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Legitimate tourist or something else? Thai woman rants after being denied entry to Taiwan

 

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Picture: Spring News

 

A Thai woman who was denied entry to Taiwan had some foul language in both Thai and English for the island nation. 

 

She suggested that she was a book being judged by its cover.

 

Dressed in a white vest and jeans the woman had flown from Chiang Mai to Taoyuan International Airport but was sent back.

 

She said in Thai: "Small country - "hia" people and "hia" immigration".

 

Hia meaning water monitor is a serious and abusive Thai insult. She continued:

 

"They make decisions based on how someone looks. I'll never go there again as long as I live". 

 

Meanwhile people online were debating what was her intended objective in going to Taiwan and might she have decided to dress more conservatively. 

 

In English that was partially obscured the woman added: "F**king Immigration Taipei" and what appeared to be "Lick my ass".

 

The post found its way onto the Jao Ying Noi Heng Andaman" (little Andaman princess) site on Facebook. 

 

Thaivisa notes that Thai women frequently encounter problems abroad due to the large number of their compatriots who work in the sex industry and travel to countries like Taiwan to work. 

 

Sometimes legitimate tourists complain of being tarred with the brush of being a prostitute. 

 

Spring News made no reference to this either way in their story. 

 

Source: Spring News

 

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6 minutes ago, webfact said:

I'll never go there again as long as I live". 

Seems like a good result for Taiwan.

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These stories are alway a little short on details, did she have a booked return ticket, an itinerary/hotel booking, the contents of her bag was not tourist things etc. A history of visits etc ?

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Immigration's job is to keep the wrong sort of people out of the country. Given the foul tirade of abuse she came out with, you have to say they probably did their job quite well in this case.

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If it looks like a duck and talks like one then it probably is one. Thais have only themselves to blame for the suspicion that hangs around single female travellers.

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Maybe the way she is dressed?, the big suitcase?, and maybe a few entries before? But then again I do know Thai girls in normal business who do travel by themselves and are not out to make money off their bodies. They have worried about the same rejections before. So it is common. 

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Thaivisa notes that Thai women frequently encounter problems abroad due to the large number of their compatriots who work in the sex industry and travel to countries like Taiwan to work. 

 

The Thai women are world famous for the sexual services they provide across the globe. 

 

If you tell people you have a thai girlfriend or wife most will assume she is a prostitute. They might not say it, but they think it.

 

I am guilty of that as well. Probably because most of the farang thai couples that I have met the woman was a sex worker.

Just the way it is.

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20 minutes ago, Morty T said:

She'll need to add South Korea to that list also. Thai women travelling alone are routinely denied entry. 

Malaysia can also be troublesome.

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