Looking for an awesome Bachelor Party in Bangkok without having to hassle with door lines, security guards, cab drivers, or other troubles that can slow down the FUN on a night on the town.BBX are the pioneers of the Bangkok Bachelor Party industry and will be shown the best Bangkok Bachelor Party nightlife experience available.This is a Bachelor, Bucks or Stag Party, we will ensure all the attention is focused on the Groom to be as he enjoys his right of passage.Our Bangkok Nightlife Tours can be revised to your preference, our party team are at your service to create the ultimate Bangkok, Bachelor, Stag or Bucks Party. Party Model Guides will party at Levels Nightclub until close.This experience has a minimum age requirement of 20 years old due to nightclub policy. ID will be required on the night.
The idea of our tour is that you can immerse yourself in a typical cool night in the gay area of Bangkok, with the star queens of Drag Race Thailand, the famous asian version of RuPaul’s Drag Race! Discovering small bars and restaurants, drinking while watching drag queens performances and enjoying the trendy nightclub complex.Late night walk in the gay district, straight to the LGBT bars, with options for karaoke bars or drag queens performances. I will introduce guests to some of the country's most famous artists, participants in reality shows, like Drag Race Thailand.On the way to the nightclub street, take a look at the food cars and stalls that sell designer underwear at prices you have never seen.We will have a look at the Red Light District of Bangkok and then check the typical Night Market, if u want to do some shopping.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Santika Club fire occurred on January 1, 2009 (Thai report usually occurred on December 31, 2008) in the Santika Club nightclub in Watthana, Bangkok, Thailand near Thong Lo Road. 66 people were killed and 222 people were injured when fire broke out during the New Year's celebration while the band Burn were playing. The fire took place just after the new year in Thailand, at 12:35 a.m. 35 foreigners from Australia, Belgium, Canada, France, Finland, Japan, Nepal, the Netherlands, Singapore, South Korea, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the United States were among the injured.
When an activist priest meets a grisly death in his own cathedral, the crime has all the hallmarks of a routine Bangkok Park gang killing. The perp is a demented ex-FBI agent named Speer in search of the infamous O'Zebedee brothers who have been hijacking local radio airwaves with their subversive diatribe. Detective Hannah Shaw tracks Speer's enraged quest to Wireless, the retro-radio nightclub and epicentre of a diverse subculture. She must stop the defrocked Fed or fall prey to a campaign of censorship, violence and ultimately death.