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BANGKOK NIGHTLIFE

A Guide To The Best Areas In The City

Bangkok is the liveliest capital in South-East Asia, and that doesn’t change after the sun goes down. Every night the city transforms into explosions of lights, music and dance. Those neon lights can be a sensory overload even for the craziest of party animals. As the travel hub of South-East Asia, the city brings together backpackers, expats and locals alike in a way that only Bangkok can achieve. The relaxed vibe, a fair amount of craziness, and the legendary party culture is what brings together the biggest nightlife scenes in all of Thailand.

The night is short, so where should you go? It all depends what you like. Sukhumvit has a wide selection from rooftop bars to nightclubs and red-light districts like Nana Plaza and Soi Cowboy, often only a short walk from each other. Khaosan Road is the backpacker central where you can consume cheap cocktail buckets right on the street while dancing the intoxicated night away in the company of other like-minded traveler-hearts.

If drinking isn’t your cup of tea, there’s plenty of cultural experiences and things to explore even during the night time. But choosing what to do and where to go can give you a headache when there’s a million possibilities on the table and all of them equally tempting. 

Let us offer our helping hand, and lead the way. Below are selected bits we’ve found most exciting while our explorations of the nightlife in Bangkok. We sincerely hope you can have the some great time with these tips!

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Thaijunkie2 months ago
Fast-food Thailand style!
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The language barrier appears yet again
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Thaijunkie2 months ago
I have Definitely been here before
Have you?
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Thaijunkie2 months ago
Drink prices have certainly dropped in Pattaya. Glass of Sangsom with a mixer starts at 10 baht (0.32 USD).
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Thaijunkie2 months ago
It's all fun and games until the monkey runs away with your $600 GoPro. 🐒
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