Posts Tagged ‘Soi 33’

Hookers Club Birthday Bash – 31/01/2012

Tuesday, January 31st, 2012

Hookers Club is located on Sukhumvit Soi 33 in the sub soi opposite Tenderloins. Inside Hookers Club it boasts a modern and stylish interior design. (more…)

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Fetish Festival Fever!

Friday, May 6th, 2011

Bangkok Fetish Club Hosts 8th Anniversary Party

Demonia is Bangkok’s longest established Fetish & Fantasy Club in Thailand. The infamous pleasure ‘n’ pain palace, celebrates its 8th Anniversary this weekend. (more…)

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Latest on Bangkok Music Station

Tuesday, May 3rd, 2011

It appears Tenderloins the long established great steak restaurant on Soi 33 will be moving from its current location and taking over the Music Station.  The manager told me they expect to move in the next month or so as soon as they have fitted out the new place.  We look forward to enjoying their infamous Aussie steaks at the new location.

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Tenderloins Soi 33

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Bangkok Fetish Club Party

Monday, May 2nd, 2011

Demonia Fetish Club celebrates its 8th Anniversary this coming weekend. I must say that 8 years in any business in Bangkok is an achievement. But to survive this many years in the niche market of fetish is something else.

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Bangkok Music Station Sold In Soi 33

Monday, April 11th, 2011

Music Station located in Sukhumvit Soi 33 in Bangkok has been sold. The former owner was keen to sell and almost snatched the buyers hand off, when offered a reasonable amount of cash.

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Japanese Bands Live At Music Station In Bangkok

Sunday, February 20th, 2011

Three all Japanese bands will be performing live at Music Station on Sukhumvit Soi 33 in Bangkok.  The special ‘Fujiyama Night’ will be held on Saturday, February 26th.

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Football Fever Kicks Off Again!

Friday, August 6th, 2010

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Following a disappointing FIFA World Cup (some poor football and appalling refereeing), I am sure many of you are ready for the most exciting football in the world. (more…)

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Thailand Tonight – Sep 16th, 2009

Wednesday, September 16th, 2009

NANA PLAZA – NEWS FROM THE NEON JUNGLE

There is a Birthday Bash at Pretty Lady Go-Go Bar this Friday, September 18th, for the manager Tukata. Pretty Lady offers a ‘free feeding frenzy’ and beers are only 100 baht all night. If you have lost your bearings, Pretty Lady is located on the ground level on the left-hand side, as you enter Nana Plaza. Apparently, there are also some exciting shows. You will be welcomed with open legs… Oops! I mean open arms. (more…)

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Live Music At The Penalty Spot Pub

Wednesday, January 28th, 2009
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LIVE MUSIC AT THE PENALTY SPOT

Conveniently situated just a few sois away from Soi Cowboy, you will find The Penalty Spot Pub. Located on Sukhumvit Soi 29, this sporty bar has ownership connections with Tilac Go-Go Bar in Soi Cowboy. Whether you are doing a Sukhumvit stroll from Soi 33 to Soi 23 or viceversa, Sukhumvit’s latest sports pub is a suitable place for a pit stop. Pleasant enough decor is inviting, as it is rather different to the norm. After drinking in pubs for over 30 years, it is encouraging to see something a little bit different. Footy fans can ‘catch the match’ with English Premier League Football being the main live TV event.  The English Premiership football is really getting into gear, with Manchester United going top of the table. Come on you Red Devils!

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Apart from several TV screens showing live sports, The Penalty Spot provides good live music entertainment on a nightly basis. Multi-talented singer and guitarist Richie Walker is the live music artist on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. Richie performs from 6:30pm until 9:00pm. Richie can sing a variety of songs ranging from the Bee Gees to The Beatles. Richie’s rendition of ‘Layla’ by Eric Clapton is particularly good. The alternative live music artist is Johnny ‘the one-man band’ who is something of a human jukebox. Although not in Richie’s league, Johnny has a vast repertoire of songs, all coming from a sound memory. Johnny performs on Sundays, Mondays and Tuesdays up until 9:00pm. A resident band play cover songs from around 9:00pm until late. Worth a visit if you are on a ‘booze cruise’ between Soi Cowboy and Soi 33. You don’t have to be a footy fan to hit The Penalty Spot! 

Something else? The Soi Cowboy Reviews Page and the Nana Plaza Reviews Page have been updated this week. Cheers!

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Daves Raves – Surveying Soi Cowboy

Sunday, July 27th, 2008

soi cowboy july 18 2008 002 - Daves Raves - Surveying Soi CowboyFriday, July 18th was Buddhist lent and therefore, Nana Plaza was closed. So, I decided to go out with Sanook Shaun to survey the nightlife scene in Bangkok. I soon discovered that most of the bars were indeed closed for Buddhist lent. I took a motorbike taxi from Ratchada to Soi Cowboy. The roads were very quiet for a Friday, so this gave me an indication of what to expect. I arrived outside Soi Cowboy in no time at all. There I was standing alone in the darkness, which was a strange feeling. But, the Go-Go Guru had no fear of the “pee lok” or Thai ghosts. Sanook Shaun was hoping to sit outside Tilac Bar, but the stools were sitting on top of the tables. Shaun had not arrived yet, so I thought I had better check what was open. I heard some noise, but alas it was only builders busily renovating a bar. The photo shows the only bright light in Soi Cowboy, amid the eerie darkness. The vast majority of Soi Cowboy looked like Little Las Vegas had suffered a blackout. Some bars had their doors open, but it was usually just a case of cleaners lurking in the shadows. A couple of bargirls invited me into Jungle Jim’s, but I declined. I didn’t fancy entering the jungle, because there was nothing going on inside this dark and dingy place. (more…)

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