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How many go-go-bars will survive the next months?

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In Bangkok we might see bars opening only Friday and Saturday, there are simply not enough customers to operate on week days.

I can only admire Thai people for their optimism, as there is a great deal of renovation work going on. Guess that some people sit on a pile of cash and can plan for when a vaccine to come up. But they might have some staff problems then.

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3 minutes ago, Lacessit said:

No farangs = no customers. The businesses patronized by Thais will survive. I suppose that means the massage shops/brothels.

I don't have any numbers but I think there are still lots of farangs who live in Bangkok. Some work and make money and others have a pension to spend.

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2 minutes ago, OneMoreFarang said:

I don't have any numbers but I think there are still lots of farangs who live in Bangkok. Some work and make money and others have a pension to spend.

AFAIK Thais don't visit go-go bars. They cut to the chase.

You may be right. However, it depends on what proportion of customers are resident farangs, and how many are tourists. The bars that depend mostly on tourists IMO don't have a prayer.

AFAIK the go-go bars in Chiang Mai are still closed. Farang tourism is way down.

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It could depend on if I'm ever allowed to gogo get there 🤔

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1 minute ago, OneMoreFarang said:

This is a (sorry, bad quality) panorama picture of Nana on the 1st July about 21:00.

On the first view it does not look too bad. But on second view the left and right corners are completely dark. All closed. And the 3rd floor is completely closed.

Yesterday the two "smaller" bars in the 3rd floor were open - with very few customers.

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I think Thailand has more severe problems to think about. So far the government did a great job. But I am afraid that if this situation gets out of control we hardly can imagine the consequences. 

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