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  2. Bonjour. Je recherche une traduction des principales maladies du thaï vers le français et ou l'anglais. J'ai fait des recherches sur Google mais je n'ai rien trouvé. Ça peut être utile quand on va chez un docteur ou mieux comprendre de quoi souffre sa compagne thaïlandaise Merci
  3. Hi, is there anyone who has married a ladyboy and is happy and enjoying life with your partner
  4. I bought both a Vitamix and a coffee machine from Bon Cafe and was impressed with their service.
  5. I had a gastric sleeve done at Bumrungrad in December 2017. I thought others might like to hear my experience. First, I spent a lot of time researching and talking to my doctor. He recommended a surgeon for me and I met with him. I liked him and we set a date for the preoperative procedures which included sending a camera down my throat and heart exam, etc. The throat exam was done under anesthesia and thus I remember nothing. But, all the doctors I met with signed off on the procedure so it was a go. The cost for the surgery was estimated at 650,000-700,000 Thai-Baht which included 4 nights in the hospital. The procedure itself took 2 hours. I was in the post op room for 2 more hours and then in my room. The doctors and nurses took great care of me in the room. The first night was very uncomfortable but not a great deal of pain. They did have me on pain killers. It was hard to sleep though although I felt I got more sleep in those 4 days than ever in my life. I had two doctors that checked in on me daily. The nurses were never more than one minute away if I pressed the button. They were professional and the room was great. I opted for a single room and it had a table and chairs and a sofa. It allowed me to move from my bed to different places in the room during the day to sit and read email, etc. The hotel Internet was great and never went down. The food was very bland as I was on an all liquid diet but that was expected. When the doctor released me, I felt fine and no pain. I had to go back to the doctor two times the first week to have the stitches removed and get checked. All was good and after those two visits, I was told to come back in one month. They put me on an all liquid diet and it has been fine. After 2 weeks of surgery I had lost 25 pounds. I can't express how much I recommend Bumrungrad. If others are interested in the doctor's name, PM me and I'll be happy to share.
  6. rmambour


    Angthong...100km north from Bangkok, 30km from Ayutthaya
  7. CrazyExpat


    Welcome! What part of Thailand do you live in?
  8. Hello New in this in Thailand since 2 years
  9. During 2018, will have a posting contest. All you need to do to enter is post 100 posts in any month and your name is entered into the drawing. One prize winner will receive 2,500 USD on December 25, 2018 at a drawing that is held to anyone interested at a local Bangkok pub. The way to enter: Make at least 100 posts in any one month over the competition period (January 1, 2018 through December 20th 2018). For every member that has 100 or more posts in any month, they will be eligible for the contest drawing. Each member that has 100 posts their name will go into a hat. One name will be drawn. For each 100 posts in one month that a poster has, their name is placed into the hat. To qualify, the posts must be reasonable quality. One or two word posts will not count. In December 2018, we will have a drawing and the person whose name comes out of the hat will be the winner. We will have the drawing in a public place in Bangkok with observers to watch the entries and the results. Rules* Judges decision will be final. Administrators and Moderators of are ineligible. *The competition and its rules are subject to change if circumstances are beyond our control. For each 100 or more posts in one month that a poster has, their name is placed into the hat. For example if JohnDoe posts 100 posts in January, his name goes into the hat one time. If JohnDoe posts 100 times in January, March and August, his name goes into the hat 3 times. If JonhDoe posts 545 times in one month, his name goes in the hat one time for that month. Please ask for any clarifications if anything in the above is not understood. It is a chance to have a free trip to Land of Smiles! The way to enter: 1. Reply to this thread that you are going to enter the contest! Post how many posts you have on day 1. 2. Each month that you have 100 posts, you get one entry into the contest. 3. Contest beings today and goes through December 20, 2018. 4. To qualify, the posts must be reasonable quality. One or two word posts will not count. While this post is in the main forum, there are other forums here as well and all qualify. We hope that you sign in and spend some time in the forums and if you have a review to submit of a hotel, bar, restaurant or city there is no better time than the present. Again, thank you for your support and we hope you have a wonderful 2018! Be sure your first post is in the Introduction Forum so that you can then post without Moderation! The staff at!
  10. Weeks of running in a charity marathon by Thailand’s rock-star, Toon Bodyslam, has officially concluded in Mae Sai District of Chiang Rai Province. At the end of the cross-country marathon, donations totaled 1.16 billion baht as Artiwara 'Toon Bodyslam' Kongmalai reached his destination at the Thailand-Myanmar border checkpoint in Mae Sai District. The amount collected means all 11 hospitals chosen to be the recipients of the donated funds will each receive over 100 million baht. Members of the public are also advised that donations to the fund are still possible until the end of January 2018.
  11. I love Vitamix and for years I had my USA 110 watt Vitamix for use in Thailand. However, it required that I use a converter that was about 20 pounds and taking that from place to place is a pain in the butt. So, I finally gave in and decided to buy a 220-240 Vitamix. There are some stores around Bangkok that have these machines. However, the best place to buy a Vitamix in Thailand is Bon Cafe. They have a selection of not only coffee machines but also the full supply of Vitamix machines. I had wanted the Prep 3 Vitamix and they often have sales. Vitamix is not cheap in Thailand. Mine cost 30,000 baht. But, overall, I am thrilled with the purchase. It is high powered and blends anything. It is also easy to clean up. If you are looking for a Vitamix in Thailand, Bon Cafe is a great place to start!
  12. The construction of the first section of the Thailand-China railway line officially began on Thursday with a ground-breaking ceremony in the northeastern Thai province of Nakhon Ratchasima. The 253-km first phase of the railway links Bangkok with Nakhon Ratchasima province. China is responsible for design of the railway, supervision of construction and manufacturing of trains and signal systems, among others. Once completed, the railway with a maximum speed of 250 km per hour will be the first high-speed railway in Thailand. For the full story:
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