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Bangla Road, Patong

3.4
Landmark · Tourist Spot
Enjoy the nightlife or daytime ambience of one of Phuket's most-visited districts at Bangla Road, known for its bars, music, and party atmosphere. With cheap beer, international restaurants, and street performances, the road offers plenty for reveling tourists to see and do at all times (though it is undoubtedly most popular after sunset). Much of the street has come to serve and promote tourism to the area, with shops selling souvenirs and businesses conducting most of their trade in English. Make Bangla Road a centerpiece of your Patong vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Patong day trip planning app.
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  • Good time both with and without Missis Food at Italien Restaurant Salute Girls gone to the beach and the boys to Harem Gogo bar  more »
  • the infamous Bangla Walking Street in Phuket is not spare with the covid pandemic agony. the place is so quiet and deserted. only a few bars are opened and hardly any customers in there. it's a sad...  more »
  • No many bars where open, but this who are was ok, friendely staff and good service. Because of the Covid 19 situation is not much going on in Bangla Soi.  more »
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  • Amazing
  • Best Kebab I test in Thailand Fresh grill onions and special spices use especially he makes daily his own bread delicious when you test you get addicted
  • Always a hart beat, except for now. COVID 19 has changed everything. It's quite and empty. But after this horrifying pandemic it will be the main hart beat of Patong again. Always a good place to visit, relax and have a drink or two, sometimes more. The vibe rocks.
  • bustling street with plenty happening, an all round great experience. We once stayed at a hotel which i think is now closed.
  • There are currently no people there. This is a ghost city. Even construction investments are on hold. Several restaurants open only. No food bazar, lack of food troleys, closed more than 90% of Seven Eleven and Family Mart shops. In main shopping mall 2 shops still working: BigC and Watson. Practically no foreigners to be seen. Thai people you may meet on Sunday on the beach only.

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