Back to the Thai blowjob bars, again

Carre Blanc blow job bar in Pattaya Thailand

The new Carre Blanc.

I have been covering blowjob bars on this website site it first launched nearly four years ago. One reason for that is that I think the places are totally unique and interesting yet unknown by most of the world. Another reason is that there always seems to be something to write about.

As I’ve pointed out in past posts there are various types of blowjob bars around. Japan probably has the most. Vietnam is also home to many though they tend to be more like blowjob barber shops or blowjob cafes than bars. The latter theme seems to have caught on and spread around the world with last month’s announcement that a blowjob espresso bar will soon open in Switzerland. There are places where guys can pay to get blown in a partially public setting in countries like South Korea and the Philippines but they are very limited at this point. What remains is a few private blowjob shops and a handful of bars where guys occasionally get a hummer.

Thailand is probably home to the most traditional blowjob bars if such a thing even exists. The typically model is that of a regularly pub except that there is a staff of women on hand who offer oral services to customers for a set fee. In the original BJ bars women did the act right out in the open while anyone else around continued to enjoy their drinks. That isn’t as common as it used to be. Only a few places still specialize in such activities. Other places offer it but often only with reluctance. The places where is practiced most tend toward an out-of-the-way private “gentlemen’s club” setup.

I have been writing about Thai blowjob bars specifically since the beginning. I thought I had finally reviewed all of the BJ bars operating in Bangkok last year before realizing that the infamous Rose’s was still around. It appears there may be one or two more old haunts in Bangkok worth seeking out but for the most part it seems that I have the capital city suck shops out of the way. That doesn’t mean that there is nothing else to cover. Pattaya is filled with shops including many that I have yet to write about and more are opening all the time. Plus the existing bars in Bangkok continue to generate news.

I wrote quite a few updates about the Thai suck shop scene last year. I’ve been trying to cover a wide variety of venues and subjects since but so much news has emerged over the last weeks that I feel I must once again pen a piece about the pickle polishing pubs in the land of smiles.

The world famous Dr BJ’s Salon in the Sukhumvit section of Bangkok suddenly closed down as reported by Stickboy Bangkok. Apparently some Thai people found their way to a story published about the place on Vice a while back and started an uproar on social media. When I first saw that piece in Vice I wondered if it would cause problems. It turns out that it did though later than I may have imagined. It also turns out that I was probably right when I wondered allowed if the shop had been given some kind of warning to shut down rather than running into much worse problems from the powers that be. Some sort of mass email went out not long ago saying that the bar was simply rebranded after a shareholder reorganization. I don’t have the whole scoop. I just know that the bar closed at least for a short while. Not long after the entire shop was gutted another place called Wood Bar with the same mode of operation and even staff opened in the exact same location though its website is much more discreet. I’ll try to review it soon. The Dr BJ’s Nuru shop across the street was also closed but a place called Chrome Bar has opened in its place offering the same services.

Another bar a little further down Sukhumvit has variously been reported as open and closed. The Japanese pinsaro-like Bit Style has been through at least one closure and restart before and conflicting reports have been received over the last few weeks. I don’t have any special details or inside information. I just know what I’ve been told. As I write this the place does seem to be open and operating again even though the website hasn’t been updated in months.

Down in Pattaya a lot more has been going on. In my review of The Pump Station published back in 2013 I described how far the once great venue had fallen. It turns out that management finally took notice. The place has been totally redone and improved though it looks and works a lot more like a regular old girlie bar than a vacuum mouth venue now. Rumor has it that the same old services are still available upstairs though obviously that will have to be verified.

The previously reviewed Carre Blanc has relocated. The old shop has been closed and the venue is located right next to Club 4, 007 and the yet-to-be-reviewed Pirate. When 007 first opened next to Club 4 I wrote that the area was turning into a venerable “blow row”. Little did I know what was to come. There are now four slurp shops lined up in this little out of the way area. Most seem to have some sort of French involvement though they are all open to the general public. Punters really have their pick at the moment tough it is easy to wonder if there is a such thing as too much. At some point the supply may outpace the demand though I can’t be sure. As long as there are red blooded men in Pattaya I’m sure these kinds of places will have customers. Conspicuousness is another issue. Perhaps the concentration of similar businesses could draw attention from someone unwanted. Of course it is just as possible that the shops are located where they are for a reason!’

That’s what I know for now so that’s all I can tell you at least until the next bulletin blows in. Stay tuned.

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