Top 10 Krabi Nightlife
Most Popular Nightlife Spots in Krabi
While no match for Phuket’s Patong or the fleshpots of Bangkok in terms of bacchanalian partying and naughty nightlife, Krabi’s after-dark scene does have a friendly, almost harmless feel to it that is tremendously appealing to many visitors, especially those with children.
Phi Phi is no-holds barred, Railay laid-back, Krabi Town charming and Klong Muang rather peaceful, while Ao Nang is variable yet hosts the liveliest nightlife scene in the whole province of Krabi – but each location’s nightlife is enjoyable. Discover the best of Krabi nightlife in our Top 10 below...
1Ao Nang Center Point Ao Nang0
Ao Nang’s nightlife epicentre, Center Point has been refurbished and is now a three-storey entertainment complex with plenty of bars to choose from. Rocky Bar has pretty good live music, while Airplane and The Cave Bar have eyecatching designs, but not as eye-catching as the ‘friendly’ girls inside. Read More...2Phi Phi Reggae Bar Phi Phi Island0
Phi Phi Reggae Bar is one of the longest-established night spots in Tonsai Village. Located in the eastern part of the village, Phi Phi Reggae Bar is a large venue featuring loud music, sport events broadcasted on a sizeable screen, five bars with friendly bartenders, pool tables, and in the centre of everybody’s attention: a Thai boxing ring. Read More...3The Last Café Ao Nang0
The Last Café owes its name to its location toward the southern end of Ao Nang Beach: there’s nothing but the cliff after it. The Last Café is mostly famous for its laid-back, cool and entertaining atmosphere at night: beachside barbecues, cold beer, cool cocktails and cool music, Thai boxing matches, DJ performances, and fire shows. Read More...4Joy Beach Bar Railay0
Joy Beach Bar is a long-established watering hole in Railay East. The bar went through a major refurbishing in 2012, with the addition of a second storey. Many claim that Joy Beach Bar does the ‘best cocktails in Thailand’. All hype aside, Joy’s is actually one of the best bars on the peninsula and seems to cover all the bases with ease. Read More...5Chilling Bar Krabi Town0
Chilling Bar is one of the most popular places in Krabi Town after dark. Owned and operated by a Krabi-born family, Chilling Bar is the perfect place to hang out: large-screen televisions broadcast major sport events, live music and DJs on occasions, delicious Thai and western food, pool table, and quiz nights. Read More...6Carlito's Beach Bar & Nightclub Phi Phi Island0
Carlito's Beach Bar and Nightclub is a long-lasting, buzzing night spot enjoying a great location along the path leading to the eastern end of Tonsai Bay. Set in two buildings (one on each side of the path) it is just the right place to party like in an open-air disco to the beat (reggae, house, oldies) of Thai and international DJs. Read More...7Soi Bamboo Ao Nang0
On Airport Road you will notice a soi containing bamboo and thatch venues. This is mellow territory compared to its Phuket and Bangkok counterparts, and, once again, you can both party and eat here. Here you’ll meet several exotic creatures who gaily blur the line between the sex divide. Relax, they’re friendly. Read More...8Lucky Restaurant & Last Bar Railay0
So named because this used to indeed be the last bar on this strip (the cement footpath was extended two kilometres further north in 2013), the Lucky Restaurant & Last Bar has an all day dining menu and goes until late, featuring live music and Muay Thai demonstration in high season. Read More...9Soi RCA Entertainment Ao Nang0
Located on Krabi Town Road in the southern part of Ao Nang some 250m from the beach, Soi RCA is a smaller version of the sois featured off Bangla Road in Patong Beach, Phuket. Brightly neon lit, Soi RCA host 12 bars, most of them with monikers leaving no doubt about the kind of entertainment to be found there. Read More...10Paddy's Klong Muang Beach0
With lots of Irish memorabilia, chunky furniture, a pool table, easygoing music and a full menu of British pub food, Paddy’s is the place to go in Klong Muang if you’re after a bit of stodge with onion gravy. Read More...