Posts Tagged ‘Chinese New Year’

CHINESE NEW YEAR AT DEMONIA

Friday, February 27th, 2015

Whenever the fetish freaks talk about the kinky clubs in Bangkok, they often mention BarBar, which is situated in Patpong. However, the larger and longer established fetish club in Bangkok is in fact Demonia.

Located on Sukhumvit Soi 33 this spacious fetish club was where it all began.

On February 27th and 28th Demonia will celebrate Chinese New Year.

DEMONIA CHINESE NEW YEAR - CHINESE NEW YEAR AT DEMONIA

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Chinese New Year Party At The Strip GoGo Bar In Patpong Soi 2 Bangkok

Tuesday, January 28th, 2014

The Strip GoGo Bar located downtown in Patpong 2 are hosting a Chinese New Year Party. As usual The Strip will have a range of specials for you.

The Strip is located between Club Electric Blue and Barbar Fetish Club in the lane, which is situated adjacent to Patpong Night Market on the same side as Foodland Supermarket.

The Chinese New Year Party starts on January 30th and ends on February 1st.

The Strip Chinese New Year - Chinese New Year Party At The Strip GoGo Bar In Patpong Soi 2 Bangkok

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Chinese New Year In Bangkok

Sunday, January 22nd, 2012

Enter The Dragon! It is estimated that one third of Bangkokians are of Chinese origin. Therefore, Chinese New Year is quite special to a number of people who reside in the City Of Angels. In particular, Chinatown is very vibrant and lively during the Chinese New Year celebrations, with firecrackers, drums and ceremonial dragon dancers who proudly parade the busy streets. (more…)

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Pattaya Night Fever

Thursday, January 22nd, 2009

BANGKOK VS PATTAYA GO-GO DANCE CONTEST

Coyotees Go-Go Bar in Soi Marine Plaza are hosting a 3-Day Party coyotees go go bar pattaya 021 300x225 - Pattaya Night Feverthis weekend. The special 3-day event is scheduled on January 23rd, 24th and 25th. Note that 10 stunning Bangkok supermodels have been hired especially for a Bangkok VS Pattaya Go-Go Dance Bonanza. The 10 Bangkok supermodels are Thailand Penthouse magazine models and they will be available for ‘cash ‘n’ carry. The Go-Go Dance Contest will be held this Sunday, January 25th. I must stress that Coyotees Go-Go Dance Contests are very popular, so make sure that you get a good seat. My advice is to arrive no later than 10:00pm. Enjoy!

THE MOST POPULAR GO-GO BARS IN PATTAYA

happy go go bar - Pattaya Night FeverTo define what I mean by ‘popular’ for you, I have selected the go-go bars that attract the most customers and revenue. Currently, the top two  go-go bars in Pattaya are Angelwitch and Happy. However, in stark contrast some go-go bars in Pattaya are really struggling. The go-go girls in Pattaya are even more nomadic than normal. Some go-go dancers and showgirls are constantly seeking greener pastures. In certain go-go bars, the dolly birds are moving around so much it makes everybody dizzy! It is supposed to be high season, but I dare say that some go-go bars in Pattaya are already facing tough times. To end on a brighter note, it is a great time to visit Pattaya. The boy-to-girl ratio is very much in the favour of the lads. Happy hunting!

AFTER DARK ASIA PUBLICATIONS

after dark asia volume 92 - Pattaya Night Fever

Things seem to be going quite smoothly for the After Dark Asia team. The magazines are published on time and the quality just keeps getting better. The After Dark Asia 2009 Calendar has sold very well. (By the way, the 2009 calendar is still available). Although Pattaya go-go girls dominate the 2009 calendar, it does feature Bangkok go-go girls from Bacarra in Soi Cowboy, and Angelwitch in Nana Plaza. If you think all of the HOT Thai girls are in Pattaya, you had better think again! The main reason for a lack of Bangkok go-go girls in magazines, calendars and websites, is that they don’t want to lose their ‘sponsors,’ or their mobile money machines. Bangkok bar girls are much more professional than their Pattaya sisters. Now you know!

CHINESE NEW YEAR IN PATTAYA

Soon there will be dragons roaming along Walking Street and I’m not talking about nasty old women! Don’t be alarmed because it is Chinese New Year January 26-28th. During this period in Thailand, you will see plenty of ‘Jeen-Thai’ or ethnic Chinese-Thai people celebrate the ‘Year of the Ox.’ You will also see the dragon dance accompanied by clashing symbols and other musical instruments on Walking Street this Monday, January 26th. This is a good opportunity for photographers’ seeking Asian cultural snapshots. Enjoy!

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