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Warm Up Cafe

91 locals recommend · Estimated price 3 out of 4 ·

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Baan Phuen
Baan Phuen
October 10, 2019
A massive club where hip young Thais like to congregate. Prices are high, but entry is free. Live band untill 11pm
November 18, 2018
one of the famous nightclubs. not my favourite but definitely good night out
January 7, 2019
If you love nightlife, this is where you shouldn't miss.!!
July 7, 2019
Famous pub in Chaingmai with live music and great food just in walking distance from the property
December 29, 2018
Local Music, good food and drinks. Lots of people
February 22, 2019
The most hip pub for chiangmai with DJ, out door life music and good food.

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40 ถนน นิมมานเหมินทร์
ตำบล สุเทพ, จ.เชียงใหม่ 50200
Phone+66 53 400 677
Hours of Operation statusClosed · Opens Sunday 7:00 PM
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Outdoor seating
Live music
Happy hour
Beer, full bar, cocktails
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