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Bangkok Cabaret Show
"Bangkok's Calypso cabaret has showcased the unique flair and astonishing beauty of these Thai performing artists since it was created more than 25 years ago. If you are seeking something beyond the mainstream then this cabaret show featuring talented transgender performers is your ticket!You'll be picked up from your hotel and transferred to the Calypso Theater to enjoy a colorful evening of cabaret Bangkok-style. With your choice of an early or late evening show settle in at your lamp-lit table for an outstanding presentation as the stage sparkles with lively music dance and entertainment. The cabaret opens with glittery evening gowns on display and includes acts from burlesque performers to the traditional dances of the geisha. Watch an Elvis impersonator with his ‘groupies’ listen to classic favorites of the old-time music hall and see the incredible Hollywood icon Marilyn Monroe come to life.When the curtain comes down
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Bangkok Calypso Cabaret
"If you’ve experienced the magic of Calypso Cabaret before you’ll be delighted to hear the show holds true to its 25-year-old tradition of providing first-grade family friendly cabaret entertainment with a unique Thai flair.The new Calypso Cabaret theater accommodates 480 guests and the restaurant offers traditional Thai dinners accompanied by a Khon dance show before the main entertainment begins.Itinerary 8pm Pickup from yo""Meet and greet the tour guide at your Hotel and transfer to the Calypso Cabaret. You’ll love every minute you spend in Calypso. On stage is a bevy of professional entertainers presenting artistic impersonations through songs and tales of love and adventurtitle=Highlights&1=Family+friendly&2=All+entrance+fees+included&3=Hotel+pickup+included""
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Calypso Cabaret Show Ticket
"Calypso lady Boy Cabaret Show has creatively performed so spectacular and wonderful shows that it is called “The Number one Lady-Boy Cabaret show of Bangkok.” It gives you one of the warmest welcomes you can find in the land of smiles and does in many ki there are over 1500 small boutique shops and so many restaurants and bar. You can enjoy nice dinner and shopping before and after of the show.You will enjoy a variety of performances from show tunes to Chinese love songs Korean pop and Japanese geisha dancing. There is something for everyone. Be amazed by the energy of the performers who dance their way through two shows a night.""""Calypso lady Boy Cabaret Show at New Theater in "" Asiatique The River Front"" This is Most famous and biggest show in Bangkok of The Beautiful Lady-Boy."
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Suan Lum Night Bazaar Tips (17)

Night Markets / Shopping: Suanlum-Night Bazaar

Opened every day 6pm to 12am. On our last day in Bangkok, we thought it might be a a good idea to check out the night bazaar. Most of the items sold here did not appeal to me. But I did buy some roasted coconut to take home and my boyfriend bought me a glycerine soap. The girl who sold us the soap was happy to make us a deal on 3 bars for 100 baht (US$3.00). She took the money and slapped the money onto all her inventory throughout her stall. We found it curious and she explained it was good luck for the evening since we were her first sale.

The food court area of the bazaar looked great but since we had ate at Safari Steak, we weren't too hungry once we found it.

Over all, it's worthwhile to see but don't expect to find some great stuff to buy.

Dress Code Casual

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Aug 22, 2014

Suan Lum Night Bazaar: Bazaar and Nightlife together!!

Suan Lum - Night Bazaar

Bazaar and Nightlife together!! An excellent place to be. Rock and pop music in a large place.

Name: Suan Lum
Attraction Type: Night Bazaar
Close to: Lumpini Park
How to go there: BTS Skytrain station: Sala Daeng after change to MRT (metro) and next station: Loumpini
City: Bangkok

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First Photo: Suan Lum Night Bazaar
Second photo: Suan Lum Night Bazaar
Third photo: Suan Lum Night Bazaar
Forth photo: Khmer monument in Night Bazaar
Fifth photo: Singers in Night bazaar

Jul 29, 2014

Suan Lum Night Bazaar: Watch your back at Night Bazaar

The Night Bazaar nowadays, is overrun with the Thai mafia who control the vendors and most of the products are bootleg. It's also not a very safe place for tourists. Most of the vendors at Night Bazaar are happy to cheat them and take their money. I recently know about an incident where a farang was attacked by 3 Thai people and physically assaulted. The police were summoned but did nothing to the perpetrators. Apparently Thai law does not protect victims of assault and assault and battery are not considered a crime in Thailand as in most other countries.

Also, most of the vendors at Night Bazaar are from another area of Bangkok called, Pot Pong, a very sleazy market of bootleg goods and very nasty Go Go bars. The sellers at Pot Pong are complete low-life and many farang have been assaulted and ripped-off there. To escape the bad reputation of Pot Pong, many of these vendors have moved to the Night Bazaar, and have brought their low-life habits with them, making the Night Bazaar an unpleasant, unsafe place - same as Pot Pong.

I'm speaking from experience as I have lived in Thailand for over 5 years and have been visiting for almost 20 years. In places like the Night Bazaar and other outdoor markets such as JJ (Jatujak), tourists need to careful with their valuables. There are many pickpocket gangs and many people who want to cheat tourists and do harm to them. Everyone who has not visited Thailand thinks that it is a peaceful Buddist country, but in some ways it's also like the wild west. Be careful and watch your back!

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Jan 09, 2010

Night Markets / Shopping: Suan Lum at nightime

Suan Lum perhaps the most luxurious (outdoor) market shopping experience in the Bangkok. Several bars along with Thai, Italian, German, and Mexican restaurants are within the market area, but away from the market's hustle-and-bustle.. On the other side of the market's temple walkway, lies a large outdoor beer garden, food court, and concert venue in one place, with assortment of inernational and Thai beers and foods, with international fare Beer and food are accompanied by live Thai cover bands performing the latest local and international hits on stage.

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Feb 04, 2008
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Suan Lum Night Bazaar: A nice night market for homewares & fashion

If you're looking for homewares and gifts this maybe a good night market for you to visit. It has a nice large outdoor food hall with live entertainment. It's also close to one of the Muay Thai boxing stadiums. These things sets it apart from the Patpong night market. It's a huge market with lots of choice. I have read online that the market was closed but it was definitely not closed when I visited during November 2007.

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Dec 11, 2007

Suan Lum Night Bazaar: Glamorous Night Market in bangkok!

Suan Lum could best be described as the VIP outdoor market of Bangkok (where you're always welcome, of course). Covered walkways with centrally-located snack bars provide perhaps the most luxurious (outdoor) market shopping experience in the city. Several bars along with Thai, Italian, German, and even Mexican restaurants are conveniently within the market area, close enough to analyze the crowd while enjoying a drink, yet away from the market's hustle-and-bustle. In the same area, dinner shows featuring classical Thai puppetry can be enjoyed at the famous Joe Louis Puppet Theatre.

On the other side of the market's curious Khmer-looking temple walkway, lies a large outdoor beer garden, food court, and concert venue all rolled into one. Here one can indulge in an assortment of inernational and Thai beers and foods, with international fare either Japanese (yakitori and Asahi) or German (sausage, Paulaner, etc). Beer and food are accompanied by live Thai cover bands performing the latest local and international hits on stage. Also, don't forget to check out the Big Wheel, 'La Roue de Paris' while you're there! And, after a few drinks with friends, head out to one of Silom's many nightclubs.

Dress Code Casual Wear.

Suan Lum has many of the same Thai trinkets and souvenirs you'll find in other of Bangkok's markets, but here under covered walkways and with a few bars, restaurants and a huge covered food court with live bands nightly. Well worth a wander. You can also enjoy live music or Thai comedies which are held in the entertainment hall of the Suan Lum night bazaar. The Bec Tero event hall can hold over 5000 visitors during the special shows and events and frequently is filled during these events.

Open: 6:00 pm- 12:00 am (every day)

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Oct 02, 2007

Suan Lum Night Bazaar: Worth Visiting but not for Great Bargains

Eventhought the night market has a wide variety of goods, the prices are not relatively cheap as compared to the malls in the central district. For example, a ladies handbag at the nightmarket was selling at ten times the price of those at MBK (for the exact same one..)

Prices are naturally jacked-up for tourists but why should you fall victim if another place is selling it cheaper.

It also has a large food court selling different cuisines out in the open space.

Dress Code Dress lightly since it can get stuffy.

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Jul 23, 2007

Suan Lum Night Bazaar: Suam Lum Ferris Wheel Rocks!!!

Suam Lum Night Mkt

- the ferris wheel is the main attraction here
- night market stuff are not as cheap as chatuchak
- the food ctr with a stage. u can catch the singer & 4 dancers with strutting goofy dancing, the food is nice!
- Nearest MRT Lumphini
- check out
- can still walk walk around, nothing special here.

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May 21, 2007


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Night Markets / Shopping: Suan Lom night market

The Suan Lom night market is one of the places to go to when in Bangkok. It opens around 7pm and closes at 12mn. Lots of things to buy but you need to bring out your talent in haggling. Make sure to haggle 50% from their price.

Dress Code Wear comfortable clothes. The area is not airconditioned.

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Feb 15, 2007

Suan Lum Night Bazaar: The Tank @ Suan Lum Night Bazaar

Lookin' for a chill night after a crazy evening? There's a place in Suan Lum Night Bazaar. Other than the beer garden at the front gate, I found "The Tank" a very good spot to drink it all up. This place isn't cool, hip or live music, no DJs, but it offers a wide-variety of food + draft beer (both Thai and int'l) a nice place to sit and talk after a long, hard day.

Nearby, there's a Coffee House "Doi Tung", Thai-grown coffee supported by Her Majesty the Queen. Also some handicrafts and souvenirs from the Northern part of Thailand for sales at the Mah-Fah-Luang Foundation.

Dress Code Casual

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Dec 29, 2006

Suan Lum Night Bazaar: Have a big big beer with your own tap

There is a beergarden inside Suam Lum Night Market. We had a lot of fun with our 2-litres beer (dont think we are heavy drinkers, its only that we were six people...) with a small tap attached to serve yourself the beer. It also includes a system to maintain the beer properly cool. The only inconvenience was that we only were offered very light snacks, but it was also our fault, because there are a lot of stalls around where you can buy many different kinds of food and take them to your table.
Hay una zona de cerveceria al aire libre dentro del Mercado Nocturno de Suam Lum. Nos divertimos mucho con nuestra cerveza de dos litros (no vayais a pensar que somos unos borrachuzos, es solo que eramos 6 personas) con un grifo pequenho para ir sirviendote tu mismo. Tambien incluye un sistema que mantiene la cerveza fresquita. El unico inconveniente fue que solo nos ofrecieron unos aperitivos muy ligeros, pero tambien fue culpa nuestra, porque hay un monton de puestos alrededor donde puedes comprar muchos tipos diferentes de comida y llevartelos a la mesa.

Dress Code Casual

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Nov 02, 2006

Night Markets / Shopping: Night market without the hassel .

Suan Lum is a great night market for all the family to potter around . Here you are left to browse round the units which are all divided into blocks...i.e , clothes , audio or local artifacts , etc. There aren't the go-go bars or thai girls vying for trade here so you are free to enjoy the market and and all the local goods on sale , unlike at Patpong which is in 2 streets full of go-go bars with men/women offering you the delights of the ping-pong/banana shows .
I went here with my husband and son and not once were we hasselled by traders , I would be more than happy to come here with a girlfriend and just enjoy the atmosphere of the place . Prices were excellent and I found some great bargains , didn't even have to barter too much as they started at reasonable prices anyhow .

Oct 27, 2006

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