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01 October 2015
William R.  Morledge

October's Nightlife News
Bangkok's Bars - 20 Years Ago  
A Smile in the Land of Smiles.
Ask Us:   Guest-friendly hotels?
Graffiti  -BKK's Midnite Vandals - #115

         How we wish we could have kicked off with "Pattaya's Golden Mile", but in reality, it isn't, quite.   The original Walking Street was the southern extension of Beach Road that started at South Pattaya Road and ended at Soi 16, and was almost exactly 500 meters long, or half a 'klick'.   Later, when they "re-did" walking street, they extended it down to just past the Siam Bayshore Hotel, bringing it to almost exactly 800 meters total length.   But having said that, it has more Nitespots than any mile of bars, discos, A Go-Go's, Clubs anywhere in the world.
The 'new' archway over the South Pattaya Rd
entrance to Walking Street.

         But should we even write about Walking Street?   We can't remember how many people have asked us (or how long ago they started asking) to do a write-up of Walking Street on the Midnight Hour.   And we have deliberated countless times... what could we add to the story that hasn't been covered ad nauseam by countless other websites?   So we combed the Web yet again, to see what was 'out there', and what was not.   And after long consideration, we decided we could, in fact, do a write up covering a short-list of general interest items not adequately covered, or not previously covered at all.   

The 'inclusive' Walking Street map.   While we show all the Nitespots, the map does not cover the southernmost section next to the Siam Bayshore Hotel (as at this writing, this area has not been populated by Nitespots.)

         First, there has never been a comprehensive map of Walking Street itself, inclusive of the bars, and the bars contiguous - which make up "the whole" of what is referred to as "Walking Street" today.   Secondly, there has never been a comprehensive history (even in 'thumbnail') of Walking Street.   Thirdly, (a factoidal of minutiae, we admit) - we are the first (we know of) to accurately describe the physical size of Walking Street - we have seen others' estimates of one kilometer and one mile, etc, so setting the record straight, and creating realistic expectations with future visitors seemed the appropriate way to go.   (See our lead paragraph).

A typical Walking Street street scene - Nitespots shoulder-to-shoulder.

         To put the Walking Street Nitescene in perspective, it is comprised of 110 bars, plus or minus, not including the several separate bar beer clusters under individual roofs.   And Walking Street is only a fraction of Pattaya's unparalleled Night Entertainment behemoth.   Take Soi Bua Khao - just one of many examples of other Pattaya Night Entertainment Areas : at 1.2 miles long, it is, however, not 'contiguous' enough to be considered a single Night Entertainment Area.   Soi Bua Khao, and adjoining sois, is so large, it contains other Night Entertainment Areas within (most notably L.K. Metro).   Woe be to the poor Nightlife blogger who tries to cover the entire Pattaya 'Scene'.   The only other Night Entertainment Area in Asia comparable to Walking Street in size and density of Night Entertainment Venues is in the Philippines.   Angeles City's Balibago area currently boasts 107 actual Nitespots (see <link>).   Note : we refer here to all of Fields Avenue and the small streets and lanes running from it - from the 21st Street continuation to the MacArthur Highway - which, together, are generally referred to by the nightcrawling masses as 'Angeles City'.

Walking Street's version of Insomnia is still going strong.

In The Beginning....
(A thumbnail history of Walking Street

         In the mid-1970's there were five Nitespots on that southernmost stretch of Beach Road.   (It was not yet called 'Walking Street'.)   Starting at the South Pattaya Road end, kitty-cornered from the original Dolf Riks restaurant, out over the water was the Fantasy Club - thought by many of Thailand's longtime expat residents to be the best Pattaya ever had, or ever will have.   (Nostalgia will do that to you....)   Further down, at the bend in the road, on the inland side of the street, across from where the giant, heavily 'bunting-ed' Po tree still exists (and where Dang's Hot Dog used to be) - were The Harbor Light, a single-shophouse A Go-Go, then Dino's (an A Go-Go & show bar), and then Hank's Hideaway, which was a dark, mysterious mix of A Go-Go girls, lounge and eats.   All the way down at the end of what would be today's Walking Street, also on the inland side, was Simon, a mostly-gay lounge.   That was it - those 5 Nitespots were the 'pioneers' of south South Pattaya - at least in the Night Entertainment sense....

         Those Nitespots were soon to be joined by the Marine Bar (today's Marine Disco) and the Sand Box - which was located closer to Dang's Hot Dog, and also over the water.    The Sand Box was similar in format to the Fantasy Club, but with the addition of lady boxing, and later, regular boxing 'shows'.   And from then on, things 'went viral' - new bars were, and still are coming on line in the area now known as Walking Street.

         Fast forward towards the new Millennium - the first Walking Street was just a matter of barricading off the roadway from 18:00 hours to 02:00 hours, and as mentioned above, extended only from South Pattaya Road down past the Nang Nual Restaurant to Soi 16.   Pattaya City, finally realizing they had a tourist gold mine on their hands, allowed for the extension of Walking Street to present-day proportions,   And at the same sweep of the brush, the archway at the South Pattaya Road entrance was replaced with a new, "better" one, while adding a second archway at the Siam Bayshore end.   They also tiled the street, making it more navigable for pedestrians, not to mention much more appealing.   Today's Walking Street hours of operation are still nominally from 18:00 to 02:00 hours (occasionally lasting later).   But a note of clarification : this is just the time the roadway is closed off to motor vehicles - that is to say, 'pedestrians only'.   This is not necessarily the operating hours of the individual Nitespots, some of which will open earlier, and/ or stay open later.

Walking Street's Muzzik Cafe and Lucifer Disko Tk.   Bangkok's Muzzik still rocks, however Patpong's Lucifer died on the vine some time ago.

         And now for a caveat, or two.   The making of the above Walking Street map may appear to have been a straightforward exercise, however it was anything but.   First on our list was to obtain a 'blank' map.   Thanks to Google Maps, we obtained a reliable starting point, which we took out on our initial verification survey.   We found a few errors and a few missing bits, which we added to our 'master map'.   Then came the surveys - impossible to complete in a single undertaking.   Over a period of time, we were able to complete the combined first draft (four separate surveys).   If nothing else, at that juncture we understood why it most likely had never been done before.   However, if we have learned anything in the last 23 years of map-making in the Night Entertainment environment, things change.   Further, there was a delay of some weeks from the time of the first survey until the map appeared here on the Midnight Hour website, so there may be cases of bars having closed, or new bars opening.   There may also be cases of bars being closed at the time of our survey of a particular 'quadrant', but were only temporarily so, and are now open, business as usual.   That's the nature of Thailand's Night Entertainment Areas, and the bigger an area, the more frequently these changes come to pass.   It is therefore statistically extremely likely that there will be some discrepancies on this map.   Nevertheless, the above map provides a good 'snapshot in time' of a heretofore relatively undefined Night Entertainment Area.   We anticipate re-surveying Walking Street this time next year, and we hope this map will provide the inspiration and source material to others, that they might update and disseminate their own maps.

This is Walking Street's version of Crazy House.

The Alcatraz is Walking Street's forerunner of
Nana Plaza's Jail Birdz.

The Happy A Go Go is one of Walking Street's
"Old Thai Hands" - ever popular.

While many believe this to be the Walking Street sign, it is, according to Internet sources, the sign for the Walking Street Discotheque.

The 'new' archway spanning the Southern end of Walking Street, just past the Siam Bayshore Hotel.


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How 'Guest-Friendly' is my hotel?


      I hope this email gets you.   I'm planning to visit Bangkok this December in one of the guest-friendly hotels.   My question is whether I can bring more than one guest in a day and if I can bring non-Thai guests with me.

      Looking forward to your reply.
Greetings, I.,

      First, guest-friendly hotels are not all the same; 'guest-friendly' is a generic term which, in the very general sense, means the registered guest can bring persons up to his room without paying (at least, not paying the hotel).   Guest-friendlys are the bridge between short-time & curtain hotels and the 4 & 5-star hotels.   The big chain 4 and 5-star hotels include as a service to paying guests, the 'service' of not being disturbed by outsiders.   

      Some guest-friendlies will allow guests into the registered person's room between certain hours of the day and night.   After which, the registered person will have to pay for the extra person (guest) at double occupancy rates.   Other hotels charge a single rate for a room, regardless of how many persons, (1,2, 3), but if extra bed(s) have to be brought in, then there will be an extra charge.   Different hotels have their own separate rules.   The onus is on the registered guest to find out in advance, or at check-in, what the hotel rules are for bringing in guests.   Failure to do so could prove embarrassing, inconvenient, and cost the registered guest extra money.

   There is a Thai law which requires hotels to register all guests - regardless of nationality, however this is not strictly enforced.   Often, instead of registering each guest, the hotel will require the guest to leave the ID card or passport at the reception desk while visiting.

      Having said that, in almost every instance, you may bring in as many guests as you please, however, you will be responsible for them while they are your guest.


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Let the October 2015 Follies begin...
BANKOK EYES' Expat Night Scene.
             The Kiss A Go-Go, closed last month when we passed by, was back to it's rock-'n-rolling ways this time around.   They've obviously shaken off whatever was ailing them - business as usual.

             The Den Gentlemen's Club is trying for a soft opening the first week into October.   And we bet you're going to like it, just you wait and see....   Located in the recently closed Lust digs.
Yes, this is the same 'The Den' as the one on Soi 12 Sukhumvit.
Yes, it is going to be the same format.
Yes, it will still have a shark tank with real sharks.
No, The Den on Soi 12 is not closing.

             News of the Tokyo Girls Collection is already 'out of the bag' -the 'hog is already out of the tunnel', therefore we shall so note herein this month (admittedly slightly belatedly).   It is located in the building facing Surawong Road which has entrances on both PPI and PPII.   The sign will fill you in....   Let the good times roll....

Where was this photo taken?

(Just kidding...)   This photo was taken upstairs in what will soon be a grand addition to the Black Pagoda.   And we know you're going to like it - the flora and fauna at the Black Pagoda, over time, has become - by far - the best in the Patpongs.   Say no more.....

- Thanks to 'D' - you know who you are....  
  PATPONG  2  

            Despite the frequent evening showers, Soi Cowboy was quite busy over the weekend.   - A pic for the archives.

             The 2nd floor Casanova was Nana Plaza's first katoey bar - still going strong.   Their recent remodeling of the fascia included a selection of Hindu deities.

            The P' Beer lounge in the Rajah Hotel compound has ripped out the front wall and transformed itself into the PP'Beer & Bar pool bar.   May they persevere.
  SOI   NANA   

            The i Darts Metal has changed it's modus operandi, no longer a darts bar, it has become a bed-and-breakfast.   As such, we will drop it from our Night Entertainment survey.   It was located at the old Big Mango location.
  SOI   NANA   

            Elegance Massage has opened up next door to the now defunct Naughty Girls.   Welcome them to the slippery slope...
  SOI   NANA   

            Renovations at the The Mexican appear on track for their 31 October opening.   Located in the Rajah Hotel compound.   Looking forward to tequilas and tex-mex....
  SOI   NANA   

            It looks like the Chawang Massage won't be coming out for the next round.   Hope they have better luck a little further on down the road a piece.   Located on the 2nd floor, Rajah Hotel outbuilding.
- File photo  
  SOI   NANA   

            It looks like the Swan Live Country Music won't be coming out for the next round.   They have been going downhill almost since they first opened (or more specifically, since Suzie left, leaving no one who knew how to manage the hostesses, who of course, departed shortly thereafter).   The area has been reabsorbed by Swan Bar Pool/ Snooker.   Once again, proving 'Management' can be it's own worst enemy....
- File photo  
  SOI   NANA   

            It looks like the Nana Hotel's frontispiece, the Golden Bar Beer is closing down as we go to press.   The Golden was not a hotel outlet, it was leased from the hotel.   Should there be any change, we shall duly report next round.
- File photo  
  SOI   NANA   

Door Art Of The Month

            The Tapas Room Club has redone their facade and lighting - first class.   Most pleasing on the eye.   A shoe-in for the Door Art of the Month nod.


            Last month we made mention of the Fork & Cork, the new adjunct to the Sphinx.   This month it looks like it is expanding - to include some new neon.   Let it roll....

            Likewise, Club 4 appears to be taking off (becoming more popular) - upstairs (2nd Floor) in the For Fun.      May they maintain the momentum....

            The L.L. Cafe has gone to the dogs.   Literally - for the last couple months, when we passed by the place was filled with half-breed Huskies and other canine monsters.   It has finally closed it's doors - not that anyone noticed.
- File photo  

   SOI  22
             The Ayaka Massage has sold out lock, stock and Tiger Balm to the Mo Na. 22 Thai Massage.   Located deep in Soi 22 near the New Cowboy Bar.   Welcome them to the Machine.
SOI  22 - (Sukhumvit)

             Gone, but not gone, the Hands Of Heaven Massage & Spa completed their renovations on schedule last month, and have come back with a vengeance.   Welcome them back to partytown.   Located in Soi Lemongrass (just past the renovating Queen's Park Plaza Hotel).
- File photo  
SOI  22 - (Sukhumvit)

               The Senses Spa has opened up on Floor 2 of the S 33 Compact Hotel.   May they continue to slip and slide.

               The [H] Massage has taken over the reins from the No. 1 Massage in Sub-Soi 4.   Welcome them to the Big Uneasy.


               Opening originally in Saigon, El Gaucho opened their first branch here in Bangkok on Soi 19, Sukhumvit.   Then they opened this branch on Soi Ambassador.   It is a steak house, to be sure (pricey but top quality), but later in the evenings, it has become a place for people to come for a quiet drink.   An Entertainment Venue?   Wait and see ... a revisit is in order.

                Climax Disco, located in the Ambassador Hotel basement (off of the car park) is one of the Soi's longer-surviving Nitespots.   Opens later in the evening, until.... even later.


               The Grace Massage has heard a higher calling - they have become a beauty shop.   Proof, if more proof were needed - the Nightscene is a high-stakes table.

- File photo        

               The Kawinya Massage has reopened in its same-same location - the Ambassador Hotel arcade.   Welcome back to the rough-and-tumble.
[No photo available.]

               No sooner had the Cockwell Inn bar beer closed down, the Simple Bar opened in it's place.   The prime agendum unchanged.   Welcome to the bright lights, big city.

               Status quo ante at the Rumours Bar, with the exception of some brand new neon.   Looking good.   Keep up the good works, ladies.

               Last month we noted the departure of the Angel's Kiss coyote bar (see file photo).   This month, in its place is the Five Star (no relation to Soi Cowboy's).   We'll try to get a decent pic or two for our next issue.   Wish them well as they throw their hat in the ring....

   SOI  EDEN  
            Last month, we also noted the demise of the Before After.   It was never to return, but in it's place is the brand new mini-bar B & A Bistro Bar.   Welcome them to the nightcircus - let's hope Fate deals them all aces and faces.
SOI  EDEN -  Soi  7/1 Sukhumvit

            A 'For-The-Archives' pic of the Maxis Bar & Restaurant, which has proven popular these last couple of years.


            No red-blooded all-American boy would miss the calling to announce the arrival of Bangkok's own Hooters.   Mid-pricey, not cheap, but one gets more than one's money's worth in the excellent food, drink and visual aids.   Located a stone's throw down Sukhumvit Soi 15.
SOI  15  Sukhumvit  Road



 20 YEARS AGO  :


With thanks to Cool Text -

Bangkok Eyes goes back in time to see
Who was new - And who was through
in the Expat Night Entertainment world.
How many of these old 'oases'
do you remember ?

Patpong I

    *  The 2nd floor Cicciolina Erotic Bar closed down, becoming P.P. Snooker.   It was located above today's Thigh Bar.   Today, there is an unnamed pay-for-show bar at that location.

    *  The Pussy Collections opened in the upstairs digs which was, up until the previous month, occupied by Dream Bar.   Located above today's Muzzik Cafe.   No Nitespot currently exists at that location.

Patpong 2

    *  The The Bua Luang Classical Dance (Ramwong) opened on the 2nd floor of the stairway opposite Foodland.   There is currently no Nitespot at that location.

    *  The (4th Floor) PP (Thai Traditional Massage) closed down.   There is currently no Nitespot at that location.

    *  Up on The Ramp, the Spanish Eyes Cocktail Lounge closed.   It would be a temporary closure, and would reopen soon after that.   Spanish Eyes is still there today.

    *  The Princess Castle closed down.   They were located next door to the Pink Panther.   Today those digs are occupied by Screw Boy.

Soi Cowboy

    *  The Surprise #9 A Go-Go Bar - Country 88 shortened it's name to just Country 88.   It was located where Spice Girls is today.

Nana Plaza

    *  Slitz !
(Hollywood Strip) became Nana Plaza's first ever 3rd Floor bar.   It was located where the now-closed Bubbles was.

    *  Rainbow Bar added a "New", becoming New Rainbow Bar.   It is still there today as Rainbow Bar.   Nana's other Rainbows (2, 3, 4) were to come later.

Soi Katoey (Silom Soi 4)

    *  Within the previous month, the previously unnamed The Blue Castle put up its sign, then immediately dropped its "Castle", becoming just The Blue.   It was located on the Silom Road side of Tapas Room Club.   There is no Nitespot at that location today

Buckskin Joe Village (~ October 1988 to October 2006)
(Also known -originally- as Tobacco Road or Soi Rot Fai or, 'The Tracks', and later as Machim [Thai] and Soi Zero)

    *  Bee Jay's took over the reins of Linda Bar, which closed down.

    *  Lucky Touch Bar reopened.   (Note: this was the time where the BMA and SRT moved Buckskin Joe Village away from the tracks and under the Expressway.   

    *  The Havana Restaurant & Karaoke closed.

    *  The Butterfly Bar closed - (it didn't move over from the railroad tracks to under the Expressway.)


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A tragic death

The single photo (inset) that brought home to the world the plight of migrants entering Europe also spawned the above graffiti - which immediately went viral on the Internet.   

         Oftentimes it takes but one photograph to awaken the world to the realities of an ongoing tragedy.   This photo of a drowned refugee boy was flashed around the world, causing an immediate global outpouring of sympathies, along with the widespread appreciation that the migrant problem Europe now faces is about real people facing real, life-threatening hardships.

         A Brazilian graffiti artist wasted no time throwing up a likeness of that photo, which, as quickly as the photograph itself, went viral.   The Portuguese language, 'Abandonados Paz' translates as, 'Peace Abandoned'.
Graphic excerpts from Internet are considered 'Fair Use' under copyright law.

Graffiti #827
No Problems
8 ft high x 8 ft

Graffiti #828
2-eyed 2-horned Purple People-Eater
8 ft high x 15 ft (both panels)

Graffiti #829
8 ft high x 22 ft

Graffiti #830
Here's Looking
6 ft high x 6 ft

Graffiti #831
Humpy Dumpy
6 ft high x 9 ft

Graffiti #832
Fluke Boy
8 ft high x 31 ft

Graffiti #833
6 ft high x 10 ft

Graffiti, Graffiti , and more Graffiti - Bangkok's original graffiti Site !

   The MIDNITE HOUR Graffiti Page is prepared by Staff Contributor "Boge" Hartman .

(Boge's photo, above, is not a graffiti per-se, although there are those who have insinuated....   
- Ed

   --- Datzit Fernow
William R. Morledge


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- 2015 -
01 JAN -    A Go-Go Bar Ratings
01 FEB -    Are Cops Gouging Nitelifers?
01 MAR -   Bad Company
01 APR -    LK Metro - Pattaya
01 MAY -    Soi 33 goes East
01 JUN -    Rachada Fades
01 JUL -    Freelancers
01 AUG -    Nana Plaza Map 2015
01 SEP -    Soi Nana Map 2015
01 OCT -    Walking Street - Pattaya

- 2014 -
01 JAN -   Bangkok's Got The Blues
01 FEB -   Soi 26 - Stayin' Alive
01 MAR -    Nightscene rues Mob
01 APR -    My Friend owns a Bar...
01 MAY -    Soi's 3, 5 and 7
01 JUN -    Curfew's Costly Cut
01 JUL -    Soi 13 Makes It's Move
01 AUG -    Pattaya Does The Twist
01 SEP -    Soi's 18 & 20 - Quieter is Better
01 OCT -    Soi's 10 & 14 - Lesser known Sois
01 NOV -    A Good Old Boy...
01 DEC -    Lang Suan & Sarasin

- 2013 -
01 JAN -    Not Fade Away - The Survivors
01 FEB -    Rare Old Photos
01 MAR -   Copa Reprise
01 APR -    Arise, Soi 22
01 MAY -    Where to Next ?
01 JUN -    Bangkok Noir
01 JUL -    MAPS - The Major Update
01 AUG -    Lamai Lamai Lamai
01 SEP -    Tim 'Wanchai' Young
01 OCT -    Soi Wall Street
01 NOV -    Little Thonglor - Soi 11
01 DEC -    Mississippi Queen

- 2012 -
01 JAN -    Mama-San
01 FEB -    Our 10th Anniversary Issue !
01 MAR -    How Gay Nana ?
01 APR -    Sukhumvit' Soi 23 - The Big Picture
01 MAY -    Khao San Road - Unique Bazaar
01 JUN -    Ekamai - It Used To Be Too Far
01 JUL -    Nightlife Pioneers
01 AUG -    The New Puritans
01 SEP -    Nana - On It's Own
01 OCT -    FAIL - War on Nitespot Drugs
01 NOV -    Patpong Unbroken
01 DEC -    Drugs & the Nightscene in History

- 2011 -
01 JAN -    Patpong's 'Glory Days'
01 FEB -    Nightlife In A Digital Age
01 MAR -    Co-Co Walk Plaza
01 APR -    Soi 33 Marches On
01 MAY -    Nightlife Permissiveness
01 JUN -    Ghosts of Nitelife Past
01 JUL -    STATE - The Cinema, Soi & Area
01 AUG -    Soi Darling
01 SEP -    Sri Nakarin South
01 OCT -    Soi 8 Reprise
01 NOV -    Floodless in Bangkok
01 DEC -    Soi Udomsuk

- 2010 -
01 JAN -    Street Bars II - The Triple-Dip
01 FEB -    Our Kind Of Art - II    - Chris Coles
01 MAR -    The Dead Artist Bars - Soi 33
01 APR -    "Soi Ginza" - Thaniya Road
01 MAY -    Night Scene Blues (Red Shirts 1)
01 JUN -    Nitespots Recover Slowly (Reds 2)
01 JUL -    World Cup Special
01 AUG -    Those Old Photos
01 SEP -    The German Invasion
01 OCT -    Racism & Prejudice
01 NOV -    Soi 11 Revisited
01 DEC -    Soi 22 Updater

- 2009 -
01 JAN -    The Santika Fire
01 FEB -    Salt & Pepper
01 MAR -    Nana Plaza - Update & Maps
01 APR -    Soi Nana Update
01 MAY -    The Nightscene & The Riots
01 JUN -    "19" Re-Focus
01 JUL -    Rain Dogs - The Underground
01 AUG -    Soi Thonglor - A bridge-too-far
01 SEP -    Ban Chang - Our Little Secret
01 OCT -    The "Ginza Effect'
01 NOV -    Royal City Avenue (RCA)
01 DEC -    Sutthisan & The Inthamara's

- 2008 -
01 JAN -    2007 - Looking Back
01 FEB -    Owning A Bar
01 MAR -    Expat's Bangkok
01 APR -    Nude Dancing
01 MAY -    After Midnite
01 JUN -    Night Scene In Flux
01 JUL -    Our Kind Of Art
01 AUG -    Trendy Plaza Reprise
01 SEP -    The Elephants Are ....Back
01 OCT -    Grand Prix Intro
01 NOV -    Grand Prix - Rick's Story
01 DEC -    "Old Bangkok Hand"

- 2007-
01 JAN -    Bombs Blast Bangkok
01 FEB -    Bangkok's Nightscene Websites
01 MAR -    Prasitipol Dance Bar To Fall
01 APR -    Soi 5 Neon Review
01 MAY -    A Go-Go Bangkok
01 JUN -    Arise ! Soi 11
01 JUL -    Anatomy Of A Bar Area
01 AUG -    Soi 26 - Too Far ?
01 SEP -    Chuwit Guilty
01 OCT -    Daytime Nana Plaza
01 NOV -    Cowboy - All Of It
01 DEC -    Another Nitespot Area Falls

- 2006 -
01 JAN -    Pattaya Ascending
01 FEB -    A Go-Go Then & Now
01 MAR -    ' Madrid '
01 APR -    White Heat
01 MAY -    Politics & Nightlife
01 JUN -    Fagin's Bratpack
01 JUL -    King Bhumipol's 60th Anniversary
01 AUG -    Soi 10 - The Final Shaft
01 SEP -    Pattaya's Soi Bua Khow
01 OCT -    Rachada's Other Face
01 NOV -    Soi 22s Other Bars
01 DEC -    Soi Eden Goes A Go-Go

- 2005 -
01 JAN -    Asoke Plaza Crushed
01 FEB -    The 'Nana Scene'
01 MAR -    Asoke Plaza Smashed Again
01 APR -    Sukhumvit 1 Plaza 'Arrives'
01 MAY -    Welcome 'Soi Eden'
01 JUN -    Bangkok's Bareback Riders
01 JUL -    Soi 22 - A Macro View
01 AUG -    Nana's Slide
01 SEP -    Cowboy Street Scene
01 OCT -    The Pattaya Run
01 NOV -    Soi 19 In Focus
01 DEC -    Bad Girls

- 2004 -
01 JAN -    Bangkok's Darkest Year
01 FEB -    Where Is Trink ?
01 MAR -    Soi 33 Just Won't Stop
01 APR -    Cracks In The Crackdown
01 MAY -    In The Zone
01 JUN -    "Night-Scene Jumbos
01 JUL -    Easy Square 'On The Map'
01 AUG -    Soi 1 Entertainment Plaza
01 SEP -    Khlong Toey Revisited
01 OCT -    Koh Samui's Night Scene
01 NOV -    Soi 1 Opens
01 DEC -    The Bangkok Pub Scene

- 2003 -
01 JAN -    Cowboy Crackdown
01 FEB -    Sukhumvit Square Smashed
01 MAR -    Soi 10 Survivors
01 APR -    War & The Night Scene
01 MAY -    Entertainment Blues
01 JUN -    '13 Night Market' Reborn
01 JUL -    Clinton Plaza Falls
01 AUG -    Soi 24 Nightscene Review
01 SEP -    Does Soi Nana Measure Up?
01 OCT -    Patpong - Legend & Myth
01 NOV -    Easy Square 'Launched'
01 DEC -    Soi Cowboy Urine-Swoop

- 2002 -
01 FEB -    January: Big Changes In Bar Scene
09 JUN -    Sukhumvit Square 'Explosion'

20 JUN -    Soi 22's Queen's Park Plaza
01 JUL -    Clinton Plaza - Already Dead?
01 AUG -    Bar Beers Now "Major Players"
16 AUG -    July: Bar Beers Gaining Ground
01 SEP -    A Go-Gos A-building
17 SEP -    Virtual Bars
01 OCT -    A History In The Making
01 NOV -    Pool Bars Come Of Age
01 DEC -    November's Night Follies
15 DEC -    Genesis: Sukhumvit's Night Scene
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20 NOV ( The Seminal Emails )

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