This has to be one of the biggest mukatas I’ve seen in Chiang Mai. There is a live scene with local bands playing thai music or playing around with one (or few)-man shows (in thai of course), but mostly, you will have access, for 189bht, to an immensity of food. As much raw meat, seafood, […]
The most well-known mobile bar of Chiang Mai… which isn’t really mobile, it’s just that it opens at night and until very late in the morning. It’s a cute Jack Daniel’s van, with tables and chairs spread all around it. Although drinks are a little more pricey, they have a wide cocktail list, and they […]
Although you may expect to enter another reggae bar, be advised: there’s electronic music inside, performed by DJs. The place is wide, and you will be sitting on the ground (on pillows, of course) at the very top of the moat (which isn’t very high anyway, but who cares?). It’s a good place to chill […]
Locals gather at Tamnan Folk to enjoy a great live thai country music show (wow, so many adjectives). Similar in the concept to Tawandang, it’s a little bit tinier and cosier, which makes it easier to connect with the thai people. The scene isn’t that impressive, but the show is enjoyable and people dance a […]
Blar Blar Bar isan huge terrace/garden that offers thai food, thai beer and thai whisky in a quiet (and quite romantic) environment. There’s live music there (both thai & english rock). The card is big and full of goodies, and it’s mostly a place where locals go. The staff is friendly, too.