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Canal Road (near Huay Kaew Rd intersection), Chiang Mai
weekday 23:00 - 03:00 weekend 23:00 - 03:00
Long-running gay nightclub in Chiang Mai. See Man Pub features live music, shows and Coyote dancers. Thai crowd, but foreigners are welcome.
Located opposite Khum Phucome Hotel. Open from 9pm, though rather quiet on weekdays.
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“Mandalay Bar” was a Chiang Mai gay institution. The long-running disco club were closed for a few years and has now re-opened (in 2017) under a new name “Sound Up”.
Sound Up remains the largest party venue in town. The crowd is mixed, but many LGBT. Located within the Old Town Square. Car parking spots available.
40 Nimmarnhaemin Rd, Chiang Mai
weekday 18:00 - 02:00 weekend 18:00 - 02:00
Also known as “Tawan Dang”, Warm Up Café is a long-running café bar, nightclub and favourite meeting spot for the young LGBT/mixed crowd and college students.
Located in the Nimmanhaemin area, Warm Up features upbeat music, outdoor area and laid-back vibe.
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