What Is So Special About Thai Girls?

Thai girls are more conservative than women in many other countries and observe different customs.

You will gain a lot of respect and avoid embarrassment in Thailand if you follow Thai social rules and customs.

Be careful not to embarrass your lady. Holding hands, hugging or kissing in public, for example, are not permitted. Never lose your temper or speak out of line in Thailand.

Always show respect for Buddhist monks, temples and statues of the Buddha. Never touch a child’s head and never point at anything with your foot.

Just a few simple rules to remember. Thailand is called the land of smiles so smile a lot and enjoy the wonderfully positive atmosphere around you.

Thailand is in the tropical zone. It is quite hot there from April through October but from November to March the climate is very enjoyable.

Compared with city dwellers in western countries, city residents in Thailand dress conservatively. Casual dress is acceptable in resort areas but sandals and shorts are not allowed in the cities, temples and in some restaurants.

Always remove your shoes before entering a temple (wat) or someone’s house.

When traveling around Thailand, it is a good idea to use private transport and ride in an air-conditioned vehicle. Such transport is very affordable and travel arrangements can be made through a travel agent or at your hotel.

Traveling in comfort is an easy way to see the country and it will give you time to get to know your Thai girl.

Let her be your guide and show you the sights. The locals are usually very helpful and you can make friends easily.

Thailand is a great country to visit so relax and enjoy the atmosphere, the food and, of course, the company of the beautiful Thai girls.

9 thoughts on “What Is So Special About Thai Girls?

  • July 31, 2007 at 12:57 pm
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    Most of this would be true if we lived in the world painted by the guidebooks, but the realities are quite different. Not all Thai girls are conservative, and most of the girls I know have to problems with hugging, kissing or holding hands in public.

    I guess the younger demographic is somewhat more “radical” than its predecessors. But what’s that about sandals and shorts not being allowed in the city? Have you been to Thailand?

  • July 31, 2007 at 12:57 pm
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    Please edit above post to, “…I know have NO problems with…”

    Thanks.

  • July 31, 2007 at 1:05 pm
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    Thanks Matt, I think Dao doesn’t actually live in Bangkok, but is of Thai descent. Perhaps her views were taught to he by her parents while living in a different country.

  • July 31, 2007 at 1:08 pm
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    Ah OK. That makes sense. Strangely I found your site through John Chow. I’m impressed with the design work here. I’ll drop you an email anyway.

    Matt

  • July 31, 2007 at 1:37 pm
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    Thanks for the comments. Yeah, I’ve been an avid John Chow reader for awhile. I’m using quite a few of his tips to monetize this site 🙂

  • July 31, 2007 at 8:49 pm
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    I HAVE lived in various parts of Thailand and I can tell you that these rules should be followed. Sure, you’ll find young naklengs that flout traditions and try to imitate loose Western morals (or lack thereof) as they see portrayed in movies and music videos, but relationships that are really worth cultivating will flourish if the rules are followed. Just as in any country, in Thailand you will find respectful, classy people, trashy people, and everything in between. I highly recommend being a respectful tourist.

  • August 1, 2007 at 6:57 pm
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    Thais must always be respectful but some dont show respect to foreigners because thats what they see on tv. All of us are teached to be respectful from young.

  • August 5, 2007 at 9:17 am
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    I too found this site through John Chow dot Com. I really like the design and the frequency of the articles. Keep it up and I’m sure this site will be a huge success.

  • August 15, 2007 at 2:34 pm
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    It’s interesting about the public display of affection aspects. My Thai girlfriend is more than willing to hold hands, or have our arms around each other, in public places. She often instigates it. However, she forbids kissing in public, even if there’s nobody within 100 meters of us. She has informed me that it’s not something a respectful Thai lady should ever do.

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