Gay Bars, Bangkok
At the first view, this new venue looks too highend for Soi 4, its a strong contrast to all other bars over there. But once you enter, is really great and super high-end. It has two floor with each bar, but 2nd floor is really amazing big bar with lounge and huge chandelier in the central, which looks soo New York style. The first floor got stage and dance floor with live DJ every night as well as a small bar. Outdoor also seating area. The drinks at ONO are much more expensive than other bars at Soi 4, but the quality is really good though, if you go there try Long Island Ice Tea, i would say best one in Silom area. Also all other drinks are available, and who loves premium will be happy, from different champagne to johny walker blue label, everythign there. The music is mostly house with abit main stream. Special events make ONO really cool as you can see many hot models and very crowed while special event. Overall nice location to be. Opening 6pm and closing after 3am. (attached picture i took from ONO website).
For gay travellers, the easiest gay places to find are in in Silom Road. Each small side alley is called a "Soi".
Under the Sala Daeng Skytrain station, on the same side of the road as Robinson Department Store, walk down a few meters and you'll come to Soi 2 - its small - don't miss it! This soi is almost exclusively gay, with the very popular DJ Station disco, JJ Park bar with live entertainment, and several other gay bars and cafes.
Walking a little further down Silom, you come to another very small alleyway, Soi 2/1. This Soi houses @Richards Pub (open from 6pm), GOD Disco (opens at 9pm but not busy until after 12), Andy's Men (massage), and Hamilton's Music Bar.
Taking a walk a little further down, you come to Soi 4; this is a bigger and more obvious land, lined with bars on both sides. Not all the bars are gay, but the atmosphere means it doesn't matter. Luminous has drag shows late in the evening, The Balcony is popular for its big terraces, Telephone is the oldest surviving gay bar in Bangkok, Cafe 4 is owned by the same guys who own the Art at Play Gallery on the left; above Balcony is the Bearbie club. Near the end of the soi on the right is Sphinx pub and restaurant, with Pharoah's Karaoke bar upstairs.
Dress Code: In the discos, you can dance shirtless, but in the other bars you are expected tobe reasonable dressed.
Went to the New bar called the Stranger. It was nice to see Silom is getting some new options - its def worth a visit if you want a good cocktail in a cool venue - i wish them luck.
Dress Code: Casual