Singapore’s longest-running, icon of a nightclub first opened its doors to revellers back in 1991, famously championing and propelling the dance music movement throughout Asia. Loved by generations, it continues to stand the test of time and stay ahead of trends. Zouk has evolved from funky upstart to an institution attracting some of the biggest names in dance music including Avicii, Paul Oakenfold, Hardwell and The Chemical Brothers. Anyone who’s anyone on the Southeast Asian clubbing circuit has passed through its doors, so if that doesn’t include you... then what are you waiting for?
Buzzed and ready to rumble? As a city that never sleeps, Singapore has some of the best late-night spots and nightclubs for nocturnal party animals to revel in until the early morn. But the last two years of Covid-19 restrictions have taken a toll on the industry. The death knell has sounded for many a popular party spot, including Bang Bang, Canvas and 1-Altitude.
Nevertheless, things are looking up. Singapore has taken a tiny step to bring nightlife back – clubs and karaoke venues are set to open up again on April 19, albeit with some restrictions. The ones still standing include Zouk, Cé La Vi, Bar Rouge and Headquarters by The Council. From energetic hip-hop and R&B, to thumping house and techno, here are the steamy dancefloors we hope to shake up soon.
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