Another fantastic part of the Bangkok nightlife scene is the cabaret or at least the Thai version of the cabaret. The Thai cabaret is unlike any other cabaret ion the world and this is mainly due to the fact that the majority of the Thai cabaret performers are actual transsexuals, lady boys or katoeys as they are locally known here in Thailand. These shows are extravagant in every way and great fun to experience and unless you are homophobic, we would definitely advise you on taking the time to visit these shows. The best show by far is the playhouse cabaret. This show has multiple acts in which the performers do covers of a variety of famous artists and they do it well. Give the gals a chance and get to the Asia hotel and enjoy the show, you never know you might even fall in love with your first lady boy. You can get best ideas about
Girly bars and GoGo bars
It was also going to be on the list and most likely it will never be off any Bangkok nightlife guide. The girl, of the girls of Thailand, what wonderful creatures they are and just about Every guy who comes to Thailand or Bangkok city wants or in some cases need to experience this phenomenon. There are a couple of main strips in Bangkok and they deserve the attention of a full page spread and we will give them the attention they deserve.
King of Thailand
Thailand’s current ruling monarch is King Bhumibol Adulyadel. He is the longest serving monarch at present in the world. The King of Thailand has been on the throne since the 9th of June 1946 and is also known as the King of Siam to local Thai people. The King of Thailand and his wife Queen Sirikit Kittiyakara have a large family. Their son Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn is the crown prince. Though the King of Thailand is the symbolic head of state, a constitutional monarch, and not an absolute monarch he does maintain a number of positions or powers such as head of the Thai armed forces and he has the ability to grant royal pardons or clemency in cases where people have been sentenced to death by the Thai courts.
As a traveller in Thailand you will come to notice that the King of Thailand and the whole royal family are held in very high esteem and revered by the Thai people.You will see portraits of Thailand’s king and other members of the Thai royal family up for public viewing over the entire Kingdom of Thailand. On every government building, either on the outside or just inside the doors, there will be a large portrait of the King or the royal couple. The King of Thailand’s birthday falls on the 5th of December and it is a national holiday.
At the current time, Thailand maintains strict lese majeste laws and it is strictly enforced. In essence, this means that no person, be they Thai or foreign may insult or defame the King of Thailand. This includes through verbal, written or use of signs against the King. These laws have been in place since the 1908 and in recent years there has been a sharp increase in the number of cases being brought forth by the Thai authorities with some cases even being brought against Thais who live abroad.
It is not just the Thai authorities which may bring suit, individuals may accuse each other. So when in Thailand refrain from saying anything negative or untoward about to the King of Thailand or any member of the Thai Royal Family. Unfortunately, in recent years the health of the King of Thailand has deminished and as aresult of this he no longer resides at his official place of residence, which is the Grand Palace: He now mainly resides at Klai Klangwon, which is usually regarded as the Kings Summer residence in the city of Hua Hin.