New Crackdown on Bars & GoGo Clubs in Pattaya

New Crackdown on Bars & GoGo Clubs in Pattaya

Authorities in Pattaya last week launched a new crackdown on the resort city’s vibrant nightlife scene. For the time being it appears that the opening of new GoGo bars has been temporarily prohibited.
Likewise, a new 3 a.m. curfew is in place for bars and entertainment venues on Walking Street, while venues on Soi 6 have been ordered by authorities not to open until 6 p.m.

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Silver Star A-GoGo Bars Raided on Pattaya Soi 7, Soi 8

Two GoGo bars on Soi 7 and Soi 8 were raided late Saturday night as police appear to be continuing some kind of selective crackdown on GoGo Bars and “lewd show entertainment” in an attempt to clean up Pattaya’s seedy image.

The raids on the two Silver Star A-GoGo’s which are virtually located just around the corner from Pattaya Police Station were allegedly inspired by “several reports that sex shows were being performed” at the venues. (Another possibility is certainly that the owners forgot to pay their tea money in time.)
They also came on the heels of a surprise visit by the Boys in Brown at the popular Windmill A-GoGo earlier this week, during which an elderly Briton was caught in the act with a “private dancer” in a short-time room on the premises.
So what dirty secrets behind closed doors did the police uncover on Soi 7 and Soi 8?

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Old Cheap Charlie Attacked by Bar Girl After Refusing to Pay Bar Bill

An elderly British couple in their Sixties were attacked by a bar girl on Soi 8 last night after they refused to pay their bar bill in full. Why they did so? Because the drinks in the beer bar weren’t quite as cheap as in 7-Eleven or Family Mart and the nutcases felt ripped off or something.
The incident happened at Patsy beer bar on Soi 8 off Pattaya Beach Road and left the 63-year-old husband with a nasty looking black eye and a cut to his forehead.
A video of the attack which shows the bar worker kicking and punching the elderly guy and even smashing her shoe over his head as she’s chasing the group of tourists down the Soi has been uploaded to the Internet and can be viewed here.

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Alcohol Ban on Makha Bucha Day, February 11, 2017

This year, the important Buddhist holiday of Makha Bucha falls on Monday, February 11. Since this is a national holiday, government offices including your local immigration bureau, banks and many other businesses would usually be closed for one day. With Makha Bucha falling on a Saturday, however, and government offices being closed anyway, Monday, February… Continue Reading

No New Year Countdown Party in South Pattaya, Fireworks Banned

Following the death of King Bhumibol in October it was expected that this year’s new year celebrations would be slightly subdued and more low-key than in previous years. This has now been confirmed. For example, there will be no organized countdown party and concert at South Pattaya’s Bali Hai Pier tonight as usual. Furthermore, fireworks… Continue Reading

Pattaya Nightlife to Resume As Normal Monday, November 14

The waiting has finally come to an end. After the Thai military government clarified earlier this month that the 30-day “entertainment ban” – announced shortly after the death of King Bhumibol in October – would not get extended after November 14, Pattaya nightlife will soon return to normal. Entertainment activities like parties and music that… Continue Reading

End of Buddhist Lent – Alcohol Ban on October 16, 2016

The important Buddhist holy day of Wan Ork Pansaa this year falls on Sunday, October 16. Wan Ork Pansaa, also known as the end of Buddhist Lent, is a national holiday, and many businesses will be closed for one day. As mandatory on the four most important Buddha days, alcohol sales will be banned nationwide… Continue Reading

Entertainment Activities to Go Back to Normal November 14 (Updated)

It’s been a sad day for the Thai people. Following the announcement of the death of King Bhumibol Thursday evening, Thais are mourning the tragic loss of their much revered monarch. Having reigned for 70 years, for most Thai people King Bhumibol is the only monarch they can remember in their lives and his death… Continue Reading

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