Chiang Rai

If you prefer a break from the usual club parties and pub music, then the hilly town of Chiang Rai has just the thing. After sunset, most tourists make their way to laid-back bars with big TV screens and pool tables for entertainment. It's a place that will have you chilling in a comfy chair, sipping on an equally chilled drink while breathing in the fresh hill air. Other popular night activities include the Walking Street, the Night Bazaar, and Jet Yod street for bars.

Walking Street

A traffic-free walk where you don't have to navigate vehicles is a walk to remember. Also known as the Saturday market, Walking Street is a favourite among locals and tourists and is open well until midnight. Set a kilometre along Thanalai Road, this place reflects the region's flavour, with locals stepping out in large numbers. The shops sell souvenirs, handicrafts, and many other handmade products. In between all the shopping, take time to gorge on the variety of food or enjoy a Thai foot massage. So all you have to do is eat, shop, and relax.

Night Bazaar

The Night Bazaar in Chiang Rai starts when the sun sets, but the pace picks up after 7pm. Found on Prasopsuk Phaholyothin Road, this bazaar covers four blocks southeast of the Clock Tower. You will find a huge number of things to shop for here, from knitted scarves, carpets, curtains, embroidered bags, silver jewellery, bedsheets, wallets and fashion items, to t-shirts, sneakers, sculptural art and handicrafts. There is a heavy Lanna influence, with most goods being made by the local tribes. There are also two outdoor stages set up for cultural shows and dances, with the folk songs and performances being passed down through generations. A beer garden and food court, with delicious fried and grilled food cooked by expert chefs, cover your culinary cravings. You'll also find marble carvings, nail-paintings, wood carvings, and the traditional Thai massage parlours along the way.

Chiang Mai

There is a lot that one gets to explore in Chiang Mai once the sun sets. Whether it is a night market or a night safari, this Thai town is definitely not one where sleep comes easily to tourists

Chiang Mai Night Safari

The exhilarating night safari, Thailand's first, is a 50-seater open-air tram from where you get to interact with elephants, giraffes, zebras, lions, Asiatic black bears, tigers, hyenas, crocodiles, and more. For the more daring, there are several adventures lined up which involve direct contact with the animals such as bathing elephants, feeding hippopotamus and rhino horn.


Wicked. Fun. Unique. Krabi’s nightlife is splattered with never-ending parties, a great range of cocktails and mocktails, amazing food, and a lively crowd. The paradise islands of Phi Phi and Railey are popular spots for revellers to party the Thai way.

At night, Walking Street comes alive with stalls set up left and right, strollers cruising along with drink in hand, stages set up for cultural shows and dances, and absolutely no vehicles. This weekly affair is a great way to see the Thai local life from up close. Not only a veritable treasure trove for relentless shoppers, but also a perfect place for intense foodies, the shops and street food stalls on Walking Street get you by the best of this world.


The party scene in Bangkok is absolutely insane with swanky rooftop bars, lively nightclubs and hip cocktail bars that make an appearance at every corner. Moreover, the Ladyboy Shows and the Siam Niramit Cultural Show just add on the party vibe.

MUAY THAI LIVE- The Legend Lives

Muay Thai Live ensures that an evening spent with them is nothing less than spectacular. The show is all about Muay Thai boxing, stunts and special effects! Through a compelling performance, the artists give you an insight into the intriguing Thai culture


Take the wildest party you’ve ever been to and multiply it by hundred, that’s Phuket for you! Their definition of party is something entirely different; after 10pm the streets transform into a scene like no other. With go-go bars, lady-boy cabaret shows, discos and clubs pulling you into a world of bright neon lights and loud music, this is something that should be experienced, not spoken about!

Koh Samui

Tourists visit Koh Samui for the famed Full Moon parties, but end up gaining much more than just a night under the stars. The island has a wealth and variety of discos, pubs, beer bars, transgender cabaret shows, and everything that makes Thailand a popular party capital of the world. While most of the nightlife in Koh Samui revolves around Chaweng Beach, there is nothing you won’t find after sunset in all parts of the island. Mud wrestling ladies will be a stone’s throw away from classic Thai dancing, and cheap whiskey is downed outside gourmet restaurants.

Full Moon Party at Koh Pha Ngan

When a bunch of tourists decided to celebrate the beauty of the moon at the Koh Pha Ngan, no one would have thought that it would become a trend so huge! A simple party has now become a massive rage among party goers, with nearly 10,000 to 30,000 people attending it every month. So popular are these Full Moon bashes, that people have now come up with Half Moon and Quarter Moon parties. To keep the tourists coming back for more, there is a party at least once every week in Koh Pha Ngan.

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