Princess Sirindhorn in Cambodia

When Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn arrives in Ratanakkiri province for the start of 3 day visit to Cambodia on Monday, she will enjoy the comfort and privacy of a luxurious freestanding bathroom built for her on the shore of a popular lake at a cost of more than $40,000( 1.5 million baht ).

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That money can feed how many poor kids in Cambodia!

Thai-KidsPoor-CambodiaThe “Self Sufficient” Thai Royals Mumbo Jumbo in action! You can build a nice house with that amount of money in Cambodia or feed so many poor hungry kids! Money well spent!

Oh My Budhha, that shit hole costed $40,000. Maybe $400 and $36,600 to the Corrupted Elite!
Oh My Budhha, that shit hole costed $40,000. Maybe $400 and $36,600 to the Corrupted Elite!

Construction of the 8-square-meter outhouse overlooking Yeak Lom Lake on the outskirts of Banlung City was carried out by the Siam Cement Group (SCG) at the request of the princess and took 19 days.

“This toilet was constructed for the Thai princess’ use. When the princess has finished with it, they will take the toilet equipment back to Thailand, but the princess will leave the building for Cambodia.

It’s understood. “Tha Big Royal Ass” used that Toilet. Can we leave the Toilet inside the building in Cambodia and make a Museum of that Royal bathroom and the Royal Toilet, to be visited by the Thai Royalists. 

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The Sad Update

Thai Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn and Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen walk past honor guards upon her arrival at the Peace Palace in Phnom Penh on February 22, 2016

We hate to inform you that Princess Sirindhorn visit ( 2 damn hours) ended without her ever using that $40,000 Toilet, No Flushing. No Shit!

Buttt, the Princess did not even go inside the “Royal Mighty Toilet”. She just looked at it from outside and took some pictures. These are some Shitty Expensive Pictures! Wat a waste of money!

epa05176154 Thai Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn takes the pictures as she attends a wreath-laying ceremony at the Independence Monument in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, 23 February 2016. The Thai Princess is on an official visit to Cambodia to tighten ties and cooperation between the two countries. EPA/MAK REMISSA


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