Category: Udon Thani Bars

Soi Sampanthamit in Udon Thani

Soi Sampanthamit in Udon Thani

Soi Sampanthamit in Udon Thani is not picture-postcard turf. Cluttered pathways, sombre-looking shops and behind the times’ architecture rules iron-handed over modern design, but that all said, for many folks, it’s the land of milk and honey. Soi Sampanthamit has some excellent hotels, restaurants and bars and is a much-trodden street for people seeking...

Thai Bar Girls and Ladyboys in Udon Thani

Thai Bar Girls and Ladyboys in Udon Thani

Anyone looking to meet Thai bar girls in Udon Thani won’t need thick lens glasses to find them. There’s no need to beat the bushes too hard because Udon Thani nightlife is rich in bars and clubs and its main nightlife area has a gaggle and giggle of night venues, bar girls, ladyboys and ice-cold beers. Udon Thani nightlife...

The Happy Buddha Bar in Ban Dung

The turn of phrase ‘Home is where you lay your hat’ is valid at the Happy Buddha Bar & Restaurant in Ban Dung because it’s ‘home from home’ for many ex-pats living in the town and its surrounding rice clad and rubber affluent districts. It’s also somewhere I choose to...

Nightlife in Udon Thani – Bars and Clubs

Anyone who steps outside of Thailand’s tourist brochure for the first time and hops on a plane, train or bald-tyre bus to one of the country’s provincial cities are probably surprised their lemming-style leap has a soft, cushy landing and not a loud, dull thump. Thailand’s major cities have both quality and...

Fuzzy Ken’s One Stop Western Food Shop in Udon Thani

Fuzzy Ken’s One Stop Western Food Shop in Udon Thani

I first wrote about Fuzzy Ken’s Bar and Restaurant in Udon Thani back in April 2011 and the post, like the bar, is still attracting regular visitors each week.  Fuzzy Ken’s brand is built on friendly service, very reasonably priced food and drinks, plus a library stacked high and wide...

Western Bars in Ban Dung, Udon Thani

At first glance, Ban Dung looks like a typical Thai rural market town. There are oodles of noodles, chunks of hardware stores, a central market, a bustling bus station, gold shops, ATM’s, banks, open front pharmacies and enough Buddhist orange gift buckets to scrub a herd of buffaloes clean. There...

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