Drinking and nightlife in Sinai

  • Top ChoiceNightlife in Sharm El Sheikh

    Farsha Cafe

    All nooks and crannies, floor cushions, Bedouin tents and swinging lamps, Farsha is the kind of place that travellers come to for a coffee and find themselves lingering at four drinks and a shisha pipe later. Great for a lazy day full of lounging or a night of chilled-out music and cocktails.

  • Top ChoiceNightlife in Sharm El Sheikh

    Camel Roof Bar

    Camel is a favourite among dive instructors for its relaxed, casual vibe. This is the optimal place to start off the evening, especially for divers looking to swap stories from down under.

  • Nightlife in Sharm El Sheikh

    Bus Stop Lounge

    This bar is known for its good music and up-for-it, fun-loving crowd. There’s a pool table for those who don’t feel like getting on the dance floor, and happy hour from 8pm to 9pm gets you two-for-one beers and half-price cocktails. Earlier in the evening there's a menu of snack-style meals, while after 10pm the DJ takes to the decks.

  • Nightlife in Dahab

    Tota Downtown

    Dahab's iconic ship-shaped bar has had a topsy-turvy few years of closures and re-openings but is open once again. If you're after a bit of a bigger night than simply sinking a few beers while watching the sunset, this is the main spot in town for a clubbing vibe.

  • Nightlife in Dahab

    Yalla Bar

    This hugely popular waterfront bar-restaurant has a winning formula: plenty of comfy seating, including sunloungers out front, friendly staff, cold beer and a decent list of cocktails to keep the punters happy.

  • Nightlife in Dahab

    Churchill’s

    Dahab’s sports bar has a big-screen TV so fans won’t miss their favourite team play, plus there's a breezy rooftop terrace that's perfect for sunset drinks. It's in Hotel Red Sea Relax.

  • Nightlife in Dahab

    El Mahalawy

    Just the best little juice shack in Dahab. Get your sugarcane fix, or sup on a freshly squeezed juice or shake in the cubby-hole seating area, bedecked in stripy canvas, or takeaway.

  • Nightlife in Sharm El Sheikh

    El Basha

    This ahwa (coffeehouse) is a proper local haunt with blokes puffing away on shisha and supping tea inside all day long. The pavement seating outside, though, attracts Egyptian families and women and is a decent place to put your feet up, have a cold drink and watch the world go by.

  • Nightlife in Sharm El Sheikh

    Pacha

    The hub of Sharm’s nightlife. Watch for advertising around town to find out about upcoming events. Women gain free entry into the club before midnight.

  • Nightlife in Sharm El Sheikh

    Pirates' Bar

    A cosy pub where divers congregate for an early evening drink or bar meal. Happy hour is from 5.30pm to 7.30pm.

  • Nightlife in Sharm El Sheikh

    Little Buddha

    DJs spin those proprietary Buddha Bar sounds well into the night.