Check Inn China Town

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

204-208 Charoenkrung Road Soi 14, Khet Samphantawongse,, Bangkok, 10100, Thailand
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Which is the best pingpong show to go to- proper-decent prices ?

by clairecsy partner and i will be going to Bangkok end of this month and we're wondering which would the best,proper ping pong show to go to, whereby the prices would be decent, inclusive of drinks, since it part of out itinerary.your replies will be very much appreciated..
thank you.

Re: Which is the best pingpong show to go to- proper-decent prices ?

by jojes

When you're in the Patpong area, you won't have to look for pin-pong-shows, they'll get offered to you until you don't know where to look for a spot without it.
They'll mostly offer "free entrance - drinks for 100 THB" (well, was 100 when we were there). When we wanted to pay for the drinks, they wanted to get 300 THB per person ("for drinks and entrance fee"). Most people don't want the hassle and pay what they ask you, but since we were with a quite big group and some didn't want to pay that, they let us go for just the 100 THB for the drinks.

Re: Which is the best pingpong show to go to- proper-decent prices ?

by expatbangkok

Haven't been to one in more than 15 years. Someone will no doubt comment that any of the Kings group bars are ok, but I am not sure if Kings group do a ping pong show.
First time I went, to one of these shows, I was harassed into paying 1,000 baht extra. I came back with the tourist police and the guy returned the money. There are probably more interesting shows in Cowboy and Nana.

Re: Which is the best pingpong show to go to- proper-decent prices ?

by bkk_kd

proper? decent? well, perhaps it is a "got to see once in your life" thing. walk down Patpong I, the touts will find you. keep in mind that the deal you strike with the touts at the door (i.e., price for drinks and the show), is not necessarily what you'll be hit with upstairs. PS: don't let anyone place their drink glass on your table, because you might then be charged for their drink too.

Re: Which is the best pingpong show to go to- proper-decent prices ?

by clairecsy

thanks guys for the replies and advices..we'll just scout for one and go by our gut feeling.. :)..after all it will be a once off thing..plainly experience..

Re: Which is the best pingpong show to go to- proper-decent prices ?

by clairecsy

okay..perhaps at least the name of the outlet that you can recommended?..i mean since there are so many offers in pat pong.

Re: Which is the best pingpong show to go to- proper-decent prices ?

by jojes

Don't remember the name of the one we've been to ... was already in 2001 and haven't been to another at my other visits to Patpong night market.
Was also a "do it 1 time for the experience" thing !

Travel Tips for Bangkok


by fedecec

Bangkok offers all you can find in a westerner city, but here all is surrounded by the typical thai (and oriental too) atmosphere: peaceful people with their hand holds to help you and a honest smile on their mouth. I saw people with unlucky life smile and laugh; not like us. Sometimes we are rabid with all the World only for stupid things going wrong! Thailand is also called "LAND OF SMILE" and this is the right nickname for this fantastic country. Thais smile a lot, be like them and you will have a very great time there.

Year Round Bangkok Weather!

by machomikemd

Bangkok can be hot and humid throughout the year, with temperatures often reaching 35°C (95°F). The best time to visit is between November and February as April is generally the hottest month and October the wettest.

The Thais often say: We have only two seasons, hot and hotter. This is true as far as it's never cold in Thailand. Officially however there are three seasons:
Cool (from November to February) with temperatures in the mid twenties to thirties (Celsius).
Hot (from March to May) with temperatures always above 30 and often around 40.
Rainy (from June to October) with temperatures in the mid twenties and regular tropical rain and thunder showers.
In Bangkok and the South of Thailand it is never cold but in the North temperatures can come close to 0 during the night in the cool season.

Muang Boran ~ The Sanphet Prasat Palace Singha

by Audrey118

Singha - most people know it as a brand of popular Thai they even have Singha gold mainly for exports but in some restaurant they are serving it.

Singha anyway is a lion..but funny - it sometimes has wings as well!!!

Proud To Be Thai

by Meadows11

The Thai's generally seem to be very patriotic. They are also very proud of their monarch, and it is not at all uncommon to see photographs of the king in local homes or even in stores. You will see other examples of patriotism all over the city, and for example you will even have to stand for the national anthem prior to a cinema screening a film.

Packing List

by chngbw

Jus pack a small bag there because u can get really cheap luggage and bags over at BKK [MBK shopping ctr, Patpong or Chatuchak weekend market] to store all your shopping harvest! Pack a combination of bermudas and pants. If u intend to visit the Grand Palace, do dress appropriately. No shorts, short skirts, bermudas, fisherman's pants, sleeveless clingy tank tops/singlet. Otherwise u'll hafta rent a pants or a long skirt at the entrance. Bring anti-diarrhoea tablets and lotsa tissue papers. Very few places sell lithium batteries. A roll of film sold at tourist spots cost about 50B more than those sold in the shopping centres. Sunglasses is recommended for there are not many shady places along the streets during the day. I personally don't believe in getting counterfeit sunglasses as the UV quality of the lens is often questionable. So try to get a sunglasses in your home country before going there for imported stuff in Thailand is much more expensive!!


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Address: 204-208 Charoenkrung Road Soi 14, Khet Samphantawongse,, Bangkok, 10100, Thailand