Thai people can also be sensitive about their language capabilities, so don’t go laughing at them or be too put off by shorter replies.
Expat and meet-up groups on Facebook are also a great way to meet like-minded people and can be found quite easily.
If you’re not prepared for that, or think you won’t be able to handle it, then don’t put all of your eggs in one basket.
If you’re planning on dating a Thai national, it might be a little different to what you’re used to back home.
Nadia was crowned Miss Mimosa Queen Thailand in 2015.
After winning this local trans pageant, held annually in Pattaya, she become quite well-known.
Relationships are often built on stability and trust, both of which are harder to achieve if half of the couple isn’t around for half of the time.
Finally, if it’s not meant to be, don’t dwell on it!
Dating’s hard anywhere and definitely harder in Bangkok, so don’t give up.
Despite what you might have gathered from trips to party places such as Phuket, Thai people are actually a reserved, bordering on shy bunch.
Many Thais would feel uncomfortable even hugging after a first date, so don’t go planning for that big night just yet.