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Steven
42 Cairns, Queensland, Australia
Seeking: Female 18 - 30
I'm 37, I'm financially stable and have a great job that pays very well. I'm also a single father. My daughter is 9 years of age. The mother is not a good person and I take care of my child now. I've never been married. Although I'm a little older I'm very young at heart. In fact I find girls aged over 30 too old for me. I'm professional at work, but in my home life I like to be young and have fun. I never had my first girlfriend until I was 26, I chose to focus on my career before meeting girls. I've also struggled with my weight. I was on Australia's TV series biggest loser in 2008, but put all my weight on. Last year I weighed 200kg. It was very scary for me so I dedicated a whole year losing weight and training. I have now lost 75kg and feeling much better in my life. I'm a great father, I care and love my daughter so very much. I have to ensure the person I chose in my life, not only suits me, but is also good with her. I don't need a mother for my daughter, but I ask only that person would be my daughters friend and respect her, and if needed be a role model to my daughter. I'm serious in finding love. I've been hurt many times, in fact 3 girls I've been with have cheated on me. My relationships I've had 5 partners in my life. 2 from Australia and they were the longest, and the remaining 3 were girls I met online. I've been to Thailand 2 times staying in Bangkok (Bang Rak) and Chiang Mai. 3 times in total now. I'm attracted to Thai women. I like their closeness to family and the connection they have. I like how they care for their partners and how they know how to make love work. Australian girls are the opposite and that's why they don't suit me. If we work out I need constant communication to be able to build trust. And it would be good if you have a smartphone with data load and chat apps installed. It will be very hard to chat to you if you only get online occasionally via say an Internet cafe. - please don't contact if not serious - please don't contact me if fake profile (you're just wasting my time) - please don't contact me if you have children - please don't contact me if you are older than 32 - must have a job or financially stable - must be open to western culture.
Jack
56 Perth, Western Australia, Australia
Seeking: Female 18 - 45
Kevin
53 Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Seeking: Female 21 - 35
Its complex, let chat about it. Also, I really don't have many good photos of myself, but I'll work on it if you really want me to. Happy to cam for you to get a good look at me, even if you don't have a webcam yourself (yet). Webcam = trust, so its important that we work that out as early as possible. Please don't take this the wrong way, but I pretty much delete any emails or interests that are not even close to what I'm looking for. Please have a read of my profile and make sure we're at least a little mutually compatible before sending interest or email - it will save us both a lot of time. Thank you Ok, so I try to be honest and appreciate honesty in others. From my experience every relationship starts, is sustained, and/or ends around honesty and the integrity and trust that flows from being genuine with people. Of course, honesty must be tempered with kindness, so simply being overly direct is not the kind of honesty I'm interested in. Directness is being honest about how you perceive the world and others in it and having little care for whether others share or care about your perceptions. I'm interested in honesty that starts with being honest with ourselves, being truly self-analytical and self-critical without self-loathing, accepting who we are both as individuals and as a friend or partner and allowing that concept of self to flow generously and kindly into all parts of our lives. Its like if you had to write an essay on honesty for your kids to read every year on their birthday, but knew they were watching you every day of your life to see if you were truly serious about what you wrote. If you can't at least strive for that kind of honesty, then please block my profile right away. Oh boy, that was heavy. So I also like to be a bit goofy and have a laugh. My kids think I'm hilarious and we love to wrestle, jump on the trampoline, and 'scoot' around the neighbourhood together on our scooters and bikes (yes, i have my own cruiser model; yes, I'm a bit of a big kid sometimes). Currently their bellybuttons are the funniest most delicious things in the whole world - boy, I'm going to miss that when they've grown a bit. My friends and work mates seem to smile and laugh a fair bit when I'm around, which I generally take to be a good thing (could be fooling myself). I'm educated, employed at the executive level, and have never touched a drug without a prescription. I've worked full time since I was 19 and have had a job every day since then. I did my master's degree part-time on weekends and evenings. That was hard work but I wanted a degree on the wall to show the kids I'm serious about education. I'm pretty fit too but always find maintenance an uphill battle. In my previous military life, I have been to war, done peace keeping duties, rescued people lost at sea, and delivered medicine and food to refugee camps. I've traveled to places most people don't even know exist and done things some people can hardly imagine. For the last few years I have been in the business world and still travel extensively, mostly to Europe and North America. Combined with a pretty good education, I like to think this gives me a broad perspective on life... but who ever knows for sure. This is my 'contractual obligation' paragraph by the way - ladies just seem to want to know this stuff. Oh yeah, I also like great food, unpretentious wine in generous moderation, casual but elegant settings, and fun, sassy, but smart conversation. I look for relationships that celebrate all of these without pretense or unnecessary complications. Some things in life are just enjoyable and should just be enjoyed, don't you think? In pretty much chronological order, I'm looking for pleasant social encounters, dating, friendship, benefits, relationship, and maybe one day love. We can experiment with this order a little, but I'm pretty much taking my time. ;-)
Bubby
31 Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Seeking: Female 20 - 34
I'm a doctor from one of the busiest hospitals in Australia. I don't have the time to meet girls here. Weighing up my options with what I want to do with my life. I love Thailand and would love to work overseas. Watch me on youtube! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CBIi6-MfDmM My formal name is Pradeep, I was born in Sri Lanka, but migrated to Australia with my parents when I was 7 years old. I have an older brother who is a lawyer and now lives in Singapore. I got into medicine to become a psychiatrist, but fell in love with emergency because I am an all rounder. I now think that it suits my personality a lot better. I've only ever had one girlfriend, we went out for 3 years and broke up 5 months ago. I don't really have time to meet anyone because I work very hard. My hobbies include playing video games, gym and playing with the fire staff and poi (the stuff they do in Koh Samui). Of course I like normal things like eating, reading, learning new things and relaxing, but that goes without saying =P Oh, most importantly, it's doing everything in my power to improve myself. I think my best feature is I am very open minded, and I never judge a book by its cover. I am obviously intelligent and good looking (sort of haha), but I don't consider them my best features. Raising my kids the right way is probably the most important thing to me (apart from my job), and having a beautiful relationship with my partner is a pre-requisite for that. I think that comes from having the best dad in the world. Here you go, life story =P https://translate.google.com/ if you don't understand some of the things i say

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