A group of tourists on the flight back home remembers on their sexual adventures they had in several nightclubs at their vacation in Bangkok.
Bangkok Hilton is a three-part Australian mini-series, made in 1989 by Kennedy Miller Productions and directed by Ken Cameron. The title of the mini-series is, in the story, the nickname of a fictional Bangkok prison in which the protagonist is imprisoned, a mordant reference to Hanoi Hilton, the prison known as such used by North Vietnam during the Vietnam War.
Following British tourists checking in and out of the south-east Asian airport. The show follows employees and passengers at the airport as they come across issues that they face daily and other more bizarre cases.
Zentrale Bangkok is a German television series.