The city’s bars, clubs and even massage parlours are beginning to buzz again but the absence of tourists is taking its toll
A mix of K-pop, sweet Thai love ballads and 90s music reverberates along the corridor of one of Bangkok’s popular karaoke spots. In private rooms, parties of friends strike poses and bellow into microphones.
After three months of silence, Thailand’s nightlife was allowed to reopen on 1 July – provided venues follow government rules to prevent the spread of coronavirus. “You can dance, as long as you keep a distance from your friends,” explains Planisara Suksit, branch manager of Yes!! R&B Karaoke in Thonglor, her voice muffled by a face mask and plastic shield.
Continue reading… Source: The Guardian: 'Let’s do karaoke!': Bangkok nightlife eases out of lockdown ———