You’ll miss out big time if you don’t check out these 5 Bangkok nightclubs

There’s no place like Bangkok when it comes to nightlife. The City of Angels is packed with buzzing excitement seven nights a week. With so many hot spots to choose from – from EDM-dedicated clubs with vibrating kinetic dance floors to fantastical venues with theatrical dancers – Bangkok really is the place to be on a Friday night, or any night for that matter (you deserve it, my friend). As testament to the city’s abundance of party options, here are five of Bangkok’s hottest nightclubs that will definitely make your hangover worthwhile.

Beam

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Having only just launched this year, Beam has become one of the most talked about clubs in Bangkok. Equipped with state of the art visual and sound equipments and top-notch decor, Beam is frequented by hot DJs from all over the world. It’s also home to Asia’s first “body kinetic” dance floor. For those who are not familiar, the dance floor vibrates according to the rhythm, therefore dancers would literally be able to feel the beat of the music below their feet as they move.

Raving hours: Wednesday to Saturday 8pm-2am

Find it: 72 Courtyard, 1 Fl, 77 Sukhumvit Soi 55 (Thonglor), Bangkok

Sing Sing Theater

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Designed by Ashley Sutton, the same brilliant mind behind Novotel’s exotic underground bar, Maggie Choo’s, Sing Sing Theater has made its mark as one of the most creative concept clubs in Bangkok. This ambitious venue, which closely resembles a Chinese brothel, pays homage to Eastern aesthetics, with its multitude of lanterns and dragon decor. To add to the excitement, guests are greeted with ‘Muses’ or girls dressed in traditional Chinese Qipao, as well as burlesque routines every now and then. Even the cocktails are fantasised, as anything from a mojito to their signature ‘Cabinet Escape’ is served from a vintage bird cage.

Raving hours: Tuesday to Sunday 9pm-2am

Find it: Sing Sing, Sukhumvit Soi 45, Bangkok

Onyx

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It’s established that Onyx is the Mecca of EDM. Inspired by Singapore’s Zouk, the venue is the first in Bangkok to capture the big-room club style popular in EDM-cities like Ibiza, Berlin and Seoul. With a gigantic 2,000-capacity multi-level main room, Onyx witnesses the best of EDM perform on a weekly basis. The club’s Main Room has opened its doors for the likes of Manse, Deorro, Freddie Le Grand, Showtek and The Chainsmokers. But most importantly, its crowd is often treated with surprise visits from dry ice cannons, confetti bombs and laser shows.

Raving hours: Everyday 8pm-2am

Find it: RCA (Royal City Avenue), Soi Soonvijai, Rama 9 Road, Bangkok

CÉ LA VI

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Formerly known as Ku De Ta, Cé La Vi is definitely one of Bangkok’s most high-profile nightclubs. As part of the global chain of lavish lounges, Cé La Vi Bangkok holds the same level of sophistication as its cousin locations in Hong Kong and Saint Tropez, from its distinguished VIP service to world-class mixologists. In the heart of Bangkok’s business district, on the top two floors of Sathorn Square Building, guests are treated with an uninterrupted cityscape view of the city overlooking the great Chao Phraya river.

Raving hours: Tuesday to Thursday 6pm-3am, Friday to Saturday 9pm-3am

Find it: Sathorn Square Tower, 39 Fl, 98 North Sathorn Road, Silom, Bangkok

Grease

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If there’s one nightclub that caters to all in Bangkok, Grease is the word. The Sukhumvit venue is known for its all-in-one hangover package, comprising of four levels designed to deliver guests unique late-night pursuits: wine bar (1 fl), futuristic LED dance floor (2 fl), mellow live music bar (3 fl) and rooftop shisha bar (4 fl). As for the music, Grease entices the crowd with everything from dubstep to D&B to easy-listening Thai pop, all ranging between floors.

Raving hours: Monday to Saturday 6pm-2am

Find it: Grease, Piman 49, 46/12-13 Sukhumvit Soi 49, Bangkok

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