Patpong 2 – Gay Bangkok
Your guide to Bangkok’s gay red light district, Patpong 2
Patpong 2 Alley is a very short walk from both Silom Soi 4, Bangkok’s main street of gay bars and from Soi Twilight the hub of Bangkok’s commercial gay scene. In fact, many people use this street to walk between these 2 locations. This alley runs between Silom Road and Surawong Road.
With the future of Soi Twilight up in the air, this small soi seems to be a location many gogo bars are relocating to. In only a couple of months, 2 new GoGo Bars have opened here, with more reportedly on the way.
Patpong 2 Gay Bars
Patpong 2 Gay GoGo Bars
Patpong 2 Restaurants
Patpong 2 is a small alley that connects Silom Road to Surawong Road. Located very close to both Silom Soi 4 and Soi Twilight, this alley is easy to find.
By BTS Sky Train: The closest BTS station to Patpong 2 is Sala Daeng (BTS Code S2) on the Silom BTS Green Line. On exiting the station walk up Silom Road towards Silom Soi 4. Walk past Silom Soi 4 and take the next right. You will be on Patpong 2 Alley.
Taxi: Ask any taxi driver for Patpong. It’s pronounced the same way it’s read, PAT-PONG. Your best bet it to say PAT-PONG THA-NON SURA-WONG. If you are at the Patpong night market, you are one street over.
GrabTaxi: You will be able to find Patpong Market on the app. The next street is Patpong 2.
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