Bangkok, Excursions, Restaurant — 28 May 2013 14 h 13 min

If clubbing is your thing, the answer is RCA.

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If clubbing is your thing, the answer is RCA.

Between Rama IX road and Phetchaburi road, in the Huai Khwang district in Bangkok, you find the city’s largest entertainment and clubbing area, called Royal City Avenue or simply RCA.

Along this road, which was set up by the government years ago, you’ll find an UMG cinema, a bowling alley, a cart track and numerous restaurants, pubs and dance clubs.

The area is mostly visited by Thai youngsters, but in the popular clubs like Route 66, Slim & Flix, you’ll find plenty of Westeners clubbing together with the locals.

Being a government-designated nightlife zone, RCA is a safe place to go out, with plant of security guards, parking spaces and an official closing time at 2.00 am.

The strip is open seven days a week and even on weekdays it’s visited by many partygoers, but weekends can get very crowded with locals in their late teens, early 20′s.

Foreigners have to pay at most clubs a fee to enter from between 200 and 400 Baht, which mostly will include a few free drinks, and prices on RCA are common cheaper then on the by foreigners popular Sukhumvit Road or clubs on Silom.

Notable clubs on RCA are:

  • Route 66
  • Flix
  • Slim
  • Hobb
  • Ezze
  • The Overtone Music Cave
  • Nospace
  • 808
  • Inch
  • JazzIt
  • Baroque Club
  • Love Boat Club
  • Dude Nightclub
  • T.D.C. club

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Royal City Avenue (RCA)

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