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Thailand Tonight – 01/04/2010

Thursday, April 1st, 2010

LATER CLOSING TIMES FOR SOME BANGKOK NIGHTCLUBS

Despite the Thai capital being quieter due to the ongoing political problems, it is still business as usual in Bangkok’s bars, pubs and clubs.  In fact, some bars and clubs have recently been granted later closing times.  This is good news for the nocturnal revellers who want to party on until the wee hours.  (more…)

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Thailand Tonight – 17/03/2010

Wednesday, March 17th, 2010

CELEBRATING ST. PATRICK’S DAY IN BANGKOK

finnegans irish pub logo small2 - Thailand Tonight - 17/03/2010Tonight the bars, especially the Irish Bars will celebrate St. Patrick’s Day right across Thailand.  With the amount of booze that will be consumed, Irish eyes will no doubt be shinning, as well as smiling!  Being the only traditional Irish Pub on Soi Nana, tonight Finnegan’s Pub hosts a special St. Patrick’s Day Party.  From 9:00 PM until late the talented musicians, ‘Collide’ will provide the live music entertainment.  Guinness is at the special price of ONLY 150 baht a pint, Jameson’s Irish Whisky is 2-4-1 all night, and Heineken pints are ONLY 125 baht.  During the party night Gerry is generously offering FREE Irish stew, FREE Green Jelly Bombers, FREE special shooters and Finnegan’s St. Patrick’s Day T shirts for bar bills over 500 baht.  Enjoy! (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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