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Friday, November 30, 2007

Night Life Hangout at Zouk

Zouk/Phuture/Velvet Underground/Winebar
Address: 17 Jiak Kim Street
Tel: 6738 2988 Fax: 6738 3988
Operating Hours:
Zouk: Wed-Sat: 10pm till late
Phuture: Wed - Sat: 9pm till late
Velvet Underground: Tues - Sat: 9pm till late
Winebar: Mon: 6pm - 1pm Tues - Sat: 6pm till 3am

Charges: $20 for Ladies
$25 for Gentleman

Age Limit: Zouk, Wine Bar and Phuture: 18 years and above
Dress Code: No Flip Flops and Open Toe Shoes for men. Dress Stylish and Clubby
Age Limit:Velvet Underground: Mens: 23 onwards, Ladies: 21 onwards
Dress Code: No Flip Flops, Open Toe Shoes and Bermuda for men. Dress Stylish, smart and casual.

Zouk has revamped itself many times. The last revamped was a $7million deal for refurnishing and entire complex. Zouk was launched in March 1991 and is one of the oldest club in Singapore. One thing i like about Zouk is they really have have TOP name Djs and Superstars like Jay Chou, Carl Cox, Chemical Brothers also patron Zouk. This phenomenon has been reflected by many international publication such as The Face(UK), Arena(UK), South China Morning Post(Hongkong) and many more.
Zouk has four different clubs namely the Phuture, Velvet Underground, Wine Bar and the main Zouk Room.
Zouk attract most of the young, hippies and "funky" people. A lot of patron who goes zouk are most welcomed by the students. You also get to see alot of "Act Funky" people around. Different theme of songs for different night.
Velvet mainly attract the working class people. You get to see some of the air crews people here. Music are totally different from Zouk, mainly soulful, brazillian, jazzy to deeper techier grooves.
Phuture crowd is about the same as Zouk. Music are mainly the Hip Hop, Breaks, Drum n Bass...

I personally prefer Velvet Underground and i always use my citibank credit card to gain free entry.
I would rate them 3.5 stars out of 5.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

ok sporting,not spotting..i think
plus,on what ground are men obliged to pay $5 more for entry?is their presence any less valuble or desirable?what lousy club management