Nightlife in Pattaya: Best Bars, Clubs, & More

Nightlife in Pattaya
Nightlife in Pattaya

Nightlife in Pattaya: The beach town of Pattaya in Thailand is famous (or infamous, depending on whom you ask) for its dark activities. When Pattaya’s neon signs start burning, tourists know they are in for a wild night out as they hop from bar to club to cabaret.

Be that as it may, you will find something to suit your taste in Pattaya’s soi after dark. Looking for a cheap lager? Soi 6’s beer bar will have you covered. Gay Bar More Your Vibe? Off to Pattayaland with you.

And you don’t have to go far to see (and drink) your fill: The nightlife scene in Pattaya covers a relatively small area, so you can party as hard as you want without wasting time on the trip.

There are over 80 establishments on Walking Street alone, so if you’re a first-time visitor, the night is cut out for you. To help you out, we have compiled a brief list of the best nightlife spots in Pattaya below.

Nightlife in Pattaya: Best Bars, Clubs, & More


Pattaya’s bar scene ranges from dirt-cheap “beer bars” to dazzling rooftop bars overlooking the city’s gorgeous skyline. Most Pattaya bars have a bell hanging – if you ring the bell, you’re announcing that you’re buying everyone a drink. Some of the top bars include:

  • Pattaya Beer Garden: This is hardly typical of Pattaya’s beer bars, given both its sheer size (room for 350 punters) and excellent location at the entrance to the beach and Walking Street. But it has almost everything you could want for a great night out on the cheap: great food, cheap drinks, even a boxing ring for Muay Thai matches!
  • Gulliver’s: Visually separated by its London Underground-inspired sign and a red Cadillac affixed to its exterior wall, the Gulliver’s (or “Red Car Bar”) is a pub-style feel with pool tables, a dance floor, and a spacious central provides. Rod.
  • Ice Cube, V20 Cocktail Bar: The coldest place in Pattaya may also be the hottest: a refrigerated room permanently set to 12.2 °F (-11 °C), which is better for enjoying its chilled vodka shots it happens. The establishment offers toasty parka coats if you come in underdress against the cold.
  • Horizon Bar, Hilton Pattaya: Set yourself up quickly—literally—from street level in Pattaya as you enjoy 360-degree views of the ocean beyond Pattaya and the 34th floor of Hilton Pattaya. Horizon’s atmosphere is a bit more dignified than other bars – so remember to prepare the portion.


There’s a dance floor with your name on it: Go to any of the nightclubs on this list to boogie with old friends or with new acquaintances. Most nightclubs will not charge for admission, but they will compensate for this with expensive drinks at the bar. Dance all night long to one of these favorites:

  • Mix Discotheque: One of Pattaya’s most luxurious nightclubs, Mixx Discotheque offers an expansive 9,600 square feet of floor space, divided into hip-hop and R&B Zone Rouge Club and House and trance-playing Crystal Palace. The plush interiors and Russian dancers make Mixx one of the most exclusive nightclubs in the city.
  • Candy Shop: You can’t miss this as it is the only fully open club along Walking Street. If you don’t feel like having fun on the candy shop’s dance floor, you can enjoy casual drinks at the Mediterranean-themed bar or the occasional live performance.
  • Club Insomnia: World-class DJs, mind-blowing laser light shows, and unrestrained energy make Club Insomnia an absolute must-visit for the dedicated club in Pattaya. A large dance floor, interrupted by stages for coyote dancers, provides ample room for guests to let loose as the EDM track flows.
  • 808 Club Pattaya: The tiered venue surrounding the brightly lit bar may not be the most conducive place for dancing, but the modern interiors, magical laser light effects, and pulsating EDM tracks make 808 one of the hottest nightclubs on Walking Street. Huh.

Live Music

Pattaya is a favorite destination for bands traveling from all over Asia, thanks to classic rock and pop fans who flock to the city’s live music venues after dark. Visit these places to enjoy Pattaya’s go-go bars and nightclubs in a more relaxed manner.

  • Hard Rock Café Pattaya: You’ll know it’s the real thing from the giant guitar signage and pop memorabilia mounted on the walls. The house band plays impeccable rock and indie covers to keep the party going.
  • Cave: When he said “we’ll shake you,” he meant it: The cave interiors are literally a cave, complete with cave paintings on the platform walls. The house band plays excellent rock covers and takes requests.
  • Hot Tuna Bar: Nothing fancy here, just a very skilled band doing impeccable covers, as patrons enjoy their cold beers during the music. The establishment is open to the front, so you can sit outside and enjoy the music.
  • The Stones House: One of the larger live music venues in Pattaya, the two-level Stone House showcases two different bands each night, playing both Thai and Western pop and rock music. Monthly Thai Superstar music festivals feature prominent local performing artists.

Cabaret Shows

Kathoey (also known locally as “ladyboy”) is a fixture of Thailand’s nightlife; Pattaya’s cabaret show features the cutest local kathoey in a show-stopping extravaganza. Pattaya cabaret shows are more showy than sexy, and its gender-bending stars aim to entertain and not titillate.

  • Alcazar Cabaret Show: Several times each evening, a 70-minute pageant unfolds in the Alcazar’s 1,200-seat theater—400-person performers deliver a spirited song and dance performance with state-of-the-art Las Vegas music and lighting. Wait
  • Tiffany’s Cabaret Show: More than 40 years after its first show, Tiffany’s Cabaret Show has defined the kathoey cabaret experience for the rest of Thailand. Three nights of shows, each one featuring spectacular costumes and showstopping dance numbers, all take place at Tiffany’s Grand Theater.


Thailand’s major festivals unfold in the country’s cooler, drier months—allowing festival-goers to party without worrying about rain or heatstroke!

  • Maya Music Festivals: Held for two days every February, Maya music festivals meet the western house, trance, and pop with Thai cultural touchstones, all in an open space approximately 7 miles east of Pattaya. The Star of the show: is the monkey god Hanuman, whose giant LED-lit face roams the stage.
  • Pattaya Music Festival: This annual March festival is primarily targeted at locals, with over a hundred Thai rock, pop, and indie groups performing on four stages on Pattaya’s beaches. More than 100,000 festivals take part in this festival annually.
  • Wonderfruit Festival: Held every December near Pattaya, Wonderfruit combines Asian and Western music, art, and culture into a single event that lasts for five days. The daring yet eco-sustainable stage area plays host to a diverse lineup of musical acts and on the shore, there are seminars on topics ranging from ceramic making to orangutan conservation.

Tips for Going Out in Pattaya (Nightlife in Pattaya)

  • If you’re not living anywhere near walking distance to Walking Street, your transportation options in Pattaya are limited to songthaew or “baht bus” pickup trucks/buses that follow predetermined routes; motorbike taxis that have a terrible safety reputation; And taxis, which can be very expensive to take. Motorbike taxis are always present at closing times, although they can drive up prices drastically at that time.
  • Time your visit for the cold, dry months of November through February. While this is the peak season for tourism, Pattaya’s weather is very pleasant at this time of year, with only occasional rain and cool breezes.
  • You may meet very friendly ladies at some bars, and you will be gently pressured to buy them drinks. Buyer beware: “lady drinks”, as they are called, are often extremely expensive, as the girl gets a cut of the benefits. At most go-go bars, patrons who refuse to buy female drinks are ignored by the bar staff.
  • While Pattaya is generally safe for tourists, watch out for snatch thefts and pickpocketing when you’re out and about. Drink spiking has also been known to occur, mostly administered by petty criminals in hopes of robbing male tourists blind. If you experience crime for the first time in Pattaya, you can call the tourist police on 1155, or look for a patrol (they’re always on it).

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