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Pattaya re-infested...

Shark A-GoGo reopens after lockdown

Link Here18th October 2020

Shark A-GoGo re-opened for the first time after coronavirus lockdown on the 18th October. The venue is located on Soi 15 near Walking Street.

The venue is part of the French group of GoGos and has adopted some of the dancers from other sister bars including Fahrenheit,



Updated Rock quieter and Serenity returns...

GoGos opening and closing

Link Here14th October 2020
Trading conditions are not good in Pattaya in post coronavirus lockdown times and it has been reportedt went Far East Rock 2 on Soi 13/2 (Soi Post Office) which went dark in early October.

Meanwhile Serenity A-GoGo on Soi Buakhao opened after the end of the coronavirus lockdown in July 2020 but closed again on 8th September 2020.

The bar is now set for another attempt. An announcement says that the GoGo will re-open under new management on 1st November 2020.


Update: Far East Rock continues

14th October 2020. Thanks to Ishi of

Far East Rock 2 opens nearly every day, (though there have been a few blank days).

Their opening time is from 3pm till 10pm but they sometimes close before 10pm.

Meanwhile Bachelor A-GoGo on Soi LK Metro has been opening daily since 12th October (prior to this the GoGo closed on Mondays).



Updated: Second Heaven...

Heaven Above returns as a gentlemen's club

Link Here13th October 2020
The long running and popular Heaven Above A-GoGo closed a few months ago on Soi Diamond. Now the GoGo's connections have created a new venue bearing the same name on Soi Boomerang off Soi  Buakhao (by Pattaya City Hospital).

Heaven Above now describes itself as a gentlemen's club, but Soi Boomerang is a new entertainment area that features bars that blur the line between gentlemen's clubs and GoGos. So it seems likely that Heaven Above will go with the GoGo trending flow.

Update: First night

13th October 2020. Thanks to Ishi of (Japanese language)

Heaven Above opened on 9th Oct. I saw topless dancers on the stage on the opening day, but nobody was on the stage on 11th Oct.



Lighter news...

Lighthouse A-GoGo re-opens on Walking Street

Link Here5th October 2020
Post lockdown opening doesn't seem to have worked out for Glass House A-GoGo and it re-closed on 27th September 2020.

There's been further reshuffling in the French Connection GoGos on Walking Street with Lighthouse A-GoGo re-opening on 2nd October. Bliss A-GoGo has ended it's partial weekend opening and is currently closed every day.

And in an update to previous news, it is Panda Club that is open on Walking Street, (the venue that was once better known as Tony's Disco). Panda A-GoGo has yet to re-open after the coronavirus lockdown.



Bearing up...

Panda A-GoGo is returning to Walking Street

Link Here29th September 2020
Panda A-GoGo on Walking Street is looking to re-opening.

Another famous name, Heaven Above A-GoGo , has announced that it will be re-opening at a new venue in Soi Boomerang. This is an up and coming bar area off Soi Buakhao near Pattaya City Hospital.

On the downside some popular bars are re-closing.

Pattaya Beer Garden re-opened after the end of the coronavirus lockdown but there were insufficient customers in town. The bar has therefore be closed from 29th September but will re-open once visitors return.

Pook Plaza is a beer bar complex on Soi Buakhao opposite Soi LK Metro. It re-opened after the end of lockdown but has now re-closed presumably in light of a limited customer base.



Sensational news...

Baccara and Sensations re-open on Walking Street

Link Here26th September 2020
Baccara A-GoGo has belatedly re-opened on Walking Street after being closed since the coronavirus lockdown began in March.

Similarly Sensations A-GoGo re-opened on 25th September too.

Sensations 2020



Lost Love...

Love 66 A-GoGo closes on Soi 6

Link Here25th September 2020

Love 66 A-GoGo is located on Soi 6 towards the Beach Road end.

The bar re-opened after the end of the coronavirus lockdown but this was not a success and the bar closed again on 23rd September 2020.




Yes Sir I can boogie...

Baccara is set to re-open

Link Here21st September 2020
Baccara on Walking Street is set to re-open on Friday 25th September after closing for the coronavirus lockdown in March 2020.

Stickman reports that the word is some of the loveliest ladies who danced there pre-Covid will be back.



Updated: Re-transitioning...

Baby Boom re-opened as a girls A-GoGo

Link Here18th September 2020
Baby Boom A-GoGo has long been a lady boy GoGo but now it has said that it would be converting to a GoGo with real ladies. It re-opened with girls on 10th September 2020.

The bar is located on Soi Boomerang which is off Soi Buakhao opposite Pattaya City Hospital. The soi has become a bit of hub as there are now several gentlemen's clubs open with Golden Time also offering GoGo dancing.

The GoGo has a happy hour from 6pm until 9pm and offers 2 for 1 on house spirits.



re-opened and re-closed...

Hollywood Disco closes due to lack of customers in town.

Link Here16th September 2020
Hollywood is long established disco now located on Soi Phet Trakun in North Pattaya.

The disco tried re-opening after the end of the coronavirus lockdown hoping for custom from Thais. However this did not prove successful and the disco will now close. The venue will continue to open its restaurant and karaoke rooms though.



Nice news...

So Nice A-GoGo is re-opening on Soi 13/1

Link Here14th September 2020
So Nice A-GoGo has announced that it will be re-opening after the coronavirus lockdown on 18th September 2020.

The bar is a very hands on venue on So 13/1 (Soi Yamato) but struggles to find enough attractive dancers.

Sister bar Big Hugs on the same soi is staying closed though and is now sporting a 'for rent' sign.



Serenity goes quiet...

Post lockdown Pattaya not working out

Link Here12th September 2020
Serenity A-GoGo is located on Soi Buakhao.

The bar opened after the end of the coronavirus lockdown in July 2020 but closed again on 8th September 2020.



End of the (yellow) line...

Famed Devil's Den closes on Soi LK Metro

Link Here8th September 2020
The Devil's Den has been a notable fixture of Soi LK Metro since 15th May 2009. It is famed as a bar specialising in a short time double helping of ladies, who often offer treble locations for pleasure seeking.

The bar has closed on Soi LK Metro noting that the rent commitments of the venue are not viable during the period of massively restricted tourism. The bar intends to re-open in a new location once tourists return to Pattaya.



4 more...

Club 4 gentlemen's club becomes an A-GoGo

Link Here6th September 2020
Club 4 has been open for some time as a gentlemen's club but has now converted to a GoGo.

The bar is located on Soi Bong Koch which is found by turning off 3rd road opposite the old XZyte Club not so far from Soi Chayapoon.

The bar has daily promotions such as 65 Baht beers on Mondays and free beers with lady drinks on Thursdays. It also offers regular 'chocolate shows' from 6pm.



Drink safe...

A coronavirus case in Bangkok prompts the authorities checking up on coronavirus safety measures in Pattaya bars

Link Here4th September 2020
Pattaya Police called 130 entertainment operators to a meeting at City Hall to make sure that they are still on guard against COVID 19. This comes the same day as what appears to be the first locally spread case in Thailand in 101 days was discovered.

Pattaya Police Chief Colonel Khemmarin Pitsamai said at the meeting:

We must strictly continue on the COVID- 19 precautions. After two months, we have found that most of our local entertainment operators have followed those measurements but not one hundred percent.

However, if any of them missed one of the precautions, we will verbally talk to them first. If they missed it for the second time we will take legal action which may include fines or other penalties.

The punishment for breaking the Emergency Decree is up to two years imprisonment and the fine is up to 40,000 baht. The punishment for breaking the disease control law under the Communicable Disease Act is imprisonment up to one year and fines up to 100,000 baht.

Measures discussed at the meeting were mostly familiar, wearing masks, using the Thai Chana application to check in, social distancing, limit the number of people at tables, midnight closures and other items.

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