Bangkok After Hours - eBook

Bangkok After Hours - eBook
One Man's Wild Erotic Adventures in the Red Light Districts of Bangkok, Pattaya & Asia After Hours.

Tuesday, May 14, 2019

Pattaya Tour boat operators continue to directly drop off and pick up hundreds of tourists on the beach

Pattaya One News reports that local residents and vendors have complained to the media that tour boat operators that bring tourists, primarily Chinese and Indian, to the islands and for tourist attractions in Pattaya bay are disregarding the orders of the government set in place nearly a year ago.
One year to the day, the government and local officials, responding to complaints from residents, stated that all speed boats must pick up and drop off tourists at the Bali Hai pier, which is designed for this purpose.
However, at the time the pier was not fully completed and was unable to meet the demand and number of boats and the speed boat operators began returning to the practice of directly picking up and dropping off tourists on the beach.
Residents say the tour buses, which usually park near the Hard Rock and A-1 Hotels, cause traffic issues and large groups of tourists crossing the roadblock traffic and the sidewalk as well, making it difficult to exercise or walk on the pathway on the beach.


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Friday, May 3, 2019

Chinese continue to soak up Thailand’s condo glut

 ThaiVisa News: There are many reasons why Thailand is a favorite location for property buyers from Hong Kong and mainland China – the street food and great weather are just a part of the allure. Chinese nationals spent a record 40 billion baht (US$1.25 billion) on Thai properties in 2018, according to the Bank of Thailand. So, who is buying Thailand’s condominiums? Chinese, but buyers from the US, Singapore, Taiwan, the UK and Japan were also big spenders on condominiums looking at last year’s stats.


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Thursday, May 2, 2019

Tourist falls off 300-foot cliff into Hawaii's Kilauea volcano..


Yahoo News: A tourist Wednesday evening miraculously survived after falling off a 300-foot cliff into Hawaii's Kilauea volcano and landing on a narrow ledge about 70 feet below. The man, whose identity has not been released, allegedly climbed past a metal railing at the Steaming Bluff overlook and got extremely close to the edge before losing his footing and tumbling into the volcano's caldera, according to a statement from Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Rescue crews found the severely injured man around 9 p.m., airlifted him out of the caldera using ropes and a Department of Defense helicopter and rushed him to Hilo Medical Center to receive urgent treatment, the Honolulu Star-Advertiser reports.

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Monday, April 29, 2019

Foreign tourists visiting Thailand fell by 3.5 million in March..

ThaiVisa News: Thailand’s tourism industry is facing one of its biggest challenges in recent years as newly released data shows a significant decline in both the number of tourist arrivals and spending. According to official data compiled by Bloomberg, the number of foreign tourists visiting Thailand fell by 3.5 million in March, a decline of 0.7 percent from one year ago. In addition to the dip in arrivals, foreign tourist spending also fell 1.3 percent to about $5.8 billion. In a country where tourism accounts for a fifth of the economy, these figures are significant. The fall in tourist arrivals has been fueled by a decline in Chinese tourists for two consecutive months, although arrivals from India had grown substantially, up 35 percent, Bloomberg reported. "If the tourism arrivals and receipts continue to slide, it could be an added risk to the economy because the sector is one of the main drivers," Bloomberg quoted Duangrat Prajaksilpthai, an economist at TMB Bank Pcl in Bangkok as saying.


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Thursday, April 25, 2019

Man claims he has been forced to sleep in abandoned buildings with rats and cockroaches on holiday in Thailand

ThaiVisa News reports that a man has claimed he has been forced to sleep in abandoned buildings with rats and cockroaches on holiday in Thailand after his debit card was cancelled in error by a Scottish bank. Alberto Perez was on a two-month holiday on a Thai island when he discovered his debit card had been stopped. When he contacted Bank of Scotland customer, he was told it was due to a new card being sent out to his home in Edinburgh while he was away and that the old card could not be used.

Mr Perez, 42, who works in front of house at a vegetarian restaurant in Edinburgh, says he is now working in a restaurant in Thailand in return for meals and has nowhere to stay for the remaining two weeks of his holiday - forcing him to sleep on the streets and in disused buildings.


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One man’s travel blog in Angeles City.