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Note: This article is about the red district area and the Ping Pong show — Unsuitable for minors. The story starts with the Thailand dream! The idea is to explore Bangkok and afterward Phuket island. On the first days, we spend our time in Bangkok…One night we decide to visit the Patpong night market. The place is famous for fake brands on sale, especially bags, trainers, and watches. It is busy and chaotic every night! Except for the shopping stands, there are also go-go bars with dancing-girls, ladyboys and young kids which you can see behind the curtains and on some of them.
Moreover, the place is full of Ping Pong show bars. During our walk around the hundreds of shops, a guy approaches us and informs us that with Baht 2. We refused the offer and we walk away. The guy keeps following us and keeps insisting. We decide to go just for laugh. So now seemed as good a time as any to follow the guy and tell him that we will check it before sitting down for the show. Entering an underground bar we see a lot of foreign men and women and decide to stay just for a joke and curiosity.
Upon the arrival of the bar, we were in another world: Very dark lights, Ping pong show patpong big stage with 4 mild age women wearing only their minor underwear, and tables around. We made our seats at a table and order our drinks. In the beginning, it was just only dance and the women trying to attack the attention of the customers. In a short time, they start using their lower part of their body to either hold, ejector blow objects from their inner place. Except for ping-pong balls they use cigarettes, long strings, whistles, and darts.
On one side there were a few men looking with an amazing look really gross! We reach the cashier where a lady pass us the bill, Ping pong show patpong instead of Baht 2.
We tried to complain and they explained to us that there is an extra charge for each look, each chat if the laugh and the refusal of dancing on the stage, considered as a chat and each part of the show we saw. We try to make a scene and refuse to pay the money. There are no words for what the woman was screaming for. She starts yelling, we start shouting that they try to cheat on us…until we try to leave.
A huge manly man is on the exit door and I also noticed that on the back of the cashier there are a few dark rooms. We explain that we do not have much money… Just to note here that 70 euros in Thailand are such a huge amount of money.
We ran out of the bar, to be honest completely scared…. Who wants more trouble with Ping pong show patpong Bangkok mafia???? Not me!! Trembling and openly relieved from the shock, we smooth our concerns to the hundreds of shops around. Back to our hotel safe and in a good mood, we start joking about it.
In the next few days, we will be remembering the incident, start imitating the incident and the woman, and overall joke about it. They informed us that it is a common tourist scam around the night market which happens every day and sometimes can be really dangerous…Officially all these bars are illegal but are protected by the corrupted police system.
Back at home, I read various stories of Ping pong show patpong same ping pong show scams and robberies around that market. Well, I just wish we have carried out our research earlier and avoid that sleazy bar. Be aware…All these places are all over Thailand. You can end up paying way a lot of money!
It costs way a lot of money. This post is also available in:. Hello Joanna, thank you for your message. These shows are everywhere in Bangkok!!!! I love Thailand, but like all countries, there are def scams and some pretty dangerous places you Ping pong show patpong end up. Sometimes paying a bit and walking out is the best possible scenario. Thank you!!! I love Thailand we just never happened to hear about this scam before and we were toooo dangerously curious! I have heard about many that has experienced the same. I went once when I lived there back inas you, just to see what it was all about.
We did luckily get out without anyone trying to trick us, but things has obviously changed a lot since then. Hi dear, thanks for your message.
That is horrible!!! Not only your situation that you could Ping pong show patpong by paying more than you expected but still, seeing kids just there naked and ready to be God knows what is terrifying. Oh, then I misunderstood. I went to Thailand last and thankfully nothing like this happened! Your experience sounds quite scary. Hello Risma, Thank you for your comment.
Yeah we felt really happy when we got to the exit door!!!!! Pfff no way i will do it again!!! Ah that sounds super dodge! Thank you for the he up. Thank you so much for sharing this! Hello Chelsea, thanks for your message! Please do not! I really do not know what we were thinking the first time we went to that show. Damn head! Yeah, scams in Thailand are plentiful.
Sad they are allowed to continue. Hello Anna! Yes, I agree with your statement. Unfortunately, corruption is very obvious in Thailand. Glad you got out safely though! Thank you, Kavita for your message. Enjoy your vacations in Thailand and stay away from these bars! Believe it or not, a Ping pong show patpong attended something like this in NYC. I was shocked by what I was hearing. She mentioned one woman pushed a baby chick out of her body. Save my name,and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
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Interesting to read about!!! Hi Alyssa.
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