Bangkok - Post Report Question and Answers

If you move here, you can leave behind your:

Winter coat - Feb 2023

winter clothes. - Jan 2023

Winter clothes, pickiness about food, and small-town habits - May 2022

Winter clothing. - Aug 2019

Long sleeves! It's always hot here! - Jun 2018

Winter clothes. - Apr 2017

Coats, jackets, perceptions about what "normal" travel time connotates - Nov 2016

winter clothes, loud voices, lack of patience for the traffic and the pace of things - Aug 2015

Winter clothes, bad attitude, and intolerance for bad traffic and heat. - Aug 2014

Furniture. Come and shop! - May 2014

Good haircuts and highlights. - Oct 2013

110V appliances. Coffeemaker. Winter coats. - Jul 2013

Jeans, sweaters, and cold-climate clothing. - Jun 2013

down jacket. - Jul 2012

winter clothes - Oct 2011

Jumpers, your jackets, and your inhibitions about Bangkok's "sex capital" reputation. Warm clothes you won't need. Seedy areas you can avoid. - Aug 2011

Winter coat and gloves and your copy of "The King Never Smiles" - Jul 2011

bad attitude, impatience, and Western definition of personal space upon entering Asia! - Feb 2011

Winter clothes. - May 2010

Winter clothing. - Apr 2010

110 volt items unless you have a stepdown converter - Jan 2010

snow gear, or anything else for cold weather. - Jul 2009

Warm clothing and bland foods. - Apr 2009

Closed mind. This is not America. I mean that in mostly a good way. Thais are great people who have a very tolerant society on most levels. They are terrific with kids and don't like people who are pushy or overly aggressive. The only time I have seen a person handcuffed here was in a supermarket after she had slapped her son. They took her into custody and escorted her right out of the store. - Feb 2009

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