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Bangkok Bars Are Open Tonight

Sunday, December 5th, 2010

Today it is His Majesty the King of Thailand’s 83rd birthday.  This is a brief update to inform you that the beer bars, go-go bars, pubs and clubs will be open in Bangkok tonight (05/12/10).  Alcohol will be available, as it was last year.  However, there is not good news for Pattaya, as the police have issued ‘dry day’ papers for tonight.  This is a harsh blow for Pattaya, which is a holiday resort and therefore, relies solely upon tourist revenue.  Meanwhile, the masses party on in Bangkok.

UPDATE 06/12/10 – All bars serving booze and babes again!

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Halloween Weekend In Thailand

Friday, October 29th, 2010

This year Halloween falls on Sunday (31/10/10) which means that Thailand will be enjoying a weekend of scary fun.  It’s that time of year, when the big boys and girls dress up and come out to play.  We can forget all the doom and gloom going on in the world and enjoy ourselves.  Furthermore, for some harmless adult fun there’s nowhere better to enjoy Halloween than Thailand’s bars, pubs and clubs.  Angelwitch Go-Go Bars in Nana Plaza, Bangkok and Walking Street, Pattaya were both decorated ready for Halloween earlier this week.  With a name such as ‘Angelwitch’ it comes as no surprise that Angelwitch Go-Go Bars really go for it.  There will be special shows from Friday night until Monday night for the benefit of those who are flying in and out of Thailand on various days.  Don’t worry, you won’t miss any of the scary fun!

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HALLOWEEN PARTY IN ANGELWITCH GO-GO BARS

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Thai Troops Occupy Silom District

Tuesday, April 20th, 2010

BANGKOK 20/04/2010 – THAI TROOPS OCCUPY SILOM DISTRICT (more…)

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Thursday, May 8th, 2008

Later Closing Times Are Reinstated In Bangkok

AFTER DARK ASIAOnce again, later closing times have been reinstated across the nightspots in Bangkok.  While some people might not care either way, later closing times are essential for Bangkok’s nightlife industry.  Foreign visitors and expat residents alike want to go out and enjoy themselves.  Regarding the bar owners, less trading hours means considerably less takings.  It is no fun going along to your favourite bar only to see the boys in brown close it early.  Similar to any other country, the nightlife areas do not get going until later on in the evening.  Most people are looking to hit the town after their meal and some relaxation time.  We humans are such creatures of habit; we just won’t go out any earlier, no matter what time the bars close.  While Bangkok’s nightspots revert back to 2:00am closing, it’s evident that there is more on display in some of the go-go bars. (more…)

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Celebrating Songkran – Thai New Year

Monday, April 14th, 2008

AFTER DARK ASIA MAGAZINESawatdee Pee Mai Kap!  Or in English, Happy Thai New Year!  For those of you who are in Thailand, I sincerely hope that you are having a happy and a safe Songkran.  I say “safe” because every year hundreds of deaths and thousands of injuries are reported.  WATER WARFARE WARNING – Ensure that you are extra careful on the roads during the Songkran water festival.  Most of Thailand celebrate Songkran from April 13th – 15th, but in Pattaya it started yesterday and it will continue until next weekend.  I thought that I had better post this as a reminder.  So guys, be aware that the Pattaya “water war” will last until April 20th.  This year a lot of bargirls have gone home, leaving most go-go bars with fewer go-go dancers.  Even though it is Thai New Year, the closing times in Bangkok remain between 1:00am and 2:00am.  Down in Pattaya most of the go-go bars, pubs and clubs are closing late again.  Good news for the Pattaya party animals.  Party on!  The Thai authorities announced that LARGE water cannons would be outlawed.  However, although the supermarkets listened, there are plenty of big water guns for sale on the street.  You can put that down to the idiosyncrasy of “Amazing Thailand” I guess. I dared to venture out onto the streets of Bangkok this afternoon.  And, as per usual, it’s wild ‘n’ crazy out there folks!  When that ice water hits you and you get cologne powder in your eyes; now that’s a killer!

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ANGELWITCH GO-GO BAR WILL BE CLOSED ON APRIL 15th

To show respect to the staff in Angelwitch Go-Go Bar, the management have decided to close Angelwitch on April 15th.  It will just be for the one night to allow the Thai staff to enjoy Songkran.  Please note that Angelwitch in Nana Plaza will be closed tomorrow, but Angelwitch in Pattaya will be open.    

THAI SONGKRAN HISTORY AND TRADITION

BUDDHIST TEMPLES BANGKOKThe traditional Songkran water festival is a very elegant ceremony, which originated from ancient Siam.  The official Thai New Year is celebrated from April 13th – 15th.  Orchid flowers were placed into silver bowls containing special scented water.  Younger members of Thai families would gently sprinkle the Songkran water over their elder relative’s hands.  This special water was also gently poured onto the shoulder of an elder.  Your own body had to be thoroughly cleaned, along with your house.  You could call it “religious spring cleaning.”  Songkran in Thailand is not just a tradition of external cleansing, but also personal cleansing of the mind and spirit.  Buddha images are thoroughly washed and sprinkled with special scented water.  Flower garlands are hung around the necks of the Buddha images.  This is then followed by respectful prayers.  Throughout Thailand’s multitude of “wats” (Thai temples), you can here the humming tones of Thai people reciting Pali.  (Pali is the ancient scripture of Theravada Buddhism).

AFTER DARK ASIA MAGAZINE VOLUME 6

I have been informed that the newest edition of After Dark Asia magazine will be on sale just after Songkran.  Look out for After Dark Asia volume 6 on the newsstands throughout Bangkok and Pattaya.  After Dark Asia has established itself as Thailand’s top go-go girly magazine.  The photography is excellent.  A copy of After Dark Asia will set you back 150 Baht.  Check out the HOT go-go girls!

 

 

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Thailand Night Fever

Wednesday, March 26th, 2008

CELEBRATING ST. PATRICK’S DAY IN BANGKOK (PART TWO)

NANA PLAZA - BANGKOK - THAILAND 002In conclusion, Bully’s Pub has a relaxing atmosphere that appeals to many different types of people.  Bully’s attracts singles, couples and even families.  It is an ideal place to meet friends, unwind after a long day, and/or enjoy live sports on a large TV screen.  Bully’s Pub is a bit more upmarket than other pubs in the area.  The prices tend to be higher and you will pay government tax on all food and beverage items.  Just to let you know where you stand.  It was time to leave the cosy comfort of Bully’s Pub…

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