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Big, two-level club appealing to the hardcore techno and trance music fans.
The decor is devilish with staff wearing orange uniforms and Satan's horns. How to get there: Walk from Sala Daeng BTS station or Silom MRT station to 76/1-3 Patpong Soi 1 Opening Hours: Daily from 07.00 pm. Admission: Free Soi Thaniya is the home of Japanese nightlife in Bangkok, and is part of the Patpong area.
Most of the younger Thais though, still prefer to congregate around Ratchadaphisek.
Similar bars to the ones at Patpong can be found in the lower Sukhumvit area, at Nana Entertainment Plaza (soi 4) and Soi Cowboy (soi 23), while a large number of more trendy and more expensive bars and nightclubs can be found in the higher sois as well, eg.
Take the BTS to the Chong Nonsi station or the Sala Daeng station or the MRT to the Silom station. They play disco, indie, drum & bass, hip-hop, electro, roots, techno and latin music. How to get there: The Breaks is located on Soi 2/1 off the Silom Road next to Richard's restaurant.
The club is within a walking distance from all three. Take the BTS to the Chong Nonsi station or the Sala Daeng station or the MRT to the Silom station. Tapas is located in the two-storey atmospheric venue.
(Informal sidewalk bars do stay open all night, particularly in lower Sukhumvit.) You must carry your passport for ID checks and police occasionally raid bars and discos, subjecting all customers to drug tests, though these mostly occur at places that cater for hi-society Thais.
One of Bangkok's main party districts is Silom, home not only to perhaps the world's most famous go-go bar strip Patpong, but plenty of more legitimate establishments catering to all tastes.