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Bangkok - Pool Party

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During my first weekend here, the guys took me to a really nice pool party. It's a luxury to have experienced Bangkok expat friends, isn't it?

Turns out that these happen every weekend and you can find out what's next in this listing. New for me, but someting I look forward to repeating, specially when my friends start to visit. If you want to give it a shot during your vacay, here come some notes.

  • Parties are during daytime (2-8PM), perfect way to chill the afternoon away and make your choice, whether you go home to sleep or you get changed to hit the buzzling nightlife again.
  • Despite being held in fancy hotels, they are not super expensive. Entrance in BLAST, in Hilton Doubletree somewhere in Sukhumvit, was 400 (10EUR) or 700(18EUR) with one hour free flow of wine and beer. I picked the second option, which turned out to be quite cost effective as I didn't drink much anyway.
  • Some have lockers, some don't. Dresscode is casual, flat sandals and shorts will do. Id on't see a major need to bring a towel, of course you can but you may as well dry just while chilling by the pool. I wore a small bag to have my valuables with me while being able to dance, no towel, sunscreen or clothes to change, it was just fine.

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