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Paradise lost – Hua Hin peace shattered by “Party Houses”

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Destiny1990    1,093
46 minutes ago, Redline said:

I guess you don't spend a lot of time in BKK?

They are some here but a lot are fake....locationship wise

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CGW    693
10 hours ago, khunano said:

Rule No. 1: Don't ever buy a house in Thailand. Rule No. 2: Don't even think about it!

Slightly different to my rules, 1. Never pay rent! 2. ............... :shock1:

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On 25/04/2017 at 7:35 PM, clockman said:

Most Thais are stone deaf!

We have weekend home in Hua Hin. I know if my papa/mama are disturbed we go speak to the Thai party people & promise to shut them down if they don't keep their voices & music down. Happened 2 times. So far we've not had to call police but we wud if they did not listen & noise kept going past 11 p.m

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Moonmoon    1,692
Posted (edited)

I don't live in HuaHin but in Abac BangNa.

 

This problem had occurred to me and my neighbours in my condo b4 when a couple moved into the duplex on the 6th floor.

They would party on the weekends from 7pm to 6am the next day shouting and laughing from the balcony to the pool.

Their friends would ride their superbikes into all night long into the car park. 

 

After the 2nd time,I took many videos as evidence and sent it to the management. I was not the only person that complained. The couple were given a warning and were made to sign an agreement that if they commit the same offence again, they had to forfeit their deposit and move out in 3 days time. 

 

The couple refused to sign. The management switch off their water supply and finally the couple were forced to move out.

 

Some nights or wee hours in the mornings, some Uni students would start jumping and diving into the swimming pool and make alot of noise. 

 

I would just walk to the security guard and inform him, and they would go to the swimming to shut it down.

 

I would suggest the affected go to their management of the residential estate and get them to make rules that the owners cannot rent out their houses for parties, if not the party would get shut down and all those who are not real residents will get chase out, if not the management should compensate the residents for their damages and losses. Be polite but be very firm and chase them everyday if till they do something about it.

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weejun    19
On 25.4.2017 at 2:35 PM, clockman said:

Most Thais are stone deaf!

Are these kinds of comments really necessary?

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gk10002000    2,742
17 hours ago, Destiny1990 said:

Mate stop talking about usa.u could not even locate Thailand on a map under ur nose.Thailand also has civil courts duh!

I have been to Thailand 14 times, since 2004, staying as long as two months at a time a few times.  As for Thailand Civil courts, good luck with that.  They are totally subservient to the Military and you would have a lot of trouble getting much traction or support there as a foreigner.

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Joebuzz    68
19 hours ago, Destiny1990 said:

Mate stop talking about usa.u could not even locate Thailand on a map under ur nose.Thailand also has civil courts duh!

Sorry Matey, but I have to admit that after 3 years being an AMERICAN doing my best to retire in Thailand, I said <deleted> It.  I wouldn't even buy a scooter and found that the only way to have ANYTHING was to RENT EVERYTHING.  I found nothing worth OWNING.  At this point, I wish I wouldn't have wasted 3 years of my life.

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steven100    5,554

Just move to an area that is quite ....

if you bought and cannot sell then move & rent the place out as a party house ...:shock1:

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Destiny1990    1,093
2 hours ago, Joebuzz said:

Sorry Matey, but I have to admit that after 3 years being an AMERICAN doing my best to retire in Thailand, I said <deleted> It.  I wouldn't even buy a scooter and found that the only way to have ANYTHING was to RENT EVERYTHING.  I found nothing worth OWNING.  At this point, I wish I wouldn't have wasted 3 years of my life.

Since u be moving out soon why are u complaining  about not been able to own stuff?By the way u can own many things sorry u seem the be joking around.

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bangkokbanjo    50
What made u move here?


Many reasons. I retired early due to some early deaths of friends and clients. Decided i did not want to work till i drop . I chise thailand due to the costs, location as i will use it as a base to travel, and love of the country. My main goal is to become conversational in thai as well as being able to read. Im making great strides in that dept. Despite all the negative stuff you read about thailand here, my experiences have been good. Im sure i will have some bad ones too, but ill deal with those

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overherebc    4,076
On 2017-4-26 at 10:01 AM, abab said:

Too many grumpy old people at Hua hin, I wonder why any party people go there.

 

 

Idiot.

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Destiny1990    1,093
6 hours ago, bangkokbanjo said:

 


Many reasons. I retired early due to some early deaths of friends and clients. Decided i did not want to work till i drop . I chise thailand due to the costs, location as i will use it as a base to travel, and love of the country. My main goal is to become conversational in thai as well as being able to read. Im making great strides in that dept. Despite all the negative stuff you read about thailand here, my experiences have been good. Im sure i will have some bad ones too, but ill deal with those

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Very noble seems u is the first American i know that is willing to learn a second language.Now u want learn read and conversational  Thai best to start with this around 4-5 years of age especially to master the tones.

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Joebuzz    68
On 4/26/2017 at 9:24 PM, Destiny1990 said:

Since u be moving out soon why are u complaining  about not been able to own stuff?By the way u can own many things sorry u seem the be joking around.

Not complaining about "not" being able to own anything.  I'm stating that I refused to OWN anything.  I rented everything once I realized that even the women weren't worth OWNING.  Most are for RENT.  Now, I'm gone but I've got things to say about my wasted 3 years.  And please, learn to use whole words.  Your grammar is childish.

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