Clubs in Bangkok – They Know How to Party
Bangkok is fabled for its nightlife, which is wild and rowdy, but at the same time safe, enjoyable and a great fun too. The city has established itself as Asia’s hottest destination featuring almost everything a fun-loving tourist may imagine. Live music shows, bustling jazz clubs, trendy discotheques and hi-fi bars, the city is filled, to its maximum capacity, with nightlife options thronged by masses of youths, both the tourists as well as the locals. Every year, millions of backpackers from across the world opt for Bangkok tour packages, and visit this city to explore an amazing nightlife.
Clubbing in Bangkok is a mundane action enrolled by a large number of people. Visiting to Bangkok’s night clubs ensures having hours of funs and delights. Even with tight closing regulations, these clubs know how to party. Clubs in Bangkok are enormously available in varied price ranges to cater travelers of every mood and budget. However, a well-conducted research on their charges, reputation and exact location can put you ease and let you enjoy the party to its maximum.
Khao San Road Clubs: ‘Pulsating, diverse and exhilarating’, these are the words which best describe the clubs at Khao San Road. This road is lined up with some of Bangkok’s most vibrant clubs. From underground music lounge at Lava’s to roof-top bar of Gazebo’s, you would have a handful of options to choose from. Top Khao San Road’s clubs are:
• Gazebo, 44 Chakrapong Road
• Immortal, 249 Khao San Road
• Lava Club, 249 Khao San Road
• The Club Culture, Rajdamnoen Klang
• The Club, 123 Khao San Road
RCA Clubs: The epicenter of Bangkok’s clubbing scene, RCA has officially been designated as a nightlife zone in the city. Most of the clubs here cater to Thai clientele – usually the university students and office workers visit here, though a considerable number of foreigners can also be seen enjoying nights at RCA clubs. The most popular clubs here are Route 66, Slim, Inch and Overtone Music Cave, which are packed almost every night.
Sukhumvit Clubs: Sukhumvit is perhaps the most popular area for night doses of fun in Bangkok. The area is jam packed with an array of clubs, and a safe sophisticated playground for both locals as well as foreigners. Iconic establishments for club-lovers here include Bed Supper Club, Q Bar, Escudo, Glow and Thonglore, which are truly worth your time and money.
In addition to above mentioned areas, Siam & Ploennchit and Silom also offer plenty of options for clubbers to choose from. So, next time on your tour to Bangkok, make visit to some of these wonderful nightlife options, and have endless of funs and pleasure. However, you can make a trip to Pattaya for having night gratifications.
Aanchal Gupta - About Author:
Author of the article is professionally attached with Hungry Bags that is leading travel portal in India offering a Bangkok tour package to let the tourists have a comfortable Bangkok tour and trip to Pattaya.
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