Sexy Thai School Girls – How to Tell the Difference Between College and High School

The other day I was in MBK, one of the largest shopping malls in Bangkok.  Although I hate shopping, it was finally time to replace my broken HTC phone with something better.

Walking through this monster of a mall, two thoughts worked their way through my mind:

Fuck, Thai school girls are hot in their sexy college girl uniforms!

If it wasn’t for my ex girlfriend, I’d have no way of telling the difference between a sexy college girl and sexy jail bait!

(Although the legal age of consent is 16 in Thailand, don’t go under 18)

Walk through any mall in Thailand and you’ll see school girl after school girl.  And I’ll tell you, guessing a Thai women’s age can be very difficult for even the most seasoned Thai expat.

Although there are some exceptions to this rule, this is a very useful rule of thumb to follow: 



So next time you approach that sexy school girl asking for fake advice on some building’s location, make sure the skirt is black.

Easy and useful, the best kind of advice!

Special Note: As when dealing with any girl under the age of 20, it’s always a good idea to see some I.D. before the deed is done.  There are ways to start university under the age of 18 or even 16.

Posted on Gods of Thailand September 18, 2011 in , ,


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  • Ham Sammich says:

    (Although the legal age of consent is 16 in Thailand, don’t go under 18)

    Explain. Is there some law that will get you in trouble? If the age of consent is 16, then I don’t see the problem. I could be 14. I could be 20. I could be 40. You need to clarify what you mean when you say things like this.

    Is it your moral or logical opinion? Or is there some complication in the law? Many societies don’t have moral qualms with 16 and up. You’re basically an adult. But in some countries it’s a big deal. I think someone 20 with someone 16 isn’t really any different from someone 24 with someone 20. But someone 40 with someone 16… Yeah, that’s screwed up. But the fact is, it’s perfectly legal in many places.

    Side point being, people, remember your moral standard or your national moral standard isn’t the global moral standard, nor is your moral standard necessarily correct. Main point is such statements should be clarified.

    • This is a rule of thumb that you should always follow. The law in Thailand is not very clear on what the “actual” legal age is in Thailand. Some view it as 16 while others are trying to make it 20. However, nation wide there is a clear belief that 18 is the right number.

      My friends and I follow the, “better safe than sorry” policy. I prefer to stay out of trouble with any kind of Thai police…unless I can easily buy my way out of it 🙂

      My advice is to never go under 18. However, I have met more than a few guys that try to lock up 16 and 17 year while they are virgins. But since I prefer the single life, locking up a 17 year old for marriage is of no interest to me.

  • Rich says:

    awesome.. thanks man. On both replies.

  • Rich says:

    One more quick question buddy… is it true that ANY type of pornography (i.e. on your computer) is a very bad idea in Thailand? How much trouble can you get in for having that sort of material?

    Thank you in advance, and keep up the great work.

  • Rich says:

    Great site and topic man, I appreciate it.

    Do you have any advice on how/where to rent an apartment in Pattaya for a month? I don’t want to end up paying more to take girls back. Plus I’d like something economical yet nice.

    Thanks man

    • Hey Rich,

      There are many websites that rent apartments in the Pattaya area. My advice is to spend a couple hours searching google for a few options.


      Once you have a few options, look at them first. Rent a hotel in Pattaya for the first 3 nights, then look at the apartments. A few things to look at: Location, Cleanliness, Internet Speed, Are Utilities Included, etc..

      Also, it’s common that a security deposit is required which is usually the same amount as the months rent.

  • chris says:

    not exactly true dude, you can be in college aged 15 and wear a black skirt! You can start a college in Thailand once you’ve finished year 9. I’ll type it in english Ashiwa they wear black skirts too bro, those who didn’t get their high school diploma and learn by correspondence also go to a special school and they wear black skirts too bro and be under 18.

    • Hey Chris,

      Thanks for the info. Sometimes exceptions can be such a pain 🙂

      Although this is a good rule of thumb to follow. When dealing with young Thai girls, you should always get a peek at her I.D. before the deed is done.

  • Nick says:

    Don’t go to Thailand hoping to exploit and have sex with young girls. You are the kinda guys that gets Western men such a bad name. Have respect for the people and the country and you may even come out a better person.

    • Some comments don’t even deserve a response…however…I’m in a generous mood today.

      Guess this must have touched a nerve…

      There is nothing wrong with a man sleeping with a woman who is 18 years of age or older. This article is designed so men do not make the mistake of going younger.

      Enjoy 🙂

  • Dan says:

    Great advice!

    Japan also confuses me – apparently lots of 20 something women like to wear fake school uniforms. It’s hard enough to age an Asian girl without this sort of complication.

  • Jake says:

    That is the best damn advice EVER. I can never tell a girls age and it kind of scares the shit out of me. Thanks. J

  • Adam says:

    Thank you for the help, I think I’ll first be a week in each place (bankok, koh samui and phuket) and I’ll see where I like best… Thank you for your help man!

  • Adam says:

    What about Phuket? The problem with Koh Samui is that you need to leave it each month and go out of the country to renew the visa, that makes Phuket much better because they have an airport… Is there a way to get a visa for a year/6 months?

    • Phuket is great, but doesn’t quite equal the island feel that Koh Samui offers. Both locations offer an international airport, however it’s cheaper and easier to fly out of Phuket than Koh Samui.

      You can book direct flights from Samui International Airport to Malaysia or Hong Kong. (A visa run from Koh Samui is one of the biggest downsides of the island.)

      Note, if you get a tourist visa, you only need to leave Thailand once every three months.

  • Adam says:

    Great advice, I’ll visit there soon, I’ll try to remember that “black = good and Blue = cops” (-:

    Btw – Im thinking about moving to Thailand for a couple of months, where would you recommend to live if not in Bangkok?

    • Thanks for the comment. That little advice can save you from quite a bit of trouble.

      If you are planning on moving to Thailand for a few months, I would recommend checking out Koh Samui and Chiang Mai. Koh Samui is great if you like the island lifestyle while Chiang Mai is a medium sized city with plenty of outdoor activities around.

      My top recommendation would be Koh Samui.

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