Chiang Mai Bars

Top 5 Bars In Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai is a great city filled with history and culture, but it is also a great choice for those who want to relax and have a drink in the evening, as here you will find tens of bars, pubs and clubs that meet your needs. The Old Town is full of tourists and bars that have something for everybody. Do you want a lounge with pleasant music where you can sip a Margarita, or perhaps you want to have an ice-cold beer and watch live sports with your friends? Here are the top 5 most popular Chiang Mai Bars:

1. The Writers’ Club And Wine Bar

Like the name suggests, this is a pleasant wine bar that is very popular amongst local artists and writers, especially during the weekend. If you want to try the extensive wine selection at the bar or to taste some local delicacies, then the Writers’ Club And Wine Bar is certainly a great choice – besides, it is also located very conveniently on the Sunday Walking Street. With an experience of over 10 years in the field, the bar is a common meeting place for journalists, writers and tourists, and the house wines have reasonable prices as well.

2. The Red Lion

The Red Lion is perfect if you want to see live sports and have a drink with your friends, as this is one of the oldest bars in the city of Chiang Mai (it has been around for over 15 years). It is popular amongst businesspeople, tourists and locals, it has air conditioning and an outstanding outdoor terrace that is perfect for warm summer evenings. Free Wi-Fi Internet is available as well and various live sports are shown during the weekend days – those who love football, rugby or Formula 1 can meet here and support their favorite team!

3. The Olde Bell

The Olde Bell is a British pub/bar in Chiang Mai, located on the Roi Kroh Road. If you are British and you visit Thailand and you suddenly get homesick, then you can come to the Olde Bell and have a delicious ale or some cider along with a delicious British breakfast in no time. Affordable, stylish and with a pleasant ambiance, the Olde Bell is a popular choice for many tourists and locals alike. Besides, the bar is very quiet as well, so it is the perfect way to spend a chill afternoon.

(This one is closed, but I saw on a road a sign, maybe it’s relocated?), please use comments below !

4. The Number 1 Bar

Open every day from 12 PM to 2 AM, the Number 1 bar is considered to be one of the most popular and friendliest bars in town – this is why it is a common choice for single men and expats who want to meet girls. Unlike other bars, the Number 1 bar is pleasant and discrete, the music is good and it is somehow a café-bistro type of bar. With a beautiful outlet alongside the river, the bar has been around for many years and it serves a variety of drinks.

5. The Silapa Thai Lounge And Bar

If you are looking for a pleasant and relaxing Chiang Mai bars and lounges, then you should certainly put Silapa Thai on your list. This is a popular lounge and entertainment venue in Chiang Mai where you can have delicious, unique drinks and quality Thai Food. No matter if you want a snack or you want to serve full dinner, the Silapa Thai will surely rise to your expectations!

Chiang mai bars

Chiang mai bars, Bus Bar Chiang Mai Thailand—AG Gilmore (Flickr.com)

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