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Giant Swing, Bangkok

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Don't freeze. SWING!!!!!!

mAsa niwayama

“Officially” became a DJ in 2006, starting at the legendary meet-up place of core music listeners and party people in circa at the time [ BREAKS ].

Later, he would be invited to various clubs of all shapes and sizes as the Main DJ or supporting act around Bangkok, and also at Clubs and Party events around Asia, including Tokyo, Osaka, Okinawa, Hokkaido, Bangkok, Chiang Mai and beyond.

Noticed for his sounds which create a world of “Deep” whilst having a subtle but recognizably powerful “Positive essence”, his play style catches, places his listeners and audience into a laid back, right mood… How music ought to be. From the DJ Connoisseur to plain music lovers, his knowledge of various types of music mixed with his style of “Positive essence” tunes in the interests of many.

HIROO

had been concerned with a local community in Japan, where hardcore,rap,freejazz,folk&blues collide with each other and explode, during dozen years or so.

NKchan (from Hokkaido, Japan)

Started his career as a DJ in 1994, at Club Ghetto in Sendai (Northeast Japan).

Spinned there with New York city's top DJs such as Nick Jones.

After moving to Sapporo (Hokkaido), he started a party "Spirit of GARAGE" at The HAKATA with one of Japanese House music originators, Tok.M.

Also resident of "ULTIMATE FUNK" at Club JADE, "EzOn" at Acid Room and "VORTEX" at The HAKATA.

Known as a well-experienced and reliable DJ of Hokkaido.

DJs:

mAsa niwayama

Hiroo

NK CHAN

Hidemasa Mitsui

Jim Man

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  • Passed the swing whilst going to another attraction, probably wouldnt have bothered going to see it otherwise  more »
  • It is not a must see place but is close to some other good attractions of Bangkok. You may skip it but if someone plans to just wander around in areas of Bangkok (Khaosan Road), I don't think one will...  more »
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  • Interesting structure worth seeing for sure. Easy to get to, kind of hard to miss. The associated temple is also worth taking in.
  • Great attraction in Bangkok, it’s a giant swing that was actually used as a swing many years ago, you can use the swing as they have removed it but the structure is still there and it’s beautiful
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