Even COVID didn’t manage to stop the best clubs in Bangkok.
Arguably, Bangkok nightclubs have never been so diverse and so interesting.
So if you’re new here, or you want to learn more about the new clubs that just opened up in Bangkok, here’s a complete list of the best nightclubs for you.
From the iconic Sukhumvit Soi 11 to the trendy Thonglor/Ekamai area and all the way to Ratchada, here are all the clubs in Bangkok you need to know.
Now the question is, where are you going tonight?
- What are the Best Clubs in Bangkok Right Now?
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- All the Nightclubs in Bangkok by Area
What are the Best Clubs in Bangkok Right Now?
Hard to say which club in Bangkok is the best for you, but based on our guests’ feedback and our experience, here are the top 10 clubs in the city:
Top 10 Nightclubs in Bangkok in 2021
The Best Hip Hop Clubs in Bangkok
For all the Hip Hop, Rap, and Trap fans out there, the best clubs in Bangkok are:
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All the Nightclubs in Bangkok by Area
Here are all the clubs open right now in Bangkok, post-COVID, sorted by area.
Sukhumvit Soi 11
No matter what some people say, Sukhumvit Soi 11 is still going strong.
The 3 main clubs in Soi 11 (Sugar, Levels, and Insanity) are amongst the few late-night clubs in Bangkok that will usually stay open after 2am.
The King of clubs.
With its new venue Soi 11, Insanity really improved the club’s image, service, and entertainment.
They now have world-class performers and DJs every night.
The club is huge, full of standing tables in the middle, VIPs in the corners, and packed with beautiful girls.
Like Insanity, Levels is better than ever and remain packed all the time.
With singers, dancers, international DJs, tons of girls, and a really VIP vibe, Levels is perfect for those who are more into commercial music than electro/house/EDM.
Hip Hop only in the middle of Sukhumvit soi 11.
From old school classics to the new trap bangers, Sugar is without a doubt the place to be in Bangkok for every Hip Hop, Rap, Trap, and RnB fan.
Outside of Soi 11, Sing Sing is still the best club on Sukhumvit, even if Bobo is trying to steal its rich and affluent clientele.
Regarding the underground scene, Mustache and GLOW are still the best clubs to avoid the EDM craze and dance to the best Techno and House music.
Sing Sing Theater
Designed like an ancient Chinese opera, Sing Sing is unlike any other club you’ve been to in your life.
Everything is amazing at Sing Sing Theater. The shows, the service, the cocktails, the girls, and the vibe.
Don’t take our word for it. Go give it a try. You’re not gonna be disappointed.
This small high-end club located on the ground floor of Hyatt Regency, on the corner of Sukhumvit 13, is one of the most exciting places to party at the moment.
There are not many tables, VIPs don’t even have seats, but that doesn’t stop their elegant crowd of Hi-So and wealthy expats to pop Champagne bottles all night.
Bangkok most popular underground club relocated to the heart of Sukhumvit soi 13 at the beginning of 2021.
Techno and House fans can now enjoy their excellent lineup of DJs without having to go all the way to Ratchada.
GLOW is the oldest underground club in Bangkok. If you can’t stand Spotify’s Top 50 songs, and you’re more into House, Techno, Trance, Acid, and all those alternatives music that don’t go mainstream, GLOW is the club for you.
Thonglor / Ekamai
Thonglor and Ekamai are more than ever the places to be for late nights and party with wealthy (not always young) Thais.
For a while, DEMO and DND reigned supreme on the nightlife in the area until Barbarbar and Babyface came to shake things up.
For Hip Hop lovers, the new Penta club opened by the most popular DJ crew, Bangkok Invaders, is now the place to be.
Babyface is the latest addition to Ekamai nightlife.
This new club brings a similar vibe as Onyx to the area and attracts the same young Asian clientele in love with EDM music.
Located in Arena 10 in Thonglor 10, Barbarbar always has an incredible DJ lineup that will please EDM and Electro lovers. But be ready to pay more if you’re a foreigner.
A few meters from Barbarbar is DEMO, one of the oldest clubs in the area.
With Hip Hop in one room, and EDM and House in the other, this small club attracts a wild crowd of young Thais every night of the week.
Don’t forget your ID. The security is ruthless.
DND (Do Not Disturb)
Another small club in Ekamai with a really cool vibe and a young and wild Thai mob. Get there early or book in advance if you want a table.
The music can be anything from EDM, to Thai singers, or K Pop, depending on their events.
Created by Bangkok Invaders, Thailand’s most renowned Hip Hop DJ crew, the small hip-hop club is the best of its kind in Ekamai.
BEAM is the perfect balance between commercial and underground music in the middle of Thonglor.
De Commune is for those fed up with mainstream music.
This club doesn’t have any resident acts. Instead, it’s a place where all artists can come to perform.
That’s why events there can be anything from local live bands to international drum and bass DJs. And anything in between.
Check their events on Facebook to know what’s on.
Violett brings Techno/House and Trap events to the heart of Thonglor. Keep an eye on their exciting and unique event lineup.
Despite losing ground to Thonglor and Ekamai in the last years, RCA is still one of the busiest places at night in Bangkok.
The street is full of great bars and restaurants, but it’s the 2 huge clubs, Route66 and Onyx, that attract a big crowd of young and Hi-So Thais every night of the week.
Route66 is one, if not the biggest, club in Bangkok. It pleases everyone with its 3 rooms with live bands, EDM, and Hip Hop. It’s also home to some of the wildest parties in Bangkok.
The best club in Bangkok according to DJ Mag.
Onyx is one of the most beautiful clubs in Bangkok, playing EDM ony and packed with Hi-So Thais and wealthy expats.
Silom / Sathorn
Silom and Sathorn might have only 3 big clubs, you can find everything you need there.
The Club at Koi
The Club at Koi wants to provide the most upscale clubbing experience in Bangkok with its luxury design and impressive 39th-floor view over the city.
The club has an incredible lineup of DJs and events and, without a doubt, the most beautiful crowd in this part of the city.
Maggie Choo’s is Sing Sing sister club in Silom. Both have been designed with the same ancient Chinese vibe, and draw a wealthy and elegant Hi-So crowd.
Safe House / Whiteline
Silom is now also welcoming House, Deep House, and Electro at Safe House, the secret club inside Whiteline.
If you’re in search of a late-night club, Siam has what you need.
Mixx Bangkok is one of the few after-hours clubs in Bangkok, which usually closes at 4am.
It’s a big club with 2 rooms. One with house and trance music and the other with Hip Hop/Commercial music. Both stuffed with beautiful and friendly girls.
If you want to see how ridiculous Thai clubs can be, head to Ratchada.
Ratchada is once again home to the biggest nightclub in Bangkok.
With a capacity of over 2,000 people and a sound and light system that can easily compete with major music festivals, TopOne is welcoming you to its spaceship-like club for a night out of this world.
What is the legal age to get into clubs in Thailand?
You need to be at least 20 to get in clubs in Thailand. Always have an ID with you (passport, national ID card, driving license…). Most clubs accept copies on the phone but not all of them.
What is the dress code for clubs in Bangkok?
The dress code for most clubs in Bangkok is smart casual. For guys, no tank top, shorts, sportswear, swimwear, open shoes, flip flops… For girls, no beachwear, no sportswear, anything casual is fine. Sneakers are fine.
And if you’re new to Bangkok, read our guide of Bangkok nightlife to know where to go.