Streets Singapore

The Perfect Place to Groove

July 17th, 2013 | Posted by Editor in About Singapore

If you want to dance, there are many dance clubs here in Singapore. Feel the beat and carry your dancing shoes to:



Zouk lies in Jiak Kim Street. Zouk is the premier dance club in Singapore. Zouk is comprised of three clubs-the main room, Velvet Underground and Phuture. The club plays Retro, Electronica, House and Drums & Bass. The club also boasts of its wine bar with exclusive collections of wines. Zouk club is open every Wednesday, Friday & Saturday from 10pm to late. The wine bar is open every Tuesday (6pm to 2am), Wednesday-Thursday (6pm to 3am) and Friday & Saturday (6pm to 4am).

Velvet Underground

Velvet Underground is a member of Zouk’s firm. Though it is a small club, it boasts of its stylish interiors and exclusive status. The club is full of professionals, executives, managers, bankers and sometimes, celebrities. The club is comprised of two rooms-bar & dance floor and chill out space. The club is open every Wednesday-Saturday from 10pm to late.


Titanium lies in Raffles Avenue. It has a spacious area, top of the line equipments (sound and lighting) and performers from Thailand and Taiwan. Your night will surely get exciting. The club is open from 9pm to 5am every Monday-Sunday.

The Butter Factory

The Buter Factory lies in One Fulerton Road. It is considered one of the most popular clubs here in Singapore. If you enjoy dressing up, this place is perfect for you. The club regularly organizes themed parties that will surely stimulate you and the crowd. They are open every Wednesday (10pm to 3am) and Friday -Saturday (10pm to 4am).

The Arena

The Arena lies in River Valley Road. It is considered a mega club because it is the 2nd largest venue within Clarke Quay. The ambiance has a gothic feeling. The club plays R&B, Hip-hop, Rock and many more. They are open every Tuesday (8:30pm to 2am), Wednesday-Thursday (8:30pm to 4am) and Friday-Saturday (8:30pm to 2am).

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