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

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bangkokbanjo    53
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.


Since I recently moved here , i would love to hear more about why you felt the years here were wasted. If you prefer, pm me

Thanks

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wakeupplease    1,860
On 26/04/2017 at 2:41 AM, khunano said:

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

Apart from you cannot buy a house in this neck of the woods by law you are bang on mate

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wakeupplease    1,860
On 27/04/2017 at 2:24 AM, 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.

Destiny1990

All he is trying to say is the laws here forbid him to own his own home outright and other laws make it hard to hold onto what you buy as others can take it away from you. just about every Expat agrees life is much harder here as laws and those who enforce them are racial. So right now he feels he has wasted 3 years of his life.

 

Having seen it close up myself I know how he feels. So I did get out and now life is great, it can be a bit cold but I am not bitten by those nasty things that hang out here on every street corner and I am not fried in the 40c and can have a shower as water is not in short supply.

 

Do give him a break please

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On 01/05/2017 at 4:39 AM, wakeupplease said:

Apart from you cannot buy a house in this neck of the woods by law you are bang on mate

Wrong. You can legally buy a house. You as a foreigner cannot buy land.

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Rhys    1,086
On 4/26/2017 at 11:04 AM, CGW said:

I used this tactic when the builders that were camping on ground behind the house started their music, one thing I can say is Thai people have little appreciation for Beethoven's 5th symphony.

 

..just curious, what was the final outcome.... and BS from the offenders?

 

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YetAnother    1,979

some thais get a thrill out of allowing foreigners

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tomwct    1,732

I just advised my friend not to move to Hua Hin, but move to Isan where is quiet with exception of a few roosters. He

thanked me and is planning on visiting next week.

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pcliff069    95

None of us want to live in a nanny state until we need to live in a nanny state. And I would never even attempt to buy a house or more correctly land in a country that doesn't want me to. Having rented 2 years in Pattaya, 2 in Rawai and now 2 in Hua Hin. All my landlords have been good except for one in Rawai. The good landlords have been Thai the bad was an Italian.

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Rhys    1,086

..the house always wins...

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Lone Ranger    44
On 5/1/2017 at 9:25 AM, TheFishman1 said:

Everything in CM stay the same 

Really feel for all the victims of these noise pollution parties gathering strength not only in Hua Hin but Pattaya too.

 

This is a serious matter that will escalate into violence if police act & evict all party-goers & force owners /agents to stop noise pollution.

It was the same situation in our village Chaikhao Mountain Home Banbofai Hua Hin Soi 6 ...months on end 2 or 3 nights per week most times....unbearably loud music all Thai teenagers apparently high on drugs too. 

 

Noise pollution is illegal as is daily renting of homes but the problem is as always inept policing of theses laws.

 

In Pattaya about 8 yrs ago our village signed a petition against 3 karaoke bars that opened up outside our gates blasting out horrendous Thai music at top volume until 3 or 4 am every night. We had tried talking/reasoning with them -waste of time of course as got threatened in return -so finally we sent a deputation of 4 including my Thai wife as a translator to meet the Asst Sheriff along with petition signed by all residents [all in Thai ] .Unbelieveably it worked. We were informed that they "took noise pollution very seriously" -we were told to wait for a month or so to allow police to survey the situation & then we would get a written report back as to action taken & when.

 

After a month all 3 karaoke dens were shut down  & some went to prison-moral of the story if you work together in a legal,serious way & request an appointment with the local Sheriff & arrive neat & tidy with a Thai translator & signed petition along with a video /mob phone clip of the party they just might listen & act-it's worth a shot.

 

Apparently the agent who was organizing these parties -the 1 yr contract with the Farang/Thai owners of the property concerned ended after New Year & peace has returned to our village -but for how long?

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YetAnother    1,979

noise pollution means nothing to thais; one told me that 'noise is a sign of life'; (yes, stupid life)

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YetAnother    1,979
On 5/7/2017 at 4:03 PM, YetAnother said:

some thais get a thrill out of allowing foreigners

annoying

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YetAnother    1,979

hard to believe that the police couldnt put a stop to this if they really wanted to

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