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[Pattaya, Thailand] Discuss Thailand. Red Pill take on current state of Pattaya. Contrast 2018 with 2015 post.

April 20, 2018

Found this helpful website of expat findings from comments in TRP post.

2018, the infiltration of smartphones, attention-whoring, and lying women: https://www.stickmanbangkok.com/readers-submissions/2018/03/pattaya-march-2018/

2015, Pattaya as fantastic getaway, both to cold-approach russian tourists and to partake in local businesses: https://www.stickmanbangkok.com/readers-submissions/2015/05/mgtow-the-western-world-and-the-escapists-paradise/

I'd like to hear what people think of Thailand currently. For sex tourism, normal tourism, temporary residency, and permanent residency. Did things really change over 3 years, or is this merely the disillusionment that over-familiarity brings?

Edit: A coworker told me about Thailand as a great place where men (especially Western citizens) are valued and the women have way more comfort tests than shit tests. I generally don't trust that he knows what he's talking about, so I'm curious: has feminism ruined Thailand yet?

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Title [Pattaya, Thailand] Discuss Thailand. Red Pill take on current state of Pattaya. Contrast 2018 with 2015 post.
Author CountryYuppie
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Date April 20, 2018 2:44 AM UTC (4 years ago)
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[–]StrawoftheMonkey6 points7 points  (1 child) | Copy Link

Lived in Pattaya my whole life since I was 3 years old:

Feminism doesn't exist in Thailand.

Both men and women are not ignorant to the fact that men and women are different and no one is butthurt about it. You'll often hear women say "I'm a woman, I think I can't handle [something that a man usually does, like being in the military, police officer, or riding a motorcycle]". You can say "you're a woman, [whatever] isn't suitable for you" without being arrested or even ridiculed, and the woman you're addressing is very likely to just accept it and admit that it is true.

And yes I can confirm that there are more comfort tests than shit tests, but I don't agree that there are "way more" comfort tests. There are just more comfort tests because social status is a big part of any Asian culture. Doesn't matter how alpha you are to a girl, she'll easily leave you for a rich lesbian and deprive herself of cock just for the sake of satisfying her materialism and social status. And since alphas are looked down upon on in society, her parents will easily convince her to pursue BB and settle down. In Thai culture, if the family isn't happy with who their kids are with then it's near impossible to make it work.

I read a thread on TRP about the culture in Japan where Japanese women are culturally conditioned to pursue beta males and Thailand is very similar to that.

The bar girls (prostitutes with a headquarters and an employer) will accept anyone with a pulse and some money. The regular girls would be already "tired" of Chads by 25, I can only assume it is because the period of "adolescence" in Thailand is much shorter than western countries.

For sex tourism, guess you'll enjoy it. I've been kind of surprised the standards that western guys have about what is attractive. The bar girls are there because for Thai standards they're ugly and wouldn't have be able to fuck anyone or be with anyone other than western men. Regular girls however, can easily be an 8.

Normal tourism, Thailand is still cheap so you can enjoy yourself quite well on a budget. But those blogs and websites talking about tourism would do a better job at explaining it than I do, I can assure you that inaccuracies are rare and they usually mention everything important.

I think temporary residency is the best in Thailand because of the availability of 6 months contract condominium units, sometimes even 3 months contract but they're few and far between.

As for permanent residency, I don't know. Even living here for 20 years now I don't know if I have the expertise enough to say anything regarding that topic. If you're looking to make a living, save money for retirement, and live a peaceful life, Thailand isn't the place for you.

Salaries in particular are very low compared to western countries and the cost of living isn't as low as people make it seem. The highest paid employee in Thailand is the CEO of PTT (oil company) at around $350,000 per year. Regular jobs pay absolute peanuts, $30,000 per year for senior level positions.

[–]CountryYuppie[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy Link

Thanks for the excellent write-up of your experience, it's very appreciated.

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