Iconic nightlife club Zouk Singapore has finally opened the doors of its new Clarke Quay space (will you be going for its opening party on Saturday?). The club boasts a neo-industrial interior – raw, gritty design elements juxtaposed with futuristic light fixtures – inspired by underground clubs in New York and Berlin.
While it’ll look markedly different from the old Jiak Kim establishment, the music is still the same: There’ll be hip-hop, R&B and contemporary urban tunes at Phuture, and EDM and headline acts playing at Zouk. What’s cool: The wall dividing each room can be removed to open up the entire club and house close to 2,000 people. Even cooler: The dizzying light features that can move and pulsate to the beat of the music. Hit “play” above to get a close-up glimpse at the brand new Zouk experience.