Ku De Ta in Seminyak features a unique layout with a main restaurant area, a dedicated bar, a centrepiece lawn bordering the beachfront where special events take place and a special private loft for secluded moments.
first Potato Head beach club is home to three restaurants, two bars, an infinity pool and a 500 sq m lawn that all look over the Indian Ocean.
District Bali is best known for its team of cabaret dancers which perform nightly and is the only live cabaret show venue in the area where all the dancers are professionally trained.
Located right in the heart of Kuta, Sky Garden is the home to Bali party lovers.Sky Garden BBQ at its rooftop offers a whole new level of drink and dine.
Hard Rock Café Bali is both a favourite dining spot and one of the notable nightspots in Kuta, located right at the front of the Hard Rock Hotel Bali. The cafe features daily live band performances and hefty portions of burgers and rock.
Unique Rooftop Bar at the RimbaJimbaran Bali offers a chic dining and chill out spot.Terraced seating is a result of thoughtful design ensuring all guests have uninterrupted panoramas of Bali’s beautiful southern tip.
Rock Bar Bali at Ayana Resort and Spa wins accolades from travel media the world over, partly thanks to its unique setting on a secluded limestone cliff. This premier sunset venue continues to win the hearts of patrons, some who fly to the island just to experience the signature cocktails, exceptional views, and moods set by its resident music director and a regular line-up of world-class international DJs.
Located on the Singapore River a short walk up from Clarke Quay, Zouk has earned legendary status amongst dance music lovers with its numerous rooms and zones, a strict underground music policy and a non-pretentious atmosphere
Attica is up there with some of the best clubs in Singapore. It gets pretty busy every night, delivering a feel-good the party atmosphere seven days a week. Whilst some might bemoan that Attica is a little tacky and a place to come to be ‘seen’, the recently revamped interior certainly has freshened up the place
Trace Lounge is one of the latest clubs to set up at Clarke Quay. Located on Magazine Road next to Central Mall and just a few minutes’ walk up the river from Clarke Quay MRT, Trace goes heavy on the EDM and hip hop, with some top notch lighting effects.
Tippling Club in Singapore’s Chinatown area seems to get more famous year-on-year, consistently ranked as one of the best restaurants in the country – and across Asia.
Singapore’s thriving cocktail bar scene is the Anti:dote, located at the Fairmont hotel. Critically acclaimed mixologist, Tom Hogen, crafts combinations that impress no end, including Asian inspired ‘Tonic’ which uses lemongrass, ginger and rum, as well as ‘the treat of kings’ giving our taste buds a real kick with its sourness.
Beer Market in the heart of Clarke Quay has adopted a pretty quirky concept which replicates the stock exchange: if a certain brand of beer is selling well at any given time, the higher the price will be.
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