Most sex toy are banned in Thailand. Not that I’ve ever heard of visiting bottoms having their holiday plans ruined by having their favorite dildo confiscated at the airport. But if your sex life revolves around having a hunk of plastic close at hand, you’re better off bringing your best buddy with you.
You may occasionally find a unique souvenir of the appropriate size for sale along Sukhumvit at night, but that all depends on whether you’ve timed your visit to coincide with one the government’s frequent crack downs. Not a big fan of fake peni myself, it’s always struck me that when you are in a town where the real thing can be bought or rented for a song there really is no need for a substitute. On the other hand, if you don’t mind a bit of wood in your woody, the local version of a dildo seems to pop up all over. To the point you have to wonder if Bangkok got its name because the locals seem to be so enthralled with cock.
The markets are filled with them, both those places geared toward locals and touri. You’ll find large ones at temples, all sizes, shapes, and colors at shrines, they are available in key ring size all over town just in case you need to carry a spare in your pants pocket, and if you hit one of the amulet markets in town you’d think that it is a must for every Thai household to have at least one dildo to honor and admire. Who knew Buddhists were so heavily into phallic worship?
This shot is from the Sunday Night Market in Chiang Mai. Each of these peni are lovingly hand carved by the artist, whose vision seems to encompass dick of all sizes, shapes, and proportions. Nice to see souvenirs that have been made by a local, and one of these might be the perfect reminder of your trip and of the guy you hired to help produce a real one.
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