Pattaya’s tourist industry has changed a lot over the last two or three years and is likely to do so for the foreseeable future. Gone are the days when Europeans, Americans or Australians flocked here in their droves, spending money like it was going out of fashion.
Now it is the Chinese and the Indian visitors that are helping keep the city alive and that of course means Pattaya is seeing an influx of venues like Indian dance clubs.
This one is owned by Chandu, who moved from his home in India in 2008. He took over this venue towards the end of 2017, and appears to chosen a good time to do so.
There are over 20 full time employees working at Dhoom, which has a capacity of 80 guests, with many of them arriving by tour bus each day.
The club is located in the heart of Pattaya’s entertainment zone – Walking Street. You will find restaurants, music venues and Go-Go bars all vying for customers as they walk along this stretch of adult heaven.
Climb the red stairs to Dhoom and you are in for a treat, for this is the home of Indian dance, with gorgeous ladies, strutting their stuff on stage surrounded by lavish seating.
The main difference between this club and a Go-Go bar, is that the ladies here wear stunning dresses, revealing only their midriff as they dance. Yet they are still sexy, arousing your interest as they perform in front of you.
Luxurious white sofas are provided for your comfort. Sit back, relax, order a drink and enjoy the ladies as they put on a show full of elegance and beauty.
There is a fair bit or dark reds within the venue, including the walls and the bar area. When you add colour from the lighting, the ambience is simply divine.
The girls costumes are stunning, colourful and elegant in their design.
So if you fancy a change from your normal night out in Walking Street, why not try this venue and check it out for yourself?
You will find all your popular bottled beers here, served ice cold, direct to your table by friendly and courteous staff.
Spirits, liqueurs, shots and wines make up the drinks list and for those not drinking alcohol, you may enjoy one of their soft drinks.
Culture is something we all are aware off if we are not from Thailand of course. So why not embrace the Indian dance culture and enjoy something a little different.
You never know, you may just enjoy the occasion.