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Nana Plaza GoGo Bars Name Changes

Thursday, July 24th, 2014

Over the past year or so several Nana Plaza gogo bars have changed names. This blog post lists the new bar names to help you find out where your favourite gogo bars are located. This will clear any confusion you may have.

TRUE OBSESSION NANA PLAZA2 - Nana Plaza GoGo Bars Name Changes

Located on the Middle Level next to Temptations was Fantasia, which changed ownership and has been renamed Hot Lips.

For many years the gogo bar next to Rainbow 4 on the Middle Level was known as G Spot, but it has been remodeled and renamed Candy Land.

On the Ground Level next to Rainbow 2 is the popular ladyboy bar Obsession, which has now been renamed True Obsession.

SUCKERS NANA PLAZA BANGKOK - Nana Plaza GoGo Bars Name Changes

As you enter Nana Plaza on the left side was Lollipop, which is now renamed Suckers. The next bar down from Suckers was Pretty Lady, but it has since been remodeled and renamed Spellbound. Next door to Spellbound the old Voodoo has had a slight name change to Hoodoo.

Cascade is the large ladyboy gogo bar on the Top Level and it was recently renamed Charades. Also on the Top Level, the gogo bar previously known as Las Vegas and Tokyo Player has changed names to Wild Thing.

CHARADES FORMERLY CASDCADE - Nana Plaza GoGo Bars Name Changes

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Thailand Tonight – 06/01/10

Wednesday, January 6th, 2010

SOI COWBOY – BACK TO BASICS

Hold tight riders!  I think it is time for a little nightseeing tour of the after dark scene in Bangkok.  And so, recently I visited Soi Cowboy… (more…)

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Thailand Tonight – Sep 23rd, 2009

Wednesday, September 23rd, 2009

NANA PLAZA – ENTER THE NEON JUNGLE

Recently, there is a noticeable increase in visitors to Nana Plaza and this past weekend saw some go-go bars packed to capacity with customers.  One reason is due to a five-day national holiday in Japan.  The three main Rainbow Bars, or ‘Jap Traps’ in Nana Plaza namely; Rainbow 1, Rainbow 2 and Rainbow 4 were brimming with Japanese customers.  I know I have a laugh at their expense, but the Japanese are usually no trouble at all as paying punters.  They never seem to complain, never get aggressive and rarely cause trouble.  In terms of behaviour and generosity, the Japanese are ideal customers for the go-go bars and not surprisingly, very popular with Thai bar girls.  (more…)

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