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Tragos y vida nocturna en Bangkok

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“Khaosan Road has developed into a world-famous "backpacker ghetto".[2][3] It offers cheap accommodation, ranging from "mattress in a box"-style hotels to reasonably priced three-star hotels. In an essay on the backpacker culture of Khaosan Road.”
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Bar de hotel
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“Above Eleven Rooftop Bar Cocktails and Fusion Cuisine on Sukhumvit Soi 11 Above Eleven is a very popular 32-storey rooftop bar on Sukhumvit Soi 11 that offers a more vibrant experience than most other rooftops in Bangkok. A few things set this bar apart; Peruvian cuisine, modern party music and value for money signature cocktails being the most apparent. Set over three floors, the view of downtown Bangkok is impressive and far-reaching (despite the lack of riverside views). From here you get a 180-degree panorama of Bangkok, looking towards Siam and the famous row of Bangkok’s shopping malls. There is nothing better than looking down at the slow-moving traffic whilst you enjoy the breeze, drink in hand. The interior design at Above Eleven is modern and without the formal atmosphere typical of rooftops. Here, steel tree-like structures, gentle neon lighting and touches of fake grass make a great place to actually hang out for the night, rather than just a ‘catch a sunset and go’ type of place. Proving many tastes and styles are catered for, the music spans genres depending on the day of the week. Salsa nights on Wednesdays sees the dance floor packed with couples swinging and twirling, while Thursdays takes it down tempo with a three-piece jazz band. Weekends are typically lounge house music to attract the party people from Soi 11 wanting to warm up for a night on the town. The interior design at Above Eleven is modern and without the formal atmosphere typical of rooftops. Here, steel tree-like structures, gentle neon lighting and touches of fake grass make a great place to actually hang out for the night, rather than just a ‘catch a sunset and go’ type of place. Proving many tastes and styles are catered for, the music spans genres depending on the day of the week. Salsa nights on Wednesdays sees the dance floor packed with couples swinging and twirling, while Thursdays takes it down tempo with a three-piece jazz band. Weekends are typically lounge house music to attract the party people from Soi 11 wanting to warm up for a night on the town. Like most rooftop bars, the creative cocktails are an essential part of the blend. Above Eleven have incorporated hints of a Japanese/Peruvian/New York mash-up into the menu. If you fancy a taste of New York, try the Big Smokey Apple or Park View – a blend of Feijoa, rose apple, elderflower, mint and lime. If it’s a South American flavour you are after we recommend the Chilcano – a muddle of Pisco, lime, fresh ginger and ginger ale. Cocktails cost around 300 baht. There are also plenty of sake based concoctions. A light and refreshing option is the Michelada beer, served over ice with lime, pepper and a salted rim. You might be dubious (we were), but it’s something everyone should try once. The excellent food menu is certainly no afterthought. With a focus on Nikkei cuisine – the Japanese/Peruvian fusion that is served at Above Eleven Rooftop – you are sure to sample something fresh and new. Sashimi is popular here and makes the perfect sharing platter, with many spicy and sour dippings and coatings for that South American flavour. The Peruvian chef personally recommends the seafood ceviche: prawns and sea bass cured in a lime and chilli broth, with deep-fried calamari and sweet potatoes. The fish is amazingly succulent due to the gentle cooking method and the sour broth is addictive – we were fighting with our spoon for the last drop. Also highly recommended is the Peruvian Anticuchos, or beef heart skewers. The meat is cut thick with a gently spiced marinade akin to Indian tikka marinade. There is a decent selection of vegetarian options too, such as the Causa Vegetarian, a plate of bread-crumbed mashed potato with yellow chilli and lime juice. Above Eleven Rooftop Bar and Restaurant is on the top of Fraser Suites, around ten minutes’ walk from Nana BTS (or a 10 baht motorcycle taxi from the entrance of Soi 11). The elevator is around the back of the hotel complex. Open from 18:00 until 02:00 every night, it’s always busy so if you fancy dinner it is worth booking ahead. Open from 18:00 until 02:00 every night, it’s always busy so if you fancy dinner it is worth booking ahead. BTS: Nana Address: Fraser Suites Sukhumvit 33rd Floor, Sukhumvit Road Soi 11, Bangkok, 10110 Tel: +66 (0)83 542 1111 ”
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Restaurante mediterráneo
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“Come to Sirocco where they have best view of Bangkok on the rooftop. Hang Over 2 came to this bar for a movie shoot also.”
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Club de jazz
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“Play Rock and Roll, Blues music, with drinks and great atmosphere Ride bus no.14 to Victory monument bus stop, walk about 5 minutes ”
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Bar de hotel
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“Octave Rooftop Bar Sukhumvit Road in Bangkok waited a long time for its very own rooftop bar, and then finally one came along and showed the rest of them how it should really be done. Octave Rooftop and Lounge is more than a place for watching the sunset or having a romantic meal. No rooftop bar in the city has a 360 degree view of Bangkok that matches this, and the top floor of this three level venue is the highest spot in the city for a party. Starting on the 45th floor of the Marriot Hotel Sukhumvit, a three minute walk from Thong Lor Skytrain Station, Octave Rooftop Bar and Lounge opens at 17:00. Although the location is handy, it is slightly off the main tourist trail meaning that it is usually easy to grab a seat at one of Octave’s tables with a view. Unlike many rooftop bars in Bangkok, which often have standing room only, Octave has made sure that there is an impressive selection of seating with uninterrupted views of the city. In fact, on every floor there is nothing but a reinforced sheet of glass between you and the vista. The overall effect is pretty impressive. The first level has a definite lounge feel to it, laidback and ideal for dinner and groups. There is a mix of nature and industry in the decor, with some antique Thai pottery on the shelf behind the bar, but somehow it all works well together: plant covered walls, chunky wooden tables, modern bucket chairs and neon blue lighting. If you never get beyond this floor, you could still have a great night out; a DJ plays chillout tunes and the staff are attentive and friendly. Located BTS: Thong Lor Address: 45/F, Marriott Hotel Sukhumvit, Sukhumvit Soi 57 ”
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Bar
“It's located at Banyan Tree Hotel and, to me, Bangkok's best Roof Top! This alfresco bar-cum-restaurant is 61 floors above the bustling streets of Bangkok and overlooking a magnificent cityscape.”
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Club de jazz
“Nice and funky design, very good cocktails, the first of a series of establishments in Asia”
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Antro
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“Nightlife Levels Club & Lounge is a venue with three distinct party zones housed in one connected space, and offers a great alternative to the already rocking nightlife scene on Sukhumvit Soi 11. Combining elements of a terraced bar, classy lounge, and a box-like clubbing room that has one of the best sound-systems in the city, Levels covers a lot of musical ground and tries to provide a little something for everyone. Occasionally they charge an entry fee for special events or on nights with international DJs, but it’s usually free entry. Located on the sixth floor of the Aloft Hotel building, the elevator to Levels Club opens up directly into the outdoor bar area looking out across an open cityscape. The light scheme of sparsely-used neon yellows and pinks creates a sophisticated mood that compliments the lounge house music perfectly. There are plenty of standing tables in front of the bar, and a row of seats up against a glass-fronted balcony. The oversized cushions make this area a great place to sit back with a cocktail at the start of the night, or if you need a place to chill out for a while. Inside Levels Club, there are two distinct dance areas: The first room is high-ceilinged and opulent, catering to commercial anthems, party pop and vocal hip-hop. The circular bar in the centre of the room glows purple but everyone’s attention is drawn to a huge chandelier designed in graceful lines like a stream of falling rain. Dancers and live MCs rock the crowd in between DJ sets. There are booths lining the walls in the lounge for those who want to claim a space for the night, buy a top-shelf bottle and party with their group (this typically Thai style of partying, while still popular, is not so common in Levels). The set-up here is a bit more international than at other venues throughout Bangkok. They have shunned central seating areas or an emphasis on buying a group bottle. Instead, they have provided plenty of space for dancing and floating around, similar to the way clubs in Europe operate. This policy has obviously found favour with visitors to Bangkok as the clientele is happy mix of Thais and foreigners. The downside to this is, the bar can often get busy and getting a drink can become chore. Opening Hours: 21:00-03:00 Address: 6th Floor, No.35, Sukhumvit Soi 11, Sukhumvit Rd, Bangkok ”
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Bar de hotel
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“Maggie Choo's is a famous themed bar in Bangkok, serves food and drinks along with daily performances of live bands. Located at Novotel Bangkok Fenix.”
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Bar de cocteles
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“Sky Bar rooftop at Lebua State Tower offers one of the best views in the city. 63 floors up and overlooking the river, it has become a must-do for a sundowner cocktail. Around ten minutes’ walk from Saphan Taksin BTS it is very easy to find, just look up and walk towards the tall cream building with the gold dome on the roof. It may not be the most relaxed experience as people will flock here on a clear day and it gets crowded, but the vista is one you won’t forget in a hurry. Opening Hours: 18:00 - 01:00 daily BTS: Saphan Taksin Address: Lebua at State Tower 63rd Floor, 1055 Silom Road, Bangrak, Bangkok, 10500 Tel: +66 (0)2 624 9555 ”
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Antro
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“I would say its the best club in Bangkok. This place is divided into 3 clubs and 1 outdoor lounge. You can enjoy the music of your own choice. Entry was 300 THB which included 1 drink worth 200 THB.”
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Barrio
“The centre of Bangkok nightlife this complex has 3 floors of wall to wall go go bars. This is for adults only.”
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Night Club
“Demo Nightclub With bare brick walls covered in graffiti, exposed piping and metal shutters instead of doors, you could be forgiven for thinking Demo is an abandoned warehouse, but it is actually one of the coolest and most fashionable nightclubs in Bangkok. Demo is very popular with a young and wealthy set of Bangkokians who pull up out front in their Audi’s and Benz’ and then go crazy, partying harder than at most other clubs in the city. There are two rooms: the neon-orange bar area close to the entrance plays hip hop and is a nice place to warm up, while the main room is the domain of cutting-edge house and electro. There is also a large outdoor area which is a popular place to hang out and chat to fellow party people without the need to shout. Most Booked HOTELSRating Shangri-la Bangkok 4.6/ 5 Grande Centre Point Hotel Terminal 21 4.3/ 5 Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok 4.6/ 5 Banyan Tree Bangkok 4.5/ 5 Eastin Grand Hotel Sathorn 4.7/ 5 Anantara Riverside Bangkok Resort 4.6/ 5 Amari Watergate Bangkok 4.3/ 5 Riva Surya Bangkok 4.7/ 5 Mercure Bangkok Siam 4.2/ 5 The Peninsula Bangkok 4.8/ 5 Most Booked TOURS Damnoen Saduak Floating Market Tour Banyan Tree's Apsara Dinner Cruise Vertigo & Moon Bar Rooftop Dining Ayutthaya Ancient Capital Tour with River Cruise Shangri-La Hotel's Buffet Dinner Cruise Bridge on the River Kwai & Historic Railway Tour Siam Niramit Dinner Show Calypso Bangkok Cabaret Show Chao Phraya River Dinner Cruise Grand Palace & Emerald Buddha Half-Day Tour Demo is actually one of two clubs connected together, and guests are free to move between the two to check out the different vibes. Funky Villa next door attracts a more mainstream crowd and has a more eclectic music policy; live acts play up-tempo party tunes for everyone to sing along with (if you can speak Thai), and DJs are encouraged to play a range of chart and R&B tunes. Demo is darker, more demure and rocks out to more base heavy beats. Expect to hear house and tech-house music with elements of more niche electronic genres like dubstep and hardbeat. There is no cover charge at Demo but drinks are on the pricey side of the scale: the impressive cocktail menu has options starting from 250 baht, beers start from 220 baht and a top-shelf bottle costs around 2000 baht. If you don’t finish your bottle on the night, you can return it to the bar for safekeeping and they will issue you with a ticket to redeem within one month. Your bottle is also marked and signed so no one will be drinking from your stash. Or if you prefer you can take it with you. Demo is located on Thong Lor Soi 10, close to the vibrant nightlife scene that seems to grow by the week. It is set back from the road, behind Club Muse. Look for the sign for Funky Villa that faces the road. Demo is housed in the same building. The nearest BTS station is Thong Lor, but you will need a taxi or motorbike from the station, or a 20 minute walk. Make sure you bring I.D because the security staff will ask you, even if you look like Mick Jagger. BTS: Thong Lor Address: Thong Lor Soi 10 (look for the bright lights of Funky Villa, set 30 metres back from the road on the far side of a car park) ”
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Night Club
“An incredible place and the alcohol is relatively reasonable compared with other clubs in BKK. There are a number of large rooms with different music. This place is divided into 3 clubs and 1 outdoor lounge. You can enjoy the music of your own choice.”
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Restaurante
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“Restaurants Long Table is not quite sky scraping, but what it lacks in stature it makes up for in every other area by serving Thai food that tastes delicious and looks amazing, cocktails that err on the right side of sweet and a view that makes you forget that this isn’t a rooftop. In fact, after an evening spent watching the sunset with a Bangkok Cosmopolitan in hand followed by a three-course meal enjoyed lounging in one of Long Table’s cosy booths, I can honestly say there is no cooler sky bar in the city. With two for one offers on drinks from 17:00 till 19:00 every evening and decently-priced food, a visit here won’t break the bank either. Long Table Bar and Restaurant is located a few minutes from the start of Sukhumvit Soi 16. If you are walking from the BTS at Asoke or MRT at Sukhumvit it will take less than ten minutes to walk here. You won’t miss it, there is a huge sign plastered to the outside of the building and one that points the direction at street level. Head through the lobby of Colum Serviced Apartments and take the lift up to the 25th floor. There is a dress code, so no flip-flops or shorts and vests for guys or the only view you will get is the lift. It may look like you’ve stepped off onto a spaceship, but just round the corner you will find the longest table in Thailand, and catch your first glimpse of the city below through the double height floor to ceiling windows. The dining section of Long Table is decorated in warm honey, cream and scarlet tones, whilst the bar area has a more edgy vibe, with neon reds and sleek marble. It’s such a refreshing change to the other rooftops in town. Even on a weeknight the outdoor terrace is buzzing with people who have come to make the most of the famous Bangkok sunsets and the drinks offers. With a selection of wines, beers and cocktails on the buy one get one free menu, Long Table is a great place to start any evening. If you want one of the coveted tables near the glass balcony you should book ahead, as it can be popular with the after-work crowd and those in the know. Their signature cocktail is the Bangkok Cosmpolitan the twist being the citrus-infused vodka and Cointreau blend, you can really taste the orange undertones coming through. Unlike the sickly sweet versions that seem to be flooding bars around Bangkok this is a serious drink, with just the right balance of booze and fruit Opening Hours: Daily from 17:00 until 02:00 (dinner served until 23:00) Located: MRT: Sukhumvit BTS: Asoke ”
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Night Club
“Nightlife Onyx Main Stage is the first club in Bangkok to do the big-room mega club style of partying that is popular in places like Ibiza, Berlin and Seoul. The huge 2,000 capacity main room was formerly known as Slim & Flix, but they have forgone the series of rooms which used to be the norm on RCA (Bangkok’s premier party street), and have built a multi-level main room which has the cream of the world’s EDM and commercial house DJs gracing the decks on an almost weekly basis. DJs to have played here include Freddie Le Grand, Dutch duo Showtek and The Chainsmokers, producers of 2014s biggest dancefloor hit, #Selfie. The experience of witnessing the best DJs rocking the crowd at Onyx is intense, with dry ice cannons, confetti bombs and the best laser show in the city further adding to the experience Entrance depends on the night, but it starts from 300 baht. If there is a top international DJ playing expect to pay more. It works out best if you buy a package with entrance and drinks included – this can be sorted out at the entrance. There are several bars dotted throughout the venue so you can buy single drinks, but most people choose to party the Thai way at Onyx Bangkok which means ordering a top-shelf spirit and finding a standing table for the night. If you opt for a group bottle, inform them on the door so they will waive the 300 baht entry fee. A bottle of premium vodka starts from 1,700 baht without mixers. Onyx has multi-lingual staff providing table service too. If you want something extra special there are a range of VIP Options, ranging from 17,000 baht for a VIP couch to 80,000 baht for Super VIP area, with a perfect view of the huge DJ booth, your own balcony for you and your crew, dedicated staff to cater for you and even your own private toilet (which means no hanging around the ladies room waiting for your girlfriend!) As well as a central dance floor, the hangar-like main room has plenty of social space if you need to take a breather, plus an expansive outdoor section and a balcony for experiencing the party scenes below. Onyx Bangkok has also turned the space at the very back of the club into a second room for more underground dance music styles. Called The Odyssey, they plan to play deep house, trance and progressive music in here. Loud, intense and a lot of fun, Onyx Bangkok is proving very popular with international visitors to Bangkok who want all-action big room clubbing. Opening Hours: 21:00 to late Address: Royal City Avenue (RCA), Block A, close to the Rama 9 Road entrance. Price Range: Starts from 300 baht for foreigners (International DJ events will cost more) ”
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