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#1 MM

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Posted 23 May 2008 - 09:07 AM

Pattaya by night gogos with the agogo girls

Feels Like it’s 2001 All Over Again: The new central government headed by Smackhead the Denier seems to be doing the standard ‘new broom sweeps clean’ first 100-days in office job and towards the end of the first week of March despatched a posse of Bangkok peelers to restore law and order to the recalcitrant city of Muang Farang, otherwise better known as Pattaya. Armed with the usual serious scowls, the Bangkokians made a point of telling bar owners in Fun Town the official closing time for places of entertainment is 2:00AM, this being long-enshrined in legislation written on the kind of yellowed parchment that can be viewed under glass in reputable museums.
Apart from losing business due to election voting, pre-election voting and the usual religious days, the operators in Fun Town now have to deal with the bussed-in plod from the capital. On a recent Friday night the brown-shirted imports forced the closure of the Byblos (Soi Diamond), Rock Girls (Soi 15), and Top Girls (Soi 14) gogos, although in fairness this was probably on the grounds of good taste in all three cases, with the latter being one of the most revolting rip-off joints in all Fun Town.
Long-termers will well remember the early days of the Fearless Leader government when Interior Minister Purely Puritanical had places of entertainment closing at 1:00AM with the result that potential new visitors to the fleshpots of Pattaya and Bangkok were wondering whether it was worth coming over. Of course, as the den owners started reducing the monthly tea money to the local plod the financial imperative kicked in and the bars started not only going back towards 2:00AM and beyond closing hours but far more flesh was on show.

No Smoke, Clearer Air, Busy Bars: The official ban on the smoking of cigarettes inside air-conditioned boozers is being enforced in a fairly relaxed fashion at present, with the word on the street being that it will be more rigorously policed around about the start of May. Many bar owners worried this new measure would drive customers out of the bars, but my own empiric evidence suggests it has had little or no effect on visitor numbers.
The Diamond gogo (Soi Diamond) conducted its first in-house dance contest for 2008 on the Friday night prior to the bar closures for the Senate elections and although the place was almost empty at kick-off, within half an hour the joint was packed and owner Khun Tee reported a better-than-expected turnover. Diamond is one den that has banned smoking on its premises.
Heaven Above chrome pole palace (Soi Diamond) has a truly impressive line-up of dancing damsels and it too has banned smoking inside the den. it tends to attract an early and then a late crowd and on a recent mid-week visit it too was packed to the gunwales with happy imbibers revelling in a smoke-free environment.
Down in Soi 16, off Walking Street, the Club Boesche den, another place that tends to get busy later rather than earlier, has had a real dancing damsel staff turnover but despite this it now boasts more than 50 of the chrome pole molesters on its books. It too is operating under a smoke-free ruling and continues to attract plenty of custom.
These results are no real surprise. A smoker can puff away any old time; looking at attractive young ladies either dancing or simply shuffling around a raised stage wearing less clothes than they probably sleep in is not something a smoker can do any time he pleases.

The Beginning of the Clean Out? Although starry-eyed foreigners with more cash than practical knowledge are constantly opening or purchasing bars across the length and breadth of Fun Town, thereby leading to an entire sub-economic class, the reality is that current levels of competition are such that many joints are struggling. Now, as the so-called high season comes to an end, the bar closures are beginning, especially among the lesser performers on the gogo circuit.
Perhaps the most prominent closure is that of the Taboo chrome pole palace on Soi 16, a part of the Covent Garden Complex. This first started life as Babewatch, closed down, was sold, completely remodelled and came back as Taboo. Management ran a couple of good dance contests and there’s no doubt the place had potential. Unfortunately, the overall layout wasn’t as good as it might have been. The numbers of dancing damsels was never enough to make the den look busy. The overall quality was only average, although there were a few top-class chrome pole stylists operating out of the den at times. Another problem was the combination of chrome pole molesters with coyote-style dancers doesn’t really work. You can’t try and be all things to all people because you won’t attract sufficient punters. I’m sorry to see Taboo close as the people running it appeared a nice crew, although I think it may have suffered from sufficient knowledgeable hands-on expertise. No doubt someone will buy the place, as it is in a good location, and let’s hope the third reincarnation does well.
Magic Palace gogo, another large room situated underneath the Polo shows-r-us palace, has also closed its doors. It opened without much fanfare just a few short months ago and never garnered any sort of following or attracted much in the way of quality chrome pole pulchritude.
This appears to be one of those sites that for years has been akin to a black hole with hardly anyone making a success of a business venture. In the late 1990s it proved successful as the site of the original Tony’s late-night head bangers auditorium, but then failed when tried as a lounge-bar cum noshery called TW One, then as an gogo whose name escapes me at present, then as the Climax live-band auditorium and then Magic Palace. The location is good enough to attract custom, it just seems the right business has yet to hang out a shingle on the site.
The E Goth, or whatever strange name it had, other gogo in Soi BJ closed its doors a few weeks ago after never attracting much more than a flicker of interest from the average punter and word around the traps is that there may be a few more places just about ready to pull the electrical cord on the neon lighting and watch the ice cubes melt while looking for an interested buyer.

Blatant Free Plug: After what seems an eternity the fourth edition of Pattaya by Night magazine is finally available. As with the third edition, it runs to 56 pages, filled with glossy colour pictures of ladies of nocturnal habits and questionable morals who ply their trade from the very best dens in Fun Town. The layout has had a professional graphic artist do things to the pages which make this edition a real standout and the best so far. The price remains the same, at 150 baht, and it can be found at places such as DK Bookshop in Soi Post Office, DK Bookshop in Central Pattaya Road, Pattaya Beach Books on the Second Floor of Tops Supermarket, and a host of other outlets.
The front cover features a dancer from the long-established Diamond gogo (Soi Diamond). Inside the magazine are photo shoots from a number of gogo dance contests, anniversaries, parties, and a few posed shoots. I have no qualms in stating the 10 dens featured on the front cover as advertisers in the publication (all by invitation only) are among the very best places in Fun Town. Nine of them are on or about the environs of Walking Street, with only the Club Oasis chrome pole palace in Soi Buakhow from outside the recognised main nightlife centre of the city. Club Oasis just goes from strength to strength with some recent additions to the wallet-emptying stable being top-shelf as far as looks and youth are concerned.
Going through the advertising list alphabetically, Angelwitch (Soi 15) must rate as one of the most professional places in all of Fun Town. From 10:00pm onwards the choreographed shows are well worth a look, and most punters appreciate the fact that libations have to be expensive to cover the large salaries of the trained performers.
In the same soi, but very much at the other end of the scale is Baby Dolls. Here there is a good-priced happy hour and, in general, libations are reasonable for what is on offer. There are plenty of dancing damsels dressed in a fashion popular at naturist resorts while a number of props made of latex, plastic, and rubber are used to good effect.
Casino Club (Soi Diamond) held a couple of packed-out dance contests during the last year or so and these are the focus of the photo spreads in the magazine. An intimate style of coyote den it remains one of the most popular, especially after 11:00PM most nights.
Club Boesche (Soi 16, Covent Garden Complex) just gets better as time goes on. I remember not thinking much of the place in the first few weeks it was open, but as time has gone on the management have tweaked at the edges and honed their skills and now the den deserves to be placed on a regular visit list.
The Diamond gogo (Soi Diamond) runs a regular series of popular in-house dance contests throughout the year and these are well covered throughout Pattaya by Night. The place is usually packed out within an hour of a contest beginning and generally stays very busy until the end. Plans are under way for a Wet T-shirt contest sometime in April.
Heaven Above chrome pole palace (Soi Diamond) is easily the best ‘upstairs’ joint in Pattaya. A good management, plenty of dancing damsels, and a well thought out happy hour (between 8:00 and 10:00PM) just keeps punters coming back for more. One of my older mates considers Heaven Above to rank among his favourites in Fun Town, and considering he’s a ‘hard marker’ that’s high praise.
A completely different style of place is the Secrets coyote dancer boozer, noshery, and sleeping palace (Soi 14). Their website forum has a swathe of members and the joint itself is nicely-appointed, friendly, and relaxing.
Finally, both Super Baby and Super Girl chrome pole palaces are run by the same management and the faces on the doors have been there for so long they must have fantastic superannuation benefits being accrued. That factor alone should tell you the ownership clearly runs an employee-friendly operation. There are always upwards of 40 damsels in each den. Since a Jacuzzi was installed in Super Girl, the place, after going through a period of downturn, is now well and truly busy most nights.
What’s especially noticeable about all of the above-mentioned places is the quality of the management. Each and every place is run by a person, or persons, who know what they are doing and how it should be done. Each has its own managerial style, but all of them recognise that to stay ahead of their competition they have to constantly be thinking of ways to keep themselves in the forefront of what is becoming a tougher and more discerning marketplace.

Piece of Pith: It’s always darkest before dawn, so if you’re going to steal your neighbours’ newspaper, that’s the time to do it.
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Posted 02 June 2008 - 01:39 PM

Thanks for posting MM, enjoy the read :clueless
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Posted 05 April 2009 - 11:24 PM

I don't have permission to post a new topic in this forum, but here is a link to April09 Nightmarch, from the Pattaya Today Newspaper.
It's a good read for those who live here.


http://www.pattayato...i...ews&id=5445
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Posted 27 May 2009 - 09:34 AM

I don't have permission to post a new topic in this forum, but here is a link to 15May09 Nightmarch, from the Pattaya Today Newspaper.
It's a good read for those who live here.


Nightmarch 15th May

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Posted 18 March 2010 - 03:57 AM

The prior URL to get to Pattaya Today (http://www.pattayatoday.net/) seems to have been appropiated by someone selling things! So I cannot get to Nightmarch ... have to buy a paper today. Anybody sees a new address, please post it!
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Posted 19 March 2010 - 11:42 PM

The prior URL to get to Pattaya Today (http://www.pattayatoday.net/) seems to have been appropiated by someone selling things! So I cannot get to Nightmarch ... have to buy a paper today. Anybody sees a new address, please post it!

Maybe I'm misreading you but your link from post #3 worked to get me to the paper. Here's a link to March's Nightmarch: http://pattayatoday....es/night-march/

Ahh, I see your problem. Drop the "www."
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Posted 20 March 2010 - 12:25 AM

Maybe I'm misreading you but your link from post #3 worked to get me to the paper. Here's a link to March's Nightmarch: http://pattayatoday....es/night-march/

Ahh, I see your problem. Drop the "www."

That is odd, I am not being taken to Pattaya Today Newspaper by your link either.
My link used to work and I don't think the www is the ussue.
Perhaps my DNS? (DNS advantage)... although I get the same result with my default one, both Firefox and Explorer.
Again end up on a page of links starting..
Sponsored listings for Pattaya Work:
Methinks I am going via some Thailand filtering and redirection or goofed up proxy!??
Oops, no attachments here....I'll start a new topic in Technical Problems....

Edited by jacko, 20 March 2010 - 01:03 AM.

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Posted 20 March 2010 - 02:42 AM

That is odd, I am not being taken to Pattaya Today Newspaper by your link either.
My link used to work and I don't think the www is the ussue.
Perhaps my DNS? (DNS advantage)... although I get the same result with my default one, both Firefox and Explorer.
Again end up on a page of links starting..
Sponsored listings for Pattaya Work:
Methinks I am going via some Thailand filtering and redirection or goofed up proxy!??
Oops, no attachments here....I'll start a new topic in Technical Problems....

Weird.........I tried Firefox and IE and I get taken to what I assume is the link you mention in post #5. I used Netscape when I replied to you originally and was, and still am, able to get to the paper/nightmarch. So.....seems it may not be a Thailand thing.
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Posted 20 March 2010 - 03:07 AM

Weird.........I tried Firefox and IE and I get taken to what I assume is the link you mention in post #5. I used Netscape when I replied to you originally and was, and still am, able to get to the paper/nightmarch. So.....seems it may not be a Thailand thing.

I have put a pic of where I am directed to in the Technical Problems forum as you can't post an attachment in here.
(It also appears you cannot use the Rich Text Editor here either.....)
Take a look there and see if you are being taken to the same place with Firefox/IE.
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Posted 20 March 2010 - 03:30 AM

I have put a pic of where I am directed to in the Technical Problems forum as you can't post an attachment in here.
(It also appears you cannot use the Rich Text Editor here either.....)
Take a look there and see if you are being taken to the same place with Firefox/IE.

Same outfit, slightly different page. I actually get a decent looking blonde college girl along with the hyper-links. When I click one I go to a page mostly similar to the one you posted. Not 100% but no more cute blonde.

Now, the kicker.........I can't reach nightmarch anymore from Netscape :beer . Don't know if it's from opening the "bad" link in Netscape, but would stand to reason that's the issue. I tried deleting cache, cookies etc. and no luck. Anyway....I'm gonna go play God of War 3 some more, so good luck to you. :D
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Posted 22 April 2010 - 02:00 AM

Well Pattaya Today seems to be sorted now, although I was taken aback by a pic of the old nemesis Thaksin when I went to the front page. :D
Here is a link straight to the April 21st Nightmarch. Beware of the annoying audio stream.
The audio player is on the right.....

This column seems to be out of style and I suspect a different author, anybody who knows more I would be interested to hear. Nightmarch often suggests a place for me to visit on one of my own wanders about town.

Edited by jacko, 22 April 2010 - 02:11 AM.

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Posted 27 April 2010 - 09:49 AM

Well Pattaya Today seems to be sorted now, although I was taken aback by a pic of the old nemesis Thaksin when I went to the front page. :banghead
Here is a link straight to the April 21st Nightmarch. Beware of the annoying audio stream.
The audio player is on the right.....

This column seems to be out of style and I suspect a different author, anybody who knows more I would be interested to hear. Nightmarch often suggests a place for me to visit on one of my own wanders about town.



G'day Jacko,
Well spotted: As you might realise I very rarely put up posts, for a variety of reasons, but I feel compelled to get the word out that the Nightmarch column is no longer in the Pattaya Today newspaper, and NEVER will be again. I will probably make the real reasons public at a later date. At this stage the column will only be appearing in print in the monthly Pattaya TRADER magazine. That said, depending on talks with another publication over the next day or so, Nightmarch will once again kick off in a newspaper very soon. Anybody wishing to contact me direct can do so via email: duncanstearn@gmail.com
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Posted 28 April 2010 - 01:19 AM

G'day Jacko,
Well spotted: As you might realise I very rarely put up posts, for a variety of reasons, but I feel compelled to get the word out that the Nightmarch column is no longer in the Pattaya Today newspaper, and NEVER will be again. I will probably make the real reasons public at a later date. At this stage the column will only be appearing in print in the monthly Pattaya TRADER magazine. That said, depending on talks with another publication over the next day or so, Nightmarch will once again kick off in a newspaper very soon. Anybody wishing to contact me direct can do so via email: duncanstearn@gmail.com

Update much appreciated and sorry to hear of the demise of your column in the Pattaya Today (it is one of the better publications about town).

I get a lot of entertainment and recommendations from your musings so I am looking forward to any future print... I don't come across the trader as much as I do the newspapers. I hope it has never been an issue for you that I like to post a link here.
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Posted 28 April 2010 - 02:48 AM

This column seems to be out of style and I suspect a different author, anybody who knows more I would be interested to hear. Nightmarch often suggests a place for me to visit on one of my own wanders about town.

It is shown as having been penned by "Night Walker" - someone who doesn't know that when using an "s" to form a plural, it is not necessary to use an apostrophe!
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Posted 28 April 2010 - 03:00 AM

Well there is a box saying Night Walker, and it is filed under Nightmarch.
The advert at the end looking for a writer sort of gives it away somewhat!
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Posted 04 May 2010 - 04:05 PM

Update much appreciated and sorry to hear of the demise of your column in the Pattaya Today (it is one of the better publications about town).

I get a lot of entertainment and recommendations from your musings so I am looking forward to any future print... I don't come across the trader as much as I do the newspapers. I hope it has never been an issue for you that I like to post a link here.


No worries at all about taking the links and things. As of the 7 May the Nightmarch column will appear in the Pattaya Times newspaper which comes out every two weeks on the 7th and 22nd of each month. It is Pattaya's most invisible newspaper, but maybe if the owners are prepared to make an effort and promote it properly it might prove OK. So, that's where I'll be parked for now, as long as they pay me unlike...oops, better not say, just yet!!
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Posted 28 October 2011 - 06:35 AM

I always wanted one of them Old Dutch master paintings. Maybe a sale on them to support them museums.
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Posted 28 October 2011 - 02:14 PM

I always wanted one of them Old Dutch master paintings. Maybe a sale on them to support them museums.

Nate - Go back to sleep now, it was all just a bad dream.
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Posted 01 September 2012 - 09:56 AM

this is wrong....
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Posted 20 January 2013 - 01:11 AM

What's wrong is the date. Any chance to revive these threads?
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Posted 20 January 2013 - 02:04 AM

What's wrong is the date. Any chance to revive these threads?


Not sure if the author's (Duncan Stern) current publisher allows redistribution.
These were from a time when it was okay.
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Posted 20 January 2013 - 03:47 AM

Mr Stearn has bundled all the articles together and is now selling as an ebook. Here's what he wrote...

From InPattayaNow,6 Jan 2013 :

There comes a time in every columnist’s life when you know you’ve said all you’re really ever going to say. You find yourself starting to repeat the same mantras, writing the same story in ways that feel like ever-decreasing circles, to the point where you think you’re about to disappear up your own rectal chamber…metaphorically of course.
I began the ‘Nightmarch’ column as an accident of fate rather than a definite plan way back in what now seems an almost surreal time. After 11 years in either weekly or fortnightly print (with a few ‘enforced’ breaks in that time) the column came to an end. I had also been writing a more generalised column under the same name for the Pattaya Trader monthly magazine, starting in January 2004 and finally ending with the November 2012 issue.
Those who have been readers of InPattayaNow.com will no doubt have also noticed I no longer bother upgrading or updating my nightlife pieces.
Nightmarch is, to all intents and purposes, now quite happily retired from the task of writing about nightlife in Pattaya.
So, realising I had written far more words about the night entertainment scene in Fun Town than was really healthy for the liver or lungs, I decided I would cobble the entire newspaper oeuvre together into an e-book.
Entitled Chronicles of Nightmarch, the compilation of the columns of Nightmarch covers its beginnings in the Pattaya Mail newspaper in June 2000 and goes all the way through to its conclusion in the Pattaya One newspaper in September 2011.
Almost unwittingly it provides an interesting social history of the growth of the nightlife scene in Pattaya in the first decade of the twenty-first century.
This volume also includes items that were cut out of the published versions because they were deemed too strong for the censors. They reappear here because in most cases the items were nowhere near as controversial as the editors thought at the time.
Compilations of newspaper columns very often fail to have the impact on those readers who recall reading the pieces in the original. This is simply because the material for a newspaper column is rarely written with posterity or the future in mind. The impact is meant to be felt in the present.
Even so, there will be many who have lived in Pattaya or been regular visitors to the city over the time frame of the Nightmarch column who will no doubt have their memories jogged of the times they spent trawling the bars.
For others, who might not have ever been to Pattaya, the pieces will provide an essential introduction to the jigsaw that makes up its unique nightlife.
The e-book is available on Amazon and Smashwords and via Thailand’s premier book website: http://ebooks.dco.co...nightmarch.html
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Posted 20 January 2013 - 04:04 AM

There's a chunky free sample downloadable from the Amazon kindle store covering writings from 2000 and 2001.
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