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Nightlife > Go-Go

Go-Go in Thailand

Although most visitors come to the Kingdom for culture and sightseeing, Thailand's famous Go-Go bars often find a way onto people's itineraries.
 

Must see

There are Go-Go bars in most cities and large towns in Thailand, but key destinations for people enjoying this type of entertainment are Bangkok and Pattaya. In both Bangkok and Pattaya there a number of entertainment areas that are familiar with visiting tourists, as such, they are safe places to visit. Do not stray off into uncharted territory - the well-known areas have good numbers of tourist and regular police officers on hand if you need them; lesser known areas may not. It is worthy of note that Thailand's 'Social Order' campaigns mean that in both Bangkok and Pattaya bars can no longer stay open all night. Currently there is a 1 AM curfew that is strictly enforced - police will come into the bars as they close and they will eject you if you are drinking after hours. Another note of caution: Be careful when hostesses ask you to buy them a drink - their drinks are priced differently and are often more expensive!

These are some of the key places for Go-Go bars:


Bangkok
Patpong

Patpong is a main nightlife attraction in Bangkok for tourists. The area is the street that connects Silom Road and Surawong Road. Along the street are shops, go-go bars and clubs. Patpong is...
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Worth seeing

There are Go-Go bars in most cities and large towns in Thailand, but key destinations for people enjoying this type of entertainment are Bangkok and Pattaya. In both Bangkok and Pattaya there a number of entertainment areas that are familiar with visiting tourists, as such, they are safe places to visit. Do not stray off into uncharted territory - the well-known areas have good numbers of tourist and regular police officers on hand if you need them; lesser known areas may not. It is worthy of note that Thailand's 'Social Order' campaigns mean that in both Bangkok and Pattaya bars can no longer stay open all night. Currently there is a 1 AM curfew that is strictly enforced - police will come into the bars as they close and they will eject you if you are drinking after hours. Another note of caution: Be careful when hostesses ask you to buy them a drink - their drinks are priced differently and are often more expensive!

You might explore these venues if you have more time on your trip:


Bangkok
Nana Plaza

The Nana Plaza Entertainment Complex (usually just referred to as 'Nana') is a curious construction; as you go through the entrance you move into a courtyard with terraced buildings either side of...
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At your leisure

There are Go-Go bars in most cities and large towns in Thailand, but key destinations for people enjoying this type of entertainment are Bangkok and Pattaya. In both Bangkok and Pattaya there a number of entertainment areas that are familiar with visiting tourists, as such, they are safe places to visit. Do not stray off into uncharted territory - the well-known areas have good numbers of tourist and regular police officers on hand if you need them; lesser known areas may not. It is worthy of note that Thailand's 'Social Order' campaigns mean that in both Bangkok and Pattaya bars can no longer stay open all night. Currently there is a 1 AM curfew that is strictly enforced - police will come into the bars as they close and they will eject you if you are drinking after hours. Another note of caution: Be careful when hostesses ask you to buy them a drink - their drinks are priced differently and are often more expensive!

These places are only worth investigating if you have plenty of time in Thailand:


Bangkok
Soi Cowboy

Soi Cowboy is much smaller than Nana or Patpong but has lots to offer. Located near Sukhumvit Soi 21, 'Cowboy' is a lot less frenzied than the other two venues. This is the place to go if you are...
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