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  • 1. Zouk

    Robertson Quay | Dance Clubs

    The long-running Zouk always manages to reinvent itself. The huge dance club, carved out of renovated riverside warehouses, is four venues in...Read More

  • 2. Avalon

    CBD | Dance Clubs

    A welcome addition to the architecturally vibrant Marina Bay, this mammoth two-level party space takes up 17,000 square feet (1,600 square m...Read More

  • 3. China One

    Clarke Quay | Dance Clubs

    Decorated with Chinese lanterns and bright-red walls, this Clarke Quay dance club has eight pool tables, three bars, and two stages for live...Read More

  • 4. Loof

    Bras Basah | Bars/Pubs

    At what's billed as Singapore's first standalone rooftop bar, local flavors come through in both the appetizers and Southeast Asian–inspired...Read More

  • 5. China Black

    Orchard | Dance Clubs

    Teak paneling and Chinese calligraphy adorn the interior of this 10,000-square-foot penthouse disco, where dancers let loose on the large dance...Read More

  • 6. China Jump

    CBD | Dance Clubs

    What's by day a Tex-Mex restaurant becomes a busy club after dark. Veteran band Jive Talking plays every night but Wednesday starting at 10...Read More

  • 7. Coccolatte

    Robertson Quay | Dance Clubs

    Unconventional creative types and many entertainment executives frequent this bilevel disco. On the first floor is a latte lounge, upstairs...Read More

  • 8. dbl-O

    Dance Clubs

    Different styles of high-energy dancing, dance music each night, and beautiful girls are among the draws at this glitzy club. Drinks cost only...Read More

  • 9. Lempicka

    Dance Clubs

    Taking its name from Polish artist Tamara De Lempicka (1898–1980), the club showcases some serious, and seriously valuable, art deco works....Read More

  • 10. Liquid Room

    Robertson Quay | Dance Clubs

    Consistently packed, this club has DJ-spun house, tribal, and trance music, along with occasional live acts, including foreign hip-hop artists...Read More

  • 11. Madam Wong's 2

    Chinatown | Dance Clubs

    Oriental decorations adorn this club, which plays mostly retro and Top 40. There's a happy hour buffet (S$20) from 5 pm–9 pm Thursday through...Read More

  • 12. Music Underground

    Orchard | Dance Clubs

    Locals lounge on couches and sip from stemware at the adjacent wine bar in this popular spot. A youngish crowd dances the evening away to a...Read More

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