A beach club in Patong

KUDO Beach Club is a popular venue in Phuket, with a unique location on the beach of Patong; it has all the ingredients to be a popular party place on the island. Phuket was once famous for its beach clubs, but most disappeared overnight. The trend is back with this attractive new addition.

Kudo Beach Club

The main success factor is probably the strategic location, right in the centre part of the famous Patong Beach, just a few meters away from the end of the equally renowned Bangla road, known as Phuket party street. If you walk down Bangla road, turn right until you reach Patong Surf House and aim for the beach.

Kudo Beach Club is right on the sand, where the Patong Bay Garden resort used to be. The club has a well-sized swimming pool, 2 bars, a beautiful large sitting area, and even a few restaurants.

We tried it twice, and it’s a perfect place during the day to enjoy a cold drink sitting on a comfortable sofa, lunch or dinner on the beachfront. The music during the day is soft and just right to create a holiday atmosphere and gets louder in the evening as the party starts.

The menu is quite extensive and well-priced, considering the location. A soft drink costs 100 baht, a Chang, Singha or Tiger 140 baht, and a San Miguel, or Heineken 160 baht. Cocktails rotate around 290 baht. All the prices are ++ (which is the standard way to say ‘+7% government tax and 10% service charged)

KUDO Beach Club Photos

KUDO Beach Club Info

Location: Patong Beach
Address: 33/1 Patong Beach Road, Patong beach, Phuket 83150
Open: 10 am – Midnight
Phone: 098 024 6369
Contact: https://www.facebook.com/KudoBeachClub/

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Willy Thuan
Born in France a long long time ago, I started to travel the world early and never stopped until I settled in Thailand in 1994. Then for the past 27 years, my passion for photography and my natural curiosity has taken me to every corner of Thailand, jumping frequently between Bangkok and Phuket and basically everywhere I could go. I run Phuket101.net and manage large international online travel guides.