What to Do in Patong Beach at Night?
- What to Do in Patong Beach at Night?
- Rooftop Bars
- 1. Kee Sky Lounge
- 2. Andaman Sky Lounge
- Where to Party in Patong?
- 1. Bangla Road
- 2. Illuzion Night Club
- 3. White Room
- 4. Sugar Club
- 5. Kudo Beach Club
- Shows and Live Bands
- 1. New York Live Music Bar
- 2. Hard Rock Cafe
- 3. Simon Cabaret Show
- Shopping and Night Markets
- 1. Jungceylon
- 2. Malin Plaza Night Market
- 3. Otop Market
- Go-Go Bars of Phuket
- 1. Suzy Wong’s A Go Go
- 2. Harem Bar
- 3. Devil’s Playground
- Paradise Complex Gay Street
- 10 Tips to Spot a Ladyboy in Phuket
- 10 Fun Ways to PARTY in Patong
- Party and Hangover Drinks
- FAQs about Patong Nightlife
Patong Nightlife in Phuket is famous the world around for being colourful and carefree. It has evolved a lot to reach every traveller type and is not as rowdy as Pattaya or Bangkok. During the high season (November to May), Nightlife is vibrant in most beach towns. Patong is lively and colourful until 2 am (officially), but often past 4 am.
Nightlife in Patong features great nightclubs hosting international DJs, fancy rooftop bars, more live bands than you need, and ladyboy shows that defy your imagination. You might even be tempted to have a look inside those notorious go-go bars at least once.
Where to Party in Patong?
Past sunset, Patong Beach turns itself into a gigantic party town. And since not everyone enjoys the same type of party, there are many ways to enjoy the night, from rooftop bars to international nightclubs. Below are some of the best-known places, but walk around, and you will find an incredible array of bars and clubs.
1. Bangla Road
Soi Bangla or Bangla Road is the heart of all Phuket Nightlife, and the battle for night supremacy is raging between Soi Seadragon and the new Tiger complex. Over the years, the centre of interest has been moving up and down Bangla road depending on seasons and popularity, but the ever-changing face of Patong nightlife is worth a look. Of course, wherever you go in Bangla, friendly ladies will call you with a big smile and encourage you to have a drink and play a few silly bar games; everyone is welcome. Read more
3. White Room
4. Sugar Club
Shows and Live Bands
Live bands are everywhere in Patong, and thankfully, the sound and skills have improved a lot in recent years. It’s a fierce competition, but not everyone can afford a great band, and some venues would do better concentrating on their food. The best live bars are, without a doubt, New York Music Bar and the famous Hard Rock Cafe.
The concept of Go-Go Bars in Soi Bangla doesn’t vary much between places. It always rotates around a few standard features. So what happens in there? At the centre of the room is an elevated stage with stainless poles, surrounded by stools. Sofas and small tables are lined up around the room, sometimes on two levels, and they play loud music with flashing colourful lights. Read more
Suzy Wong’s is already an icon of Soi Bangla nightlife, and you can’t go to Patong without visiting them. They gave a great deal of effort to the new bar facade with its bright red Chinese decoration and massive door. Despite being the last bar in the Soi Seadragon, you won’t walk by without being intrigued. But go-go bars are not only about beautiful facades, so you’ll ask what makes this one any different from any other go-go bar? Read more
2. Harem Bar
Harem Lounge is the most luxurious bar in Phuket, with plush red velvet sofas and curtains all around, two main stages with four smaller platforms on each side. The place feels cosy and intimate, and the staffs are beautiful. Just like this wasn’t enough to make you want to visit, Harem is also the most extensive bar since it occupies the space that used to be Playschool and Candy Club. Read more
From the famous Suzy Wong owner in the same Soi Seadragon, Devil’s Playground ‘raise the bar’ of Go-Go bars to a new level. Right from the outside, you can tell that this is not just the usual dull dark room with a central stage and few stools around. Built like a cave entrance with a large castle door, you’ll be welcome to hell by a pretty cute devil with a tiny red skirt and some flashing red horns. Admission is free so let your curiosity take over this time; you always wanted to know what happens ‘Inside a Go-Go Bar‘, so why not do it in style. Read more
Other Nightlife Stories
Paradise Complex Gay Street
For almost twenty years, the Phuket Gay party zone’s heart has been beating in the Paradise complex in Patong Beach. I don’t know if the fancy name had any influence on the choice of location, but it’s effortless to find, right at the foot of the ‘Paradise Hotel’, a 24-floor tower standing in the centre of Patong like a lighthouse, well you get the picture. There used to be an impressive gay festival, but it stopped in 2017. Read more
Is that lady you are chatting with not a bit too good to be true? Tall, slim, pretty to die for, big assets and sexy. Ah-ah! You fell for it! She’s a Ladyboy! So here are 10 tips for you not to be fooled next time.
So what is a ladyboy is a transvestite that is considered by others as a ‘woman’. They often look very feminine and get a lot of attention, look at some of the places where they perform their little act of ‘look at me! I’m more feminine than your wife’. Read more
Where to Party in Phuket? Everyone expects something different from his holiday, but everyone wants to see the best of it in a minimum amount of time and (almost) everyone wants to PARTY! Here are 10 fun ways to party wild in Phuket, don’t take it too seriously. This is not a Top 10 that would suit everyone, just 10 Fun Party Tips we would recommend to my visiting friends. The list could go on and on, but these are a good start. Read more
Energy drinks are part of the daily landscape of Thailand. Convenience stores always dedicate several fridge shelves to those tiny bottles. Do they work? That might depend on which brand, but mostly that will rely on you. If you are an Italian espresso drinker like us, that might give you a mild boost; for some, it’s an all night long kerosene. If you don’t know what these tiny bottles are, you might want to memorise some of the names! ‘Energy Drinks’ are used as mixers to help you party through the whole night, while ‘Hangover Drinks’ make the day after less miserable. Better safe than sorry! Read more