Where To Celebrate Chinese New Year in Bangkok?

Chinese New Year is one of the most important and busiest events of the year in Bangkok.

Millions of people come to the city to celebrate the new lunar year and take part in the various activities and parties that take place for the occasion.

One thing is for sure, the Chinese New Year in Bangkok is something special that you must experience at least once in your life.

But where? Let’s find out together in this post.

At the Gentlemen Club

Bangkok’s incredible gentlemen’s clubs always have impressive Chinese New Year events.

Watch their hot Thai models in their beautiful traditional red dresses, enjoy special performances and artists, and welcome the new lunar year in style.

A Chinese New Year celebration at one of Bangkok’s top gentlemen’s clubs is truly an experience you will not find anywhere else in the world.

The club we recommend for this occasion is The PIMP Bangkok. This place always has the most impressive shows of all. And also the hottest models.

Celebrate Chinese New Year there and have an unforgettable night. But book early, because the private rooms and VIP tables are often taken by storm.

Contact us for help with bookings.

In Chinatown

chinese tiger dance in chinatown for chinese new year celebration in bangkok

Bangkok’s Chinatown is, of course, the center of Chinese New Year celebrations.

From special markets, activities, and shows, to the incredible lion dance that crosses Chinatown’s main street, Yaowarat Road, from side to side, this is a must see at this time of year.

It’s also the best place to enjoy delicious Chinese food, shop the best Chinese products and watch traditional celebrations.

And do not forget to stop for a photo at Chinatown Gate while you are there.

At a Restaurant

chinese new year menu at so bangkok

Bangkok is home to some of the best restaurants in Asia, with delicious traditional and fusion Chinese dishes on the menu.

Do not miss the special Chinese New Year dishes and preparations put together by the city’s best tables.

Go to Mei Jiang for Chinese fusion cuisine, Loong Foong for a Chinese buffet or Fei Ya for traditional Chinese food.

And if you want to try the best tables during your stay in Bangkok, do not miss our list of the best restaurants in town.

beautiful thai girl in chinese dress at iconsiam mall bangkok

It may sound like a strange suggestion, but if you’ve ever been to one of Bangkok’s top shopping malls, you probably know how they handle big events.

The city’s luxury shopping malls always outdo themselves with decorations, shows and special vendors for major events, whether it’s New Year’s Eve, Valentine’s Day, Songkran or Chinese New Year.

For Chinese New Year, we recommend IconSiam. Here you can find dancers performing by the river, special Chinese food stools in the food court and a lot of cool decorations for unique photos.

At a 5-Star Hotel

chinese dragon in front of marriott marquis hotel in Bangkok for chinese new year celebration

Like the shopping malls, the 5-star hotels in Bangkok always go the extra mile when organizing events for the big festivals and celebrations of the year.

Chinese New Year is no exception.

From special Chinese food buffets to performances and dances, get ready for an event that will introduce you to Chinese culture and cuisine.

For example, try The Silk Road at The Athenee Bangkok or Pagoda Chinese Restaurant at Marriott Marquis for delicious Chinese food.

At a Rooftop Bar

Thai girl with a red dress holding a cocktail at a rooftop bar in bangkok

You definitely do not want to miss the Chinese New Year fireworks in Bangkok!

Book a table at one of the best rooftop bars in town for the best view of the city skyline.

Most rooftop bars even have special offers and menus for the occasion.

The rooftop bars we recommend for Chinese New Year in Bangkok are Sky Bar at Lebua and Mahanakhon Bangkok Skybar at King Power MahaNakhon Tower because they offer unobstructed views of the city.

They’re the perfect places to enjoy the fireworks from every corner of the city.

Cruising on The Chao Phraya

boat cruise with chinese tiger for chinese new year in Bangkok

If you want to avoid the crowds and enjoy the shows from afar, you can take a private cruise on the Chao Phraya to celebrate Chinese New Year.

Bangkok has dinner cruises and party cruises every night, including during Chinese New Year.

Whether you want to enjoy the sunset over the city’s monuments while having a drink and eating the finest Chinese food, or you prefer to dance to Chinese hits, the choice is yours.

At a Nightclub

sexy Thai dancers at Insanity Club Bangkok for Chinese New Year

It’s not just gentlemen’s clubs that host special events for Chinese New Year, regular nightclubs do too.

You’ll find beautiful hostesses in Chinese dresses and special shows at all the big clubs in Bangkok, including Insanity, Levels, Sugar, TopOne, to name a few.

Be sure to keep an eye on their Facebook page or Instagram account to see what they’ve planned.

Or follow us on Facebook to see what we recommend.

FAQ

Where’s the Chinese New Year celebration in Bangkok?

All of Bangkok celebrates Chinese New Year, but the place with the most action and shows is by far Yaowarat Road in Chinatown.

Do they celebrate the Chinese New Year in Thailand?

Chinese New Year is one of the biggest events in Thailand after Songkran and New Year’s Eve. Bangkok, for example, welcomes millions of people every year for the occasion.

Where should I celebrate New Year’s Eve in Bangkok?

The PIMP Bangkok has the best Chinese New Year party in Bangkok. Book a VIP tables there to enjoy the best performances and meet their beautiful models dressed with beautiful Chinese outfits.

hot Thai girls in chinese dresses at a nightclub in Bangkok

Where to party the rest of the year?

There’s always something to celebrate in Bangkok, and there’s always something going on no matter what night of the year it is.

Check out the rest of the website to learn more about Bangkok nightlife, the best places to visit, and things to do in the city at night.

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