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Pattaya: It's official - Pattaya tourism down the pan, Chinese off to Vietnam and Indians the last hope

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4 hours ago, rooster59 said:

A deputy mayor of Pattaya has said categorically that tourism in Pattaya is in real trouble. 

Be careful, you may have serious problems with the TAT for what you said!

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5 hours ago, rooster59 said:

Manoch repeated claims from other sources that Indians spend 10,000 baht a day - twice as much as the Chinese.

Your 'avin a laugh!

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10 minutes ago, hansnl said:

Keeping the "lower classes" in servitude & poverty isn't so.ething specific for Thailand, you will see that this happens all over the world.

Noted! :wink:

Not as dumb as they appear are they! 

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12 minutes ago, jacko45k said:

There are some differences. Anyhow, we are in a Forum specifically aimed at Thailand discussion.

yea, as long as it's an accurate statement which many about Thailand are not..

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Wouldn,t it be great if the Indians all went to Vietnam ? Only then might there be hope 🙂 This may sound racial, but I have only ever seen Indians urinating in the MIDDLE of the street, and washing their underwear in the hotel swimming pool 😞 All the other races appear to rise above this behaviour.

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don't think the world's economy is improved that much, still seeing foreigners here in Hua Hin sitting drinking in front of the 7/11's lol..

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