Ska Bar: Reggae on the ocean.
A great bar with several levels, built right on the rocks of the southern end of Kata Beach. A great, chill vibe as you listen to reggae and sit on cushions, sofas or swings while watching people launch lanterns on the beach.
Oon Lee Bungalows bar: Bao beach bar
Every evening you can enjoy beer or coctail at local bar. Bao is great barman and great man. He speaks very good English so you can spent hours and hours talking about anything.
During the day you can enjoy perfect massage here.Related to:
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koh samui: local tip
green mango area - if theres any sign of a fight - run!!! (unless you have practiced thai boxing or you are in a large group) you will probably be outnumbered so walk away or the police will charge you not the locals! also be in bed by 2am or you'll be in for a nasty dangly surprise (unless your name is pete or wayne i love the xxxx wykes)Related to:
If your looking for nightlife the places to go would definitely be Phuket and Patong. Those cities really never sleep. Theres tons of restaurants, nightclubs, bars, and anything else you are looking for, really ANYTHING ELSE.
Dress Code: Theres really no dress code in Thailand everyone is very casual except for the tourists.
Out on the beach area...
High energy clubs all along the beach and in the town. Plenty of new languages...get knee deep in it cause it may only come around once in a lifetime...feel the beat of the music while you walk down the beach...
Dress Code: On this island...skirt for girls...t-shirt and shorts for guys...formality is back in reality :)Related to:
Cantalian Restaurant And Pub: Music, Drunk, Fun, Ready In Car..!!
It was energetic in yer face kinda live band. With happenning tuk-tuk driver name Shark drove and pulled over at local's underground pub outskirt of Hatyai City. Freeflow of Chivas running over flow the barrell. Crazy bunch of band members boozin' around whinin' out "pood mark-mark"!!. Get the hell out of "cikgu" on the chair..!! (and even on the bar counter at 1.00am). Whooaa, what a night. Get rid out of it at 1.30am, with "pu ying"(ladies) waiting out in a tuk-tuk get ready to be bonked.... and scream "bang.....ouuuuiiii!! mai daii" (yes I can"t stand). Drop me a line for full guide on this side of town.
Dress Code: Dress are required. Bras & panties are optional..!
Haadrin Beach - Koh Pangan: Full moon party
The full moon party was the craziest party i have ever been to in my life. Its a party that they hold every month on the full moon and one they spend days preparing for. thousands of tourists and locals arrive from around thailand for this festivity. what i love about it so much was that everyone can do whatever they feel and the party really feels like it will never end (it finally dies down at about noon the next day).
the night started pretty late like around 2am(here in LA we are used to going out at 10pm). but its all good, becasue we started drinking bucket after bucket after bucket and we were smashed. there were a lot of other people getting high off extasy and weed but thats not my thing. we then found some people with glowing paint that we put all over our bodies and faces and we proceeded to dance like psychos until we all pretty much passed out. Erez was the first to go, we found him knocked out on some chair. then Yoyo and I were dead by like 6am. i remember waking up at around 11am and still hearing the music pounding until about 12. it was awsome. there were bodies and beer bottles all over the beach the next day. people had put cigarette butts and twigs and all kinds of things in the noses, ears, mouths of the passed out partiers on the beach. it was hilarious.
its hard to tell, but there were tens of thousands of people on that beach that night. cant really see in the picture because we were on the side in one of the small clubs when took it.
Dress Code: none. come in your underwear if you want. most people would end up topless by the end of the night.Related to:
- Budget Travel
Rolling Stonned - Phi Phi island: rock music in paradise??
Rolling Stonned in Phi Phi village, the local band play nightly a mixture of Rock music catering for all tastes.
The band are amazing, when I first found this bar we were shocked, to us what could be better than sitting under the stars, drinking iced Singha beer or a freshly made cocktail listening to a Thai rock band singing all your favourite songs....
I spent many a night here, I became good friends with the band and bar staff....
Dress Code: ??
Reggae Bar - Phi Phi island: buckets beware
Reggae Bar on Phi Phi the busiest bars on the island. With daily drink promotions which always have the deadly Thai whiskey red bull buckets on offer, this has been the downfall of many a tourist, myself included.
Recently installed a HUGE video screen where you can watch all of the latest international sports and music events. Nightly Thai boxing upstairs. The party continues into the early morning with the main dance floor upstairs blasting out all of the latest hits... its a chaotic night that should be sampled at least once.....
I had many a excellent night here dancing until the early morning.. i loved it so much I even ended up working there for a month......
Dress Code: ummm nothing specific... generally shorts and flip flops... it does get very hot!Related to:
Shark Club: Let's get Loud....
Crowded and cramp.he entre fee is 100 Baht and one drink is included. All drinks cost 100 Baht. Open at 2200hrs and close around 0500hrs
Dress Code: CasualRelated to:
- Budget Travel
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