The massively popular Hei Hei Club has found it's way back into our lives with it's new name Billion Club.
Hei Hei Club has finally been rejuvenated after having closed down to bring back all their fans from the past to a more catchier name, the Billion Club. As the name would imply, bling, bling and more bling is the theme of this nightclub. Everywhere you go, you're surrounded by some sort of expensive fixtures such as the giant bronze bulls or their glitzy chandeliers. Even their toilet is flashy and definitely very shiny. Guys, you won't be missing the bowl even if you have a few drinks down you.
Brought to you by the same people who runs Beijing Club and Club No.9, which confuses me a little because it seems like the clubs have the same target audience and also them being so close together in terms of location. But, who cares? Just means more space for partying all night long.
Keeping with the glitz and extravaganza that the Billion Club is, their drinks range is also pretty upclass. As for the music, well don't expect much else apart from hip which fits this place to a T.
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