Narz Bangkok to Host Songkran Foam Festival
Join Cherry Bomb and Miami Bikini Shop at Narz Bangkok The biggest summer festival.The hottest party to get you wet and enjoy the ultimate festival in Thailand.
ปาร์ตี้โฟมสุดร้อนแรงกำลังจะกลับมาอีกครั้งและเพื่อเป็นการท้าทายกับความร้อนของเมืองไทย ครั้งนี้จัดยาวถึง 5 วัน!
ปาร์ตี้ที่จะทำให้คุณ เปียก แฉะ มันส์! แบบ NON STOP
The Greatest foam party, The Ultimate Thailand Festival. IT’S BACK!
APRIL 12 – 16 2017
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Line : @narzbangkok
☎ More Info : 02 258 4805
Recommended: Bring your water gun, bikini, waterproof bag, towel, flip flop available, dry clothes to get change later when we move inside to main stage around midnight.
The Thai New Year’s Day is 13 April every year, but the holiday period includes 14–15 April as well.
Formerly knew as NARCISSUS Club, which established since 1992 and located on Sukhumvit 23 road.
The huge place aimed at the higher-end Bangkok club scene.
It has terrific light and sound systems and occasional International guest DJs
It is very popular among foreign expatriates.
The setting needs no introduction – with the lounge and serious dance floor and places to get wild and intimate.
The stylish and signature decor style make it the ideal place celebrate with your friends.
This dynamic space makes it a playground for sophisticated twenty-something’s who demand luxury and style. There are four floors, eight bars, three rooms with ultra-chic interiors for everyone and music goes from Hip Hop in the middle floor, House upstairs room to Trance in the main room, and is one of the biggest, most talked about and hippest late night venues in Bangkok.
Having fun is a big part of Thai culture, and having fun amidst scorching heat is no exception. The hottest month of the year, April sees the entire country go bananas in friendly water fights and street parties that last nearly a week. During Songkran, most office buildings, banks as well as family-run shops and restaurants shut down completely, while big shopping malls usually remain open. Bangkok experiences a mass exodus, as at least half of its residents travel back to their home towns for family re-unions. In their place are tourists, who fly into Bangkok particularly to enjoy one of the most colourful and festive times of the year.