Bangkok After Hours - eBook

Bangkok After Hours - eBook
One Man's Wild Erotic Adventures in the Red Light Districts of Bangkok, Pattaya & Asia After Hours.

Sunday, August 20, 2017

Scorebirds Hotel Bikini Contest Pool Party

Scorbirds Hotel Bikini Contest Pool Party.
Every Saturday in Angeles City, Philippines.


RIP Dad....

My dad passed away this morning at the age of 84.
Rest in peace dad and safe journeys ahead....

Bar Tip of the Day..


They say opposites attract. To put it to the test you should bar fine one tall girl and one short dancer and then ask them to perform a lesbian show for you back in your hotel room. Then see if they can stick together like magnets while in a 69 position!

Friday, August 18, 2017

Booze and Bikinis: Hotel owners charged for alcohol advertising in Facebook party video

Pattaya One News reports that a new floating hotel in Kanchanaburi decided to celebrate their grand opening with a six-hour bikini party that they transmitted over Facebook Live. The owners are now facing charges since alcohol was featured in the video and, in Thailand, alcohol advertising on the social media site is illegal. Yesterday, Kanchanaburi Police charged the owners for illegal alcohol advertising, reported Thai PBS.
The bikini video for the new raft house floating hotel, located near Srinagarind Dam, was called obscene by viewers. For the police, however, the bikini-clad crew, led by social media star and model Jessi Vard, wasn’t the issue. They were more concerned with the drinks in their hands.
Raft house owner Sakchai Udon, 49, and his daughter Nutchanat, 23, were charged with illegal advertising of alcohol. The charge is punishable by up to one year in jail and a fine as high as THB500,000.


Thursday, August 17, 2017

A New Hostel In Thailand Is Offering People A Night Behind Bars

Yahoo News: Sook Station is turning Bangkok's travellers into inmates for the night in a prison themed hostel. You get striped prison clothes and get to experience what it would be like to be an inmate. There are 9 jail cells including 2 set up for solitary confinement. There’s even a lights out curfew. Seriously! Your cost? 790 to 1,600 baht per night. Or you could just punch a bar bouncer in the nose and get a free night in a real jail cell courtesy of the Thai police. Medical expenses are extra of course. My only question is why would you book a room here people?


Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Phuket marine experts believe Japanese tourist bitten by Blacktip Reef Shark

The Phuket News reports that experts from the Marine Endangered Species Unit at the Phuket Marine Biology Centre (PMBC) are of the opinion that a Blacktip Reef Shark might have bitten a Japanese man’s foot while surfing at Kamala Beach today. One rescue worker said, “The male Japanese tourist was surfing 200 metres from the beach. He ran to the beach for help after he discovered that he had been bitten by an unknown marine creature. “We assisted him with first aid. He said he wanted to go to the hospital by himself,” the rescue worker added. A local resident said, “The wounds were similar to a barracuda bite. This kind of fish has sharp teeth. We have found that there are a lot of these fish around coral reefs near the shore.”

Commentary: Ouch! This doesn’t happen if you stick to the pool people!!!

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Over half of all CCTV cameras in Pattaya don’t work

Pattaya One News reports that after reports were leaked, the Pattaya City council has admitted that less than half of their CCTV cameras actually work. To solve the problem, they are asking private firms to install their own security cameras and systems to improve safety and efficiency. In total, there are said to be 2,112 cameras installed in various places since 2005. From that total, amazingly, only 900 are said to be actually working. Authorities are asking private sector companies and businesses to solve the matter themselves by installing their own security systems. Of the CCTV cameras that were privately owned by Pattaya businesses, an estimated 95% were said to be working to their full potential.
Commentary: I’m sure this is no big surprise to any expats that live in Pattaya or anyone that has visited!



Monday, August 14, 2017

Club XS Party - Angeles City - Friday August 18th...


Fire at the Legendary Iron Club Agogo on Walking Street..

Pattaya One News reports that in the aftermath of a fire breaking out at Iron Club Agogo in Walking Street, police have brought an air con technician in for questioning. Tourists looked on as three fire engines attended the smoldering scene the bar described online as one of the top clubs in the area famous for its “remarkable interactive shows”.
Borisut, 38, the air-con technician said he had been hired to clean and maintain the units at the bar. As he was attending to one unit he noticed a short circuit and fire at one deep in the bar.
The fire spread quickly throughout the venue and he tried to prevent any further damage by grabbing a nearby extinguisher. It was no use, however, at which point he ran outside signaling for help.
Emergency services were quickly onto the scene to get the blaze under control and police would later take the technician down to the station for further questioning.



Thai Police Robbed us” claim Belgian couple

Pattaya One News reports that a young couple from Belgium have gone on viral social media claiming that they were robbed by “Thai Police” whilst holidaying in Bangkok. Maxime Kempeneer and Noël Borgs, both 28, from Hove, have told local media how their dream trip to Thailand quickly turned into a nightmare following the robbery which is believed to have taken place last Thursday, 10 August. Maxime told AD how the couple had been backpacking around Thailand and were in Bangkok the day before they were due to fly home. Maxime said the robbery happened after her and Noel were surrounded by a group of men at a crossroads. The men then started pulling at the couple and led them away to an unidentified location.
It was here where Maxime says they were thrown into a dark room and surrounded by seven men. The men then said that the couple would be thrown in jail unless they paid them 40,000 baht. The couple explained that they did not have that kind of money and were held in the room for about an hour, only being released after handing over around 100 Euros. Maxime also said that the men gave back her necklace when she said told them it was not real gold. Maxime describe the incident as “terrible” and said that they were not robbed by criminals but by men claiming to be Bangkok police.
Commentary: I’d say it’s more likely they were scammed by thugs pretending to be police.


Sunday, August 13, 2017

Bangkok is officially world’s top city for weekend break

British newspaper The Daily Mirror reported that Bangkok was the cheapest city in the Post Office Travel Money’s Long-Haul City Costs Barometer for 2017.
Researchers looked at the price of 11 travel essentials, including food and drink, sightseeing, airport transfers and three nights’ accommodation. They then combined all the costs to create a total “basket price”, in order to determine which long-haul city actually offered the best value for money.
Thailand’s capital topped the list as the best value long-haul city, with a total basket price of 316.93 pounds (Bt13,700) almost 100 pounds less than runner-up Tokyo.
“There’s plenty to see and do in this vibrant city but if you’re only stopping for a long weekend then make sure to check out the awe-inspiring Grand Palace, a complex of breathtaking temples,” the report said.