Thai culture dating
The first time I traveled to Thailand felt exciting and new, but the moment I stepped out of the airplane I have lost track of how many times I traveled to this country, how many beautiful women I met and how many unforgettable moments I experienced.All I can remember is that this country allowed me to meet the most wonderful woman I have ever met. She is smart, educated and from a wealthy family, but what’s even more important is that she is everything I ever wanted in a woman.
I mean, let’s be honest here, she wants to see a fellow that has self-control, self-discipline and more importantly, respect for himself.Although this article is written mainly for the guys, the ladies will learn a lot of what and what not to do in public with your friends or mate of the opposite sex.The men will also learn the real way courtship works in Thailand and why.Girls that work in bars are for having fun in the short term and that is as far as it goes.Both Thai men and women know this but for some strange reason many male visitors to Thailand just don't get it. Many people who have met my wife and I ask where I found such a wonderful person, well it wasn't easy. The best place to meet someone is where she works (not a bar).Thailand is a class society and the girls working in the bars are part of the lower class.
Any well-educated and successful Thai man knows this also and would not think of marring a girl of this status.
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In a previous article about Thai girls and their dating potential for us westerners, I set out why I believe that the ladies from the land of smiles are a viable option for a serious romance now that economic development in Thailand had introduced a more mainstream sort of visitor to the country for work and business purposes.
Steve Bain is an Englishman who has traveled to Thailand many times and has lived there, on and off, since 2010.
He is a graduate in Economics and is fascinated by the developing economies and cultures of South East Asia.
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