Do you know what one night in Bangkok is like? Come explore Silom Bangkok nightlife and you’ll see. The cosmopolitan Silom area is where Bangkok’s world-famous nightlife began. While Bangkok now has a number of entertainment districts, Silom remains unmatched in its variety of restaurants, bistros and pubs.
Probably the most well-known of all Silom Bangkok nightlife areas is Patpong. Bordered by Silom and Surawongse road; Patpong today is known just as much for its famous night market that transforms the area every evening into a combination of exotic bazaar and nightlife quarter.
Silom Soi 2 and Soi 4 are among Bangkok’s most adventurous nightlife areas as to lifestyle as well as music. The Sois have long been popular among Bangkok’s gay community and feature a blend of stylish lounges, small cocktail bars and plenty of outdoor seating. Clubs and bars here likewise were among first in the city to play house, lounge and other innovative dance and chill-out vibes. In all venues expect a wildly diverse clientele enjoying the best of Silom Bangkok nightlife.
Also in Silom is Soi Thaniya, or Little Tokyo as it’s often called. Adjacent BTS Sala Daeng station, the soi comprises almost exclusively Japanese shopping, dining and entertainment options.
Other highlights – and the word is apt – in Silom are Sky Bar at Lebua State Tower, just a brief walk from Novotel Bangkok Silom Road. The setting for scenes in the film Hangover 2, this 63rd-floor venue is arguably Bangkok’s most famous rooftop bar. Similarly, well know is laid-back rooftop venue Cloud 47 Sky Bar atop the United Centre Building.
Getting to Silom Bangkok nightlife spots is easy from Novotel Bangkok Silom Road. We’re a 10-minute walk from either BTS SkyTrain Surasak or Saphan Taksin station, and we provide a free shuttle van to BTS Sala Daeng station. Hailing a metered taxi in Silom also is easily done even late at night and into the early morning hours.