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Hua Hin: Chinese change strategy - creating "Chinatown Hua Hin"

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5 hours ago, baansgr said:

Dosn't matter how much they invest, still can't get a decent crispy duck with plum sauce anywhwre

It will come .... Just you wait ....

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2 hours ago, SidJames said:

They buy 30 year leases off Chinese companies.

How are these companies allowed to buy real estate to sell leases on?

Like any Thai company limited can buy property and lease it out for 30 years, not that mysterious. The Chinese shareholders probably just control the company, and have secured their investment in various legal ways.

 

If it was a hotel they invested in, ownership is allowed if the investment is over certain size – cannot remember exact how much, but somewhere 500+ million baht – so perhaps there is a "smart" connection here, we plain people don't know about in details...🤔

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10 hours ago, PatOngo said:

The only thing missing now are casino's, triads and a deep water naval port! Hua Hinoukville!

These are properties for Chinese to come & stay in, local guest houses & hotels are going to be in serious competition soon. As for the above casinos' etc etc expect the "shady" side of China to be arriving in the new year.

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9 hours ago, fruitman said:

So how can chinese buy houses in thailand when farang can't?

Easy , Thailand is a Chinese province now.

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10 hours ago, baansgr said:

The article states they buy on 30 year lease, which westerners can and have been doing for years

Yes, the market is for buying and selling leased land as I understand it.

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Does this mean that Hua Hin will finally have a decent Chinese restaurant? There was one for a while on Soi 94. It closed. Why does Thailand have so few good Chinese restaurants, and why are most in Bangkok so ridiculously over priced? 

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57 minutes ago, spidermike007 said:

Does this mean that Hua Hin will finally have a decent Chinese restaurant? There was one for a while on Soi 94. It closed. Why does Thailand have so few good Chinese restaurants, and why are most in Bangkok so ridiculously over priced? 

Serious question, is there even one single thing you like about LOS. I've never read even one complimentary post and your a prolific poster.

 

 

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Hello, 

 

Anyway, personally, I do not see the point of buying a house or a condo in Hua Hin or elsewhere in Thailand, the rental price is not excessive, the market is so vast, the number of houses or almost unoccupied condos, that there is still a lot of room for negotiation.
In addition, as the Thai laws are very vague, you risk waking up one morning, with, next to or in front of your house, a house in demolition, or the installation of a karaoke.
It is quite possible that the Chinese replace the Scandinavians, in particular, the Swedes.
The latter, most of them retired, were less present at the end of the year, since, following their pension reform, there are more and more poor people in Sweden.
As for pollution, it is the evil of all cities that develop.
Everyone should work for economic change, because everyone has their share of responsibility.
Instead of taking his motorcycle or his car, 10 times a day, to buy a lemon, rice, chicken wings, 200 meters from his home, why not do it on foot.

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A troll post and the replies has been removed.

 

A post containing an ethnic slur comment toward Chinese people has been removed. 

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2 hours ago, Myran said:

Hopefully they'll clear out the stray dog problem.

Chinese Hot Dogs will be the rage. They'll munch through the dog problem in no time!

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Résultat de recherche d'images pour "LES chinois mangent les chiens""

 

It seems to me that, since the increase in Chinese, the number of dogs has been decreasing.
Regularly, a good smell of barbecue comes to my nose, different from the usual one and from the smoke that envelops you.
The Chinese know very well how to cook dogs and even celebrate dog meat day in June.

 

Good breakfast
 
 

 

 

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