Bangkok is full of great party streets, each one with its own distinct personality.
1 RCA (Royal City Avenue to give it its full name) is Bangkok's most popular clubbing hotspot. Find the epicentre of the party at Route66 Club.A couple of doors down is Onyx Bangkok.
The crowd: A mostly young, dressed up Thai crowd with a good mix of males and females.
2Khao San Road: Khao San Road's reputation as the ultimate backpacker party hub is known across Southeast Asia. Budget guesthouses, internet cafes, bars, restaurants, massage parlours, travel agents, bookshops, market stalls, tattoo shops and hawkers line the 1-km stretch of mayhem while eating, drinking and dancing in the street is encouraged.
3.Sukhumvit Soi 11: Soi 11 has been one of the driving forces behind the evolving persona of lower Sukhumvit. The nightlife scene here gradually shed its once seedy image thanks to the rise of some pretty rooftop bars, swanky bistros and trendy nightclubs.
4. Thonglor Soi 10: A playground for Bangkok's prettiest (and often wealthiest) people.
5.Silom Road: Visit Silom during the day and you might be fooled into thinking this is purely a commercial hub of Bangkok.
10 Top Things to Do for the Best of Bangkok at Night
Na-Oh Bangkok @ Chang Chui Plane Night Market.
Grand Swiss Hotel 180° Sky Lounge.
Asiatique The Riverfront.
Midnight Supper Tuk-Tuk Food Tour.
Bangkok Sunset Bike Ride.
Amphawa Floating Market.
1.Glow: Glow has been a leader in the Bangkok underground dance club scene for many years now, and although some of the newer and snazzier places have a larger following, Glow still retains a core group of faithful followers
2.DJ Station: It is one of the most legendary dance clubs in all of Asia and is quite possibly the biggest gay club in all of Bangkok.
3.Onyx Bangkok: Newly opened Onyx is now the biggest dance and party club in town.
4.Levels Club: Sukhumvit's party central Soi 11 keeps on going strong in the nightlife department, with the slack taken up by new kid on the block Levels.
5.Beam: you'll find a huge dance floor and minimalist industrial warehouse look, with the focus being on the music.
6.Sing Sing Theater: Easily Bangkok's most highbrow dance club, Sing Sing Theater is a fantasy replica of Shanghai in the 1930s, with hanging red lanterns, dancers in red robes with patterned fans, and metal cages spread across the room。
1.Make sure you have the address of your hotel written down in Thai, in case you're in an emergency and need to use public transport.
2.Avoid tuk-tuks if you can, but if you really have to, then decide on a fare before you begin your ride. Tuk-tuk drivers are known to fleece you bare!
3.If you don't want to end up paying for more than what you drank at a bar, always ask for the price of the alcohol staff offers before you consume it. This is for when they bring you the final bill, they won't over-charge, which they have a tendency to do.
4.You should always carry some form of identification on you, but I suggest you take your national ID or driving license, not your passport.
1.Watch Siam Niramit Theatre Show
2.Go to Chao Phraya River Dinner Cruise
3.Have a Sky Romantic Dining Buffet
4.Muay Thai :If you're up for a night of action and adrenaline, the Muay Thai fights in Bangkok have got you covered.
5.Go to Chinatown:Undoubtedly the most popular tourist spot in the city, Chinatown is the epicenter of nightlife in Bangkok. A favourite amongst gourmands who wander here seeking palatable treats.
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