Entertainment and Nightlife
‘One night in Bangkok’ can indeed make a hard man humble, one night in Chiang Mai can charm and one night in Phuket make you long for more.
Thais are fun-loving people. Nationwide, boxing stadium, race and golf course, tennis and squash courts, billiard halls, nightclubs, discotheques, concert hall, tea houses, cocktail lounges, amusement parks, bar, pubs, gourmet restaurants, museums, theaters, live bands, concerts, art galleries, traditional Thai massage center, zoological gardens and cinemas lure pleasure-seekers throughout the year.
Theatrical events in major cities across Thailand include traditional Thai dance and puppet performance, English and Thai-language dramas, musical performance, stage shows and concerts by Thai and visiting international artists. Major theatrical venues in Bangkok including the Thai National Theatre, Thailand Cultural Centre, Aksara Theatre. Theatrical venues in other provinces include Old Chiang Mai Cultural Center, and Alangkarn Theatre in Pattaya.
With its mixture of exoticism, romance, sense of adventure and plain excitement, nightlife in Thailand is unique. Of course, anyone who has never been to Thailand instantly conjures up visions of A Go-Go bars and sleazy back alley massage parlors; it’s true but not wholly representative of a country that has beautiful traditional dancing, an irrepressible culinary scene and lively bars and nightclubs.
View the entire city of Bangkok from a boat deck, as you smoothly sail along the Chao Phraya river that flows through the heart of Bangkok and pair this with a buffet dinner and live music during one of popular “River Dinner Cruises”. Enjoy the light swells of the river with loved ones or close friends when the city lights up at night, and the views of its popular temples, monasteries and tourist spots are remarkable.