China One

F April 10, 2012
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China One
+65 6339 0280 Email Website

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Weekday Opening Hours:
5pm - 2am
Weekend Opening Hours:
5pm - 5am
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Lounge in intimate spaces. Presented in ornate and luxurious undertones, China One's expansive interiors are adorned with Chinese antique furniture, intricate lantern lighting and plush leather chairs. Become entranced. Move to rousing music brought to you by our live bands every night of the week. Resident DJ Alien(KL) will keep the crowds entertained throughout the night with his house mixes. Drown in Baize. A different live band every night to keep you mesmerized. Complete your perfect night out with our Liquidicious buffet. Easing off your tension has never been easier. Enter our Premium Bar. In this space, enjoy a drink concocted by the best flair bartenders in Singapore. Coupled with the mouth savoury burgers from Fatboys, we will tantalize your palate. Our pool tables will impress even the most demanding of players. Touted as Singapore's most divine pool and lounge bar, our Premium bar is set to distinguish itself in a class of its own. The space is evocative of old Shanghai. The atmosphere is one of luxurious hedonism. Spend your night receiving service reserved for emperors.


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Overall Experience 
4.0  (0)
Nothing fancy, but a personal favourite
Overall Experience 
If you didn’t know that China One was there, then you would most likely just walk straight past. Hidden away on a second floor along the river at Clarke Quay, it offers a place to actually go and relax, play some pool, and experience a different side to Clarke Quay. It’s no club, it definitely isn’t fancy, and it’s refreshingly quiet, which you may or may not be after.

I’ve only been on two occasions, the first my friends and I just about saw the sign for free entry, and found ourselves being almost the only people in the bar, so played pool all night and had a pretty chilled time. The other night, China One was a venue for some music acts, and even with so many people packed into the venue the staff still managed to keep everything moving surprisingly smoothly, although the sound system sounded as if it had seen better days.

It’s no Ku De Ta, it seems a little run down and no longer in its heyday, however I personally love it here. The drinks aren’t too expensive, the staff are friendly and it’s the perfect place to escape for a while from the mayhem of the clubs and bars which always seem cramped.
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