Three Thai Bars to Let Loose In

Club Nana
One of the more respectable Thai bars in town, Club Nana promises teeming fun featuring a myriad of entertainment options. The lively house band here is obviously a draw, coupled with cabaret-style dancers jiving to house and trance tunes (you heard us right) by DJ Marco, previously from Butter Factory. If the overall sleek atmosphere is not enough reason to come down, Tiger Beer Towers go at $98, and you get the chance to be spotted with the likes of Jackie Chan or Fiona Xie, who frequent the place. Really.
5 Magazine Rd., 6535-3030. Open Mon-Fri 9pm-5am, Sat-Sun 9pm-6am.
Thai Disco Bar
The name says it all. One of the original Thai discos here, this is still the place to be for a raunchy good time. Sexy female dancers (more often than not in their feather boas and skimpy outfits) take the stage while Thai live bands rock it out. These guys cover anything and everything, be it Thai, Canto, American radio hits or even old school Hokkien songs. Late daily happy hours here from 8-10pm and Black Label whiskies going for as low as $98 also mean that you can swing by after work with your mates—no rush. And with free Wi-Fi and a couple of plasma screens showing live soccer matches, you needn’t worry about feeling bored—it won’t happen.
#01-97/98 & #02-85/92 Golden Mile Complex, 5001 Beach Rd., 6299-6898. Open Mon-Thu 7pm-1am, Fri-Sun 7pm-4am.
Tawandang Microbrewery
Now this is one place where you can sing along with the house band. Every Monday, get 20 percent off your total bill when you perform with the resident band that belts out contemporary American and Thai hits as well as the requisite oldies. Also load up on the microbrewery’s fresh German beer on tap and myriad of authentic Thai cuisine as you soak in the bustling atmosphere—the waiters and waitresses dish out a dance move or two too if the music gets them going. A monthly Thai theme night also takes place here on every last Wednesday of the month (next up: Jul 27) when things get really crazy with Michael Jackson impersonators and Thai bands specially flown in for one-off performances.
#01-01A/B Suntec Convention Hall, 1 Raffles Blvd., 6243-2291. Open Sun-Wed noon-midnight, Thu-Sat noon-1am.