Vinyl Club in Haad Rin
Phangan Island Nightlife | Koh Phangan nightlife and bars
The Vinyl Club on Koh Phangan is a bar on the beautiful southern Thailand island of Koh Phangan, which offers food and music for your enjoyment and entertainment. The Vinyl Club on Koh Phangan has a dance floor for you to spin your partner about. The music is often exciting and very loud. The louder the music played by another bar down the way, the louder the music at The Vinyl Club on Koh Phangan.
The Vinyl Club on Koh Phangan has a deejay, and walls of speakers send the music blasting into the night whether it is goa-trance music or hardcore-tribe musical beats. The Vinyl Club on Koh Phangan is very technologically savvy. Goa-trance sounds are a form of electronic music. This branch of trance music expanded about the time trance music was gaining popularity in Europe in the 1990s. The name "goa" came from the Indian state of Goa. Goa-trance music lost a little ground to Psychedelic Trance or Psytrance, as it is popularly known. The two types of music merged in the early 2000s. The Vinyl Club on Koh Phangan in Haad Rin plays it all. You can listen; you can dance; you can party at The Vinyl Club on Koh Phangan until the wee hours.
If you arrive on Koh Phangan at the main ferry pier of Thongsala, the main town of the island, The Vinyl Club on Koh Phangan at Haad Rin will be about a 20-minute drive or taxi ride away. The main road between Thongsala and Haad Rin has recently been reconstructed of concrete to make it easier to travel and quicker to get from village to village. You also have the option of taking a ferry to the smaller pier at Haad Rin if you want to get to The Vinyl Club on Koh Phangan.
The Vinyl Club on Koh Phangan is one of the more popular clubs on Full Moon Party nights. Revelers want to drink and dance to all types of music under the beautiful full moon and twinkling stars. The full moon over the beaches of Koh Phangan and the waters of Gulf of Thailand are a beautiful view from The Vinyl Club on Koh Phangan.
Last Updated: 01 Apr 2009