Filed in best nightclub | April 06, 2017
Kilo Lounge has gained popularity over the past months for being one of the best places to enjoy an evening filled with good food, fun and laughter. Tucked away from the mainstream in the back alley of Tanjong Pagar Road, this hidden gem provides the perfect atmosphere for party lovers to unwind after a long work week.
- Free-flow cocktails for ladies in Wednesdays: On Wednesdays, the lounge opens its doors at 6 p.m. for a night of uninhibited fun for the ladies with free alcohol after 10 p.m. and no cover charge (men must pay an entry fee of $20 on Wednesdays).
- Soul vibes on Raeggae Thursdays (free entry): This club has something for everyone. On Thursdays, the true-blue and soul fans are in for a treat as the reggae music and dance hall beats keep the patrons grooving all night. Kilo Lounge knows how to get a party started by offering free complimentary drinks on the house to those who arrive before midnight. Party-lovers can also find certain discounts on bar foods along with one-for-one deals on house pours and wines on Thursdays.
- A myriad of local and international DJs: Whether its Singapore’s very own Dancehall queen MAS1A or DJ Wild from France, parties in Kilo Lounge are often hosted by world-renowned DJs providing quality music to dance fanatics to keep their energy levels up.
- Asian fusion cuisine and inventive drinks: The unique Asian style menu at Kilo is nothing like the usual bar food that you find around the country. The lounge’s menu offers dishes like Furikake Popcorn with Jalapeño Honey, Truffled Tai Yuzu Roll and their popular Wasabi Tuna Tartar which are nothing short of an upscale restaurant quality. Here you can find anything from signature-style spicy margaritas to Kilo Mojitos and shots of deadly jalapeno tequila which are not for the faint of heart.
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MORE ABOUT KILO LOUNGE
The Lounge first opened in 2014 in Ture building at 66 Kampong Bugis but it later shut down due to zoning issues. Initially, its industrial themed lounge gave a rustic vibe to guests who had to clamber into a manually operated cargo lift covered in graffiti art in order to get to the lounge area on the 8th floor. In December 2016, Kilo announced its comeback, this time in the back alley of Tanjong Pagar Road, retaining some of its original charm and rustic theme with graffitied doors, concrete tunnel and unisex toilets.
- $20 in cash at the door
- Free entry on Thursdays
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