We need the same and equal rights as other people. SWING is a Thai organization working in the cities of Bangkok and Pattaya to promote and protect the health and human rights of male, transgender and female sex workers, as well as men who have sex with men. Initially focused on male and transgender sex workers, over time SWING has expanded to include support to the wider MSM community, and also to female sex workers. Over the years that SWING has been providing services to sex workers in the area, sub-groups have been identified, such as young sex workers, new sex workers and migrant sex workers. SWING found that these sub-groups have special needs and concerns to be taken care of. Face to face work in bars and clubs and sex on premises venues remains part of our work, but SWING now works online too especially on CamFrog — an audio and video chat room site popular in Thailand.
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World-renowned for its seemingly infinite beaches with gently swaying palm trees and talcum-fine white sand, Thailand beaches are straight off the postcards depicting paradise. These shores are home to many gorgeous beach resorts and beach hotels that offer visitors of Thailand the perfect, tropical getaway. Even for visitors who find themselves amongst the skyscrapers and bustle of Bangkok will be thrilled to learn that there are still beaches in very nearby proximity to the concrete capital. Hua Hin has a plethora of activities such as a lively nightlife, unique markets and entertaining waterparks. The very nearby, Bang Saen Beach is also a popular spot for those wanting an escape from smog-ridden city life for a day or two.
See details. The main events of the Buddhist calendar but also the anniversaries of the King and Queen of Thailand and other days related to the History of the country are holidays in Thailand. If banks and administrations are generally closed those days, transport, shops and restaurants operate normally. See public holidays in Thailand. Country of traditions, Thailand offers many festivals including Buddhist festivals.
Meanwhile, Bangkokians are a little sadder than the average Thai. The capital was pushed to 30th place with a happiness score of just 5. On the other end of the scale, Phuket, the popular tourist province that some people deem paradise, earned the dubious distinction of most miserable with a score of 5. According to Farang Deaths, a blog that records the deaths of foreigners in Thailand, Phuket is where most foreigners died this year, with many of them committing suicide.