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Where to Party in RCA and Ratchada

快乐十分胆拖复式表 www.rhbjcf.com.cn Royal City Avenue – more commonly known as RCA – is the epicentre of Bangkok's clubbing scene and an officially designated nightlife zone so you can be assured of a party 7 nights a week. Clubbing institutions like Route 66 and Onyx are packed every night and, at weekends, they're rammed to capacity. There are so many options for visitors to RCA, wiith international DJs, as well as live concerts and soundtracks by popular local artists all in one night. RCA is separated into 4 blocks: Block A is closest to Rama 9 Road, and, at the opposite end, Block D leads onto Petchaburi Road, both of which have MRT Underground stations.

RCA is too far from public transport to walk so it requires a taxi or motorcycle journey from the MRT Underground, but don't worry if you've never been there before, simply follow our guide to the best clubs and bars on RCA. Even in midweek, RCA gets busy. However, on weekends it's overrun with impeccably dressed young revellers, most of them Thai and in their late teens or early 20s. The vibe is young, the mood carefree, and with lots of security, you can feel safe as you party the night away.

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Onyx Bangkok Nightclub in RCA

Onyx Bangkok

Onyx is the latest club to join the clubbing Mecca of RCA (Royal City Avenue) in Bangkok, with a focus on bass-heavy Read More...

Route 66 Nightclub

Route 66 Nightclub

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Live RCA Club

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Ztudio Live Hall at RCA

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Slim & Flix Club on RCA

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RCA Clubs in Bangkok

Live Arena RCA

Live Arena RCA is open periodically for certain events, which at the moment are about once a week. Music-wise, it’s heavily EDM and house focused – they’ve already welcomed some big-name international DJs such as 2ManyDJs, Fritz Kalkbrenner, Yves V and Moonbootica. 

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  • Opening Hours: Depends on the event
  • Location: RCA Alley, Khwaeng Bang Kapi, Khet Huai Khwang, Bangkok 10310, Thailand
  • Tel: +66(0)86 860 0808
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Mello Yellow

More of a music club and mini-concert hall than a party house, this funky venue is where to go to meet like-minded music lovers – and down a few bottles of beer or choose a bottle from their impressive wine list.

The place keeps its concert schedule eclectic and diverse, welcoming all music genres, although there is definitely a focus on jazz. The live jamming sessions are the most fun, as they bring together spontaneous acts between local and international artists. 

  • Opening Hours: Monday–Saturday from 6pm to 2am
  • Location: RCA Alley, Khwaeng Bang Kapi, Khet Huai Khwang, Bangkok 10310, Thailand
  • Tel: +66 (0)2 641 4283
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Onyx Bangkok

Onyx is one of the biggest and most impressive clubs to join the clubbing Mecca of RCA (Royal City Avenue) in Bangkok, with a focus on bass-heavy house and EDM music. Entry fee is 300 baht with a free drink and it's usually the last place to close.

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  • Opening Hours: Daily from 9pm to 2am
  • Address: RCA Alley, Khwaeng Bang Kapi, Khet Huai Khwang, Bangkok 10310, Thailand
  • Tel: +66 (0)81 645 1166
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Route 66

Route 66 Nightclub on Royal City Avenue (RCA) has achieved legendary status in Bangkok for its wild parties, and it seems everyone in the city has passed through their doors at one time or another. Open 7 nights a week from 8pm to 2am, this massive club tries to cater for all musical tastes. Entry is free Read More...

  • Opening Hours: Daily from 8.30pm to 2am
  • Location: 28 New Petchaburi Rd, Bang Kapi, Huai Khwang, Bangkok 10310, Thailand
  • Tel: +66 (0)1 440 9666
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Taksura

Taksura is a popular beer bar frequented by a mostly student crowd looking to down a few beers with friends. The exposed timber, vintage decor and acoustic cover band gives it a country pub kind of vibe – loud, and a lot of fun.

To accompany your tower of Singha, there's a tasty range of Thai dishes such as grilled pork and tom yum soup. Taksura is the biggest and busiest bar in Block D of RCA, close to the Petchaburi Road entrance. Beers here are much cheaper than elsewhere on RCA, making it a good place to fuel up before hitting the clubs further down the street or for those times when you want to chat without screaming into someone's ear.

  • Opening Hours: Daily from 6pm to 1am
  • Location: RCA Alley Block D, Khwaeng Bang Kapi, Huai Khwang, Bangkok 10310, Thailand
  • Tel: +66 (0)2 203 0972
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Tha Beatlounge

The best place to go for true hip-hop and rap music in Bangkok, look for the graffiti-style banner above Tha Beatlounge, a small, fashionable, but above all, friendly club on RCA. In the midweek, this place is fairly quiet, but on weekends hip-hop fanatics bring their own record collections and take turns demonstrating their turntable tricks, while rappers are encouraged to get on the mic. The crowd create a good-time vibe, helped by the reasonable drink prices. Anyone looking for the true hip-hop scene in Bangkok must check out The Beat Lounge.

  • Opening Hours: Tuesday–Sunday from 8pm to 2am
  • Location: RCA Alley Block C, 26 Bang Kapi, Huai Khwang, Bangkok 10310, Thailand
  • Tel: +66 (0)89 886 5665
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The Proud Market Bangkok

The Proud Market is an excellent addition to Bangkok night markets, offering an interesting selection of food, shopping and entertainment. The range of street food is the real highlight, with a broad selection of wallet-friendly noodle dishes, kebab sticks and freshly prepared Thai curries, along with fancier dishes like fresh crabs, steaks and racks of ribs; Read More...

  • Opening Hours: Thursday–Tuesday from 4pm to 1am (closed on Wednesday)
  • Address: Rama IX Rd, Bang Kapi, Huai Khwang, Bangkok 10310, Thailand
  • Tel: +66 (0)80 997 8199
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Ratchadapisek Area

Massage parlours with names like Poseidon and Emmanuelle are found scattered all along Ratachadapisek Road and cater mostly to those locals partial to a full service'. The reliably gaudy and garish neon signs mean you can't miss them. Then there's Ratchada Cabaret (opposite Soi 6), which offers a popular ladyboy show less well known to holidaymakers.

While famous for both of the above, Ratchada is also one of Bangkok's best-kept after dark secrets - a place where loud neon-lit drinking spots cater to whisky sipping locals set on having a mostly wholesome time with their friends. Much of the action takes place within a tightly packed cluster of music pubs, bars and clubs found in Ratchada Soi 4. Highlights here include Zaleng, Baku, Pure Bar, and Ivre and the very popular and well-executed Snop. With no entry fees it's a great spot for bar-hopping, although it can get frenetically busy, especially on weekends.

Prices for drinks are very affordable and some places close later than most other places in Bangkok (though you may need to buy a bottle of whisky to partake). Worth bearing in mind is that foreigners may feel something of an oddity here, although the locals knocking back watered-down Scotch will make you feel nothing less than welcome.

Useful information

  • There are so many places to check out on RCA, its useful to note that all clubs issue guests with a stamp upon entry that allows them to enter and re-enter throughout the night.
  • In the old days, RCA was a notorious magnet for underage teens, so today bringing ID is a must. All of the clubs will ask you for it as a matter of course.
  • Route 66 and Onyx now have metal detectors and will search bags upon entry
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