By Kat Yindee, an office manager and HR specialist who has been living in Bangkok for more than 40 years, always exploring the city’s diverse food culture and teaching visitors about its rich history.
Bangkok’s nightlife is different from any other city in the world. There are so many choices – whether you want to explore the rooftop bars and nightclubs or prefer a quieter evening of good food and light music, there will be something that suits your style. Locals in Bangkok tend to mostly go out on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, so if you’re looking for a crowd, those are the busiest nights in town. As someone who has been living in Bangkok all my life, I’ve gotten to know the city pretty well. If you’re planning a trip to Thailand’s crazy capital, here is a guide to the best things to do in Bangkok at night.