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    anybody planning to migrate, live or work there permanently??

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    I go there permanently will die... cos i only know how to order tom yum soup...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Del_CtrlnoAlt View Post
    I go there permanently will die... cos i only know how to order tom yum soup...
    haha...jus point point loh. jus point at the menu and show your finger "1". Learn their language. signed up a basic thai course liao... Soon i'll drop all the "lah"s and "lohs" and end my every sentence with "Kaup"

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    bangkok is a wonderful place...love it. only thinking of retireing there when got enough money.....or can work there even better...

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    Quote Originally Posted by surge View Post
    bangkok is a wonderful place...love it. only thinking of retireing there when got enough money.....or can work there even better...
    errr...i dont think u'll think of retiring there. Guess since u r still youthful and energetic, u'll think of BBK. But in maybe 40-50yrs time, u'll think of Aus (perth) or something like tt. 1 to settle down at BBK but dont noe where to start.

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    Quote Originally Posted by damienster View Post
    errr...i dont think u'll think of retiring there. Guess since u r still youthful and energetic, u'll think of BBK. But in maybe 40-50yrs time, u'll think of Aus (perth) or something like tt. 1 to settle down at BBK but dont noe where to start.

    Aussie land can die of a sickness called dullness. BKK is more alive. So Sing is a good in-between place.
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    Quote Originally Posted by damienster View Post
    errr...i dont think u'll think of retiring there. Guess since u r still youthful and energetic, u'll think of BBK. But in maybe 40-50yrs time, u'll think of Aus (perth) or something like tt. 1 to settle down at BBK but dont noe where to start.
    get a thai gf first
    hahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by surge View Post
    bangkok is a wonderful place...love it. only thinking of retireing there when got enough money.....or can work there even better...
    i cannot understand why u said wonderful place ? do u realise the air in the city is filled with car exhaust ??

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    I have worked in Bangkok before...in my opinion, all those urban inconvenience is everywhere in metropolitan cities, that includes Geneva, Helsinki, Sydney etc. Smoke, slow traffic, noise, congestion, privacy etc etc.

    Bangkok is consider quite slow pace even though its the capital city of Thailand. Thai people generally are friendly, but slow and not really that money conscious.

    Why did u ask, like to stay there? The properties are really worth investing, because rental there is expensive but houses are considerably cheaper than in SG. Comparing an apple to apple lah.

    Thai language has a bit of Hakka, Cantonese mix, even though u still need formal classes or books to pick up. If u are quick and working there for a couple of months, I'm sure u understand 20-30% of what they are saying even without attending lessons.

    Thailand has so much wonderful cusines that we can ever imagine...I don't think any big cities in the world will lose out to SG for variety.

    I've studied in AU before and don't really think they are boring...in fact bigger countries does provide more activities for everything. That includes spaces, shopping, events, tour, houses etc. But I certainly agree that if u are someone that cannot live without people around, then sticking to Sydney or melbourne will be still ok even though SG is much much crowded.

    And....lastly, AU has one of the most scenic areas in the world, simply because they have land mass, sea, rivers, deserts, mountains, corals, valleys, waterfalls and the list goes on. SG...hmm...maybe man-made ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by simon80 View Post
    get a thai gf first
    hahaha
    Thai gf is not easy to keep leh..... do u know that it is common for thai gf/wive to cut away their bf/husband dick when they suspect their bf/husband "eating" outside? Very risky leh....

    and do u know wats the best part? The thai doctors at the hospital are so accustomed to these cut dick cases that they are pro at sewing back the dick.... the problem is the gf/wives also grown cleverer. They will now squash it or burn it away so u cannot have ur dick back....

    Think twice or thrice before getting a thai gf/wive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kcuf2 View Post
    Thai gf is not easy to keep leh..... do u know that it is common for thai gf/wive to cut away their bf/husband dick when they suspect their bf/husband "eating" outside? Very risky leh....:
    Cut dick not so jiat lat..
    If fast enough, can sew back in time.
    With therapy, can function as normal.

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    What does my topic got to do with dicks?? I need advice ya, compare apples to apples, staying in our orchard rd, silom or "CBD" area, is the cost of singa 2room flat. Need more advice for those who have worked or live there... singa 6.5m pop soon... need room to breath.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kcuf2 View Post
    Thai gf is not easy to keep leh..... do u know that it is common for thai gf/wive to cut away their bf/husband dick when they suspect their bf/husband "eating" outside? Very risky leh....

    and do u know wats the best part? The thai doctors at the hospital are so accustomed to these cut dick cases that they are pro at sewing back the dick.... the problem is the gf/wives also grown cleverer. They will now squash it or burn it away so u cannot have ur dick back....

    Think twice or thrice before getting a thai gf/wive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maltese View Post
    Thai language has a bit of Hakka, Cantonese mix, even though u still need formal classes or books to pick up. If u are quick and working there for a couple of months, I'm sure u understand 20-30% of what they are saying even without attending lessons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kcuf2 View Post
    Thai gf is not easy to keep leh..... do u know that it is common for thai gf/wive to cut away their bf/husband dick when they suspect their bf/husband "eating" outside? Very risky leh....

    and do u know wats the best part? The thai doctors at the hospital are so accustomed to these cut dick cases that they are pro at sewing back the dick.... the problem is the gf/wives also grown cleverer. They will now squash it or burn it away so u cannot have ur dick back....

    Think twice or thrice before getting a thai gf/wive.
    it is quite, heard it from frens also

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    I prob like to live in Chiang Mai due to the cool weather.

    In BKK can have good model shoot

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    Quote Originally Posted by simon80 View Post
    get a thai gf first
    hahaha
    but not sure if you get original copy
    or already got adapting mount on

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    Bkk is too tempting with all the nifelife

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    Quote Originally Posted by kiama View Post
    Bkk is too tempting with all the nifelife

    BUT if u stay long enough u will find it bore

    chok dee

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    Quote Originally Posted by htthach View Post
    but not sure if you get original copy
    or already got adapting mount on
    sometime u cannot differentiate katoey or not as they are real pretty

    miss my life in BKK.....

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