being arrogant and confident i thought i had nothing new to learn considering my advanced age. several posts have inspired me to start this thread to help newbies navigate the world of dating Vietnamese women. ofcourse there are exceptions to every rule so dont take these advice/opinions as canon.
anyone can add their opinions and advice but please refrain from bashing the Vietnamese women. 1 - throw out most of your western dating habits and rituals they dont apply here.2 - being an expat youre considered a prized catch.
I spent two months in Bangkok before setting up base in Saigon.
I love living in Asia and it’s been a real eye-opener seeing the value that I have here as a Western guy. The people are hardworking and ambitious, and developments are springing up all the time.
My first trip outside Europe took me to Thailand 15 years ago.
I immediately fell in love with the country and I kept coming back every 1 or 2 years after that.
Most of these mobile dating apps have a very quick sign-up process that relates to answering a few questions instead of having to work through a lengthy questionnaire.
They make it really easy to connect with others and see the location of the other person by this you can say it is possible to have a quick phone chat and meet up in a safe place thereafter.
I have spent some time in Vietnam this year and it brings back memories how Thailand used to be back in the days. On my first visit to this country 7 years ago I saw many hand drawn rickshaw taxis on the streets and very few western fast food places.When western civilization comes crashing down on these countries too hard I will need to rethink this strategy.I like traditional girls, and Vietnamese women fit the bill. In particular I like the Vietnamese traditional dresses—Ao Dai.It can be summed up into a sweet personality, good family values and slim body. It covers most of the body but you can see the sexy curves of the Vietnamese women.I prefer if the girl doesn’t drink (my last two girlfriends had never tasted any alcohol). I escaped the my 9-5 job in April and have been living in Asia since then.