Buying sex toys in Thailand

 I cannot find any shops in Phuket – or further afield in Thailand – that sell marital aids or sex toys. Are there any here? Or are such devices/shops illegal here? Am I allowed to buy them on the Internet and have them sent to me here?

Tanya Cheex, Phuket.

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Answered on August 20, 2019.
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Answered on September 9, 2019.
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It is illegal to open a sex shop in Phuket or anywhere else in Thailand. Such shops are not congruent with Thai morals or Thai law.

Pol Col Paween Pongsirin, Superintendent of Phuket City Police Station.

Answered on September 19, 2005.
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It is illegal to to buy or sell sex toys, or open a sex shop, in Thailand. It is also illegal to import such devices to Thailand. If you order sex toys on the Internet or have friends send them to you, and we discover them, we are required to confiscate them.

Sittisak Jai-Uae, Chief Inspector of Phuket Customs Office.

Answered on September 19, 2005.
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