Slim - Flix, Bangkok

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    by zafilm
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    by Santini738
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    by Santini738 Updated Dec 11, 2007

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    Don’t be intimidated by the colossal size of this club on RCA.
    The sweeping white exterior is impressive and so is the room on the left (Flix) with a giant chandelier suspended from the ceiling.
    In keeping with the current trend of RCA, Flix/Slim consists of two major rooms: one side, Slim, playing the same old soundtrack heard in every other club in Bangkok (i.e commercial hip hop/R&B), and the other, Flix, spinning quite banging house tunes. Both spaces are definitely stylin’ with kick-arse sound systems. Weekend nights are packed out with a mostly youngish Thai crowd.
    The only drawback is the lack of a dance floor in Flix. Admission is free, but you must have ID.

    open : Daily 20:00 - 02:00

    Enterance Inside Inside Dj Cabin

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    Royal City Avenue (RCA): Great on the weekends

    by jpshanik Written Jun 19, 2007

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    A whole street of night life. How super. It really does have probably the 2 best non-expat clubs in Bangkok. You can go to Slims or Route 66. Mostly hiphop but really a pretty place to see and be seen if you're into that kind of stuff. Don't expect a dance floor. The Bangkok version is a club full of standing only tables where you stake your section of the table by ordering a bottle. Again, don't expect to dance, except in very close proximity to everyone else and their drinks. If you want to get a table, its easiest to have money and be willing to spend it. Otherwise, someone has to get there by about 9pm and sit and wait for 2 hours before it starts to get hopping. Went to slims with some friends and honestly, had a great time on a thursday night. Not too crowded but just enough. Ordered enough bottles to have 2 waiters serving and guarding our section of the room. Don't mean to be cocky American but sorry some of the other expats felt empowered to try and snake our table behind our backs and it was the only way to keep them in their place. Never had a problem with the locals which is why I sometimes prefer RCA to other places.

    Dress Code: Dress the way you want other to see you.

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    Royal City Avenue (RCA): Slim, Route 66

    by mojo1980 Written Dec 20, 2006

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    Visited these 2 places during my tour. What makes them unique is the live Thai band performance, which is catchy and electrifying.

    There are no entrance fees, so you can hope between the clubs. Drinks are cheap too. A Heineken costs 140 Baht!!!

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    SLIM ( Flix/Slim ): Most crowded on Fridays

    by beebah Written Sep 26, 2006

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    Devided in 2 sides. One side is "SLIM" (on your right) playing commercial hip hop/R&B (always packed) Other side is "Flix" playing electronica, House music sometimes features kick-ass bosanova jazzy house as well. Fridays are terrible coz it's really too crowded on SLIM side. But if you like to party with LOT of people this is a place for you. (Always still alright on FLIX side though.. some air to breath) Try to get there early to get a table.

    Beers cost 140 Baht, RTD drinks 120 Baht. No entry fee.

    Dress Code: No flip-flops for guys. Dress Smart for girls. Bring your ID (copy of a passport for foreigners) you must be over 20+

    Flix Dance Floor

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    SLIM: R&B + House Music

    by zafilm Written Sep 20, 2005

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    This club is cracking,happeing & loud!!. You may like it or not, but its really packed with youngest. Im almost get myself exhausted because of the crowd but the music keep on moving. Playing R&B/House Music daily. If you really a party freak, you might wanna check this place out....

    Dress Code: Casual.


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