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Pattaya prostitutes return on the street

A Pattaya-area street made infamous last year for hosting female prostitutes in slinky outfits offering sexual services is back in the news as the karaoke clubs there reopen.

According to media reports, the street behind an Esso gas station in Banglamung where Nakata Karaoke and other clubs are located made national news in April 2021 for having about 50 women a night loitering there, offering prostitution services.

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People in the know say that the rates for the services range from 1300 baht for a short-time including room to 3000-4000 baht for all-night. Throughout the night a continuous stream of customers comes by motorbike and cars. At some houses a sales person comes out to the cars to offer the various services available, but no alcoholic drinks.

Of course, when Banglamung Police went there after the media coverage, the street was empty. Satisfied cops pronounced that the photos were fake or old and that, of course, there was no prostitution in Pattaya.

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But, now with clubs open again, residents again are taking new pictures and videos of cars and motorcycles parked up and down the soi and few of the hookers wearing face masks.

Certainly, though, when police arrive, there will be no prostitution in Pattaya again.

Prostitution in Pattaya

Widespread prostitution may well be Thailand’s worst kept secret, with sex services being covertly offered in a variety of venues across the country such as bars, clubs, and massage shops. But a karaoke shop in Pattaya has temporarily shut down after social media post outed the well-known sex for sale secret.

In Pattaya, prostitutes from various countries, particularly from Ukraine and Uzbekistan are seen on the street day and night. These Ukrainian and Uzbek females arrive in Thailand on tourist visa and engage into such activities. According to information, there also are sex workers from India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Lebanon, Egypt and Iran.

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