Renowned for its nightlife, Thailand has thousands of crowded and fun bars, especially the rooftop bars in Bangkok. The bars here are not only the place for you to have fun and enjoy the ideal drink, but they also have the unique and impressive design. It is no doubt that the ideas for designing the bars in Bangkok are very important. Let’s discover top bars in Bangkok — 9 most impressive bars with different styles in Bangkok below.
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Located in Suan Phlu Soi, where the bars and restaurants are famous, Smalls is still striking for its beauty, placidity and unlike any other normal bar.
The owner of the bar is David Jacobson, who is also known as the owner of the famous Q bar in Thailand. He created this place with the desire that the customers come here will feel the warm, relaxed and comfortable atmosphere as their home. Smalls’ highlights are the red curtain around the bar and contemporary art work, adding to the warmth and intimacy.
Address: Smalls, 186/2 Suan Phlu Soi 1 Yanawa, Bangkok
Phone: +66 95 585 1398
Opening Hours: 19:30–02:00
2. A R Sutton & Co Engineers Siam
Since arriving in Thailand in the late 2000s, Ashley Sutton has changed the look and feel of the bars in Bangkok. True to its style, A Rocks Siam & Siamese Engineers are known for their break in the interior. All the items here are made of brass and the antique furniture which creates a really different space.
A R Sutton & Co Engineers Siam
Address: A R Sutton & Siam Engineers, Parklane Ekamai, Bangkok
Phone: +66 2 714 2269
Opening Hours: 18:00-24:00
3. Maggie Choo’s
Sipping a cocktail, enjoying the impressive jazz shows or looking for an exciting Chinese restaurant are all the things you will do in the same place at Maggie Choo’s. It will bring for you the quiet space below the ground of a vibrant Bangkok.
Maggie Choo’s is considered to be one of the most exciting places in the city which conveniently located near the Novotel Bangkok. Simulating the oriental style, Maggie Choo’s creates the privacy and elegance with private rooms behind the iron doors, dazzling lights, luxurious furnishings and sexy ladies.
Address: Maggie Choo’s, 320 Silom Road Bangrak, Bangkok
Phone: +66 91 772 2144
Opening Hours: 19:30–02:00
4.The bar at The House on Sathorn
After 3 years of redevelopment, the 126-year-old villa in the Sathorn Road has reopened. It also has become the latest destination which services for the city’s eating and drinking demanding. Formerly a Russian embassy, now it is part of the W Bangkok hotel. The interior design of Sathorn is inspired by the charm of the interior architecture of the Royal Palace of Russia and Thailand.
Many original details such as the facade color and furniture of the house are maintained by the architect. The cocktail here features a mix of Asian styles – like Diva is a cocktail with vodka, yogurt, coconut milk, rose and jasmine syrup.
The House on Sathorn
Address: 106-108 North Sathorn Road, Silom, Bangrak, Bangkok.
Phone: +66 2 344 4025
Opening Hours: 12:00–00:00
5. Namsaah Bottling Trust
You can not miss out the Namsaah Bottling Trust, which is a bar-fusion restaurant in a villa from the early 20th century. It has snow-white doors on a dark pink background. In the past, this place was once used as a bottling plant for a brewery, followed by a banking facility, the residence of a Royal consultant. And today, it is repaired subtly with the antique furniture.
This is also the place where many famous people have visited. In Namsaah, the menu is varied and sophisticated from main dishes to cocktails and desserts.
Namsaah Bottling Trust:
Address: Namsaah Bottling Trust, 401 Soi Sirijullassayvok (Silom Soi 7) Silom, Bangrak, Bangkok.
Phone: +66 2 636 6622
Opening Hours: 17:00–02:00
6. Tep Bar
Owner Kong Kangwarnklai returned to Thailand after years of living and doing business overseas. It brings for him the new ideas so that by 2015, his Tep Bar and associates were born. His notion of building this bar is that no matter how much Western culture is approached, it must always determine its nature.
Situated in a bustling old street in Soi Nana area, which is near China Town, Tep Bar has everything you need for an evening of entertainment in Bangkok. You can try cocktails mixed with Ya Dong (a local herbal whiskey) and listen to a traditional night of music. The most striking feature here is that the interior is quite special, with brick covered with gold on concrete walls. It reminds us of ancient times when people buried golden Buddha statues inside the wall to hide items.
Address: Tep Bar, 69 -71, Soi Nana Pom Prap, Bangkok
Phone: +66 98 467 2944
Opening Hours: 17:00–00:00
7. Sing Sing Theater
Coming to Sing Sing Theater, you will feel like you are in a luxury Chinese nightclub. Inspired by the ancient Chinese stage, which is reserved exclusively for the aristocracy, Sing Sing stands out with its traditional designs, paper parachutes, lanterns and the metal cages of the bird. The secret paths and the symmetrical stairs together create a mysterious and exciting atmosphere here.
Every night, Sing Sing always shows classic films and holds art shows as well as classy parties.
Sing Sing Theater
Address: Sing Sing Theater, Sukhumvit 45, Bangkok.
Phone: +66 63 225 1331
Opening Hours: 20:00-02:00 (Tuesday-Sunday)
8. Teen of Thailand
Also located at the lively Soi Nana, the Teen of Thailand Bar was formerly a renovated old shop. The nude art photos hanging on the wall are the highlight for you to recognize the shop and also to increase the “quality” of the old walls. The management of Teen of Thailand has said, the design idea of the restaurant is very simple, it is just the original.
From the atmosphere to the special cocktail of the restaurant, all through the hands of talent mixer Niks Anuma-Rajadhon.
Teen of Thailand:
Address: Teen of Thailand, 76 Soi Nana, Bangkok
Phone: +66 96 846 0506
9. Red Sky
The Red Sky bar on the 55th floor of the Central World building will not make you be disappointed. With the glass rails, the guests come here can enjoy a panoramic view of the city while sipping a wonderful cocktail. Red Sky offers Bangkok travelers a 3600 panoramic view of the impressive rooftop from which is also one of the most convenient locations in the center. In addition, the thing that makes the difference for the Red Sky is the dome can change the color is very pleasant.
Address: Red Sky Bar, 999/99 Rama 1 Road, Pathumwan, Centara Grand at Central World Mall, Bangkok
Phone: +66 2 100 6255
Opening Hours: 16:00–01:00