We have compiled together a list of the best night clubs if you want to keep the party going after 11pm!
Sunday | 4 December


29/33 - 48 Royal City Avenue Building, Soi Soonvijai, Rama 9 Rd., Bangkapi, Huay Kwang, Bangkok 10310

  • Main room plays hip hop/edm/top40, packed most nights, very foreigner friendly.
  • Takes reservations. Can also walk-in and ask for a table. Sunday night shouldn’t be full until about 11:30pm or 12:00am.
  • Relaxed dress code.
  • Tell taxi “RCA” and optionally show them a pic of the Route66 logo.

+66-02-203-0407 (Please note many of the hosts don’t speak English but advanced bookings have never been needed on a Sunday night)

Monday | 5 December


Royal City Avenue (RCA), Soi Soonvijai, Rama IX Road, Bangkapi, Huaykwang, Bangkok 10130

  • EDM, probably best club in Bangkok.
  • VIP: Can reserve up to 2 weeks prior. Deposit or full payment must be made to reserve. Can pay online with a credit card.
  • Normal Tables: Reserve day-of 4pm-8:30pm. Minimum spending is 1 bottle and includes 4-5 people entry (bottles cost $70-100).
  • Everyone gets a table and a bottle (not expensive). Like most Thai nightclubs, there is no dance floor. You could walk in and hang out around the bar, but this is not recommended.
  • No sandals, don’t dress like a bum.
  • Tell taxi “RCA” and optionally show them a pic of the ONYX logo.

Main contact: Jyll +66-89-898-9335 | jyllpeace88@gmail.com | line id: jyllpeace

Secondary contact: Parn +66-81-584-6660 or Bart +66-93-224-9154

Tuesday | 6 December


6th Floor of the Aloft hotel, No.35,Sukhumvit Soi 11, Sukhumvit Rd. Bangkok 10110

  • Mostly hip hop, pop.
  • Very foreigner friendly.
  • Reservations for vip tables should be made in advance, everything else is walk-in.
  • No sandals, don’t dress like a bum.
  • Tell taxi Sukhumvit 11 and maybe show them Google map. Uber is probably easier to get here. You could also take the BTS to Nana station and walk for 10 minutes.

Goy +66823083246 | info@levelsclub.com cc: andreas@epicbangkok

Important things to note


All clubs require a physical passport, no photocopies or photos on a cellphone. They’ve become very strict about this lately and will turn you away. Using a local drivers license is also hit or miss and not recommended.


Taxis can be difficult if they don’t understand English but Uber is very good in Bangkok and you can set the destination very easily.