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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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Sunday School At Nana Liquid Disco

Sunday, March 10th, 2013

Don’t Be Late For Sunday School! I am posting a reminder for Sunday School at Nana Liquid Disco that is now a weekly party night. I was just given a new poster, which is better than the other one.

Nana Liquid Disco is located opposite Nana Plaza inside the Nana Hotel. It is open nightly until 5:00 AM and there is NO COVER CHARGE before midnight.

Also, I have more good news, because FREE ENTRY FLYERS are available in Nana Plaza at Angelwitch, Billboard, Las Vegas, Lollipop, Hollywood Rock, DC 10, G Spot, Fantasia and Lone Star.

Nana Liquid Sunday School - Sunday School At Nana Liquid Disco

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Thailand Night Fever

Wednesday, July 16th, 2008

A GO-GO BAR FOR ALL SEASONS

AfterDarkAsiaMagazine01 - Thailand Night FeverOpening a successful go-go bar is a lot harder than it looks. Prior to establishing a successful go-go bar, there are inevitably some important factors to consider. Today, we will look at two of the most important aspects. Firstly, acquiring the right location is the first priority. The three L’s of marketing are; location, location, location. As long as you are in the heart of the action, people can find easily you. I always sigh with disappointment, when a go-go bar name card has a detailed map on the back. We don’t want to waste time doing a map orientation exercise! After establishing a prime location, probably the next consideration is the size and design. You might be surprised how many people overlook these things. I dare say some naïve newcomers think that they just have to open the doors and the customers will arrive in droves.  It is not that simple, as any go-go bar boss will tell you. Great care and consideration should be taken in deciding on the size of the go-go bar. If it is too tiny, you will never be driving around in a brand new Mercedes Benz in this lifetime! You just cannot generate enough profit to lead that kind of lifestyle. Besides that who enjoys being boxed in? Those poky places are only fun for those who like the hands-on approach. (Call me old fashioned, but I thought hanky-panky was for the privacy of the hotel room). I find that most Westerners like to have their own personal space. Lord forbid if anyone invades that personal space. Small bars usually make small profits. (more…)

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