Justin Bieber has arrived in Thailand

Justin Bieber has arrived in Thailand

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To the delight of his Thai fans, Justin Bieber has now landed in Thailand ahead of his concert on Thursday evening. Justin’s private jet landed at Don Mueang Airport in Bangkok at about 1:30 a.m. in the early hours of this morning. He was greeted by thousands of fans at the airport who had been there since the afternoon of the day before. Justin initially got into his car but then got out a few seconds later to greet his fans. He spent about ten minutes with the fans using their mobile phones to take pictures with them.

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Justin Bieber left the airport in a black BMW. For those playing the Thai lottery, his license plate was “ฉ 1303”. He is now staying at The Sukhothai Bangkok Hotel on South Sathorn in Silom district of Bangkok. He reportedly visited Sukhumwit 49 though it is not known what he did there or where else he went. Justin Bieber now has three full days in Thailand before his concert on Thursday. He then won’t be flying out until Saturday. I wonder what he will get up to during his week in Thailand.

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=96w5yboSUnU

RT @Thebeediix: ดูดิเขารักแฟนคลับมากแค่ไหน สื่อชอบทำร้ายเขา จัสติน บีเบอร์ http://pic.twitter.com/t8wLWKCoRY

RT @Mixzer_: รถ BM ฉ 1303 จะเป็นรถที่ จัสติน บีเบอร์ใช้นั่งไปยังที่พัก เริ่มสตาร์ทเครื่องแล้ว #WelcomeJustinToThailand http://t.co/wFTiZKh4MK

7 thoughts on “Justin Bieber has arrived in Thailand

  1. I think it was very good of him to spend time with his fans at the airport. So many famous people just let themselves be ushered from airport to car to hotel without ever bothering to give time for their fans. So, well done Justin.

    Now, Justin, if you could just come to Phuket, Bangla Road, and take a photograph with a Slow Loris, that would put the icing on the cake.

  2. My girlfriend went out there to met him so I’m glad he spent some time with his fans. Interesting to note that there were still 1800 tickets not sold a day ago and the dearest were 6500 baht, not cheap.

  3. I wouldn’t call it stalking. She’s quite religious and has lost both her parents and the song “pray” helped her a lot when she was struggling to put herself through university. She is Thai but Akha.
    We all have our foibles.

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