Following the order by the government this afternoon to close down entertainment venues across greater Bangkok, it will be lights out at chrome pole palaces in Nana Plaza, Soi Cowboy and Patpong until March 31.
Regular bars such as Big Dogs, K&S Bar and the Hillary Group bars will also be closed for the rest of the month too.
Staff have been sent home and told to await updates in what is a very fluid situation.
The move comes as the Thai government attempt to contain the spread of Covid-19. There are absolutely no grey areas in this directive and there will be no trying to game it in any way.
Girls At Wonderland Bars Soi 94 Hua Hin
Hua Hin upping their beer bar scene with a new setup at Soi 94.
Looks a little quiet as you’d expect and of course, right now sat in darkness due to the government order on entertainment venues but one for the book for the months ahead.
Saturday Night On Walking Street
See first hand what Walking Street looked like last night with this Japanese vlogger.
After watching you will soon realise it is not “business as usual” as many of the forum and Facebook fools would make out. These people are simply deluded.
Nana Plaza Closed Until April 19
Nana Plaza, The World’s Largest Adult Playground, will be closed from today (April 6) until April 19 on the orders of the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration.
The closure announced on Monday night comes after a meeting of the Communicable Disease Committee following the cluster of Covid infections from various nightspots in Thonglor and Ekkamai.
It was decided by officials that 196 entertainment venues in 3 districts – Khlong Toei, Wattana, and Bang Khae – were to be closed down temporarily as they are deemed high risk in a bid to prevent further infections.
The shutdown of the Plaza includes the beer bars out front on Soi 4 too.
This third closure couldn’t have come at a worse time as only last week visitor numbers to Nana Plaza were the highest since before the Covid situation started in Match 2020.