This place is sort of camouflaged (maybe for valid reasons!), and you have to pay off some people to get in. Once inside, it's a total blast if you're the drinking type. I wasn't too keen on drinking because I hadn't acclimatised to the altitude yet, and I still had to bike all the way back to Manali. So, it was a sort of a mediocre experience, except for the pretty tourists in the place all looking to have fun. Keep in mind, if the place is busted, I'm pretty sure you'll be arrested or something. So, that's something to be considered before hitting this club.
Dress Code: Nothing special, casuals will do I suppose
let's say that nightlife is practically non-existent in Leh... there's very little entertainment. Then again one doesn't come here for wild nights. I found my fun watching the sky at night: the moon and the stars looked so near - it felt as if one could nearly touch them. Around 10 august, when I was there, its the perfect place to watch the shooting stars.
Dress Code: dressed, if you please. Nights tend to be a bit crispy in Leh
Do not expect anything like Nightclub, Casino, Theater, Live music, Adult Spot or Discos in Ladakh.
The only fun place in Ladakh are "THE GARDEN RESTAURENTS & BARS". So you have to creat your own nightlife here. It is fun to drink and dine in the Open air restaurents in Leh under the closely visible stars...
The evening streets of Leh, with craft shops, scarf and shawl outlets, internet cafes (where the net may or may not be working) (the power may or may not be up too) and of course lots of international food restaurants. Dont stay out too late... the dogs take to the streets after 9 or 10pm... lots of them (harmless... maybe)
Carry a torch!! Many streets in LEh are PITCH black at night WITH holes, open drains etc. We had to turn back at one point and walk all the way around and up up up and onto the main street because of the sheer darkness.