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Critics' choice

Besides local talent, 808's glowing industrial interior imports world famous DJs, from Grandmaster Flash to Goldie to Steve Aoki. Often home to hipster club...


Bangkok Sculpture Centre

Critics' choice

Museums of modern Thai art are rare, but this private collection houses 120 major works, which are displayed on lawns, ledges, warehouse gantries and the...

4/18-19 Nuanchan Soi 56
FreeMajor venue

Chatuchak Weekend Market

Critics' choice

This kaleidoscopic labyrinth of 8,000-plus stalls is well signed into numbered, colour-coded sections divided by soi and stall number, but is better...

Thanon Phahon Yothin
Major venue


Critics' choice

Comfy and modern, Bangkok's main art-house cinema offers niche and festival films, some with gay themes.

UMG Cinema, 3rd floor

Isaan Tawandaeng

Critics' choice

There's a diverse roster of morlam/luuk thung (daily), from dancing girl revues to formation crooners in Day-Glo tuxedoes, at this comfortable venue. It has...

484 Thanon Pattanakarn

Old Leng

Critics' choiceBudget
Bars & pubs, Music, Restaurants & cafés

This survivor of the original RCA explosion looks like a cowboy saloon stranded in ancient China. 'Songs for Life' (Thai blues) fans flock here for live...

29/78-81 Royal City Avenue

Or Tor Kor (OTK)

Critics' choice

Across the road from Chatuchak Weekend Market, the Agricultural Market Organisation (OTK) sells some of Thailand's best fruit and veg, as well as prepared...

Thanon Kamphaengphet

Origin Cultural Programs

Critics' choice
Art, Dance, Sport, health & fitness

Authentic cultural experiences of one day or longer, with Thai experts offering a hands-on insight into arts like dance, lai Thai design, cooking and...

Lad Prao Soi 60

Pla Dib

Critics' choice
Restaurants & cafés

Thai for 'raw fish', Pla Dib weds Thai, Japanese and European in dishes such as 'larb sashimi' and 'raw seafood ceviche', plus wood-fired pizza. Young...

1/1 Areesamphan Soi 7


Critics' choice

Zeta reflects RCA's young weekend crowds, but only lets in women. Vast prints of female figures along the mezzanine set the tone, while cute waitresses...

29/67-69 Royal City Avenue