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Sway club to close next week to make way for condos

Taking a glance through these nine brand new drinks, you might catch yourself laughing at the names and/or unapologetically naugthy illustrations—like a bottle of champagne splashing white all over someone’s face, for example.
The sensually-themed menu starts with One Night Stand (B420), a photogenic mix of pleasantly sour Demonio De Los Andes Pisco, absinthe, Peychaud’s bitters, jasmine, apple, strawberry, and lemon. A reference to Fifty Shades of Grey, Miss Steele (B420) sees a fizzy gin-based cocktail mixed with lavender, blueberry, raspberry, vanilla, and cream topped with soda—literally a dessert in a cup. 
The must-try drink, however, is Orgy Island (B420) featuring a Ketel vodka-based cocktail with a splash of Chadon Blut, pineapple, and coconut topped with airy grape bubbles. 

“Obviously with Covid, none of the venues have been open for two years, except for Sway. We opened in December, basically for our staff.” Mar 27 will be the last day anyone is allowed in the area, Andrew says, as demolition will begin soon after.

“We’ve actually partnered with a couple well known restauranteurs around Thonglor and around Bangkok. So it’ll actually be two venues: one will be an Asian food restaurant, and the other will be Sway,” Andrew says. “It’s the closing of a chapter because it’s just such a massive nightlife area that’s now going to be condominiums.”

The tallest of the three-tower construction from Park Origin will be 59 floors, and the three-bedroom penthouse in Tower C expects to go for around B33.9 million. 

The Thonglor-based Sway club—Bangkok’s home for hip-hop—will be closing its doors on Mar 27 with a final hurrah.

“It was sold to Park Origin four years ago and they’ve already got three towers up, but they let the entertainment district stay open until basically last month,” says Sway owner Andrew Kloosterhuis. The Canadian, who started out as a DJ in Bangkok, helmed the club for eight years along with David Zalewski. metasports

Arena 10, bought by condo developer Park Origin, has been known to be closing since 2018, but the pubs and restaurants have struggled to stay open through Covid. Sway is the last bar standing in Arena 10, with Demo, Snail, and Barbarbar already gone.