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Nomads @ Soi 4

Music Bars & Music Pubs
Majority of guests: completely mixed
 
Nomads @ Soi 4
 (Branch of business: Music Bars & Music Pubs)
Address 106-108 Silom Soi 4
10500 Bangkok (กรุงเทพมหานคร)
Thailand
Phone:02 233 2813
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Until October 2009 it was Noriega's Bar, since re-opening on 9th December 2009 it's Nomads. The music policy is ‘anything goes’ and the club loves for passing musos to drop by unannounced and jam or give impromptu performances.
 
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