(PRWEB UK) 13 January 2014
Tel Aviv, Ibiza, Vegas, Tokyo… these names come easily enough to mind when thinking about the world’s best nightlife scenes. But there are more to this list and every year new places get added. Check out some of the exclusive clubs to hit it this year.
10. The Guvernment, Toronto
It gets hot and heavy in here; literally. On a good night there’ll barely be space to shake a leg. On the better nights, there won’t be space to breathe; this is not a place to be sober. The music, the people and the sound will intrude deep into personal space. That said, the club has an state-of-the-art sound system, and a some brilliant concept rooms, especiallyKool Haus and the rooftop patio, Skybar.
9. Green Valley - Camboriu, Brazil
Right in the middle of the Amazon, at the entrance to a lush valley jungle is a club space unlike any other. Wooden bars surround the party arena, which is the largest in the country. In the pyrotechnics that dazzle thousands every night lies the secret behind this club’s blazing success. It’s credited with reviving the nightlife scene in Brazil after a tragic fire killed hundreds in a club a few years ago.
8. Coco Bongo, Cancun, Mexico
Most nightclub fare is standard; a beat you can feel in your pulse, great people and insane cocktails. But Coco Bongo takes things to a whole new level: it’s as much a circus as it is a nightclub. The air is always thick with something, whther balloons, confetti, smoke or streamers. Its staff too is superlative in the service they provide. The best DJ’s have all played here and the music comes from the best of nightclub eras, so the dance floor is never, ever thin.
7. Chlosterli, Switzerland
The USP of this Swiss nightclub built into a historic chalet, is the crazy visual stimulus it offers to patrons. The décor is an blend of some classic elements: wood, glass and stone. Combined with a luminous floor and a high tech sound system, the club manages to psyche its patrons up regardless of the booze. The ambience is near spiritual, and the wine selection is vast.
6. Womb, Tokyo
Unassuming from the outside and a complete surprise on the inside, Womb combines intimacy and space in ways that break from the usual nightclub scene. What is purportedly Asia’s largest mirror ball hangs down from the ceiling like a mini moon. The music is the best in house and techno; the light show is unreal. Time will pass quickly.
5. Zouk, Singapore
This nightclub is a good way to shatter Singapore’s usual image as a formal and stiff nation. Electro dance music holds sway here, and the best DJ’s in that genre are regulars. If the regular nights here weren’t enough, the last decade saw the rise of ZoukOut, an annual dance festival that sees 25000 dancers on a single floor; something the Singapore Tourism Board has awarded the “Best Leisure Event Experience”.
4. The Bank, Las Vegas
Establishments in Las Vegas are at constant competition to out do each other, and The Bank at Bellagio has the winning formula. It calls for an upscale dress code, making space for an atmosphere of elegance and opulence. There are drink rails everywhere and the VIP rooms are lavish. Different nights play out on different music. The Bank is especially loved by women, who are all treated like new age princesses.
3. Guacara Taina- Santo Domingo, Spain
Set into a million year old cave, the grotto club’s three dancers host fewer patrons than most nightclubs: mere hundreds. It’s intimate and exclusive. A night of dancing is the best and perhaps the only way to pass the time here, as it’s usually chilly. The crowd is good and it’s a good place to catch celebrities, both local and international.
2. Pacha Ibiza, Ibiza, Spain
Frequently touted as the best nightclub in the world, the Pacha is vibrant. The people are happy, and there are rarely ever any drunken squabbles. David Guetta and Tiesto alike are frequent entertainers here. Once a sole electronic haven, the club has greatly expanded its musical repertoire. Terrific lights, the air filled with streamers and stunning club dancers over multiple levels keeps the revelers coming back.
1. The Ministry Of Sound, London
The Mecca of club goers everywhere, it’s unsurprising that the British take the cake for the best party spot in the world. And that’s because it is open around the clock between Thursday and Saturday. That is why no one minds the queue; once in, everyone gets his or her due. The choice of music in every room is sublime and the VIP sections are treated as nothing less than royalty. It is said that coming here changes the idea of what a club should be.
The words to keep in mind when tracking overr the uber-cool destinations on this list are:
‘Work hard and party harder’ - There is no better party philosophy out there.