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Bars in Soi Nana (Chinatown)

Explore the happening bar scene of Soi Nana in Chinatown

Sereechai Puttes/Time Out Bangkok

Ba Hao

5 out of 5 stars
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One of Soi Nana's newest Orient-inspired bars, Ba Hao, which means “number eight” in Chinese, spreads over four floors that include a cocktail bar as well as a small hotel. 

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Pijiu

3 out of 5 stars

Pijiu, which means “beer” in Chinese, is the newest brainchild of the guys behind craft beer importing pioneer Beervana. 

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Tep Bar

4 out of 5 stars

Tep Bar, one of the crowd-pullers at Soi Nana in Chinatown, puts a Thai spin into tapas-style dining. The prawn crackers, served with sweet chili paste, are an all-time favorite, and greatly complement their infused yadong, or Thai whiskey, shots (one is believed to be an aphrodisiac).  

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Teens of Thailand

5 out of 5 stars

Located on Soi Nana in China Town, this gin bar – the first in Thailand – is hidden behind a big wooden door just waiting to be discovered. This place serves almost 80 gin-based drinks (the drinks list changes daily, mind you). Plus, its mixologist, Niks Anuman-Rajadhon, is always there to make sure you have a good time. 

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El Chiringuito

4 out of 5 stars

Traditional Spanish tapas and drinks are at the core of the menu at El Chiringuito. Try the tortilla de patatas, a spanish omelette made with caramelized onion, or salmorejo, a thick tomato soup with boiled egg and ham on top. Don’t leave without trying their sangria or the signature Gin Xoriguer.

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23 Bar & Gallery

4 out of 5 stars

DJs and drinks make this gallery extra special. The two-story hall is plastered with arts and artistic paraphernalia, even in the toilet. Be careful while trying to traverse this bar – the mojito is strong and the stairs are steep.

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