Bangkok’s 3 Red Light Districts

Last updated: September 4th, 2016 | in Bangkok | Nightlife | Thai Girls

Bangkok has three foreigner-oriented red light districts: Soi Cowboy, Nana Plaza and Patpong. While 95% of the venues in all of these areas are go go bars, there are some characteristics that are unique to each of BKK’s three red light districts. The prices for drinks in the go go’s are in the 140-200 Baht …
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Top 3 Best Nightlife Areas in Bangkok

Last updated: October 12th, 2016 | in Bangkok | Nightlife

Anyone visiting or living in Bangkok comes at least for some part because of the happening nightlife. So if you are going for a trip to BKK or have been living here not too long and a bit overwhelmed by the range of places to hang out, here’s the top 3 best nightlife areas in …
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Bangkok Highlights

Last updated: July 28th, 2014 | in Bangkok | Traveling

Thailand’s hustling and bustling capital is like a giant Disneyland. There is so much to see and to do and even if you come visit here several times or live in Bangkok for long term there’s always something new you can discover. Good examples are the zoo and the two water and theme parks just …
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I don’t know any city in the world that offers so much fashion shops, markets, outlets and malls for low prices like Bangkok. And I’ve been to eight other capital cities in Southeast Asia.Bangkok has the reputation of the shopping paradise and similar to buying electronics in Bangkok it’s not always easy to know where …
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It’s no secret that the Thai lesbian scene is thriving and one phenomenon here in Thailand is that you see mostly Dee-Tom couples. Dee (Dîi / ดี้) is the Thai word for the hot chick with long hair and Tom (Tɔɔm / ทอม) her girlfriend that looks almost like a guy with her short hair and …
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Bangkok is the world’s unofficial skybar capital and even though the restaurant and bar at Baiyoke Tower II totally suck (old furniture and no outdoor seating) the viewing platform is definitely worth a visit. The 85 storey skyscraper is 304m high and if you included its antenna it comes to 328m which makes it not just …
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Bangkok is a true shopping paradise and it’s no different when it comes to all sorts of electronics. While there are countless of places in the big mango that sell everything from digital cameras, TVs to computer equipment there are three malls that offer the widest range and the cheapest electronic products not just in …
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How to Find an Apartment in Bangkok

Last updated: September 15th, 2016 | in Bangkok | Living

It’s no secret that Thailand’s capital is not just a place to start and end your island-hopping tour but a great place to stay long term, for studying, for working, for being retired, for whatever reason it brings more and more foreigners living in Bangkok. So the first step when moving to Bangkok is how …
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If this is your first time visiting Thailand or you have just forgot how to get from one of the two airports (Suvarnabhumi and Don Muang) to Bangkok’s city center then this post is going to help you out there. Note: I have made a similar post on how to get from Bangkok’s airports to …
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Is Khaosan Road Worth All The Hype?

Last updated: July 4th, 2016 | in Bangkok | Traveling

When I first visited Bangkok in 2009 I didn’t even think about a different place to stay than Khaosan Road. It seemed like all backpackers coming to Thailand’s capital were heading there first and my guidebook’s euphoric description of it as “one of the world’s most legendary streets” made me believe this was where I could …
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Suvarnabhumi / Don Muang Airport to Khaosan Road

Last updated: February 12th, 2017 | in Bangkok | Traveling

For many travelers and most of the backpackers there is no question where to stay on their trip to Bangkok: Infamous Khaosan Road. Even though it takes longer to get there than to BKK”s city center districts, Sukhumvit and Siam, it’s the legendary status that Khaosan has with it’s crazy nightlife and cheap accommodation. Now here …
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