Glow Nightclub, Sukhumvit Soi 23
BANGKOK BOAT PARTY
9:00PM SATURDAY DECEMBER 1ST
SAPHAN TAKSIN BTS – SATHORN PIER
After the success of the first 4 parties and due to public demand, Bangkok’s most unique party is back!
Cruise along the Chaophraya River, on a 2 Floor party boat, taking in the beautiful surroundings of Bangkok, from temples to high-rises whilst dancing to tunes played by Bangkok’s elite DJs.
The boat has 2 floors, with 2 different music arenas, playing different styles of music!
The Top Deck will feature a mix of house music, whilst the base-ment downstairs will be playing a variety of music from hip-hop, dubstep to drum n bass.
Don’t worry about any rain, the new boat with a fully water-proof top deck and huge downstairs air-con cabin, will easily accommodate the party goers.
Tickets are 800 Baht and if you buy 5 you get 1 free!
There will be a wide variety of drinks, all at a reasonable price, no drinks more than 200 Baht!
Every Boat party event has sold out, so make sure you get your tickets early to avoid disappointment.
Orawan (Bed supperclub)
Tech 12 (Ghetto Blasters)
CO2AN (kolour Sundays)
Tony B (Bangkok Invaders)
Swindle (Boat Party Residnet)
IK (Illbar Records)
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Kriangsak “Victor” Silakong, Festival Director, brings you the 10th Edition of the World Film Festival here in Bangkok. A truly international event, the festival brings films from a wide range of countries including India, South Korea, Iran, Jordan, Taiwan, Indonesia, Myanmar, USA, France, and a host of others. A total of around 50 films will be shown.
The festival is well-known for promoting independent Thai film-makers and in the past has unearthed considerable local talent.
The event takes place at Esplanade Cineplex from November 16 to November 25 and tickets are only 100 baht a shot. It couldn’t be easier to get to – it’s on Ratchadaphisek Road and you can get there by the MRT underground – the Thailand Cultural Center station is right next to it, so no excuses. The festival opens Friday November 16 with Apichatpong Weerasethakul’s Mekong Hotel – an hour-long film that was shown in Cannes earlier this year.
Check out the festival website…