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Big Buddha Beach’s nightlife is focused on relaxation, good food, good drinks, and good conversation. With some music and good service, a night out in Big Buddha won’t be a party but you can have a great time out with friends, family, or strangers.
The Secret Garden Beachcafe offers Thai and Mediterranean food alongside occasional live music. They are open every day almost all day and sometimes they hold special dining events. The atmosphere is relaxed and kids are welcome.
The Big Buddha Café is right next to Wat Phra Yai and caters to families and older guests, but anyone is welcome. It’s a nice spot to go for a relaxing drink at the end of the day, including right after visiting the real Big Buddha next door.
Offering great Scandinavian dishes, this restaurant is known for its wonderful food including meat dishes, soups, and desserts. Relaxed and air-conditioned, Sibelius is a very nice restaurant where you can get a good meal.
The Sunset Bar offers great views of, of course, the sunset. The bar is popular with backpackers and independent travelers. With friendly service and a relaxed atmosphere, it’s easy to see why. Get a drink, a snack, and relax here.
The Heart and Soul offers jazzy and soul music, which is its most outstanding feature. They serve a variety of foods with grill specialties including steaks as well as kebabs. With a nice cocktail menu, you can relax here and enjoy some good tunes.