-5 Ice Bar and Lounge
Dressing up in Eskimo coats and gloves seems bizarre in Pattaya – it’s a tropical city after all – but it’s a necessary prelude to the most unusual bar in the city. -5 Ice Bar is, quite simply, a bar made out of ice. Actually, it’s two bars: as you enter the building there is a Read More...
The interior of 808 is divided into a lot of small enclaves on multiple levels, giving you a little bit of privacy around your table even in the midst of one of the most popular clubs in Pattaya. Often packed with a fun crowd of local Thais, and expatriates as well as tourists, it is the Read More...
- Opening Hours: 14:00 – 02:00
- Location: Above Candyshop, Walking Street, South Pattaya
- Tel: +66 (0)81 175 6031
AQUA Lounge Bar & Pub
This poolside bar at the Mercure Pattaya is good on most days but great on special occasions, attracting a great many of the party animals amongst the city’s lively local and expat communities. The Day & Night Pool Parties during the tourist season are popular and fun, with great local DJs, drinks offers and prizes. When it isn’t a special occasion, AQUA has daily different themes and music styles (and even theme-specific drinks) and two happy hours, running from 17:00 – 19:00 and 23:00 – 01:00.
- Opening Hours: 17:00 – 01:00
- Location: 484 Moo 10, Pattaya 2nd Road Soi 15, South Pattaya
- Tel: +66 (0)3 842 5050
They're ramshackle, cheap and loud but often a lot of fun 'Pattaya's beer bars are legendary! Some are found in enclosed shop houses, but most come jam-packed together inside tatty open-plan corrugated sheds, each comprised of little more than a few stools and raised speakers assembled round a rather sorry-looking central bar. There are literally hundreds Read More...
Fflic Cliff & Pool Club
A fairly new concept of venue for Pattaya, Fflic is similar in style and nature to some of the top beach clubs of Phuket. They have a daily DJ playing funky R&B tunes and a bartender show as well as regular and popular special events with big-name international talents. Being right on the coast in Phratamnak, Read More...
- Opening Hours: 10:00 – 02:00
- Location: 286/5 Rajchawaroon Road, Soi Kasetsin 11, Phratamnak
- Tel: +66 (0)88 498 6165, +66 (0)81 892 8114
A resort for all tastes, Pattaya Beach ensures muscle boys, bikers and boy toys are kept happy. Gay-only bars and go-go joints are centred around the aptly named Boyz Town (Soi Pattayaland 1 & 3 and Soi 13/4). Highlights along these busy, noisy, neon-lit streets include Throb/Splash (325 Pattayaland 3). In addition to being a conventional go-go bar, this also has a fish tank in which well-toned guys glide and dive gracefully through the water in very tight pants. After that there's a storming cabaret show. Sunee Plaza is just off the strip, quieter and more private.
These enclosed bars with dancers up on stage. The rules are easy to grasp: Entry is free, photography forbidden, music loud, booze flowing. Prices for drinks average around 100 baht for a beer or shot and mixer, with drinks for your host coming in at slightly more. Read More...
Gulliver’s Walking Street (“Red Car Bar”)
Most great nights on Walking Street start at the Red Car Bar. Extremely popular amongst Thais, expatriates and tourists alike, it has an electric atmosphere that is packed with punters on a nightly basis. There is a large central bar, great music with live DJ sets, pool tables and little alcoves along one wall for a little privacy and somewhere to sit. Between the relative calm near the pool tables and the dancing near the DJ decks at the opposite end, large numbers of large groups enjoy the music and chat by the bar. While the name of “Walking Street” is shown on a lit-up London Underground-style sign outside, it is the big red Cadillac hanging from the wall of the small alley leading to the front door which gives this place its common name.
- Opening Hours: 20:00 – late
- Address: 89 Walking Street, South Pattaya
- Tel: +66 (0)3 871 1005
Hard Rock Cafe
The Hard Rock brand is synonymous with classic rock tunes and belly filling Tex-Mex food, and that’s exactly what you get at Hard Rock Café Pattaya. From the guitar shaped sign that blinks overhead as you arrive, to the rock memorabilia on the walls and the keyboard styled bar, Hard Rock Café delivers an unmistakable slice Read More...
Hooters Pattaya is the largest branch of the famous nightlife brand outside of America. Opening in January 2016, it brings the well-known theme of buxom waitresses in orange hot pants and tasty American food to Pattaya Beach Road, along with a great sports bar with a humorous atmosphere and a mechanical bull. Read More...
Hopf Brew House
While there is no shortage of beer bars in Pattaya, finding somewhere that is suitable for all ages, places an emphasis on the quality of the food and expertly brews its own beer is not at all easy. Thankfully, Hopf Brew House scores high on all three counts and should be experienced at least once for Read More...
Horizon Rooftop Bar and Restaurant
Horizon Rooftop Bar and Restaurant at Hilton Pattaya Hotel offers the most sophisticated space in the whole city in which to enjoy a premium cocktail or even some excellent fusion cuisine. Spread out expansively across the 34th floor, this breezy rooftop bar in Pattaya has a 360 degree panoramic view of Pattaya City and the endless Read More...
- Opening Hours: 17:00 – 01:00
- Location: 34th Floor, Hilton Pattaya Hotel, Beach Road on the corner of Soi 9 (above Central Festival Pattaya shopping mall)
- Tel: +66 (0) 38 253 000
The Ice Cube at V2O Cocktail Bar Pattaya
The Ice Cube at V2O Cocktail Bar Pattaya is one of the cooler venues on Walking Street – literally. While most of the place is pretty well air-conditioned, the highlight is the titular Ice Cube, which is essentially a walk-in freezer chilled to -11°C. Fortunately, there’s an excellent selection of tasty flavoured vodka shots available to Read More...
Insomnia Nightclub on Walking Street is the liveliest club in Pattaya and packs the crowds in seven nights a week, playing bass-fuelled house and techno music to an energetic clientele of mostly foreign men and beautiful Thai women. Visually stunning, Insomnia in Pattaya has a range of lasers that swish over the heads of the crowd Read More...
Mixx Nightclub in Pattaya is glitzy and glamorous with two spacious rooms playing a range of party music to an international crowd of revelers. It is a club that has successfully combined an up market, sophisticated décor with a fun-loving party vibe and attracts a mixture of Walking Street clientele, couples, locals and young Thais down Read More...
Pattaya Beer Garden with Muay Thai bouts
Located at the entrance to Walking Street, Pattaya Beer Garden is, for many, a relaxed way to ease yourself into a night at the clubs with a few quiet drinks or a cheap meal. However, its great view across the bay and mix of rock and pop music makes this an extremely popular venue in its Read More...
- Opening Hours: 10:00 – late
- Location: Beach Road, South Pattaya
- Tel: +66 (0)3 871 0754
The area known as Pattayaland is made up of two and a half streets at the very southern end of Beach Road, just before it becomes Walking Street, and it is the home to a mix of girlie bars and gay bars (though it is mostly the latter). Soi 13/3 is called Pattayaland Soi 1 and is home to X-Boys Pattaya Show and Cupidol Bar. A narrow alley about halfway down the street connects it to Soi 13/4 – Pattayaland Soi 2 – which is home to Cats A Go-Go and The Classroom Ago-go. Finally, Boyz Town (Pattayaland Soi 3) is formed by a loop of soi from Second Road to the middle of Soi 13/4 and contains Boys Boys Boys Nightclub and Copa Show Bar. This whole section of town can be very flamboyant and fun.
- Location: Just south of Royal Garden Plaza, between Beach Road and Second Road
Pattaya has something of a reputation around the world for nighttime naughtiness, and Soi 6 is almost certainly the epicentre of that, with almost every building housing a beer bar. To old hands and expats, it is Soi Half-a-Dozen and sometimes also Soi Yodsak. The annual Soi 6 Weekend Party, usually held at the start of Read More...
- Location: Just south of Pattaya Beach Garden Hotel, between Beach Road and Second Road
Soi LK Metro
Soi LK Metro is kind of like a poor man’s Walking Street, not least because everything costs less here. It is significantly shorter, being only about 200m from one end of the L-shaped alley to the other. It gets its name from the fact that it circumnavigates the LK Metropole hotel. The street itself is almost Read More...
- Location: Around the LK Metropole, connecting Soi Buakhao and Soi Diana Inn
The Pier Disco Club Pattaya
Regularly drawing big-name DJs from Ibiza, the US and across Asia as well as huge crowds of fun-loving hip-hop fans, The Pier is especially popular amongst Pattaya’s high society. Any vaguely special day is an excuse for a party and The Pier’s party is likely to be amongst the best in town. With a large, multi-level interior and more laser lights, disco balls and smoke machines than any other club on Walking Street, a state-of-the-art sound system, a huge LED screen and beautiful coyote dancers, it delivers a complete entertainment experience.
- Opening Hours: 19:30 – late
- Address: 190 Walking Street, South Pattaya
- Tel: +66 (0)81 177 7085
The Roof Sky Bar & Restaurant
The Roof Sky Bar & Restaurant Pattaya is a fun and lively place to chill out throughout the day and night. Found atop the Siam@Siam Design Hotel, it has an eclectic modern style, outstanding views across Pattaya Beach and is the home of memorable pool parties and film nights.
The open-air eatery covers two levels. On Read More...
- Opening Hours: 07:00 – 24:00
- Address: 24th Floor, Siam@Siam Design Hotel Pattaya, 390 Moo 9, Pattaya 2nd Road, North Pattaya
- Tel: +66 (0)3 893 0600
- Cuisine: International
Soi Buakhao is increasingly known as the new Walking Street. Running all the way from Pattaya Klang to Pattaya South Road, the narrow road is somewhat less family-friendly than its more famous predecessor – which is saying something. It attracts an older audience, so has fewer high energy night clubs. Instead, it has more beer bars, ladyboy bars and go-go bars than anywhere else in the city. Notable off-shoots include Action Street (where every single bar is a ladyboy bar) and Soi LK Metro (where the same can nearly be said about go-go bars, but there are also a few highly-regarded sports bars).
The Sportsman Pub Pattaya
The Sportsman Pub Pattaya is one of the most popular British-style pubs in the city, which is saying quite a lot considering this is a tourist town bursting full of places to drink. Located just off the main Beach Road on Soi 13, this long running British boozer has a daily line-up of live sports, and Read More...
Alcazar Cabaret Show
Beautiful transsexuals mime old and new favourites, deliver comic impersonations and dramatic skits while dressed in glitzy outfits. Tourists by the busload.
- Opening Hours: 17:00, 18:30, 20:00 and 21:30
- Location: 78/14 Pattaya 2nd Road, North Pattaya
- Tel: +66 (0)81 781 1703
- Tour Available: Alcazar Cabaret Show
A low-key, open-air ladyboy cabaret nestled amidst a cluster of beer bars on Second Road. No entry fee, just roll up and order a beer.
- Opening Hours: 20:45 (except Mondays)
- Location: Corner of Soi 13 Pattaya Second Road
A Pattaya institution and must-see suitable for all ages. With over 30 years of lip pouting, eyelash fluttering and hip swiveling under its garter, this is Southeast Asia's oldest, and perhaps most opulent, ladyboy cabaret. Performances at 18:00, 19:30 and 21:00 each night take place inside a palatial 1,000-seat theatre as dazzling as the show.
- Opening Hours: 18:00, 19:30, 21:00
- Location: 464 Moo 9, Pattaya Second Road, North Pattaya
An Aussie bar, as the name suggests, Billabong is among the biggest and most popular places in Soi LK Metro. It has a large main party area with six big TV screens for watching international sports as well as two free pool tables, free Wi-Fi and low prices on beers and spirits. While bottled beers start from 70 baht each, there are good special promotions to bring the prices down even further. There’s also a live band playing rock and pop most evenings. Technically the restaurant/bar for the Billabong Hotel in the floors above, you can get Thai and international food up to 22:00. The bar has a great atmosphere and many charming hostesses.
- Opening Hours: All day
- Location: Back corner of Soi LK Metro, opposite I-Rovers Sports Bar, South Pattaya
- Tel: +66 (0)3 848 9255
The Cave Pattaya
Built to resemble its namesake, The Cave promises to rock you with their house band playing from 18:30 to after midnight every evening. Opened in December 2014, the custom-built venue was specifically designed for live rock music, with the stage at the back, the bar along the left-hand wall and and five flat-screen TVs dotted around the room showing a live feed of the stage so that you can see what’s going on from any angle. There is also space out front to have a few drinks if you feel it’s getting too stuffy inside. Drinks prices are pretty reasonable, with spirits (with free mixers) from 65 baht and all beers just 55 baht during the 18:00 to 21:00 happy hour.
First opening in August 2005, Champagne is probably the most popular go-go bar in Soi LK Metro. It has undergone a few renovations through its life and is now a flashy, modern place. While the stage design is nothing unusual for Pattaya (a long central stage with chrome poles and about six dancers at a time), the seating is a bit more creative, including some elevated little booths for a slightly more personal experience and a better view while maximising the seating capacity. Draught beer is reasonably priced at 85 baht while bottled beer and lady drinks are slightly costly at 125 baht and 150 baht respectively.
Crystal Club Agogo
Formerly Lolitas Gentleman’s Club, Crystal Club opened in July 2013 and rapidly became one of the more popular places on Soi LK Metro. It has a clean, modern look which suits its name, with a large central stage accommodating six dancers. Drinks prices start at just 69 baht for draught beer, though bottled beers are around 125 baht and lady drinks around 130 baht.
I-Rovers Sports Bar
I-Rovers was originally named The Irish Rovers, but was bought by an Englishman, who completely renovated it and renamed it. It now has a very open, modern design with dozens of flat-screen televisions showing different sports. There is also a pool table, a couple of darts boards, a few guesthouse rooms upstairs and a large projector screen for showing the night’s biggest sporting events. I-Rovers is perhaps best known as the home of the best and cheapest full English breakfast in Pattaya, costing just 99 baht.
Kilkenny Bar and Guesthouse
A large and very popular bar in the back corner of Soi LK Metro, Kilkenny is similar in nature to the Billabong Bar it is situated opposite. It has a great, well-established atmosphere and good drinks prices, as well as plenty of TV screens showing international sports and a couple of pool tables. While the hostesses are friendly, this is not a girlie bar. It is just a good place to take it easy and have a few cheap drinks.
Murphy’s Law Irish Pub LK Metro
Despite its modest size, Murphy’s Law is probably the most iconic bar on Soi LK Metro, which is doubtless because of its larger-than-life owner, Steve. He has now opened a second bar of the same name in East Pattaya, which is just as popular as this one. Murphy’s Law has great craic, cheap beers (local beers for 65 baht, imported beers for 75 baht and various stouts and ciders available) and even a couple of cheap guesthouse rooms upstairs.
The Office A Go-Go
Despite its name, The Office does not really have a workplace theme. In fact, the layout is nothing unusual – a long central stage with five or six dancers at a time, surrounded by tiered seating and mirrors. Having opened in August 2010 in the place formerly occupied by Ice Bar, Gorkle and Memories, it has remained popular because the hostesses are among the friendliest and the drinks prices are among the lowest. Draught beer is just 65 baht while bottled beer is 110 baht and lady drinks are 135 baht.
It’s difficult to tell exactly what the name of this bar is supposed to be since the impressive sign on the door actually reads “Pandors”. However, once you get past that, you find a very good bar with friendly staff and a very narrow main stage. The bar was originally a coyote bar when it opened in October 2015 but converted to a go-go a few months later, but without expanding in size, making it one of the smaller venues on Soi LK Metro. However, it also retained impressive drinks prices, including large draught beers from 65 baht, draught cider from 90 baht and bottled beer at 120 baht.
Paradise A Gogo
Paradise is one of very few go-gos on Soi LK Metro to operate a strict no smoking policy which gives the place a fresher and cleaner atmosphere than others Originally opened in December 2011, it was renovated in 2014 and now has a cool modern look reminiscent of Crystal Club. It's now under the same management as Sweethearts A Gogo on Walking Street. The price for draught beer is 69 baht while bottled beers are 120 baht and lady drinks are 150 baht.
Showgirls Entertainment Centre
Showgirls has a very unusual layout, being a little like an amphitheatre. The stage is along the left wall with two rows of chrome poles and as many as ten dancers. The rest of the room is made up of tiers of seating, rising so that everyone gets a good view. Drinks prices are very good, with draught beer at 65 baht, bottled beer from 115 baht and lady drinks from 125 baht.
Sugar Sugar’s speciality is its regular themed nights, with the dancers dressed up as cowgirls, animals, soldiers or any number of other fancy dress outfits. They are very friendly and their fun-loving nature creates a great atmosphere in the fairly plush and swanky-styled club. Draught beer costs 65 baht, bottled beer is 120 baht and lady drinks are a little bit pricy at 150 baht.
- Opening Hours: 19:30 – 03:00
- Location: 33/75-76 Moo 10, corner of Soi LK Metro and Soi Buakhao, South Pattaya
- Tel: +66 (0)84 916 8161
Opening in December 2015 in the place previously held by Oscars and The Stag’s Head Guesthouse, Touch claims to be ‘a touch above the rest’, which is a bold but believable claim. Aside from the long central stage with seven chrome poles, there is a smaller bed-like stage to one side with a shower stage behind it. Drinks prices are on the higher side, however, with draught beer for 75 baht and bottled beers around 130 baht.
Dolls seems to be a combination of every different kind of bar available in Pattaya. It’s on Soi Yodsak, so it is naturally a beer bar, but it is enclosed and air conditioned like a go-go bar. Unusually, the walls are glass, so you can see right in from the street. This naturally means that there are no special shows, making it more like a coyote bar than anything else. Opened in October 2015, the prices for drinks are a little higher than the average for Soi 6, with a bottled Heineken costing 120 baht.
- Opening Hours: 18:00 – 01:00
- Location: Beach Road end of the northern side of Soi 6, North Pattaya
Night Wish Bar
Despite being one of the smallest bars on the street, Night Wish is the head of a chain of Soi 6 bars which includes Horny Bar, The Pussy Club, Sexy in the City and Toy Box. They are also the principle organisers behind the annual Soi 6 Weekend Party, held every June. The bar itself is a modest single shop-house-sized open venue with simple décor. It packs a punch where it counts, though, with a first-class sound system, a good choice of beverages, regular themed parties and famously friendly service.
Passion Dance Club
One of extremely few go-go bars on Soi Yodsak, Passion Dance Club is not particularly famous for its dance routines. Its design follows the same pattern as many of the Walking Street establishments, with bench seating down both sides of the central stage, which has five chrome poles. With bottled Heineken at 115 baht and lady drinks at 120 baht, it is one of Pattaya’s cheaper go-gos, but one of the more expensive places on Soi 6.
- Opening Hours: 15:00 - late
- Location: Beach Road end of the north side of Soi 6, North Pattaya
Pook Bar & Go-Go
Pook is one of the top ladyboy bars in Pattaya and, while that would ordinarily place it on Soi 6/1, the place is so big that it stretches right through to Soi 6 itself. While named as a go-go, it doesn’t even have a front wall or door. Despite this and the fact that the 30 staff are all ladyboys, it remains one of the most popular places on the street. With four wide-screen televisions and three pool tables, it is a fun place to hang out and is known for its great parties.
- Opening Hours: 14:00 – late
- Location: Soi 6/1, North Pattaya
- Tel: +66 (0)3 842 7533
Queen Victoria Inn
Queen Victoria Inn stands out on Soi 6 because it is not a girlie bar. It is instead a quite faithful recreation of an English pub, serving a wide range of draught beers and ciders as well as excellent pub grub from 08:00 until late. The staff are very friendly and welcoming (but not in the usual Soi Yodsak way) and help to create a nice atmosphere. The Queen Vic is one of the largest and more popular bars on the street and is a haven of peace and normality amid the madness of the rest of the area.
Located roughly in the middle of Soi 6 on the northern side of the road, Ruby Club one of the larger venues. It has a couple of big-screen televisions and a friendly atmosphere, making it also quite a nice place to just hang out and have a few drinks. It is sometimes described as more of a sports bar than anywhere else on Soi 6.
Scooter’s Bar Soi 6
The Scooter’s brand has three places around Pattaya, in Soi Buakhao, Soi LK Metro and, of course, Soi 6. The emphasis is on having a great night out, with the staff being friendly and fun but with a ‘no pressure’ attitude, meaning that you won’t be expected to buy a lady drink within seconds of sitting down. Unsurprisingly, the brand has a 1960s Mods theme, both in terms of the décor and the music, which is mostly Ska, Disco, Motown and Northern Soul.
The Beach Bar 2: Mods & Rockers
Formerly Walkabout Bar, The Beach Bar 2 has a fun and friendly atmosphere, where the emphasis is on having a good time rather than playing Connect 4 against bar girls. As the name suggests, it has a 1960s theme, slightly more geared towards the Mods than the Rockers. It is particularly well known for doing great parties, with tasty food and reasonably-priced beers.
It would be more accurate to call Em’s Bar a bar run by a ladyboy, rather than a ladyboy bar. Em is very friendly and welcoming and she and her staff are certainly a little bit cheeky, but in a light-hearted way which you will not see in the more notorious ladyboy bars elsewhere in Pattaya. While there are a couple of chrome poles in the place, you’re more likely to find drunk customers dancing on them than any of the servers. With a pool table, a couple of TVs and a pretty good selection of music, it’s a fun place for a party without any hassle.
Luxor Beer Bar
There is nothing outwardly obvious which sets Luxor apart from the dozens of other beer bars in the middle of Soi 7. If anything, it is a little more inconvenient to get to, being in its own little courtyard off the street, with a gaggle of excitable bar girls keeping watch to drag passing “handsome men” there. It is one of the larger establishments, with a couple of pool tables available, but it is not on the same scale as Pandora Bar. In spite of all of this, Luxor is very popular, particularly among locals. Without a doubt, the fun and friendly staff and their no-hassle attitude are major contributors to this, making the bar a great place for an easy-going time.
- Location: Middle of the Soi 7 beer bar complex, Central Pattaya
Soi 7’s biggest beer bar is easily the size of a discotheque, but is entirely open-air and is all just one bar. It has a good reputation, both for friendly staff with a generally good command of the English language and for an impressive range of local and imported beers and ciders. Being such a big bar, there are plenty of distractions available, including a number of pool tables, TVs and street-side seating to indulge in some people watching.
- Location: Next to Luxor Beer Bar, Soi 7, Central Pattaya
- Tel: +66 (0)81 577 7784
The Pig & Whistle Pub
A fairly faithful recreation of a British pub (though only on the inside as the big illuminated sign on the outside kind of ruins the effect), The Pig & Whistle is known for doing very good pub grub, with daily 195-baht specials including gammon steaks on Mondays, fish and chips on Fridays and, of course, a Sunday roast. There are also five large TVs for watching the sport, along with a selection of draught beers, stouts and ciders to enjoy.
Rolling Live 3
A large and popular live music bar, Rolling Live 3 is, as you would expect from the name, part of a chain of similarly named and similarly styled establishments around Pattaya. Rolling Live 4 is nearby, at the Second Road end of Soi 7, but this is the better of the two places in this area. It features two groups playing each night, the first from opening time until 22:00 and the second from then until closing time. During Happy Hour from 18:00 to 21:00, all beers are just 50 baht. Popular with locals and visitors, it has a great atmosphere with no bar girls to distract you from the classic rock music.
- Opening Hours: 18:00 – 03:00
- Location: Opposite Eastiny Inn Hotel, Soi 8, Central Pattaya
- Tel: +66 (0)89 939 5032
Sailor Bar & Restaurant
Sailor Bar is among the most popular bars in all of Pattaya, renowned for its fantastic hospitality and its exceptionally cheap drinks. A glass of Thai whiskey with a soft drink mixer can be had for as little as 60 baht, as can cocktails and bottled beers. They also serve food and, while the quality of the ingredients is far from spectacular, it is difficult to argue with a 65 baht breakfast. The popularity of Sailor Bar is well enough established that they do not even need coyote dancers to draw in the customers.
There’s a lot happening in Shooters, with an upstairs guesthouse, a pool table, six large TVs playing live sports and coyote dancers. It rather creatively combines a sports bar with a girlie bar and, based on the fact that the place is regularly packed, it does so successfully. It boasts Walking Street quality entertainments, but with Soi 7 prices. With friendly staff and Happy Hour from 18:00 to 21:30 seeing draught beer at 85 baht and cocktails for 80 baht, it is a believable claim. Don’t forget to check out their special deal on Thursday – all you can drink for 899 baht.
Silver Star A Go Go
Among the very few go-go bars in the Soi 7/8 area, Silver Star appears twice because of a nearby sister-bar on Soi 7 - Silver Star 2. The flagship bar is rather distinctive thanks to the big neon guitar outside. On the inside, it is quite small, with a single central stage. The dancers have a reputation for being quite pushy about buying them lady drinks. With draught beer at 65 baht and bottled beer at 105 baht, it is one of the cheaper go-gos in Pattaya and is fairly popular as a result.
- Opening Hours: 20:00 - late
- Location: Soi 8, Central Pattaya