be careful of those massage parlors with the red lights
There is nothing to be afraid of while Traveling in Thailand.I found Thai people are absolutely friendly and warm. Yes, there are lots of message parlors and that should not be a threat for anyone at all unless you visit them. You need to be a bit careful while shopping from road side, shopkeepers will ask you for 5-10 time more than the actual price-so its better to ask you hotel receptionist what can be the price range of a specific type of product you wanna buy.thanks.
Be careful that you'll have too much fun and don't wanna go back home
Temper your alcohol intake (I've seen lots of passed out people and people in clinics in Thailand due to alcohol based injuries), know why you're going and what you're getting into if you go to any red light districts or beer bars, and take cabs when traveling at night in major cities. Thailand is very safe, though; the Buddhist culture actually inhibits a lot of crime.
Just take care of yourself and your personal belongings. Be careful also to strangers.
Ad to the list very strong under currents in the ocean at certain times of the year... always heed the flags and be careful when swimming on deserted beaches with no flags...
yes i thinks you don't have to becareful about because am currently living here in bangkok, and i also found that thai people are really nice they always help eachother, i love their smile and kindness also love thai food everything is perfect all i can say is i love thailand xxx
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