Sunday, 26 June 2011

Looking for a Ping Pong Show in Phuket

I've always wanted to see a Ping Pong Show after hearing the stunts those girls could do with their pelvic muscles a.k.a. vagina.

When I was in Phuket last month, I made it a point to look for a Ping Pong Show, and found it on Bangla Road where the nightlife of Phuket is.

This is Bangla Road in the daytime. At night it turns into this:

Girls rubbing themselves on poles, much to the delight of male customers ;-)

We saw many guys standing along the road holding laminated A4 paper with a list of shows available. We approached one of them and he brought us to a nightclub that looked like this:

The place was dark when we entered. There were a mix of men and women in the audience who were seated around the stage. Some were seated on cocktail tables a little towards the back. A few girls were performing completely naked on stage.

We took our seats, paid the entry fee of THB 800 which includes one drink, and I was excited!

I wish I could show you photos but photography is strictly prohibited in the area. My travel partner whipped out her camera to snap a photo of our drinks and the bouncer immediately told her to put it away.

Soon the real performers came on stage and the show began.

Unlike the previous performers who performed in extremely tiny bikinis or in the nude, these Ping Pong Show performers were fully clothed. They wore sleeveless tight fighting tops with a wrap around mini, mini skirt with nothing underneath of course. And when they performed, you can't see their privates, unless maybe if you're sitting at the foot of the stage where you have a visual advantage.

The stunts they could do with their pelvic muscles includes:
(a) blowing a dart from a straw to burst a balloon.
(b) pulling a string of razor blades out from it; and
(c) shooting a ball into the air.

Makes me think that the vagina is indeed an underestimated body part.

During the show, a few guests were called on stage to assist the performers. All of them cringed when asked to touch items that have made contact with these ladies' vaginas. I couldn't help laughing!

So I returned from Phuket with another "been there, done that" ticked off my list.

Thursday, 16 June 2011

"Different" Signboards in Phuket

I snapped photos of these 2 signages when I was in Phuket for a weekend getaway last month. One signage had a double meaning and the other was simply amusing. Here, take a look:

The 19th Hole?

The only thing I know about golf is that Tiger Woods is a womaniser. But when I saw this signboard, something must have trigged my synapses to tell me that there are only 18 holes in golf. What's the 19th hole? Go figure.

Husband Day Care Centre

We all know of day care centres for kids. But in Phuket there's a day care centre for husbands ;-) So ladies, please take note.

Sunday, 12 June 2011

Travellers Are Ambassadors

Do you realise that whenever you travel, you're being an unofficial ambassador for your country? The way you behave will give an impression on what sort of people come from your country.

Take a look at this picture:

Photo taken at Bath Backpacker's Hostel in England.

Eventhough the poster above was created in jest, it just goes to show that people are indeed observing the way people from certain countries behave.

It is also important to be hospitable towards tourists in your own country. These tourists may have approached you for direction or travel tips, and the way you treat them will give an impression on what sort of people your country has.

I myself have given directions to many tourists who have approached me for help. And if I happen to be going the same way, I would bring them personally to their destination so that they won't get lost. I hope my efforts have created a good impression that Malaysians are friendly and helpful :-)

As a traveller who has travelled reasonably wide and met people from different nationalities along the way, I have met people from various countries who have shaped my impression (positive and negative) of them. For example, I think Syrians are extremely friendly and hospitable; and the Vietnamese are so rude and dishonest that I'll never return to Vietnam again unless it's a matter of life and death.

So you see, it's important to behave properly whenever you travel and to treat travellers well because you are an impression of your own country.

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