Review of Catch Beach Club
Feels not the same since they no longer have seats and tables on the beach. However still commands good Surin beach views and nice to go for a sunset drink and a pizza. Staff spoke good English.
Review of Irish Times Pub
Was recommended this by an expat friend as somewhere to watch the rugby. Unfortunately there was very heavy rain and they lost the satellite signal 20 minutes into the game. Can’t be helped I guess. Had a few pints and then ordered a burger. Very good size and a good portion of chips came with it. Waitresses very cheerful and friendly. All in all a nice place to spend a couple of hours.
Review of Timber Hut
An old haunt for me which I keep coming back. The live music varies, but that is the fun of going to see a live band, sometimes great sometimes not good or maybe good but not my music taste. Sound system is too loud but a good venue. I normally go with friends and we share a bottle of whiskey with mixers. Music is a mix of Thai and Western sings, with more Thai songs.
Review of The Green Man Pub & Restaurant
there were people doing salsa dancing which was enjoyable to watch, seemed a little run down, paving outside broken, car park overgrown in places, and the toilets ok but looking a little tatty. No air con but the night was cool so we were comfortable. We just drunk bottled beers, but they had draught beers as well.
The majority of bars and pubs are located in Patong but many can be found around the island. Other areas with a nightlife scene include Karon, Kata, Chalong and Rawai.
Soi Bangla is where the nightlife converges and there is a place for every taste available. Opening hours can be as early as 10:00am and closing can be very late. Happy Hour offered at some venues is usually late afternoon and 2 for 1 or half priced beers and cocktails can be purchased.
Please be aware that bars and pubs will close on certain Buddhist holidays.