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There are so many places in Thailand that are completely off the radar of most Farangs yet have so much more to offer than they can imagine. Ubon Ratchathani is such a place. Quite strange actually, since it’s one of the big four cities in Isaan (along with Khon Kaen, Udon Thani and Korat). Now, what …
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Happy Ending Massage in Bangkok

Last updated: November 1st, 2015 | in Bangkok | Thai Girls
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When you think of Bangkok, what’s the first picture that comes into your mind? Spicy food? Traffic jam? Shopping malls? Quite possibly yes – if you were reading some other sort of Thailand related blog. But right now you are on Thailand Redcat and I bet the first thing you think of when you hear …
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The 5 Ways to Make Money in Thailand

Last updated: October 16th, 2015 | in Working
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The slogan of this site is living the dream in Thailand and so most articles here cover all sorts of fun topics on how to spend money from hookers in Bangkok to sightseeing in rural Isaan. What I haven’t talked about so much yet is how to actually make that dream of living here long …
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How to Arrange a Bachelor Party in Thailand Thumb

As Thailand Redcat grows, I get to hear more and more men from the USA, Europe, and Asia who want to experience Thailand like a VIP. So I thought the time has come for me to write a quick post on how you can arrange such VIP services in Bangkok and Pattaya. Words of warning: If you …
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Thai Pick Up Lines That Work

Last updated: September 15th, 2015 | in Thai Girls
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You probably know that situation when you see a nice Thai girl and you are just not sure on how to approach her. When you know she’s not a bar girl and therefore might not understand when you talk to her in English. Or she may understand you, but then she’s just too shy to respond …
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Koh Samet Highlights

Last updated: September 1st, 2015 | in Central Thailand | Islands | Koh Samet | Traveling
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Last month I went on the first trip together with my girlfriend. Since she only got three days off from work I thought it might be just nice to go to Koh Samet for two nights. Hua Hin and Pattaya would have been good options too – distance wise – but then with all the beer …
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Koh Samet may not be among your top choices of the ultimate island trips in Thailand. However, if you are looking for a good mix of calmness, uncrowded beaches (with the exception of Hat Sai Kaew that now sees a lot of Chinese package tourists) and a few places to drink and party after sunset – …
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What is the difference between the guys who banged Thai ladyboys 10 years ago compared to the guys doing it today? Well, 10 years ago they would come home from their holiday and after the fifth beer with their mates in the pub they’d come up with that once-in-a-lifetime story where they took that incredibly hot …
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Pattaya Sex Hotel

A common expression on whether a hotel allows you to bring bar girls to your room is “guest friendly”. Therefore, you need to be very careful when booking a hotel as agoda just doesn’t tell you whether a certain place is guestfriendly or not and so it can happen that you paid the bar fine for …
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Nightlife and Thai Girls in Pattaya Thumb

There is no place like Pattaya. Even in Thailand, where young female company is easily available for foreigners at cheap prices in every major or minor tourist town: The once sleepy fishing village and now bustling sex mecca of Pattaya is in a league of its own. No other place in Thailand has nearly as …
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Roi Et Highlights

Last updated: August 31st, 2015 | in Northeastern Thailand | Roi Et | Traveling
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When you meet Roi Et people in other parts of Thailand, they often make a joke and say they come from “L.A.” which is kind of Thai sense of humor as the “r” often sounds like a “l” in informal conversations and the English “a” is pronounced exactly the same way as the Thai “e” (เอ) and …
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