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Had a new thai couple move in next door and bloomin heck they make a racket.

the bloke is very loud (almost to the point of shouting when he talks)

he slams doors constantly and leaves his car engine on all the time.

at night they sit outside till 1am, laughing the night away while the rest of us are trying to get some sleep.
the other night the woman was frying some eggs at 2am and knocked all her pans onto the floor, must have been intoxicated.

i live in a quiet soi (until they moved in anyway) and can see they dont match with the harmony of the street..

they have a noisy dog as well, that barks from 5am each morning.

 

do they not realize how noisy they are?

i mean, have they no perception of how they come across outside of their own personal space? Or do they know and just dont care? There are a few noisy neighbors in our project and most of them seem to be chinese thai types. Real thais seem to be polite and respectful on the whole where I live. If it carries on im gonna go round and give em a piece of my mind. 

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7 minutes ago, 2long said:

We are SO lucky that our neighbours are great (all Thai)

You really are lucky.

you can count your chickens there mate!

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Nothing to do there. If you want recover your peaceful life....  Move.

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see how it goes for a while and if it is as bad as you say then you could try the polite approach although they probably don't understand a word of english.

If you have a building manager or some thai admin, complain to them and ask them to go talk to the neighbor. Failing that,  you may have to move.

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Good that you didn't buy a house

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