How to be Thai expat

For sure, Thailand can be quite strange and newcomers find themselves conducting all sorts of cultural faux pax and going bezerk trying to figure out some of the crazy habits of the locals. Don’t ask us why they eat ice-cream sandwiches, or drink their beer with ice. Never sleep with your head facing west, duck when you walk in front of people, paste yourself in skin whitening cream… there are all sorts of strange beliefs here.

It’s an easy life being a Krabi expat

This useful collection of ‘how to’ articles helps you figure out a few important things, like, how to wai, doing a visa run, bargaining and all, dressing the Thai way, even how to find a Thai wife or husband!

Luckily Krabi allows you to keep a foot both in the Eastern and Western world. An increasing number of Thais now speak English, especially in the services industry, and there are all sorts of clubs, groups and activities that suit ex-pats. Of course, you should make the effort yourself to learn the language and etiquette of Thailand and assimilate into Thai social circles to truly appreciate the place.

Meeting horny local girls for free:
Most ‘bachelors’ visiting Thailand opt for the easy solution of visiting go-go and girlie bars, but there are also lots of regular girls who aren’t prostitutes that are keen on meeting foreigners for a fling. Hundreds of lonely and horny modern city girls go looking online for sex with visiting or resident Westerners; no strings attached. They aren’t expecting money or a boyfriend and haven’t been with scores of other men. The best place to meet these girls is on Adult Friend Finder, where there are more than 10,000 registered Thai female members.

One important consideration if you are planning on living here is that it’s not perfect. The Thai way of life is quite different to what you may have experienced back home and they have their own, sometimes strange, way of going about things. In fact the Thai here in Krabi are incredibly good at some things, but can be quite unsatisfactory at other things we may expect or take for granted back home.

Hopefully these articles will help you to understand Thailand a little better.