A whopping 7000 sq. ft. club to accomodate any acrobatic move you can do on the dancefloor.
Club Cliq has to be one of the biggest clubs in hong kong that we at HongKongBarsClubs.com know about, or indeed have written a review for.
Located in Central's On Hing Building which I am sure you will know by now that it's near the reknowned Wellington and Wyndham street, unless you're new to Hong Kong's nightlife scene. Situated on the 2nd floor which is one floor below the Billion Club with a massive 7000 sq. ft. to play with, the designers had put dancing space high on their agenda. Split into 2 main areas both of which is large in size with their own DJ booth. The main difference is the addition of a stage in one of them to host their international DJs or any other of their many events that Cliq offers. Stay tuned to HongKongBarsClubs.com for events.
Since they have the dancing space available, people who come to Cliq actually do dance, locals and expats alike inter-mingling, creating a true clubbing scene. It is different to some of the other clubs you may have been to with loud music but with an empty dancefloor. You won't find that happenning here at Cliq. With such a big dancefloor, you would expect the music to be just as good and rightly so. Great list of DJ's play here so you can have something different to dance to. The decor is pretty minimalistic which is fine for a nightclub made for dancing. Ample seating available throughout when you get tired from all those special new dance moves you've been trying on the dancefloor.
Cliq is a members only club following the trend in Hong Kong but again, because of their ample space, they allow non-members entry with a fee or you are welcome to attend their events open to the public. A VIP area is also available for the booking with added decor and with their own toilet. Good recommendation!
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