Asia's biggest clubbing playgrounds - Kuala Lumpur and Singapore City are loosing their charms day by day as the clubbing venues are shutting down their operations day by day. But, Government of both the cities are claiming that they gained the number of tourist in last couple of years but still nightclubs are not earning as much as they require for survival. Few of the club owners said "we are in losses from the last 1 year"
Singapore's one of the best hotel; Marina Bay Sands also lost one of their rooftop club : Ku De Ta. On the hand hand, Mall of clubs, Clarke Quay, lost all the charm as we can see that major names are moved out from this beautiful site. Biggest shock gave by St. James Power Station, which closed their entire operation and all of the sudden Singapore lost 12 venues in a single night.
I still remember there was a beautiful and sweetest clubbing venue was there at Marina Bay by the name of The Butter Factory.
Same kind of trend is also running in Kuala Lumpur where Vertigo, Neverland, Mist and The Butter Factory KL closed their operations. KL is left with nothing and still keeping nightlife option available by offering some cheap clubs and few Karaoke bars.
Latest names also come up in Singapore but they are also facing huge losses and sooner OR later, both the cities are going to loose all of nightlife charm which they gathered in last two decades. Hope for the best !