Singapore nightclub

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Blu Jaz Cafe nightclub Singapore Singapore
Blu Jaz Cafe
11 Bali Lane, Historic Kampong Glam
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Zouk Singapore nightclub Singapore Singapore
Zouk Singapore
3C River Valley Road, The Cannery
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Canvas nightclub Singapore Singapore
Canvas
20 Upper Circular Road, #B1-01 The Riverwalk
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Manekineko Karaoke nightclub Singapore Singapore
Manekineko Karaoke
6 Raffles Boulevard, #03-208 Marina Square
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Avalon nightclub Singapore Singapore
Avalon
2 Bayfront Ave, #B2-05 South Crystal Pavilion
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Rupee @ St James - Bollywood nightclub Singapore Singapore
Rupee @ St James - Bollywood
3 Sentosa Gateway
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Shanghai Dolly nightclub Singapore Singapore
Shanghai Dolly
3B River Valley Road, #01-01 Clarke Quay
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Casino Royale Bar nightclub Singapore Singapore
Casino Royale Bar
Crockfords Tower, 8 Sentosa Gateway
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Bay@5 nightclub Singapore Singapore
Bay@5
5 Raffles Avenue
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China Doll nightclub Singapore Singapore
China Doll
1 Sophia Road #07-01 Peace Centre, Rear Podium
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The Pump Room nightclub Singapore Singapore
The Pump Room
3B River Valley Road, 01-09/10
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Stereolab nightclub Singapore Singapore
Stereolab
Pan Pacific Singapore, 7 Raffles Boulevard
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MANEKINEKO nightclub Singapore Singapore
MANEKINEKO
201 Victoria Street, #03-18, Bugis Plus
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Attica nightclub Singapore Singapore
Attica
3A River Valley Rd, #01-03 Clarke Quay
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The Landing Point nightclub Singapore Singapore
The Landing Point
80 Collyer Quay
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Manekineko Karaoke nightclub Singapore Singapore
Manekineko Karaoke
2 Orchard Link, #03-05 SCAPE
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Cash Studio nightclub Singapore Singapore
Cash Studio
21 Cuscaden Rd, #B3-00, Ming Arcade
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Dynasty Classic Ktv Pte Ltd nightclub Singapore Singapore
Dynasty Classic Ktv Pte Ltd
1 Sophia Road, Singapore
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Le Noir nightclub Singapore Singapore
Le Noir
3C River Valley Road, Singapore
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Flow nightclub Singapore Singapore
Flow
30 Robertson Quay, Riverside View, #01-06
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Nightclubs in Singapore

Singapore nightclub: Blu Jaz Cafe, Zouk Singapore, Canvas, Manekineko Karaoke, Avalon, Rupee @ St James - Bollywood, Shanghai Dolly, Casino Royale Bar, Bay@5, China Doll, The Pump Room, Stereolab, MANEKINEKO, Attica, The Landing Point, Manekineko Karaoke, Cash Studio, Dynasty Classic Ktv Pte Ltd, Le Noir, Flow

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