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  1. #40484
    Quote Originally Posted by Syzygies  [View Original Post]
    I don't normally hang out in Nana very late so can't say much for that, but certainly all the street food is available there in the normal part of the evening and up to bars closing time at least.

    Some of the very late night illegal cart alcohol and music bars are still operating but in lower numbers. Certainly they exist in smaller Sois and in Soi 23, 2 months ago for example. Have not checked the scene after closing time recently.

    I used to be a customer of Easy Cart Bar in Soi 21 till it and all the others there were swept out more than a year ago. Some cart bars have a lot of Lady boys. Others do not. One big problem was some girls of insufficient age. One of the girls from Easy Bar went to work in Cowboy 2 bar.

    The online guides to Bangkok Nightlife get out of date very quickly and of course are biased to interests of the writer. The ISG will give a wider set of view points for Mongers.
    Thanks Syzygies, much appreciated. I'm not too bothered if they have ladyboys or younger girls (well, I do care about that, but you get what I mean) as I won't be taking out from street bars. They were only ever convenient to break up walk to hotel, have a bit of food and continue to have a laugh on the way home.

    I've been finding that on the guides, some of them are out of date from knowledge I have from my last visit in October 2014! Some of better websites no longer exist at all. Long live ISG!

  2. #40483
    Quote Originally Posted by Muttley81  [View Original Post]
    Coming to Bangkok after a couple of years away and I've been reading some of online guides to Bangkok nightlife. They have said that in early 2017 all the late night street bars and food stalls have been closed down? Great shame if so, used to enjoy those places on walk home from Nana to the hotel if no girls were appealing or I was too tired from exploits earlier in the day.

    Anything replaced the bars, are there any late night places on walk between Nana and Soi 4?
    I don't normally hang out in Nana very late so can't say much for that, but certainly all the street food is available there in the normal part of the evening and up to bars closing time at least.

    Some of the very late night illegal cart alcohol and music bars are still operating but in lower numbers. Certainly they exist in smaller Sois and in Soi 23, 2 months ago for example. Have not checked the scene after closing time recently.

    I used to be a customer of Easy Cart Bar in Soi 21 till it and all the others there were swept out more than a year ago. Some cart bars have a lot of Lady boys. Others do not. One big problem was some girls of insufficient age. One of the girls from Easy Bar went to work in Cowboy 2 bar.

    The online guides to Bangkok Nightlife get out of date very quickly and of course are biased to interests of the writer. The ISG will give a wider set of view points for Mongers.

  3. #40482
    Quote Originally Posted by MumbaiGuy  [View Original Post]
    I have used this facility a few times and is really very fast. Takes just a couple of minutes. The line at the regular counters could be pretty frustrating especially when many flights from India, China etc. Land simultaneously. The extra 200 Baht is nothing compared to the torturous wait.
    Truer words have never been written. I use this facility without fail and the never ending queues at the regular VoA counters always leave me wondering why more people do not avail of this facility. Is it lack of awareness or just a matter of saving a couple of hundred THB? On the other hand, if everyone started using this facility, its very purpose would stand defeated IMHO.

  4. #40481
    Quote Originally Posted by AnonMous  [View Original Post]
    When you reach VoA area, there is a separate window / section towards the left hand side where express processing service is provided. Usually, there is also staff available there to assist you. All you have to do is ask. Even otherwise, there are signs placed to guide you. Hope this helps. Any other query, feel free to ask. Enjoy.
    I have used this facility a few times and is really very fast. Takes just a couple of minutes. The line at the regular counters could be pretty frustrating especially when many flights from India, China etc. Land simultaneously. The extra 200 Baht is nothing compared to the torturous wait.

  5. #40480

    Late night street bars closed?

    Coming to Bangkok after a couple of years away and I've been reading some of online guides to Bangkok nightlife. They have said that in early 2017 all the late night street bars and food stalls have been closed down? Great shame if so, used to enjoy those places on walk home from Nana to the hotel if no girls were appealing or I was too tired from exploits earlier in the day.

    Anything replaced the bars, are there any late night places on walk between Nana and Soi 4?

  6. #40479
    Quote Originally Posted by Allover  [View Original Post]
    I have heard of this or a similar service called Red Rope service. Have any of you guys experienced that? Years ago a guy on a Shanghai street keep bugging me to let him take me for red rope service or as he called it led lope.
    There is a place in Singapore, in Geylang, that specialized in the Red Rope.

    But not all girls do it well.

  7. #40478
    Quote Originally Posted by Allover  [View Original Post]
    My first visit to BKK was in 1997. At that time Grace was mainly a middle eastern hangout with ladies that appeal to those guys. By 2000 it was overwhelmingly middle eastern. My memory isn't what it used to be but that is what I recall. Thermae back then was the most interesting bar I ever visited. Some people likened it to the bizarre bar in the Star Wars movie.
    I think the whole disagreement can be explained by different people remembering different dates. As Betong said, originally there was minimal Middle Eastern presence and that grew. In 1991 (my first visit) I did not really think the place was unsuitable for me, except from point of view that too many girls were not skinny enough. My Farang buddy still loved the Grace at that time.

    In 1991 it seemed that the Grace and the Thermae were considered the big 2 coffee shops by some groups of Farangs

  8. #40477
    Quote Originally Posted by Betong  [View Original Post]
    Well I have some very clear memories of the Grace and can confirm what Red Kilt is telling you. From the time I first went, in 1979, though the early 1980's, the coffeeshop there catered almost entirely to farang. Not surprising, as there were few Middle Eastern tourists to Thailand then. I don't remember exactly when they started appearing in number but I do recall walking into the Grace one time, maybe late '80's or early '90's and being shocked at how totally the place had changed. Anyhow the place was great fun back then, bigger and livelier than the Thermae. Along with Safari on Patpong in the early '90's and Five Star in Soi Cowboy in the late '90's it still ranks among my favorite Bangkok nightspots ever.
    Appearing in number and being exclusively Middle Eastern, would seem to be two different things. A few of us that did go to the Grace almost 30 ears ago were not Middle Eastern and did not experience Middle Eastern problems.

  9. #40476
    Quote Originally Posted by Broxy  [View Original Post]
    Where do you pay 200 bhat for fast processing is it just another counter at visa on arrival section? Thanks.
    When you reach VoA area, there is a separate window / section towards the left hand side where express processing service is provided. Usually, there is also staff available there to assist you. All you have to do is ask. Even otherwise, there are signs placed to guide you. Hope this helps. Any other query, feel free to ask. Enjoy.

  10. #40475
    Quote Originally Posted by KilledSoul  [View Original Post]
    This is a requirement on the website, but I have never heard anyone being asked to show 10000 THB. Better to print your bank details and printout of the hotel booking and return ticket. They almost always asked me the hotel booking and return ticket.
    This has happened to a number of people recently.

  11. #40474

    Fast processing.

    Quote Originally Posted by AnonMous  [View Original Post]
    Apart from this, you can be asked to present your valid return ticket. Also, you can consider paying additional 200 THB for fast processing of your visa application. The process is a breeze, takes only a couple of minutes and, IMHO, is worth the paltry additional sum.
    Where do you pay 200 bhat for fast processing is it just another counter at visa on arrival section?

    Thanks.

  12. #40473
    Quote Originally Posted by Syzygies  [View Original Post]
    Sorry Red Kilt. Seems like you did not visit the Grace enough times to have clear memories
    Well I have some very clear memories of the Grace and can confirm what Red Kilt is telling you. From the time I first went, in 1979, though the early 1980's, the coffeeshop there catered almost entirely to farang. Not surprising, as there were few Middle Eastern tourists to Thailand then. I don't remember exactly when they started appearing in number but I do recall walking into the Grace one time, maybe late '80's or early '90's and being shocked at how totally the place had changed. Anyhow the place was great fun back then, bigger and livelier than the Thermae. Along with Safari on Patpong in the early '90's and Five Star in Soi Cowboy in the late '90's it still ranks among my favorite Bangkok nightspots ever.

  13. #40472
    Quote Originally Posted by Kerrstar  [View Original Post]
    Yes, plus they may also ask to see 10,000 baht in cash.
    Apart from this, you can be asked to present your valid return ticket. Also, you can consider paying additional 200 THB for fast processing of your visa application. The process is a breeze, takes only a couple of minutes and, IMHO, is worth the paltry additional sum.

  14. #40471

    Visa on Arrival.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kerrstar  [View Original Post]
    Yes, plus they may also ask to see 10,000 baht in cash.
    This is a requirement on the website, but I have never heard anyone being asked to show 10000 THB. Better to print your bank details and printout of the hotel booking and return ticket. They almost always asked me the hotel booking and return ticket.

  15. #40470
    Quote Originally Posted by ChristianG  [View Original Post]
    It's seems that the fee for VoA is 2000 baht http://www.thaiembassy.com/thailand/visa-on-arrival.php.
    Yes, plus they may also ask to see 10,000 baht in cash.

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