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Yes, for an extra 100 baht she will put her phone down and use both hands. 

So after month after month of massage shop closures a number of them on Klang by Buakhao have dropped the price to 80 baht an hour, already busy, finally they are realising by lowering the price you g

The place I used to go has the sauna still going but the girls are gone, except the one that used to massage me. She's selling fruit from a stall near the sauna, and massaging when a customer comes.

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2 hours ago, redwood1 said:

Update.........On the massage shops on Pattaya Klang near Soi Bukow.....As of today they are all 100 baht and there are also now 5 @ 80 baht.....I am holding out for 60 baht...lol

Yes many at 80 baht now, the ones at the end of Buakhao agree a price, you know typical Thailand cartel. See if they all drop at once. 

 

I always find it strange why they charge much more for oil, if they charged 150 they'd get more takers and then scope for more money. Currently at 180 for those Klang shops

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1 hour ago, scubascuba3 said:

Yes many at 80 baht now, the ones at the end of Buakhao agree a price, you know typical Thailand cartel. See if they all drop at once. 

 

I always find it strange why they charge much more for oil, if they charged 150 they'd get more takers and then scope for more money. Currently at 180 for those Klang shops

Might include a happy ending. That's a lot more work, given the clientele they have to deal with.

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14 hours ago, champers said:

Look like utility bills. Will the landlord have to pay if the tenant has thrown in the towel?

I think the process is the utility comes and takes out the meter if the bill goes unpaid. Although I had recent experience near to my home of a bill being overdue for more than a month, but there was still power .... they used to come around and cut the power more quickly in the past, which suggests some leniency or backlog.

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15 hours ago, champers said:

Look like utility bills. Will the landlord have to pay if the tenant has thrown in the towel?

Yes, it's the landlords property and he will be liable now it's empty, and the property tax whatever they call it, paid yearly

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10 hours ago, jacko45k said:

I think the process is the utility comes and takes out the meter if the bill goes unpaid. Although I had recent experience near to my home of a bill being overdue for more than a month, but there was still power .... they used to come around and cut the power more quickly in the past, which suggests some leniency or backlog.

I was under the belief they removed a company fuse, or similar, that cut electricity to the property, not the whole meter.  

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1 hour ago, Leaver said:

I was under the belief they removed a company fuse, or similar, that cut electricity to the property, not the whole meter.  

I went to have a look round a condo block and all the meters where together except the ones removed for non payment

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On 11/21/2020 at 11:24 AM, scammed said:

i saw a massage shop next to me lowered it to 100 now promotion, i am contemplating trying it out,

but i really dont like to try out new places when i finally found a place with effective massage, in my experience 90% is not worth the time let alone money,

its pure luck to find competence

So True.  Couple of years ago I went to Bangkok after breaking my leg.  Intention was to have a massage every day (mainly for leg).

Nearly every massage place completely avoided my leg when I told them I had broken it 6 months earlier.

 

Turned out, one of my Thai friends in the UK did a much better massage than any I got in Bangkok.

Amazing Thailand!

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