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Thailand’s most famous gay club
DJ Station is Bangkok's most famous gay nightclub with live DJ and drag performances. It’s located on the gay club ally Silom Soi 2. With 3 different floors of fun, the club is busy every night of the week and becomes packed to bursting point at weekends. DJ Station is a must-do gay institution across Asia. The minimum age for entry is 21 bring your ID (entrance could be quite strict), especially if you're Asian.
The vibes start to kick-off and the venue fills up from 11:30 pm. Best to check in between 11:00 pm - 11:30 pm if you want to catch the drag acts. 30 minutes of your classic / dated drags ballads with Whitney and Celine making regular appearances as well as some Thai and international pop. Once the show is over dancing begins.
Music: DJ Station loves to play remixes of the hottest mainstream international pop. If you’re searching for any Thai music this is not the place for you.
Crowd: Being Thailand’s most international gay club the crowd is a mix of trendy Thais, Asian, Western tourists and a few of the usual old men, and last but not least, money boys.
Drinks: The entry fee includes two drink vouchers and after that, all drinks are 150 Baht (5 USD). Be careful, the bar doesn’t use the highest quality spirits and you may end up with a nasty hangover the following day.
Dress: Most of the locals dress to impress. Though, short and tank tops are fine but flip flops (thongs) are not allowed.
DJ Station Bangkok is located at the end of Silom Soi 2, which is an entire street of gay bars and clubs there is a small entrance near Burger King where you have to pass through security and metal detectors. The biggest clue to finding Silom Soi 2 is hearing the loud dance music.
Taxi: Many taxi drivers know of DJ Station Bangkok, some may need some reminding with clues such as “gay bar” “boys bar” if not all taxi drivers will know Silom Soi 2 (pronounced See Lom Soy Two).
BTS Sky Train: Closest Sky Train is Sala Daeng (BTS Code S2) on the Silom Line.
MRT Underground: The closest underground station is Si Lom.
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