Exploring the Bangkok Nightclubs’ Scene
The Bangkok nightlife is a vibrant and colorful scene, with entertainment venues that range from wholesome to adult. If you prefer to just party all night rather than watch sleazy performances from naked bar girls, there are plenty of Bangkok nightclubs that you can choose from. There are those that are built with proximity to one another, and those that are set apart from the rest.
Bangkok dance clubs are legendary. Although they are no longer open from sun down until sun up, they still provide locals and tourists alike a place to party and to be a part of the crowd. Along with newer mega clubs and Bangkok discos, are modern music that the young and hip generation loves.
Ku De Ta
Located in Sathorn, Ku De Ta is one of the world famous and elegant Bangkok dance clubs, known for its stylish venue and hip atmosphere. Depending on the night, the music played can vary from house to party pop.
This place is often frequented by expats, internationalized Thais, and tourists. It is open from 8 p.m. until 2 a.m. Dress code applies.
Experience world class party in Insanity nightclub in Sukhumvit! It is one of those Bangkok discos known for its bass-heavy house and all-week EDM music.
It has an impressive main room, complete with sound system, lasers, sexy podium dancers, and a central stage for anyone who wants to show off their dance moves. It is open starting at 9 p.m.
Levels Club & Lounge
Among the Bangkok nightclubs, the Levels Club & Lounge is where tourists and Thais converge and party on to funky beats, R&B hits, and techno.
The club has two club rooms, rooftop lounge, a terrace, main room and a rear “box” that cater to all party goers but play different music. Entrance is free, which accounts for its huge crowd. It is open from 9 p.m. to 3 a.m.
Route 66 Club RCA
Route 66 in Royal City Avenue is one of those Bangkok nightclubs that is not only for dancing but also has a live band. It is a favorite among young Thais and a few tourists. Although there are other bars and clubs nearby, Route 66 is often the first choice.
Be aware that the scene is typically Thai-style clubbing where people comes in, purchase a bottle of whiskey, and then find a nice spot where they will stay for the rest of the night. It opens at 8 p.m. until 2 a.m. Thais come in for free, but foreigners come in for a fee.
Similar to other sophisticated Bangkok dance clubs, CM2 has an international live music and dance scene that are sometimes provided by celebrity DJs, local and otherwise. When a live band is on stage, they also play dance tunes. CM2 is known to have the biggest dance floor in the city, which is what every partygoer is looking for.
There are plenty of other Bangkok dance clubs that you will easily find around the city. Just make sure to call in advance if a dress code is imposed to avoid being turned away.