Pulse Ultra Club
Time Out says
At Pulse, guests can choose from enjoying the club’s al fresco section’s cool ambience, or unwind to dance beats at the bar, lounge area or dance floor, which can accommodate up to 200 people. Word is clearly spreading as even though it is a new venue, this capacity has certainly been appoached in recent weekends. Guests enter Pulse via a see-through elevator surrounded by a seemingly endless line of wine racks, providing a spectacular if confusing backdrop.
At the bar and lounge area, the main stage is set against a backdrop of LED panels. Scans, moving heads, and special lighting effects are everywhere. A projection system also assaults your eyes, whether you are visiting or even down on Jalan Bukit Bintang. And if you haven’t got a headache already, there are also glaring neon tables in the club.
There is, thankfully, an option for those not so keen on neon lights and glaring edifices. In the corner of the club is the Champagne Lounge — a more intimate venue for private dining. Younger guests will doubtless enjoy the loud, bright bar and lounge, but the Champagne Lounge is indisputably for a more mature audience. There is also a cigar lounge for connoisseurs to indulge their habit and sample the fine range of single malt beverages, the largest in Kuala Lumpur.
Top bands, celebrity DJs, and live comedy acts provide entertainment and there is also a handful of in-house DJs that spin during happy hours. Tan Hee Hui