Below: Other Andaman Coast Destinations - Best of the Rest
Whilst Ao Nang is predominately a family destination and lacks wild nightlife, it does have a few decent bars and pubs. Click on the map to locate any of the bars below. To find a bar, click on the map.
Ao Nang’s late night dance club has a reputation for extortionate drinks prices and fights.
Amy's 69 Lounge
Amey's Dance & Lounge Bar. There's not much lounging about done at Amey's after midnight. Hop until you drop. You can't miss it, it's just down and across from Mcdonalds and is painted a lusiously and almost lacivisiously livid green. Highly recommended for those who want to have a relaxed but inebriated party, and not be hassled.
A hundred metres towards the sea from the boxing stadium, the rasta-run Lazy bar is a cool place.
This is Ao Nang’s girly bar street. Music from 10 small bars deafens the visitor, while innumerable women hassle him.
This is an area of 10 bars just behind the beach-front road. The best of these bars are the KR bar and the Rocky bar. Neither of these bars employ bar girls and the visitor can thus enjoy a beer unmolested.
Ao Nang’s most friendly and low-key bar, where most of the denizens are locally-resident Westerners, is a good place to pick up local information while enjoying a hassle-free drink.
The rastas here will make you feel well welcome. From the boxing stadium on the way to the beach, it's the first place on the right.
Murphy’s Irish Pub
This friendly bar sometimes serves Irish beer, and is always an easy-going and relaxed place for a drink
The Irish Rover
If you want to be guaranteed good Western beer on draught, this is the place for you. Live music is occasionally provided, notably a great Elvis impersonator every Thursday night.
The Last Fisherman’s
Ao Nang’s best beach bar also serves tasty but expensive barbeques, and is a great place from which to watch the sunset.
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