Bangkok Hash Kennels
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Bangkok Hash Photos
If you want to go running in Bangkok with any of the hash clubs in Bangkok (or running in the countryside near Bangkok), then you're welcome to come and join us for the run and also enjoy some amber liquid after the run.
The clubs in Bangkok all have slightly different themes. Most hashers that live in Bangkok will regularly join one or two of these clubs every week, while some die-hards go to every run.
The Bangkok Hash which runs on Saturday is men only and normally run on the outskirts of the city or nearby countryside.
All the other clubs are mixed - men, ladies, boys & girls.
The Siam Sunday Hash runs on the second and fourth Sundays of each month and also normally run on the outskirts of the city or nearby countryside.
The Monday Hash and Wednesday Harriettes normally run just out of the main city area or on the outskirts of the city. Because these are working days, then they can't go too far out of town.
The Thursday Hash always starts close to a BTS or MRT train station, and next to 7-11 so you buy your own beverages. A torch is required, since it starts a bit later and depending on the season, either some or all of the run will be after sunset.
The Fullmoon Hash also starts close to a BTS or MRT station and 7-11, and runs once a month on the Friday closest to the Fullmoon. Like the Thursday Hash, a torch is essential. When there is a Fullmoon Hash run, there will not be a Thursday Hash run on that week.
Since you buy you own beer on the Thursday and Fullmoon hashes, then these 2 hashes have a very low run fee. The other hashes have a beer truck with beer and soft drinks supplied, so they have a higher but very affordable run fee. The run start times vary for each club, so be sure to check the individual webpages.
For all the hash clubs, we adjourn to a nearby restaurant after the run for those that want to stay longer.
Where we've been hashing!
(from Snakebite's Strava heatmap)