#1 Ce La Vi – Top 5 Bangkok Nightclubs
Formally `Ku DeTA’, is a sophisticated nightclub and lounge where the glamorous come to play. You should dress to impress here, whether you intend to shake it on the dance floor or chill in some of the central booths with a few friends and a top-shelf bottle. If it all gets too much, take a breather on the open air terrace with views of central Bangkok. The layout is a mix of a lounge and a club, with contained seating areas for large groups, standing tables, and a large dance floor surrounding the DJ booth. It is Definitely no.1 in my Top Five Bangkok Nightclubs.
Music: House/hip-hop/party pop (depending on the night)
Crowd: Expats, tourists, and internationalized Thais
Opening Hours: 20:00 – 02:00
Location: 39th and 40th floors, Sathorn Square Complex, 98 North Sathorn Road
BTS: Chong Nonsi exit 4
Telephone: +66 (0) 2108 2000
Entry Fee: Free during the week, but it costs 500THB on weekends
It’s a 2000 capacity mega hall. DJs to have played here include Freddie Le Grand, Dutch duo Showtek and The Chainsmokers. If you want something extra special there are a range of VIP Options, ranging from 17,000 baht for a VIP couch to 80,000 baht for Super VIP area, with a perfect view of the huge DJ booth, your own balcony for you and your crew, dedicated staff to cater for you and even your own private toilet
Crowd: Mostly dressed up locals and a few foreigners
Opening Hours: 21:00-late
Location: Royal City Avenue (RCA), Block A, close to the Rama 9 Road entrance.
Entry: TBH500, Changes depending on the night or event. If you opt for a group bottle, inform them on the door so they will waive the 300 baht entry fee
#3 Route 66
Route 66 is Bangkok Nightclubs which is down-to-earth, normal clubbing in Bangkok. It is really big, with several rooms including an EDM zone, a hip-hop room, and a live music area. It has become more popular with expats because it is always crowded and easy for meeting people.
There are two rooms for guests to choose from. On the right hand side is the Hip Hop Zone, playing the best of hip hop, dance pop and R’n’B, while on the left-hand side a roster of accomplished bands take to the stage to play a range of Western and Thai hits – everything from 70s American soul music, to the latest Thai chart, hit
Music: Hip Hop / Trance / Live Band
Crowd: The crowd is middle to upper class
Opening Hours: 20:00 – 02:00
Entry Fee: Free for Thai Citizens, foreigners 400 baht
#4 Live RCA
The club puts the emphasis more on the live dance music; this means international DJs, an impressive sound and LED light system, and, most importantly – a huge dance floor that gets packed out during their special events. Music wise, it’s heavily EDM and house focused; they’ve already welcomed some big-name international DJs such as Paris Blohm, Fritz Kalkbrenner, Yves V, and Moonbootica.
Crowd: All depends on the night!
Music: House and EDM – depends on the event
Opening Hours: Fri/Sat 20:00-02:00
Location: Live RCA Bangkok, RCA, Rama 9 Rd. Bangkok, Thailand (Close to Tops Supermarket at the Petchburi Rd. entrance)
Telephone: +66(0)86 860 0808
#5 Sing Sing Theater, Maggie Choo’s and Iron Fairies
Those 3 bar-clubs are similar as they all have a world-class design, a chic expat crowd, good cocktails, and non-commercial music.
Music: Vocal House on weekends/hip-hop on Sundays
Crowd: A Sophisticated mix of trendsetters and expats
Opening Hours: 20:00-02:00
Location: Sukhumvit Soi 45
BTS: Phrom Phong
Telephone: +66 (0) 9 7285 6888
Maggie Choo’s serves food and drinks along with daily performances of live bands playing various music genres as well as DJs spinning. Table reservations are recommended.
It’s located in the basement level of our hotel. Guests staying at Novotel Bangkok Fenix Silom can easily reach this bar by walking a few steps.
Address: 3320 SILOM ROAD, BANGRAK BANGKOK, THAILAND 10500
Hours: Open today · 7:30PM–3AM
Phone: +66 91 772 2144
Website: Maggie Choo’s
Iron Fairies Bar
After you pass the “coolness” of the place discussion – clad from floor to ceiling in a wacky fantasy decor filled with fairies made of steel, tapered helical staircases leading to nowhere, bottles of ‘potions’ and ‘fairy dust’ lining the walls, heavy wooden beams, stuff made from leather and dark shimmery fabric, secret rooms, hidden doors, and a general mood of Medieval magic – words of praise also surfaced for one of the best burgers in the city, innovative cocktails, and the regular swinging jazz musicians.
Opening Hours: 18:00 – 02:00
Location: 394 Thonglor Road, Sukhumvit 55, Bangkok
BTS: Thong Lor Tel: +66 (0) 2714 8875
Website: Iron Fairies
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