Thailand at night


By @tripguiderz

Ten best things to do in Thailand at night

With friendly locals, great food, and exciting nightlife, Thailand welcomes thousands of visitors from worldwide each year. From huge shopping malls and romantic dinner cruises to different stage shows and nightclubs, this diverse country offers a variety of fun activities for all ages. And as the night approaches, Thailand provides you plenty of things to discover, take experience of and make the most of. Here are some of the ten best things you can do in Thailand at night to have an unforgettable vacation.

1. ChangChui Airplane Night Market 

The market is one of Brock’s new kids-a mix of artistic, urban, and ecocentric all in one. The highlight of this night market is the vast obsolete L’1011 TriStar Lockheed military plane, which has been converted into a single plane. This unconventional fine dining restaurant redesigns the plane’s interior to come straight from the future of dystopia, offering course meals that take you to the ends of the world. Book your Thailand tour packages with Pickyourtrail and get ready to experience a fantastic vacation ever!

2. Asiatique Riverfront

Asiatique Riverfront

Located on the banks of the famous Chao Phraya River, Asiatique is a huge night bazaar and shopping mall with over 1500 boutiques and 40 restaurants under one roof. Its practical design, organized into four major categories, and free maps of shops and restaurants make it easy to navigate large shopping areas. With a wide range of attractive stores and fashionable Thai brands, as well as a selection of affordable stores selling great deals, Italian, Thai, and seafood restaurants, you will surely be pleased. 

3. Siam Niramit 

As reported in the Guinness Book of Records, which will be staged on the world’s most significant stage, will feature recreated villages and dancers, acrobatics hanging from the ceiling, advanced sound and lighting systems, and theatrical performances. Contains the elements of. It turns into a river towards the end of the show. Enjoy a delicious Thai dinner before the show or watch hundreds of dancers, musicians, and performance animals breathe in incredible performances. A fascinating and fun way to understand Thai traditions, this show is a dramatic presentation of Thailand’s historical and cultural heritage.

4. Chiang Mai Night Bazaar 

Chiang Mai Night Bazaar 

During the day, Chang Klang Road is a typical street in Chiang Mai, full of tourists, shops, guest houses, and tuk-tuk drivers, but at night it transforms. From dusk to midnight, hundreds of food stalls line the streets 1 km, turning the area into a shopper’s paradise. Everything is on sale, including a variety of designer products that allow you to exchange whatever you want with a street vendor, all of which add to the fun of the bazaar. The market is always open, regardless of the weather or the season. 

5. Full Moon Party 

Legend has it that one day a group of tourists realized that the best views of the full moon were from the beaches of Koh Phangan and decided to hold a party. From that day, it became an institution. Today, up to 30,000 delights visit the beaches of Koh Phangan and have a full moon party. The party is a riot of colors, music, and non-stop drinking that lasts forever. If you need a dance break, you can rest at one of the surrounding bars.

6. Loy Krathong Festival 

 The Loy Krathong Festival, which is celebrated nationwide, is an annual event on the night of the 12th of the lunar month. A craton is like a small floating basket in the shape of a lotus with a candle inside. The festival celebrates the Water Goddess for all the water she has provided in the past year. Thousands of craton have been set on fire and floating in rivers and canals. This is a truly breathtaking sight and is possibly the best time to visit Thailand. The festival is colorful, and in some cities, the entire region turns into a dance and colorful procession. 

7. Pai 


Just below the border with Myanmar is the small town of Pai, where the Shan people historically lived, and today they make a living from tourism. Lots of cheap accommodation guarantees a relaxing time during your visit. A romantic city made famous by its role in some favorite Thai movies. With so many tourists visiting each year, there is no better time to visit. 

8. SF World Cinema Central World 

After shopping at Central World for a day, enjoy the best cinematic experience at SF World Cinema. After a busy day, stylishly catch the latest blockbuster movies in two prestigious cinemas with luxurious sofa chairs, all-you-can-eat popcorn, charging stations, blankets, and even dedicated luggage storage. Please. There is also VIP access to the first-class lounge before the movie. The First Class Lounge offers a mini buffet including light meals and non-alcoholic drinks. 

9. Ride a bicycle 

Biking around Bangkok is an exciting way to learn about Bangkok’s culture, culinary traditions, and lifestyle. Ride and discover the quaint street food and flower markets selling various beautiful plants and flowers while cruising the Thonburi area along the famous Chao Phraya River. Enjoy a fantastic sunset as the sun sets before taking a break from all pedaling for dinner at a local Thai restaurant. Then continue your journey along the river at some of the city’s most spectacular landmarks, including the Temple of Dawn, the Royal Palace, and the Temple of the Reclining Buddha.

10. Mae Hong Son Local Night Market 

An ideal place for those who like cycling and racing. If you don’t feel like biking and want to enjoy the view from the top of the mountain, you can climb the hill to visit the temple there. If you’re going to taste regional and delicious Thai food, you can go to the local night market every night. The market seems very busy, offering delicious food and other things. So there are many reasons why you can reach these goals and be happy. 

Mae Hong Son Local Night Market

Essentials to carry during the trip to Thailand

1. Well-made backpack 

Invest in a decent branded bag that can comfortably carry everything without damaging things. It would help if you made the backpack straps support the weight you take and the weight should rest on your hips, not your shoulders. 

2. Toiletry Bags 

A decent dry bag for storing all toiletries is invaluable. Instead of throwing everything on the bathroom floor, open it for easy access to the items you need and choose one that’s sturdy enough to prevent the rest of your luggage from spilling. 

3. Travel Wallet

All the documents and pieces you need to carry with you when travelling – Passports, boarding passes, hotel reservations, cash, credit cards, etc. There must be enough place to store everything precious – provided, of course, keep your wallet safe. 

4. Thailand Travel Guides

There is some great information about Thailand online, but travel guides are probably the easiest way to quickly understand all the options available when starting your trip in Thailand. It’s a good idea to get a guidebook a few months before your trip to flip through the guidebook to highlight your interests. 

5. Toiletries 

Branded toothpaste, mouthwash, shampoo, soap, razor, tampon, painkillers, toilet paper and deodorant are available almost everywhere in Thailand. But, when you travel you will want to bring some of these things with you, Otherwise, you might miss out on things not available nearby.

6. Quick-Dry Towels

There are several ultra-lightweight and non-bulky towels that are a true heavenly blessing to minimize the burden of travel. They are also relatively cheap when you buy them online. 

7. Sunscreen and mosquito repellent

Apply sunscreen and mosquito repellent every morning before the start of the day, and reapply mosquito repellent around 5 pm, before the mosquitoes are most active in the dark.  

8. T-shirts, shorts, skirts

It’s easy to find a T-shirt in Thailand, but if you tend to be taller, keep in mind that it’s hard to find big clothes in Thailand. Therefore, it is beneficial to have decent quality shorts and skirts for daily travel and frequent washing. The durable zippered pockets on the shorts are also handy for storing passports and other valuables.

So these are the most beautiful things to do in Thailand at night and some of the essentials to bring to your trip to Thailand, and you can’t miss them when you come to this country. Thailand has a lot of great attractions, and Thailand will surely welcome you with countless experiences. So, what are you waiting for? Plan your trip to Thailand with Pickyourtrail by choosing one of the packaged Thailand itineraries, customize your itinerary based on your likes and preferences and have the best time. Enjoy a hassle-free trip to Thailand and make the most memorable trip.