The Kiwi

The Soi 8 Pub has been renovated and renamed The Kiwi by the team behind The Australian (Sukhumvit Soi 11). To stand out from the Irish, English or Aussie pubs in town, The Kiwi’s all about New Zealand’s national rugby team, the All Blacks. It’s not only for rugby fans, though, with a wide range of sports on the screens and a family-friendly vibe that’s more conducive to chomping on a burger than getting pissed up with the lads.


The buzz: Set atop Grass Thonglor, Myst, is the latest bar to hop on the molecular mixology train. Billing itself as a place for young partygoers seeking an extra edge for their night, Myst brings a certain playfulness to its drinks list, with spectacular presentation coming in the form of fire, nitrogen smoke and scientific-looking glasses in attention-grabbing sizes. While it’s still in its soft opening period, this new spot has already made quite a stir via its Instagram videos, while its experienced bartenders, who have worked at places like Zuma and Lebua, ensure drinks please not only the eyes but the tastebuds, too.

High Security Party Atlantis Club HuaHin

After the success of the Summer Kiss Party last month, ATLANTIS CLUB Hua-Hin invites you for it’s second Event : THE HIGH SECURITY PARTY on Saturday, August 17th. With the partners SMIRNOFF vodka and REDBULL (real energy drink from Europe) come and enjoy the best amazing party in town. One bottle of SMIRNOFF free for 5+ group before 23:00.



Delivering Bangkok’s most spectacular 360° rooftop alfresco dining and bar concept, HORIZONS features contemporary international tapas cuisine and an award-winning cocktail bar offering both indoor and outdoor seating. With nightly resident DJ entertainment and international guest artists performing regularly, HORIZONS morphs into a hip open-air lounge-bar scene that presents a unique entertainment alternative unlike any other in Thailand.


This apothecary-themed joint is a relatively recent addition to Sukhumvit Soi 11’s ever-changing scene and it’s already opened a second location on the city’s other nightlife thoroughfare, Soi Thong Lor.

Le Derriere

If Ernest Hemingway weren’t perpetually broke during his Paris years, perhaps he’d have spent time at places like Le Derriere.

Located behind the popular Q Bar (you have to walk through it to get in), this lounge feels a lot like 1920s Paris, with a beautiful zinc bar, red velvet furniture, frilly hanging lamps, mirrors and beveled wall panels.


BarSu at Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit

Free Flow wine beer and cocktail package at Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit

Jazz and wine lovers will be thrilled with the live jazz and flow wines at The Living room, daily from 21:00 hrs until midnight at Baht 1,050 net.

Grease Club

The location of this new nightclub is a bit unusual – a residential neighborhood near Samitivej Hospital.

But thanks to owner and publishing heir Dan Hetrakul’s network and know-how, Grease is seeing a steady flow of well-heeled and savvy young Thais and expats who come for frequent DJ sets — spinning everything from funk and hip hop to dubsteb and electro.

Level Club

Level Club & Lounge is a nightclub similar to Sukhumvit Soi 11 mainstays Bed Supperclub and Q Bar.

Peripherally attached to Aloft Hotel, this high-end club is accessible by a separate set of elevators that lead to the sixth floor and an enormous, high-ceilinged room whose centerpiece is a circular, glowing bar with a jazzy LED chandelier overhead.

Maggie Choo’s

It may be located in the basement of a hotel (accessed via a separate, dark entrance), but this speakeasy-esque bar with a Shanghai opium den vibe comes with the solid pedigree of nightlife mogul Ashley Sutton.

Sutton is behind several of the city’s time warp-inducing establishments, such as Iron Fairies and Fat Gutz.

At Maggie Choo’s, you get live jazz, leather armchairs, bank vaults and Queen Victoria busts juxtaposed with cocktails, tile work, latticework and heavy wooden doors. Beautiful women clad in cheongsams hang from swings and drape themselves across the bar.

Allegedly, there are secret passageways, too.

If you’re hungry, you can sit on stools at a round wooden table in a restaurant attached to the bar and gorge on decent Chinese egg noodles with duck. Maggie Choo’s itself serves a selection of hors-d’oeuvres.

Maggie Choo’s,

Hotel Novotel Bangkok

Fenix Silom, 320 Silom Road

Tel. +66 (0)2 635 6055