Tuesday, August 21, 2012
The infamous Nana Entertainment Plaza, a three story U-shaped structure crammed with flashing neon lights, go-go bars, cold beer, and beautiful young Thai girls.
If Nana Plaza had been in L.A., it would have been called a strip mall. On the other hand, if Nana Plaza had been in L.A., it would have been just another crummy collection of video rental stores, falafel stands, dry cleaners, tanning salons, frozen yogurt parlors, and discount luggage shops.
It would not have been, as it was in Bangkok, the world’s biggest cat house.
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Posted by ArtTv at 10:13 AM
Friday, August 17, 2012
Sunday, August 12, 2012
Bikinis handed out, bellies full and high on bottled confidence, the girls strut their stuff on stage as punters begin arriving. It's just another night at the office in Electric Blue GoGo Bar in Patpong.
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Posted by ArtTv at 4:36 PM
Sunday, August 05, 2012
When I started this website about Nana Plaza, and Soi Cowboy, Werewolf was always losing his wallet and cell phone, Bangkok Bad Boy was bringing dirty girls to short-time hotels and writing about it, Mango Sauce was talking about who-knows-what (I rarely understood what he was saying, but he had interesting stats.)
Pattaya Ghost was getting in trouble with bar owners for commenting about something or other that they didn't like.
Dean Barrett was either photographing a friend's wife upcountry (Fon), or hanging out with his favorite Coyote dancer (he even went to her university graduation,) or just getting wonderfully distracted by some gogo girl who walks by thinking he's too old and Dean thinks that she just hasn't realized their short-time love yet.
Elephants were seen at the entrance of Nana Plaza at night, or walking through Soi Cowboy looking for tourists to pay to feed the animals.
I never did really know if the blog Bangkok Girlfriend was written by a real Thai girl, or some white girl, or some white guy. The English was too good, talking about things that guys wanted to hear.
I've forgotten what twofatfarangs were writing about. The Big Mango Bar use to be inside Nana Plaza, before moving down into my old neighborhood on the sub-soi, and their blog had the address of 'Farang Speak 2 Much.' Hog's Breath was a neighborhood bar inside Nana Plaza for expats, until Spanky's took over the space.
Baron Bonk would write about what he saw when he made the rounds of the Bangkok clubs. No more.
Dave The Rave is still giving us updates on his blog and managing Angelwitch. Stickman is still doing his weekly column on his website with photos. (The Not Stickman anti-Stickman site came and went with some uproar.)
Bangkok Eyes is still going with its commentary and photos of entrance ways.
Many of the blogs about the nightlife of Bangkok are gone. We need more blogs to be written on this subject to provide a more rounded impression of the scene.
Does anyone know of any good blogs that are currently being written on the subject of the nightlife of Bangkok, Nana Entertainment Plaza, Soi Cowboy, and Pattaya? Let me know.
Posted by ArtTv at 9:26 PM
Soi Cowboy in Bangkok, Thailand was found closed for the Buddhist holidays recently by Stickman, who mentioned that Soi Cowboy was in complete darkness and unlike Sukhumvit soi 4, it didn't have anyone hanging around, looking lost, like what we found outside of Nana Entertainment Plaza.
Posted by ArtTv at 11:26 AM