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Bangkok is a metropolis of sightseeing attractions by days, however, as night descends, this sprawling city takes a new look. The face of flashing lights and neon signs calling the visitors. Into the twilight zone that is Bangkok's entertainment industry. Although Bangkok has gained itself a reputation for its "nightlife" in term of iniquity, there is actually much more the night scene than meets the eye.

In term of family entertainment several restaurants offer a Thai set dinner accompanied by Thai Classical Dances

Thai Classical Dance

with exhibitions in the art of Thai Boxing, Sword fighting, Cock fighting etc. The night clubs feature live bands and international floor shows. For those who wish to dance, in-housed discotheques a part of most hotels.

Cocktail Lounges are a recent innovation to Bangkok's night activities. Gaining in popularity, these lounges operate, either by workmanship or on an open to all basis. Usually very sophisticated, they are ideal places for businessmen and their guests. Besides drinking and dancing, hostesses are also rewarded.

Night Clubs and Discos of international standards are situated in the majority of first class hotels in town, for the latter, there is generally a cover charge to include the first two drinks and door prices.

Bangkok after dark is an experience you surely won't forget. Don't hesitate to get out and hang around for yourselves. We wish enjoy, pleasant for all Bangkok's party.

Let us recommend: If you've just one night in Bangkok, we would like to introduce such a great place for you to SHAKE yourselves, come after us. SILOM (See Map) is a nice place for those who love to dress bizarre attires or over make-up cause this place has many lanes (actually we called "SOI" around Thailand) for something much more hip. 1st Soi is Silom Soi 2 for those whose homo-lovers gather round to drink into drunk and shout girlish loud along with some hard gay music. Next

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Silom Soi 4 is dedicated for international school youth residents, which is plenty of music rooms either dancing and smoking cigarette in the disco houses or sitting on comfortable sofa in front of passers by. This lane's almost mixed, but much more homophobia if you ain' t, should remind yourself walk down to Soi2, there are RAINBOW community. Silom has many street vendors for those whose selling thousands products dusk 'til dawn: antiques, ready clothes, DVDs, souvenirs, watches, home decorating accessories and so much more stuffs for you money-ing. All of them are located in lane named PATPONG 1 & 2. Let's go to be yourselves.

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