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Best speakeasy bars in Bangkok

Behind these doors are Bangkok's best secret bars.

Sereechai Puttes/Time Out Bangkok

A watering hole hidden behind a discreet entryway is no longer a novelty. The thrill of discovering a joint’s secret entrance only works the first time, but it’s the love, passion, and ideas that go into creating the bar and its spirits-fuelled concoctions that will keep luring you back. And these bars are that kind of place.

You're a traveling type? Don't forget to check out secret venues to drink in London, New York, Melbourne, Sydney, and Singapore.

Bangkok's best secret bars

(NEW) The Locker Room

5 out of 5 stars
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The brainchild of four award-winning Asian bartenders—Colin Chia of Singapore’s Nutmeg & Clove, Hidetsugu Ueno of Tokyo’s Bar High Five, Nick Wu of Taipei’s East End and our own Ronnaporn “Neung” Kanivichaporn of Backstage Cocktail Bar—this bar takes the speakeasy theme very seriously, not only with its hidden location, but also the fact that it doesn’t even have a name. 

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Thonglor

(NEW) Ku Bar

4 out of 5 stars

Nestled on the third floor of an abandoned-looking building that sits behind a spirit house, Ku is the brainchild of Anupas “Kong” Premanuwat (an alum of famous NYC speakeasy Angel’s Share and a pupil of the barmaster Shingo Gokan) and Elaine Sun, a former barista and a wine enthusiast. This hidden den strikes a charming balance between comfort and mystery.

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Rattanakosin
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Rabbit Hole

5 out of 5 stars

Located behind a wooden door next to Ainu Japanese restaurant, Rabbit Hole is a three-story bar that retains the rustic structure of its converted shop house shell but revels in a luxurious renovation involving polished copper and brass.

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Thonglor

Q&A Bar

4 out of 5 stars

Q&A serves innovative cocktails within a setting reminiscent of a vintage train carriage. The bar is nestled inside a little alley on Sukhumvit Soi 21 with just a little sign above a green marble wall to give you a hint. 

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Asok
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Havana Social

4 out of 5 stars

Situated on party street, Sukhumvit Soi 11, Havana Social keeps itself unseen, hiding behind a telephone booth and requiring a secret code to get in. The interior presents an interpretation of pre-revolution Cuba in the ′40s, said to have been the “Las Vegas of the Caribbean” at that time. Vintage furniture, a worn-out ceiling and clothes hanging from the ceiling add to the curious vibe, and so do live music from a Colombian band and various DJs. 

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Nana

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