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Night Clubs & Lounges
Majority of guests: gays/men
Very popular venue G-Bangkok
 (Branch of business: Night Clubs & Lounges)
Address 60/18-21 Silom Soi 2/1
10500 Bangkok (กรุงเทพมหานคร)
Phone: 02 632 8033
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Very popular after hour club. (ex G.O.D. - Guys on Display / GOD, ex Freeman)
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300 baths with 2 drinks but inside if you want drink a vodka you have to add 30 baths for 1 drink...never seen in thailand. I also underline the fact that they forget to give me back the change of 200 baths at the entrance...i had to go back to the cashier to bring back my money. The music inside is awfull. The drinks you dont feel the alcohol. Anyway my worst experience ever in a club. I prefer dj station the staff is cool and honest...the music is amazing and no need to pay more to get a loudly alcohol drink. Forget the G.O.D it s a shit !! Believe me !
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