What NOT to do in Thailand-Leave Your Ego on the Plane (No Western Privilege).


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In this video, I explain what not to do in Thailand. More specifically, what not to do as an expat in Thailand. This video reminds all expats visiting or living in Thailand to leave their ego on the plane. There is no Western privilege’s you can use in Thailand. In fact, you have no privilege at all, with the exception of basic human right’s. You are a guest in Thailand. Thailand is a peaceful country that I love. However, if you are an expat, and expect to be treated like you are in your home country, you are sadly mistaken. Do not raise your voice around Thai citizens, and do not get into a fight with your girlfriend or cab driver in public. Be humble and respectful at all times. This will ensure that you will have a pleasant experience in Thailand.

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9 comments

  1. One thing people don’t understand when they go to foreign countries is you are a guest there so respect yourself and that country and you will be fine.

  2. Hey JC. A good reminder. Keep ’em comin’. I appreciate what you are doing and saying, so travelers can have a more enjoyable time visiting as an appreciative guest, and not as an insensitive brute when visiting THEIR country. Another point I am glad you have said before is that it is better to start out with lower expectations, for the reasons you give in another video. CC

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