Talking About - The Patpong Museum

Talking About – The Patpong Museum

Last Saturday I got lucky and was invited to a private tour of The Patpong Museum in…Patpong ( Review coming soon ). I was curious to how well known this place was, and delve into what other media outlets are saying.

Here below is a summary of some of the reviews and media sites that have reviewed The Patpong Museum.

Bangkok (CNN) — Prostitution, the CIA, the Vietnam War and Chinese immigration are all on display in a new museum dedicated to one of Bangkok’s most famous red light nightlife zones, Patpong Road.

Secrets of Bangkok red light zone laid bare in new museum

Bangkok (CNN) – Prostitution, the CIA, the Vietnam War and Chinese immigration are all on display in a new museum dedicated to one of Bangkok’s most famous red light nightlife zones, Patpong Road.


The Thailand Tatler : The Patpong Museum Is An Ode To Bangkok’s Best-Kept Secret

The Patpong Museum Is An Ode To Bangkok’s Best-Kept Secret

Espionage, celebrity sightings and the rise of gogo-bars Sign up for our weekly newsletter to get all our top stories delivered We’re on Facebook and Instagram. Follow us for the latest news, events and happenings Open only a few months ago in late 2019, the Patpong Museum is an entertaining and educational experience located right at the heart of the very district it documents.

South China Morning Post: Thailand’s new Patpong Museum charts the history of the notorious neighbourhood whose story begins in China’s island province of Hainan

Patpong: the rise of Bangkok’s most famous red light district

Thailand’s new Patpong Museum charts the history of a neighbourhood that gave birth to one of the world’s most notorious red light districts, complete with photos of go-go girls, a mock-up bar room and ‘X-rated’ area.

Yahoo: History of Bangkok’s ‘soi of sex’ at Patpong Museum now open in Bangkok’s famous red-light district

History of Bangkok’s ‘soi of sex’ at Patpong Museum now open in Bangkok’s famous red-light district

PETALING JAYA, Oct 29 – The epicentre of Thailand’s go-go bar culture and Bangkok’s most famous red-light district in Patpong now has a museum which documents its colourful history. The entertainment district, with its two parallel side-streets between Silom and Surawongse Roads now boasts a home housing featuring an array of paraphernalia and historical objects from Patpong’s past.

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