Dark, mysterious, pool, ping pong, drinks and food, all inside the Tazmania Ballroom
This is one of the newest additions to Hong Kong’s nightlife scene from the owner of Dragon-I Gilbert Yeung and it couldn’t be more different to what the city has to offer already, a welcome creation!
With 3 red American-sized pool tables, 2 ping pong tables on Tuesdays, glamorous interior designs mimicking that of a dark, mysterious and semi-evil Tazmanian Ballroom, ample dancing space, al fresco with views of the city, great music, free finger food and of course a great selection of cocktails, wines and spirits, what else can one ask for? I’m not trying to be bias here but the Tazmania Ballroom has to be one of the bar/clubs that you should experience while you’re in Hong Kong.
The ambiance set is well toned and thought out, lighting…great, entertainment...super. The entrance staircase is grandly decorated with bronze mirrors and upstairs, big comfy seats surround the walls near the DJ booth near entrance. The crowd consists of rich kids and people who are serious about partying and when it gets a little too crowded in there, the pool tables are elevated to allow for more space for dancing.
Of course, all this comes at a price and it is expensive at that, but, as the saying goes, you get what you pay for and at the Tazmania Ballroom, this is a small price to pay for multiple entertainments.
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