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Bangkok Sky Train Jazz Bar – Photo Essay

Have a drink with us at the Bangkok Sky Train Jazz Bar.  We recently had to go to Bangkok for a few days to extend our visa.  For us, this means an excellent opportunity to get to know Bangkok a little better.  Because you won’t find this small hole in the wall Jazz Bar on your own, we will include the address at the end of the article.  Fortunately, it’s on a BTS stop, so it’s easy to find.

Bangkok Sky Train Jazz Bar

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Bangkok Sky Train Jazz Bar – Ascending The Staircase

Once you’ve located the secret entrance on a side street, you have to climb a dozen stairs.  It felt like an eternity, but we were fascinated with the graffiti/art we saw everywhere within the entrance to the Bangkok Sky Train Jazz Bar.  They seemed to have a retro movie theme going on.  It was a feast for the eyes.  When finally got to the first floor and we found another bar, I’m not sure what the name was, but I loved the eclectic mix of furniture and pieces. We were transported back thirty years. It felt great being in a space that was different and not something we see every day in Thailand.

Rooftop Jazz Bar Endless View

After our mini tour, we went up to the rooftop, and a fantastic sky train view was available.  The BTS goes right by you; it’s great to see it from another angle other than being on it.  There wasn’t live music when we were there, but they do have live gigs.  Okay, I must admit they didn’t play any Jazz music when we were there, which would have added to the atmosphere,  but we loved the experience.

It’s a great little spot to have a beer and watch the sun go down.  They also serve food.  We didn’t eat anything there, but the menu looked pretty good.  Prices are decent.  We suggest you drop in if you want something different other than fancy Malls and exhausting shopping.

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How To Get There:

Victory Monument BTS Station

Address: 46 Rang Nam Alley, Khwaeng Thanon Phaya Thai, Khet Ratchathewi, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10400. 

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Photo Credit:  @Celestems9 (All photos taken with an iPhone 7)







Celeste is a co-founder of Feral Africa along with her husband, Keith. Their love for travel has led them to create a Digital Nomad lifestyle. She is passionate about helping others create a similar lifestyle. She also loves travel photography and surfing. She believes that the best thing about being a Digital Nomad is that you can live anywhere in the world.

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