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The China Club Singapore

The China Club Singapore is an elegant club, it's based in Singapore's premium commercial tower on the 52nd floor of The Capital Tower, located in the Central Business District.

The China Club Singapore was inaugurated on 19th May 2001. It forms part of the family of The China Clubs Hong Kong and The China Club Beijing, which have in the last ten years, become one of the best of executive clubs. The Club is surrounded by 16 metre-tall glass with perhaps the most spectacular views across Singapore. On a clear day, Malaysia and Indonesia can be glimpsed.

It offers traditional Chinese cuisine complemented by a strong touch of Oriental decor

Their exotic and splendid decorations produce a strong sense of Orientalism and appeal to a deep feeling of aesthetics. Every detail has been deliberately placed to enhance the enjoyment of the members and their guests.

The interior decoration is based on strong Chinese tradition. This juxtaposition of the new and old heighten the dramatic atmosphere of the club.

The club provides private dining rooms which are surrounded by lattices of Chinese motifs and banquettes in deep and beautiful fabrics. Banquets are served in partitioned rooms with antique Chinese partitions folding back across the length of the atrium to allow maximum flexibility on space.

The club also holds special pavilion rooms that produces the intimacy of the traditional private boxes of the opera house. A Long March Bar offers the best of Singapore slings and other cocktails with dimsum and light meals served throughout the day.

This conjoined 'drinkery' offers guests seven pool tables, each covered in baize, the classic billiards fabric. Additional entertainment options include a large-screen Nintendo Wii set-up (Wed-Sat), live bands (Mon-Sat), and the bottle-twirling of professional 'flair' bartender Akmal Shahmil. If all else fails hit the Jager bombs for $15 a pop.