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Bangkok Nightlife - What to Do & Where to Go at Night in Bangkok

After the sunset, all bets get off in Bangkok. All the GoGo girls, ladyboys and ping pong shows come up. Visitors who are interested in cabaret, live music, and clubs.
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After the sunset, all bets get off in Bangkok. All the GoGo girls, ladyboys and ping pong shows come up. Visitors who are interested in cabaret, live music, and clubs, also get something to make with their taste. An epic night out is much better than turning a night that one can’t remember. Foggy memories and mysterious bruises are worth it. Visitors can find more about these places in Thailand Nightlife Guide.

Musical Encounters

The nightlife of Bangkok has many choices for the music lovers. Visitors choose a genre and ready to groove. For those who have the hankering for quality live shows, Popscene Live plans monthly showcases of international and national bands. Cosmic Cafe is the part of RCA complex. It offers different sort of live music every evening. Adhere the Saxophone and Blues Bar that offer up jazz, Motown and live blues to an energetic crowd that loves to get rowdy. For the real show, bust out the best body glitter and feather boa and check out the starring Marilyn Monroe, Calypso Ladyboy Cabaret, Carmen Miranda, and Michael Jackson.

Upscale Cocktails

Except for epic dance clubs, beers of Khao San Road, and many strip clubs in Bangkok, there are still many things to do and places to visit. Tourists must experience Thong Lo. It is one of the more upscale nightlife neighborhoods of this city. Thong Lo is known as the hot spot for the elite of Bangkok and city’s suave expats.

One of the amazing bars along the lean of Thong Lo Road is Iron Fairies. It is near the BTS station and packed with restaurants, clubs, and bars. During the day the bar gets doubles as an iron workshop. This gives it a special and unique feel which perfectly complements the hoarse live jazz music. It is the most important thing for which this bar is known.

Down the street, one of the hottest nightclubs of this city is Funky Villa. It is evident by its parking which is full of Porsches and also the dance floor is packed with Thai models and celebrities. Visitors should go there completely dressed to impress. They would face no problem to get past the door.

Dance the Night Away

RCA is a clubbing complex that is government-designated. It caters to every taste and type, and it closes around 2:30 a.m. Many places require the cover but include one drink or sometimes two. Visitors need to bring their IDs, as the clubs here check everyone’s card. Slim & Flix, LED, and The Beat Lounge serve up the hip-hop beats whereas Route 66 covers all the musical bases. Ratchada Soi 4 is more local but busy place to drink and dance.

After-Hours Nightlife

Most nightclubs in Bangkok get close at the mandated time of 2 a.m. which is official. So it would actually be difficult for the novices to keep their night going in the truly epic fashion. But, there are some options available. Grease Nightclub has a bar, restaurant, rooftop lounge, and a dance floor where in need of a relaxation or interval can order some hookah.

Modern lighting complements the techno music and edgy house that are featured at a small but friendly shine. Visitors can finish their night at Narz, that does not even get going after 2 a.m. The trance music does not allow the parties to slow down for a second. The mansion that is glass-fronted often features popular European DJs. Another after-hours option is Khao San Road, as the bars here stay open late at the night. Backpackers would be found here drinking away on the bar terraces on a street until late hours.

Ladyboys

Ladyboy bars that are the line seedy Nana Plaza, where extreme neon lights lend a bizarre reality to the stories of regular bars, ladyboy clubs, and go-go bars. Cascade will be better off named as Bedrock along with its lair setup that is cave-like, a steady rush of ladyboys who pose and dance on few multi-level stages. Visitors can order them a drink after they stop for a conversation. Nana Plaza gets closes at 2 a.m.

Red-Light Districts

The seedy side of Bangkok is one of the biggest selling points of this city. Travelers from all around the world come here to catch the glimpse of its prominent depravity. is the most famous of the red-light districts of the city is Patpong. Unquestionably swarming with the tourists, Patpong is considered as both a sketchy entertainment area and a night market. Strip clubs lined the streets, that are always crowded with the market stalls which sell pirated DVDs, knock-off jewelry, and also attempt to sell their best to attract tourists to come in there for a beer.

Visitors can easily explore these places with the help of Thailand Nightlife Guide. It has every information about Bangkok and other nearby places. There is more to the Thailand than just shopping, traffic, and temples. It is one of those countries whose charm emerges slowly.  

 

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