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Thailand “The Land of Smiles” attracts millions of visitors each year and Thai Culture is one of them. Tourists will find that observing a certain code of conduct will help them bring an added experience to their holiday.
Thai values regarding dress code, code of conduct, authority figures and sexuality are conservative than in a western society. Thai’s are usually tolerant and forgiving and have an easygoing approach to life.
Thai people are extremely polite and their behaviour is controlled by etiquette and also influenced by Buddhism. Thai society is non-confrontational and so avoid confrontations at all costs.
Never loose, your patience or show your anger now matter how frustrating or desperate the situation because this is considered a weakness in the Thai society. It is important to cultivate and art of diplomacy when traveling in Asia. Conflicts can be easily resolved with a smile.
Dress code is also important. Thais like to dress smartly and neatly. Do not wear revealing clothing such as Shorts, low cut dresses, bathing suits as they are considered as improper attire in Thailand .Keep in mind that this type of clothing is only acceptable in the beach. It is advisable to wear long skirts or long trousers when entering a temple.
Women should not touch Monks. If a woman wants to hand something to the monks, she must do so indirectly by placing the item within the monks reach. Remove shoes when entering houses and temples. Public display of affection between sexes is frowned upon.
The ‘Wai’ is the usual greeting. The hands are placed together and raised upwards towards the face while the head is lowered with a slight bow. The height to which the hands are held depends on the status of the people involved.
In case of monks, higher dignitaries, and elderly, hands are raised to the bridge of the nose, while with equals only as far from the chest. Young people and inferiors are not Waid’ but a slight nod is acceptable.
Do not blow your nose or lick your fingers while eating. The right hand must be used when picking up food eaten with fingers. When entering a foreign culture for the first time, it is highly likely to make a mistake. If you do so, just smile or ‘Wai’ and you will be forgiven.
Myth 1) Thai Bar Girls Are Not Prostitutes
Yes, Thai bar girls are very nice, sweet, fun loving creatures but they spread their legs in order to make $$$. Whoever created the illusion that a woman who works in a sex establishment or freelances to make $$$ by spreading her legs is not a prostitute is blind.
Myth 2) Thai Bar Girls Are Looking For A Prince Charming To Rescue Them
Thai bar girls number 1 priority is taking care of themselves and their families. And their only method of taking care of themselves and their families is with $$$. Despite the fact that Thai bar girls are poor, they are quite happy living in their beautiful country. In addition, Thai bar girls enjoy indulging in their wonderful culture and have no need to find a prince charming to rescue them from their current situation.
Myth 3) Thai Bar Girls Are Submissive
I wouldn’t say Thai bar girls are submissive but rather gentle women that like to take care of their men and make sure that their men are happy. In addition, Thai bar girls have come to learn that there are a lot of tourists looking for love and therefore, they use their charm, personality and sex appeal to get what they want which is $$$.
Myth 4) Thai Bar Girls Like
Actually, Thai bar girls enjoy working in a beer bar/go-go bar simply because many of them have friends and cousins that work at a beer bar/go-go bar. In addition, working in a beer bar/go-go bar gives Thai bar girls the opportunity to have some fun (drink, meet foreigners and party) and enjoy themselves outside of their routine lives.
Myth 8) Thai Bar Girls love foreigners
I wouldn’t say Thai bar girls don’t like foreigners but rather learned to accept them coming to their precious country for the past few decades for Intoxication and Intercourse Vacations. One thing is for sure, Thai bar girls love foreigners $$$.
Myth 9) Thai Bar Girls are loyal to their men
I don’t know how many Thai bar girls I have had sex with that told me they had a foreigner boyfriend. I mean Thai bar girls work in a go-go bar, beer bar, blowjob bar or freelance not because they want to but because they need $$$. So even though a Thai bargirl may meet someone she likes, their will always be new opportunities (new foreigners) she will come across that will provide her with more $$$.
Myth 10) Thai Bar Girls are not educated
Although Thai bar girls may
not have received the educational opportunities that many foreigners from
the west have received, they are a lot smarter than your average male tourist.
For example, Thai bar girls are street smart, learn the tricks of the business
of working in a beer bar/go-go bar and use their sex appeal to milk as
much $$$ from several male tourists all while remaining the sweet, beautiful,
loyal, submissive uneducated females every male tourist believes they are.
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