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RE: surfing in thailand« on: August 27 2009 16:08:00 »
I was answering Stephanie"s question..!!...
My answer was not aimed at you...Niko..!!??..."LOLO"
You are so far up yourself...You would'nt know if it was day or night..!!??...
Can't you see nobody likes you on this post...??...
RE: surfing in thailand« Reply #1 on: August 28 2009 02:08:00 »
Best bet is to go to Samui...might be a chance of something hapenning there!
RE: surfing in thailand« Reply #2 on: August 28 2009 02:08:00 »
ok salsapineapple or mangotango whatever your name is.....lolo? hehe if you are a mexican lover or whatever its your own deal, dont bring me into your gay world, enough please.....stop imbarassing yourself
RE: surfing in thailand« Reply #3 on: September 09 2009 09:09:00 »
Hello fellow surfers
I just wanted to share my surfing experience in thailand. I stayed in Phuket for 3 days during the month of
July and I would recommend Kata Beach for people who are learning to surf. I rented a surf board for 150 baht for one hour very cheap. The waves are not big and ideal for beginners. Although finding a reputable surf teacher for lessons maybe a bit difficult. Another alternative to Kata to go surfing is in Patong Beach but I like to say I was Baptized in Kata Beach and plan to continue to surf. Keep Ripping - Jeff
RE: surfing in thailand« Reply #4 on: September 11 2009 10:09:00 »
How did this loser Niko turn a thread about someone wanting to surf in thialand into an excuse to brag about his surf in Hawaii. This person is learning to surf, doesnt matter if the waves in Thialand are four foot, they would be great to learn in. Maybe they arn't travelling there just to surf, maybe they were just curious if it was something they could do whilst they visited. Niko no one cares about your experience and Hawaii in this thread.
RE: surfing in thailand« Reply #5 on: December 12 2009 13:12:00 »
If anyone is still following this, I am headed to thailand for 3 wks feb-mar. I am not going 4 the surf, but would like to if there are waves anywhere. 2-3 foot waves are fine, but I don't know which part would have this to offer this time of yr...any recommendations?
RE: surfing in thailand« Reply #6 on: December 13 2009 16:12:00 »
I'm thinking of going there to get some good dental work done cheap. I would also like to check out the Thai dancing chicks with the incredible way they use there fingers.
It seems like an interesting culture but the main reason would be to get some dental work done cheap.
RE: surfing in thailand« Reply #7 on: September 25 2010 09:09:00 »
I am going to spend 10 days in thailand,I will arrive there the 1 October,and I would like to surf as much as I can,I was cheking this and more website...and I still dont know where I should go in this time of the season....where would you recomend me..??
Thank you for your repply
RE: surfing in thailand« Reply #8 on: September 25 2010 21:09:00 »
Classic reading this thread from the start! LOL. I have surfed/SUP everyday in September on Koh Lanta. We have had 1-3foot everyday. Partner has had his surf board out too. Mainly Klong Dao beach break. We still get waves in Oct - Nov but more 1-2foot. and depends on moon/tides. but you can get wet most days. Kata in Phuket is about the same as here - but more people in the water. Surf in Thailand is not world class - but if you are here you can catch a fun wave.
RE: surfing in thailand« Reply #9 on: September 26 2010 06:09:00 »
In the north of Phuket there are plenty of uncrowded and relax waves, not really difficult to find.