh Samed/Koh Chang etc. for the Chiang Mai week. The beach resorts have less LB options and your enjoyment will vary greatly based on what time of the year you go, whereas BKK/PAT/CNX are more all year round. Most of us have been locked out of the LOS for 18-24 months now, so all of this advice is based on the past experiences. The assumption is that by 2022 things will be back to as they were, i.e. flights are still cheap, there are still girls left in BKK, PAT etc. Somehow I think that some things will never change. LOL. SAG
  23. Bwana_LB

    BKK-Pattaya-Koh Samui, Phuket?

    Phuket's LB scene is small (and smaller than it once was); the scene in Koh Samui is minuscule. Samui is a lovely place for some R&R but a lousy place for chasing LBs, IMHO. That said, both Phuket and Samui are lovely places to hang out on relatively uncrowded and unpolluted beaches (unlike Pattaya), so if you want a little time to de-stress and just chill, both are fine options.
  24. prebss

    BKK-Pattaya-Koh Samui, Phuket?

    Longest road in the world, Sukhumvit Road is all you need my friend:-)
  25. oliver17

    BKK-Pattaya-Koh Samui, Phuket?

    If it's your first trip, you probably want to keep the itinerary simple. Maybe 75% Bangkok and 25% Pattaya. Or the opposite. Up to you. There is loads to see and do just in Bangkok for a first-timer. I think most guys here go directly to Bangkok from BKK airport and make their jaunts elsewhere later in the trip. On most trips I spend a month. It's usually 2 weeks in Bangkok, then 1 week in Pattaya, then back to BKK for another week. Sometimes I go with my girlfriend to visit her family in Lampang for a few days. Other times we go to Hua Hin or Chiang Mai instead, but I always stay "headquartered" in Bangkok. No need to mess with U-Tapao because BKK or DMK airports are only about 2 hours from Pattaya and you can fly anywhere from there with many more schedule options. I don't care for Phuket and the LB scene is fairly minimal there anyway. I have never been to Samui, maybe others can help you.
  26. Let's presume everything is normal in Thailand and domestic flights work normally. I was thinking about the best way to travel in one month's holiday to all these places. Because let's face it, these 3-4 places are where the ladyboys are. Mostly in BKK and Pattaya, yes. But for a holiday it would be nice to visit Samui and Phuket too. If Phuket is no go or not worth the effort, we can drop that. First International flight to BKK, obviously. But where from there? There is an airport near Pattaya, the U-Tapao. ? but I think you can only fly there from Samui or BKK? All the 3 or 4 places are in a kind of " triangle" considering the geographical location. I know maybe it's easiest to spend a couple of nights in BKK and take a taxi or minibus down to Pattaya and go back to BKK and flight to Samui. Or from Pattaya to U-Tapao to Samui and back to BKK? There are many options. Short holidays like 2,3 or even 4 weeks you tend to not want to travel too much It is just a waste of time to sit in an airport or minibus all day. Just asking what the wisest and most cost-effective route to take is? Be free to speculate all the main destinations freely and maybe even visit-worthy places during the travel.
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