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Thailand still only generates between 11 to 15% of its GNP by Tourism. Depending on what statistic is to be believed. In Pattaya it's likely to be between 70 to 80%. With some exeptions, most Thai's

As soon as i flew out of my mother I was doomed...

This will take six months to get through but I’d be surprised if Pattaya wasn’t up and running again in 2021.   I’ve never witnessed a situation were people around the world were largely in the

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7 minutes ago, Logosone said:

Me too man, I can't wait for this nonsense to be over and to enjoy Thailand again.

 

 

You'll have to wait and nobody knows for how long and nobody knows what its going to be like after the "nonsense" is over either. 

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On 4/1/2020 at 11:15 AM, NCC1701A said:

sadly i think the Chinese will come in to buy up everything in sight in 2021.

Any country who lets the Chinese in after this, will be off their heads, and asking for more.

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On 4/1/2020 at 2:24 PM, Ebumbu said:

Time to legalize recreational ganja. It can be enjoyed at a safe distance from others. Look what it did for Colorado. 

It would have be on a BYOB (bring your own bong) basis.

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19 hours ago, Logosone said:

All those girls will be back and will be back in work.

All those girls will be back and will be back in work on their backs and going back to back bare back?

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On 4/1/2020 at 12:52 PM, donnacha said:


If the number of infections in Thailand reaches into the millions, it is probable that the Thai government would want to hide the full extent of the problem in order to preserve happiness (and not end up hanged by an angry mob).

They want to blame it on the Europeans, not the Chinese.

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On 4/1/2020 at 4:58 PM, Leaver said:

Certainly handy when you think of all the elderly expat retirees here that would be dropping off, with their family back home complaining to the media. 

 

           Expats family's  , wont be that concerned ..

 

         

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1 hour ago, possum1931 said:

 

Any country who lets the Chinese in after this, will be off their heads, and asking for more.

Forget the Chinese...they act like a school of fish, come all together, get frightened all together, and disappear all together...

 

Plus remember that they are taking a massive economic hit...their finances are going to be horrendous for a long time...

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10 hours ago, FarFlungFalang said:

All those girls will be back and will be back in work on their backs and going back to back bare back?

After the fear instilled by this contagion of every cough and sneeze.... that will be a small concern!

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If my family and i come through this ,it will be no change ,Pattaya without hordes of tourists is just a plus for us ,like many here i am just a family man ,live in our home ,drive to the shops ,dont go to bars and am in bed by 10pm. Its the ordinary working man and woman i feel sorry for ,our problems fade into nothing compared with theirs.

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17 hours ago, elliss said:

 

           Expats family's  , wont be that concerned ..

 

         

The expats who haven't burnt their bridges back home will have concerned family. 

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2 hours ago, ivor bigun said:

If my family and i come through this ,it will be no change ,Pattaya without hordes of tourists is just a plus for us ,like many here i am just a family man ,live in our home ,drive to the shops ,dont go to bars and am in bed by 10pm. Its the ordinary working man and woman i feel sorry for ,our problems fade into nothing compared with theirs.

It's unknown what Pattaya will be like when all of this is over.  Like I said, I like Thai food, but I don't want to eat it 7 days a week, but that's all that may be left.

 

The shops that you drive to may not be open.  They may change the visa requirements to get rid of some elderly expats that pose a risk to the Thailand's statistics and health care system.

 

Everything is not going to just open up and continue operating.  When this has passed, Pattaya will have changed.

 

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