Bangkok nightlife or a vibrating experience
You just arrived in the capital and need to maximize your time in the city that never sleeps to get to taste all the delights the Amazing metropolis offers. You don’t know exactly where to start, only one idea leading your trip: you won’t put on your pajamas and go to sleep before you’ve hit the ground until the end of the night. Bangkok is not only one of the most wonderful and sumptuously-textured cities, dressed and flavored with so many different spices, but as well probably the most vibrating capital of Asia with the craziest nightlife. Considering the abundance of dance or music shows, clubs, or bars, finding the best places to enjoy all the aspects of Bangkok’s nightlife can easily make you dizzy. But don’t panic, here we are to make your Bangkok night experience unforgettable, so pack nice clothes, warm up yourself and be ready to party all night long.
The best Bangkok nightlife areas
If you have the soul of the partygoer, Bangkok nightclubs and bars are the best promises to live a crazy experience. The metropolis features different areas that you will be thrilled to discover, suitable to every taste and mood, from the backpacker to the comfort lover.
The first area we recommend you is Sukhumvit, a famous alley hosting the most glamorous rooftops and resounding nightclubs to the cheapest beer bars and hangouts. There, you can either start your night by reaching the sky with a cocktail and a fancy dinner while enjoying the tremendous view from the Octave rooftop; or venture yourself down to earth into the famous red-light district, and enjoy the steamy nightlife in Bangkok for singles, visiting one of the hundreds of go-go bars at Soi Cowboy and experiencing ladyboys shows in the popular complex of Nana Plaza. In a totally different style, get a drink at the Iron fairies bar, a magical place designed like an ironsmith’s shop where you will be delighted to enjoy smooth jazz music in a fairytale environment.
For a cheaper stay, Kao San Road is the Mecca for backpackers; ideal for low-budget night people. With its festive and joyful ambiance, the place is perfect to meet new people and ideal for young travelers. The custom there is to buy bucketloads of beers and to dance freely in the streets; the best recipe for a long night in perspective. After this warm-up, you can finish the night grooving at “the Club”, right in the middle of Kao San Road till the end of the night, or enjoy the best sound system of Bangkok at the “Levels Club and Lounge”, simultaneously rooftop bar, lounge, and club. At the end of this crazy night, if you feel your muscles sore, get a Thai massage in the streets for 5 dollars.
For real party animals, the trendy business district of Silom turns in the night into a hardcore field for clubbers, hosting a lot of flashy bars, shiny rooftops, and probably the craziest clubs in Bangkok. Very gay-friendly area, you can enjoy a European ambiance at the DJ Station, or undergo a Harry Potter-like ambiance at the Maggie Choo bar. For the real clubbers, Silom is the area to hit the ground until the sun rises.
If you are still craving for some vibrating beats to groove all night long, we recommend you go to the Royal City Avenue, where you’ll find the best nightclubs in Bangkok to please the most fervent clubbers. Route 66 is probably the most famous club in town, the place that you can’t miss if you come to dance hard. Featuring three different rooms with three different musical ambiances, the club achieved an international reputation for organizing the wildest parties; this place is made for you to turn up all night long. For a good techno or electro experience, the Onyx is now a historical club in Bangkok, known for hosting the best DJs in the world. With a capacity of 2000 people, the space is impressive, from the dancefloor to the toilets you’ll enjoy a very spacious area, featuring an external rooftop terrace, ideal for a one of a kind experience.
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