There is no club in Asia quite like MARQUEE Nightclub. The night the doors to this nightlife playground in Marina Bay Sands opened for the first time marked the explosive beginning of a reputation nothing short of stellar the club would come to be associated with.
Anyone who has set foot inside its sprawling 2,300 square metre grounds, and walked through its three floors will immediately recognise that MARQUEE is a space where good vibes and opulence co-exist, whether through the crowds of beautiful people partying the night away, or the decor itself.
Nowhere else in the world can one find a gilded bar with a towering taxidermied peacock or a fully operational, eight-cabin Ferris Wheel outfitted with photo booths to capture your night before things get hazy, much less a swirling slide that takes one from the top to bottom floor in a blink. This larger-than-life, carnivalesque establishment still manages, however, to feel intimate, with plenty of lounge seats, booths and pods where you can purview the throb of the revellers below, and even when you’re in the throng, the club is designed enough room so you never feel crowded in the crowd.
No nightclub gets its cred without an equally impressive music line-up, and MARQUEE goes above and beyond with its list of top-billing acts normally reserved for the headlines at once-a-year-type music festivals. Tiësto, Afrojack and A$ap Rocky set the tone during the opening weekend for what partygoers have come to expect from MARQUEE. Their expectations have been more than fulfilled with the likes of Alesso Alan Walker and Armin van Buuren counting as a handful of the names that have graced the mega-club’s decks since, along with prominent local performers.
What truly accords MARQUEE the crown for the top nightlife destination in all of Asia is the fact that one goes, receives star treatment from the staff, the experience and more, all at a price-point that rivals any other club in the region. Watch the video to witness all that MARQUEE promises you, and will deliver.
Director: Furqan Saini
Makeup artists: Melissa Yeo and Dennis Ee
Hairstylists: Manisa Tan and Leny Darmawati
Fashion stylists: Josiah Chua, Misato Kato, and Adrian Han
Videography: Telescope Studios