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  Bars in Phi Phi - Tonsai and Loh Dalum
 

Phi Phi's nightlife has several very positive things going for it. It's compact, entertaining, young and vibrant and - unlike many other tourist destinations in this part of the world - it's not sleazy.

The island's many pubs and bars are centrally located and easy to find. At 2am the music stops but bars generally stay open for as long as they have customers.

One distinctive feature of Phi Phi's nightlife is the many displays of 'buckets' lined up for sale. The ingredients of this one-way ticket to oblivion are: Ice, Red Bull (energy drink), mixer, straws and a half-bottle of spirits. Revelers simply add the Red Bull, mixer and spirits, dig in with their straws and the rest is a rather hazy experience. Prices range from 200 baht for Sang Som (local sugar cane rum) to 500 baht for Jack Daniel's.
  Tonsai Central
 

One of the main areas in which to find the happening bars is in and around Ton Sai and along the interconnecting 'road' to Loh Dalum Bay. Here, you'll find the likes of Rolling Stoned Bar, featuring live music, the next-door Reggae Bar with Thai boxing, the Sports Bar and the busy and popular Tiger Bar. Very close by is Jordan's Irish Pub which is suprisingly authentic, the air conditioning ensures a smokey atmosphere.

The Reggae Bar, something of a Phi Phi institution, is a large drinking spot with a cast of hundreds. There's a heavy beat laid down, pool tables, and because the place is open-sided, no cigarette fumes. The centerpiece of this bar is its muay Thai (Thai boxing) ring. It's a fairly unique experience to watch two foreigners dressed up as Thai boxers complete with leather headgear go at each other refereed by a tubby Thai official.

It's fascinating stuff and the huge flat screen showing MTV clips above the proceedings is heartily ignored when fights take place. Tamla Motown, it has to be said, is not exactly conducive to Thai boxing so when the music switches to Thai traditional fight stuff and two young Thai boxers come into the ring the mood switches abruptly. Fights start at 21:30.

Upstairs from the Reggae Bar is a club called Tin Tin's that doesn't really get going until late but as this is the only bone fide club on the island you can expect it to be hot in the wee hours.
 Tonsai Beachfront
 

The beach scene on Phi Phi is alive and well. At Hippies Bar the vibe is Rock n' Roll with 'Jailhouse Rock' thundering out. Never mind that the song is more than 50 years old, Phi Phi has its own agenda when it comes to partying.

You will hear every type of music on Phi Phi at night time, from Sea Gypsy music to Red Hot Chili Peppers to Coldplay to The Beatles to Edith Piaf and everyone enjoys every note of it.

Hippies bar is very well known in Phi Phi and popular every night there's a fireshow around 9pm. Twice a month half moon parties are held with dancing on the beach, fire dancers and a decidedly international clientele. Close by is Carpe Diem which is very similar, it has a 'beach chillout lounge', morning yoga lessons and more fire dancing.

Closer to the main part of town is Apache Bar with its very loud music, you can't miss it. Carlitos Bar has the motto 'where the sun shines up your ass'. Although it straddles the path, the beach side is where the action is.

Closer to town than the beachfront is the notable Deco Bar, above Phi Phi Scuba Diving, this bar is like a very large balcony. Music is played at a normal volume so conversation thrives, which is something that can't be said for many other night spots on the island.
 Loh Dalum
 

Over in Loh Dalum Bay the night scene is decidedly more laid back than Tonsai Village and much quieter. Here, there's no hustle and bustle and it's more relaxed and chilled out, music is played at a reasonable volume.

If you're into chilled-out tunes on the beach, wooden décor and sand under your feet then Sunflower's the place for you. Further along, Sunset Bar has 'mon' (Thai triangular cushions) for seating and serves posh coffees and cocktails. Some 100 metres further down the sand is Beach Bar, an extension of Ciao Bella Restaurant, a quiet sort of cocktail bar with music to match.




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