Nightlife after the coup

Is this new administration bar friendly?

Bangkok’s nightlife has a new lease of life since the coup ended and now bars are staying open later.

It was a common enough experience in BKK before the coup, your just getting into your bottle of Johnny Black or Absolut when your told to drink up and go home by a lovely man in the worlds tightest police uniform. Luckily it seems our new caretakers of the democracy enjoy a little late night tipple and the general mood is that of a more relaxed, especially in the alleyways of Nana Plaza and Silom.

Any financial expert knows that keeping the drinkers drinking for longer is good for any economy (NYC has to be the leader in late night tipples!) and hopefully this is an indication of things to come?

Where are your favorite late night drinking spots?

1 Comment so far

  1. Korbua (unregistered) on October 6th, 2006 @ 2:49 pm

    Friendly gentlement in the world tighest police uniform! Cute! :)

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