Hot and Sexy Nightlife of Koh Chang

Enjoy the nightlife in koh Chang, if you get drunk dont ride a motobike. (photo by: lloydi)

The Nightlife of Koh Chang has various preferences. For typical island beach chilling and cheap alcohol, the various beach bars should satisfy.

White Sand Beach Nightlife:


Where to go in White Sand Beach Nightlife?

15 Palms

This is a great place to sip a drink. The bar also features exciting fire shows and cheap cocktails.

The Milky Bar

Test your singing ability at the Milky Bar, a karaoke bar featuring big TV screens in private VIP rooms.

Sabay Bar

Undoubtedly the most popular bar on this beach, Sabay Bar features the seating area right on an air-conditioned club section, where a live Filipino band plays all your favourite hits. The bar is busy always.

Oodie’s Place

One of the most popular island hangouts, Oodie’s Place is a fun place packed with great Thai and French cuisine as well as live music played by the owner himself.

Bar 69

The bar has a pool table, and serves a variety of colourful cocktails as well as light meals.

Paddy’s Palms

Paddy’s Palms serves pub grubs and a wide range of beer, wine, cider and spirit.


Lonely Beach Nightlife:

Where to go in Lonely Beach Nightlife?

Tree House

Tree House is a small lovely bar serving local and international food on wooden platform overlooking the beautiful shore.

Lemon Bar

This bar offers lively atmosphere with regular DJs.

BB Divers Pool & Lounge

This dive shop is a bar and restaurant with its own swimming pool and serving a variety of pizza as well as Thai and a mix of Western food.


Klong Prao Nightlife:

Where to go in Klong Prao Beach Nightlife?

Although not well-known for its nightlife, Klong Prao features a few great places to indulge in a variety of nocturnal pleasures. Be it relaxing with a group of friends in a laid-back café like River Island Café or listen to jazzy tunes in an arty, yet classy atmosphere in Zigamar. For some other nightlife options like beer bars, head to VJ Plaza in Chai Chet Village, towards the northern end of the beach.

published: 02.04.2013