Phuket Nightlife: Best Nightlife Spots in Phuket for Party Animals

The atmosphere and culture of a place can be seen shifting as the day turns into the night. When you’re on a trip, you often spend the day time looking at the local museums, tourist spots, parks, etc. These Phuket Nightlife places are packed with people at night. But that doesn’t mean the streets are empty at night. In many cases, the situation can be quite the opposite.

Some places are famous for their fun and wild nighttime activities. Most of these places are bars, clubs, cocktail parties, discotheques, etc. Not just the tourists, even the locals enjoy these nighttime activities since they get to relax after a stressful day at work.

Phuket is where the night sky is filled with different shades of colors. The place is rumored to have some of the wildest parties ever. The night can often get out of hand but you can enjoy a quite drinking time too if you wish. Phuket is filled with places that come to life only after 9.

The later it becomes at night, the wilder parties get. We are presenting some of the most popular ways you can enjoy a night out in the streets of Phuket. It’s a variety of things to do so people of every culture can find their thing.

Soi Bangla

This single place alone should be enough to give you a night to remember. Whether you want to have dinner at a nice restaurant, dance away at a discotheque or enjoy a drinking game with your friends, Soi Bangla has it all.

The place is jam-packed with people all year. You can also find tons of shops on the side of the roads. So if you need to buy some souvenirs on your night walk through Soi Bangla, make sure you check them all out.

It’s basically a place to let loose and have fun. The bars and pubs have cheap beers that locals are enjoying. You can go and join them for a few drinks or hang out with your own group. You should play some silly games like beer pong while you’re there, right?

Soi Bangla comes to life after sunset, that’s when you get the true Phuket nightlife experience. The Bangla Road is closed off and is filled with people roaming around. Bright neon lights can easily brighten your day. You can hear loud music blasting through the shops and bars. Aside from visiting all the elite places, you should definitely enjoy a night of fun at Soi Bangla Road whenever you go to Phuket.

Soi Bangla
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Nightclub

For a group of people, an outing at night means clubbing. They love to mingle with people, be it friends or strangers- at these elite places with their favorite drink at hand.

Not just the expensive and VIP clubs of the city, there are some less expensive clubs in Phuket as well that can deliver equal if not more fun as an elite one. If you’re one of those club-going night owls, here are some places you can check out.

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Illuzion Phuket

This club is perfect for people who love to sway to the beats of music as well since there is a discothèque inside the club. It’s located right along Soi Bangla Road. It’s a very popular club in Patong Beach. You can get Vegas vibes from this club because of its high-quality live DJ shows.

Any type of event can be hosted at this club. The sound equipment is of topnotch quality that makes you rock with the loud blasting music. The lighting inside is also on point that complements the atmosphere perfectly. Entrance to the club is free but the drinks inside can feel slightly more expensive compared to the local bars.   

Illuzion Phuket
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White Room Nightclub

This club is also located near Bangla Road, on Soi Gonzo. It’s not as big as many of the other nightclubs around but it’s just as popular, especially the youngsters. The sound and light system bounce off of each other to create the perfect nighttime experience for someone who just wants to have fun. It’s not too dark and the crowd attracted there is quite trendy. Entrance is free so you can check it out any day. 

White Room Nightclub
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Hollywood Phuket

The name itself gives off a VIP vibe, doesn’t it? The club can be found at a beach by the Bangla Road. (Yes, as we mentioned, that’s where most of these parties take place). The club is loved by the locals and you will too once you step foot inside. The name has been changed a few times but eventually, the original name stuck. The club is known for having great parties all night long so it’s evident how much the party animals adore the spot. 

Hollywood Phuket
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Muay Thai

Have you seen the movie Ong-Bak? It’s what brought a lot of eyes into the Thai martial practice, locally known as Muay Thai. Besides dancing and drinking, the action is another form of entertainment a lot of people look for. We’re talking about some authentic Thai martial arts presentation. You can check out these places if you want to witness some brutal but professional Muay Thai fights.

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Patong Boxing Stadium

This venue is located right near Patong Beach, on a road called Sai Nam Yen Road. The place is popular among foreign visitors, tourists who became a fan of Muay Thai after witnessing Tony Ja on screen and are craving for some real-life action. The fighters are both locals and foreigners so you can get a touch of variety in this dangerously beautiful form of art.

The foreigners often lack the smoothness and effortless execution the Thai fighters bring to the ring, but they are all fun to watch. The fights at Patong Boxing Stadium take place every Monday and Thursday nights. They start at 9 PM and last till the early morning.  

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Tickets Price:

1,300 THB- one stadium seat

1,500 THB- one ringside seat

1,800 THB- one VIP seat.

Bangla Muay Thai Boxing Stadium

Bangla Muay Thai Boxing Stadium can also be found near the Patong Beach, located on Ratautit Road. Among all the other fighting venues, this is the most famous one. The fights are mostly fought by bringing international fighters from all over the world. You can still find some local fighters among them but the international level fighting is what people go there for.

Fights take place on every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. They start at 9 PM. Since the fighters are mostly international, the place has an elite vibe. So yes, the tickets are a bit costly.

Bangla Muay Thai Boxing Stadium
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Ticket Price:

1,700 THB- one stadium seat

2,000 THB- one ringside seat

2,500 THB- one VIP seat.

Phuket Stadium Saphan Hin

This venue is located on the south side of Phuket. If you want to avoid the international fighters beating each other and just want to witness some traditional Muay Thai fights, this is the place for you.

It’s not so hyped may feel a little rusty. But the fights there are considered to be more authentic than anywhere else. The fights there take place every Friday at 10 PM. The ticket price is also quite low. It’s not divided into categories, just the entrance fee which is 450 THB. 

Phuket Stadium Saphan Hin

Beach

No matter in which part of the world you travel, beaches are something everyone is fond of. Whether it’s to take a lazy walk or to have a picnic, a beach is never out of style.

Kata Beach 

Loved by the tourists and the locals, it’s a very popular place for families to spend their weekends or holidays at. The white sand of the beach along with the deep blue water of the sea creates a scenic view that can put any restless mind at peace. Kata beach is less crowded than Patong, which is considered to be the national beach of Phuket.

Kata Beach
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Nai Yang 

Nai Yang is another one of those less crowded beaches where you can enjoy some quiet moments. There are some homey restaurants and bars located right on the sandy portion. There are also a few expensive resorts resting on Nai Yang. If you need a beach where you won’t be overwhelmed with the presence of too many people, then this is the perfect spot.

Nai Yang
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Patong

As we mentioned above, it’s the national beach of Phuket. It’s the most popular beach of the island where people are seen swarming along its 2.5 kilometers long area. The beach is always packed with people no matter which season it is.

Patong is a favorite for not just the tourists, but the locals as well. Even if you tend to avoid crowded places, we recommend visiting this beach at least once. Otherwise, your true journey of experiencing Phuket will be incomplete.  

Patong
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Final Thoughts

It’s not possible to cover every single thing you can do in Phuket by writing only one piece. We tried to highlight some of the most popular activities that are enjoyed by almost everyone. Find your thing among these places and put them on your itinerary when you plan a trip to Phuket.

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