Top 10 Nightlife in Phuket
Most Popular Nightlife in Phuket
Patong is the undisputed nightlife centre of Phuket. From nine o’clock onwards nightly the town is buzzing and doesn’t stop until the wee hours (and longer depending where you look).
Bangla Road in Patong is the epicentre of the action and where you will find the biggest clubs, the craziest ‘bar beers’ and the fruitiest shows. However other areas such as Rat-U-Thit Road and Beach Road have lively night venues with good bands.
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1Soi Bangla Central Patong
Stroll along Bangla Road at round midnight and you’ll wonder if you’re an extra in a phantasmagorical movie or not. Anything goes along Bangla and that includes boys that love girls who love girls who are boys, ping pong shows without a table-tennis paddle, clubs with pounding beats. Taken with a sense of humour it’s a barrel of laughs. Read More...2Night Clubs Soi Bangla and Beach Road
The biggest clubbing names in Patong are Famous, Seduction, The Factory and Beach Road’s Banana. Big-name DJs occasionally drop by such as David Morales, DJ Bert Bevans, Judge Jools and Thailand’s very own Nakadia to rock these places but at the end of the day (literally) many clubs in Patong are glorified pickup joints. Read More...
Again, Patong is the centre of live music on the island with Rock City hosting heavy metal tribute bands, Tai Pan, cover bands and Margarita’s mixing sports coverage with live music. In Phuket Town the places to head to are Rockin’Angels and Timber Hut – both along Yaowarat Road. You’re not going to come across innovative live music in Phuket but there are some hot acts out there. Read More...4Simon Cabaret Sirirat Road, Patong
If you’re into sequins, heavy makeup and boys who look more like girls than girls do, Simon Cabaret is the place for you. A Phuket institution, it started out in a single shop-house and has grown exponentially over the years into its presentday form as a transvestite/transgender extravaganza. Read More...5Phuket FantaSea Kamala
An intoxicating blend of legend, myth, imagination and pure show business with a twist of history thrown in to make the final result even spicier, Phuket FantaSea is a heady brew that fascinates visitors to Phuket. FantaSea is also a theme park and has one of the largest buffets in Asia. Wheelchair friendly. Read More...6Thai Boxing Patong Beach
Often exhilarating and always riveting, Muay Thai - or Thai Boxing - is the most intensive body contact sport in the world. Patong has two Thai boxing venues, one on Soi Sai Namyen that has shows every Monday and Thursday and at Bangla Boxing Stadium behind Jungceylon which features fights on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. Read More...7Gay Phuket Patong Beach
The streets leading to Royal Paradise Phuket are almost all taken over by gay bars, restaurants, and massage parlours. Some of the leading gay bars are The Flying Handbag, Boat Bar, Kar and Dempsey’s has an A-Go-Go show. Connect Guesthouse is a good place to check out if you’re seeking information on the gay scene in Phuket. Read More...
High on Kata Hill overlooking Kata Noi Beach you’ll find three very similar bars called After Beach, Small Viewpoint and Baan Chom. They all play Bob Marley music and they all have fantastic sunset views. At the southern end of Kata Beach stands the Ska Bar - a lovely place to spend a starry night sipping on a cool one and listening to the sound of breaking waves and reggae music. Read More...9Siam Niramit Phuket Phuket Town
Siam Niramit Phuket is a tastefully done cultural extravaganza that adds variety and vitality to the island’s entertainment scene. Perfectly located just off the By-Pass Road in the outskirts of Phuket Town, it is set in prime lakeside land. The show features songs, dance routines and traditional martial arts. Read More...10Dino Park Mini Golf Kata Beach
Dino Park is a mini-golf course and restaurant located right in between Karon and Kata beaches on the Beach Road itself. The 18-hole course is themed on dinosaurs and has many large and life-like cement dino statues, along with an erupting ‘volcano’ as well as a Flintstones-themed restaurant. Read More...