For those who just want to relax and chit-chat with your friends, u can head off to the beach near Symphony Chalet.
With low tables set directly on the beach, u can sit down on your individual mini-mats while smoking fruit-flavored shisha with music playing on the background.
Dress Code: You're on an island..wear whatever you want! Comfy and laid back clothes are highly recommended !!
Grab a blanket and head down to the beach after dinner..
Lie down on the soft sand while enjoying the night breeze and the moonlight reflection..
You might just fall asleep til morning..
Dress Code: Wear whatever you want but don't forget the blanket coz it could get pretty chilly after midnight..
Palm Tree is the only place where is really happenning, selling monkey juice, vodka, and whisky in buckets.. and also that was where I met mostly lone travellers from Wales, Australia, Hawaii, UK, Holland, Germany, France.. etc etc.. Bob (the waiter cum DJ) was the one who introduced me to them as I was by myself there waiting a girl who I met on the beach but didn't turn up.. anyway.. lots of cool people there.. they are so nice and funny! I had blasts every night there.. always meeting new people from all over the world! sooo cool.. So single female traveller out there.. no need to worry about night life.. ;)
Dress Code: Beach wear
This is a bar and restaurant, its on top of the hills, so during the day you can see the entire beaches and the ocean as well... it is beautiful enviroment. but during at night... this is what you see... people having fun
Lilly bar is a small bar but it nice and quiet place, you can count how many people who visiting that place and have a drinks.... i was there almost every night for drinks.... its very quiet... nice and relaxing... i love it.
There were about 5 or 6 restaurant/bars and the scene did get rowdy in a few bars but one thing - the
alcohol was really expensive. If you go and on a tight budget, just buy some alchol on the main land and bring it over.
The beach bars are all great, sitting on mats on the sand, listening to the waves and the music of your choice..
Dress Code: No Dress code...
not much to do.. there's a lot of bars to choose from.. the nicest i would say is the 'bubu long beach bar' (can't remember what's its name).. apart from that, you could have bonfire with your friends.. or you could watch fire play show.. but, the best is to just lay down on the beach and watch the stars.... huhu...
Dress Code: anything short and simple (but you need to put on mosquitos repellent) trust me... it won't stop bothering you..
Long Beach is famous with nitelife...u r able to have party time there...I just drop by there and have an evening beer...it is so cool...u should try to drink beer at afternoon and evening...the feeling is GOOD...Supposed have the picture but unfortunately the film was gone, unable to developed...too sad...
Dress Code: any dress clothes...swimming suit...casual & comfortable....
you can bring your own bottles to the bar, Bubu charges RM25 and it comes with 4 cans of coke and ice
Dress Code: nothing fancy...
If you like to party a little bit in Perhentian, Long Beach often hosting full moon party with DJ's coming from established night club in KL. Nothing like FMP in Phangan though.. ;(