A small bar in a little arcade of shops, Lun Laa is a popular place to hang out, enjoy some drinks, and watch Nong and his band bang out some blues, funk, reggae tunes.
Live music nightly from 7pm till 11pm, with jamming some nights.
A good place to warm up, before heading off to BeBop Bar. If you get there early enoug you can score the comfy sofa, otherwise chairs and tables inside and outside in a little courtyard are cool.
Dress Code: Anything more than a loincloth seems acceptable! Dreadlocks score an extra bonus point.
Apparently Ting Tong means crazy. However it was not that crazy when I was there. It was rather a nice relaxing bar. The whole bar is more or less outside amongst nice trees. You can sit on the floor on cushions and watch the stars and candle burning while listening to some dance music. They have some fire shows on every evening as well.
They open at 5PM.
Dress Code: No dress code.
This is the biggest bar in Pai with air con. But that isn't the only reason to go there. The live music is great and makes a change to your evening. The band were fantastic. Makes a good night.
There is food available outside, so you can have your late night snack.
Dress Code: No dress code
There is a great atmosphere. We went a couple of times and it's a good place to start before you head to the Bebop Cafe.
They seem to hold drinking competitions every night complete with a rankings board. We could see that it was not worth us trying to enter.
We did try the Shisha, which was pretty good. Because of the licensing it shuts at 11.30pm/12am
Dress Code: No dress code
This is a welcoming and friendly place. Good place to chat and watch the football (when on). The food portions are massive and one dish is enough for 2 people. The wine is very good value 90B for the biggest glass of wine filled to the rim you will find anywhere.
Dress Code: No dress code
Simple small bamboo floor at Bamboo bar, where is next to Pai river. After people get tired from dancing in other bar there?ll be more people come to this place after 01.00 a.m. until morning time. The weather in Pai at night is cool to enough to have fun talking next to fire to warm to up. Just another feeling after BeeBob dancing bar.
Dress Code: anything
Move your body with life music here at BeeBob. It?s like a step of night life after midnight people will move to meet here. Many choices of drink and lots of people. I?m not sure is it?s because of it?s only one live music place in Pai or not?.ha?.
Ting Tong in Thai language means crazy. This bar is quite crazy and nice as same as the owner, Mr.Toottoo, a man from southern part of Thailand. He fall in love in Pai and start the business here with very good atmosphere and good trendy music.
Dress Code: anything you want...
Due to Pai's size, there isn't an awful lot of choice when it comes to nightlife.
Be Bop is a large (ish) bar on the road just out of Pai on the road to Chiang Mai. The vibe in there is wicked with live music every night.
At the right time of year (it varies from year to year) you can catch Mojo (an Australian) doing his thing in stage. He sings loads of his own songs but also does covers of other blues artists. This guy is a musical genius and is so passionate about what he does. It makes a change from seeing people bored with their acts.
Friday and Saturday nights are usually dedicated to the reggae band. These guys are great at what they do.. The crowd always goes mad for the reggae nights on Be Bop.
The owner (Chart) also plays with his guys before the main acts. He mainly plays old classics and is an extremely talented guitarist.
One other band plays in Be Bop but it isn't such a regular occurance. They play modern day classics which is always a breath of fresh air from the regular stuff that cover bands play.
Chart quite often gets guest bands in from Chiang Mai. Some of the more recent acts have been Ska, Punk and reggae from Chaing Mai. I can personally say that the ska/trip hip band were fantastic and I hadn't seen it that busy in there sionce it's opening night in March!
Dress Code: Please, we're talking Pai here. Whatever you feel comfortable in. Express yourself!
This is an activities that i often to do in pai at night .
Just only drive up to the mountian ( Doa mae une ) a few mins or just look for sign you will find a hot spring .It' so nice place there are 2 hot spring pools that different temparaure ( hot and cooler ) .I love to lay in the hot water in cold weather in winter and look star in sky .It was so relax!!
you can stay in the water as long as you want and just only 50 baht.
Dress Code: Least pieces that you can!!
Im not sure about the name of that pub .They alway play blues and jazz song.Actually Pai is not have many night life because about 20.00 local pp will go to bed .So just only a few pub there and they 're not close too late.
At Pai in the night time is very peaceful !!
Dress Code: anything or might be wear pajamas!!
Well, Pai is not exactly well-known for its buzzing nightlife... in fact it's the perfect place to go and relax a little bit. There are several places with natural hot mineral baths, so it's a good idea to go to one and chill out a little bit. The one at the Thapai SPA is open to everyone, including non-residents
Dress Code: swimming-suit (optional)