4 Clubs in Singapore Every Partygoer Should Know

 Live it up from dawn to dusk — from immersive clubbing to champagne-fueled beach parties.

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1. Avry

The newest club in Singapore is a luxe 557-square meter space, featuring a photo-worthy mirrored entrance, gilded VIP bird cage booths, and an 11-meter long bar. Arvy, as its name suggests, is an aviary-themed club where the imagination is encouraged to take flight.

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Helmed by the team behind ULTRA Singapore and some of Singapore’s most famed nightspots, Avry offers an immersive clubbing experience with roving performers showcasing Cirque du Soleil-esque stunts and enthralling dancers cloaked in little more than body paint.

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2. Bar Rouge

Taking over the long-standing New Asia Bar, Bar Rouge now calls the 71st and 72nd floors of Swissôtel The Stamford home. As the offshoot of the 13-year-old Shanghai club of the same name, Bar Rouge features a central bar with a cloud-shaped installation, performer cages, and various raised platforms for those who fancy showing off their moves. Come for its popular hip-hop nights and stay for its EDM, house, dance, and trance music.

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Come for its popular hip-hop nights and stay for its EDM, house, dance, and trance music.

More information here.

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3. Ola Beach Club

For a much-needed dose of sunshine, head to Sentosa’s Hawaiian-inspired Ola Beach Club. In the day, the club offers family-friendly activities and various watersports like jet blading and stand-up paddling. When night falls, it transforms into a party hotspot, which has hosted a number of prominent dance music acts.

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On certain Sundays, partygoers can enjoy champagne and oyster promotions, alongside beer pong and live DJ. Don’t leave without trying the refreshing, rum-based tiki cocktails.

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4. Mao
Mao, a charming new club owned by operator Here Now Concepts, has taken over the former basement club Kyo. Embellished with 144 red lanterns, neon signs, and kitschy Asian-inspired decor, the club offers theme nights including Basement Soul Night and Ladies’ Night.

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Partygoers will be spoiled for choice by its edgy playlists, which run the gamut from disco, house, garage, funk, to techno, trip-hop, and broken beats. After dancing up a sweat, head to the bar-kitchen for treats like truffle fries and lobster rolls.

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