These Clubs Are Gone but Our Memories with them Stay!
1. The Butter Factory: 9 Years of operation, sadly it had to close down recently on 3rd Jan 2015. This is one of the Top 5 clubs in Singapore that have been changing and trending the clubbing scenes through the years. Remember Stairs in front of the club? The cool venue where you will get a marina bay's view once you get out of the club?
2. Zirca: Cease operation on 23rd Feb 2013. One of the best club in 2013 which feature 2 cage with sexy ladies showing off their moves. Remember those under age parties where you purchase tickets that allow you into the club with a colour tag on your wrist. Red tags allow you to purchase alcohol while the yellow ones will refrain you from purchasing alcohol.
3. Rebel: Cease operation on 3rd May 2013. Remember those Bars that fence up the Dance Floor? Remember the Handsome Ang moh DJ? The street style club that had everyone moving in hip hop steps! Remember those time when you show your student pass and you get free entry?
4. Filter: The very Atas Club only members or invited guest can enter. Remember those Champagne shower nights where everyone gets wet and dance like crazy!?
5. Helipad: The roof top club as you can see from the name of the club. This club was located at "the central" in clark quay. Remember their special blue coloured drink? The carpark filled with sports car and vomit?
6. St James Powerhouse: Remember people dancing the mud-style dance on the second deck of the club? One of the biggest club in town during that time. This club definitely is one of the club that has the biggest dance floor.
7. Supper Club: The very clean and White Club with a very posh look. Don't be deceived by the name, it's not a place for you to have supper unless your supper means Alcohol.
8. Double O: Remember those super cheap $3 shots and those super cheap jugs? This club was located in Mohammed Sultan then relocated to queen street. Definitely one of the place where people get real drunk with the cheap alcohol.
9. Avalon: This is the high-end club located in front of marina bay hotel. Just like a "kelong", meaning offshore platform in malay they have a bridge for you to cross to enter the club.
10. Mink & Royal Room: They cease their operation not long ago too. one of the reason may be that pan pacific doesn't want to renew the lease. Although the carpet's little sticky and the place smells a little funny, this is one of the top 5 clubs in Singapore during their days!
11. The Arena: Remember all the shots competition ? This place cost around $3 million to renovate and it's mega size of 10,000 sqf allows you to dance happily without squeezing with others like sardines.
12. Club Avatar: located previously at marina mandarin hotel, it's location is one of the best selling point. sadly it didn't make it till 2015.
13. Ministry of Sound: Remember their rotating dance floor? They took the clubbing scene of singapore to a new level during their operations in clark quay, My first Under-age party was there. Unfortunately, a breach in contract make them cease operation in 2000.
12. Cafe del Mar: A Pretty awesome club in Siloso Beach, You can enjoy the view of the sea and meanwhile get a cocktail and suntan. Remember that Pool in the middle? It seems yellow all the time. i wonder why!?
13. Momo: This club located at Central Mall. The young crowd will start their party there. one of the famous ones during that era!
14. Fire Disco: This Club located at the current Neverland. Remember Sparks, the famous for the bottle throwing activities"Fighting" haha Always remember to wear your helmet!
15. Happy: Most of the international DJs during that time all played at this club. One of the most popular scene among gays. This is where the Taboo was located at. I bet most people have heard of this place.
16. Home Club: Now the new canvas, theyactually were located along a walkway near clark quay area. Before you hit the club you could also have some seafood beside! Home Club plays indie music - Arcade Fire (not sure if they're indie anymore?), Crystal Fighters... and they also have monthly dub-step nights to cater to the young indie crowd.
17. Mad Monk's Pub: Formerly located at Boat Quay, this pub used to be a crowd favorite among lesbians thanks to its top 40 playlist, soulful R&B numbers, and regular women-only nights. Unfortunately, operations have now ceased.
18. Madam Wong: After reopening in Central Mall (from its previous quarters at Mohd Sultan Road), Madam Wong's proved to be another popular club among the young and trendy crowd. Its unique oriental decor sets it apart from nearby clubs.
19.PLAY: Known as a hallmark in Singapore’s gay club scene on the famous Tanjong Pagar stretch, massive parties are held here almost on a daily basis. On Thursdays, it becomes a lesbian bar, and only women are admitted.