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THE world’s most dangerous countries for a holiday have been named – and they might not be the ones you’d think.

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Whatever the criteria, No.3 on the list is not good. Had it been assessed for risk of being robbed by a ladyboy, Thailand could have made No.1. ..... World class.

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6 minutes ago, DaRoadrunner said:

Whatever the criteria, No.3 on the list is not good. Had it been assessed for risk of being robbed by a ladyboy, Thailand could have made No.1.

Yeah, or die of natural causes. At least thats the police conclusion most of the time they find a dead foreigner.

After that you have the dangerous though of engaging in driving any kind of motorized veichle.

I also quite sure that the number of "accidental" suicides by falling from high positions will contribute to the danger percentage.

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1 hour ago, Matzzon said:

What can we say? A list based on what kind of danger?

What should we say about the source?

 

    Isn't the Sun similar to the German "Bild"?

 

    https://www.thesun.co.uk/travel/7694124/most-dangerous-countries-holiday/

 

From 2018:

 

   Japan was deemed the riskiest place to visit when it comes to events like earthquakes and typhoons, followed by Vietnam, and then Greece.

 

It seems that anybody these days can come up with a statistic that doesn't mean anything. 

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Lists like this are pretty pointless with no criteria cited.

 

In most cases it's a case of applying common sense, which admittedly many folks do check-in before boarding a flight to Thailand, often forgetting to reclaim it.

I've done enough daft things in Thailand in my time there, though have nothing worse than a (luckily) dry bite from a Russell's Viper to show for my pains. 

I'd like to think I'd no sooner go for a night time stroll in a gang neighbourhood in the USA or South Africa, than I would go swimming in a silty Australian estuary, or go sunbathing on a Japanese beach just after an earthquake...

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Parts of La are deadly to even walk in during the day time if your white>
cant say the same about anywhere in Asia,  SE asia

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It's just click bait, all of these so called 'surveys' are.

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South Africa was named as the least safe country to visit in terms of crime

yeah thats what over 20 years of democracy and black rule does for ya. hallelujah brothers. get down on your knees and praise the great Mandela

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Thought Londistan would be on the list, Knife capital deaths of the world.

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22 hours ago, Yinn said:

It only look at 20 country. So the headline is a lie.

Have 194 country the world.

 

 

Barbados Iceland UAE Singapore France Canada Spain US Australia Italy Jordan Turkey South Africa Mexico Thailand Morocco India Greece Vietnam Japan

Read more: https://www.which.co.uk/news/2018/11/the-worlds-safest-places-revealed/ - Which?

 

I have to state, that link doesn't really help your case.

 

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It's ranked at 118th out of 136 for crime risk. That is according to the article to which you have used as a reference. That's not good, by any measure.

Look at the company it keeps.

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1 hour ago, Thongkorn said:

Thought Londistan would be on the list, Knife capital deaths of the world.

 

Not against tourists. Will ignore your unpleasantness.

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