Chiang Mai and Environs Nightlife

This being Thailand, Chiang Mai has its share of Bangkok-style hostess bars. If you don't want to be hassled, there are also dozens of places where you can grab a beer and listen to live music. Many restaurants, such as the Good View, double as bars later in the evening.

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Babylon

  • Music Clubs

A rough, unnamed alleyway off Ratchaphakinai Road is a magnet for local night owls, who nightly pack the dozen or so open-air or open-sided...

Brasserie

  • Music Clubs

Brasserie has moved from its riverside site to a new location on the edge of the Old City. Otherwise, nothing has changed and star guitarist...

Empress Hotel lobby bar

  • Dance Clubs

The stylish Empress Hotel lobby bar has live music most nights. ...

Gallery

  • Music Clubs

The Gallery has a café-bar adjacent to its restaurant where some of the city's best jazz can be heard Thursday to Sunday nights. ...

Horizon Club

  • Dance Clubs

The centrally-located Horizon Club, in the basement of the Central Duang Tawan Hotel, is a popular local night spot. ...

Hot Shots

  • Dance Clubs

If you prefer to remain anonymously unobtrusive on the disco floor, then Hot Shots is the place to be, where the spotlights pierce the...

Kantoke Palace

  • Themed Entertainment

An ever-popular place for khantoke is Kantoke Palace. ...

Khum Khantoke

  • Themed Entertainment

Among the best of places offering khantoke is the sumptuously templelike Khum Khantoke. ...

Monkey Club

  • Dance Clubs

The Monkey Club has a large, shady garden, packed most nights with young Thais, and an indoor music stage and bar. ...

North Gate

  • Music Clubs

Jazz aficionados call Chiang Mai Thailand's New Orleans, and some say it offers better quality music at lower prices than Bangkok. The...

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