If expats dislike the sex tourists that visit Thailand ,why do they choose to reside there instead of a countries like Bhutan or Vietnam?
- 5 years agoFavorite Answer
There are many, many reasons. Sometimes your work requires you to do so, sometimes because you know not every corner of the country is always infested with sex tourists as usually generalised by many, and there are also some other great things over there.
Just like many other countries, sex tourism definitely does exist in Thailand, but that doesn't mean it's everywhere and that there are sex bars wherever you go. Sex tourists whose main purpose of visiting Thailand is, well, sex, will go to certain places known for sex tourism, of course, while expats who has no interests in such activities will simply avoid those areas and live elsewhere in the country.
- 5 years ago
a week in Bhutan costs as much as a week in Paris. in Bhutan, they strictly issue visas to groups of tourists at high costs; their philosophy is that they only want to attract rich tourists so as to keep their native population and environment unspoiled from mass tourism and mongers.
Vietnam is a beautiful country and with a very beautiful female population; although as a foreigner expect everyone to want a slice of your budget, one way or another. the population is close to 90 million and its not a rich country. ST is between $30 and $40 bucks; way over the average punter's daily budget.
its a dangerous place if you like danger.
hope that helps -_-
- Anonymous5 years ago
they are hardly going to admit they are there for cheap and under age sex