Must try Clubs in Goa
Goa is considered one of the most sought-after destinations for travel to India. People come here from all parts of the world, be it for beaches, colonial architecture, vibrant nightlife or cheap wine. After the release of the film Dil Chahta Hai, Goa has become a sacred tomb of yatras to accompany friends. It boasts a live night life and even accompanies its various clubs. Tourists from all over the world visit night clubs to experience wild parties and trance music of Goa. If you are planning to bring a new year to Goa, check out Sunburn, Asia's largest music and dance festival: To get a feel of Goa's party and music festival, here is a list of clubs in Goa that you should not miss:
1. Tito Bar & Club - Most Popular Nightclub in Goa
Tito is one of the most popular clubs in Goa and one of the oldest. Located in North Goa, in the Baga Beach area, Tito is a lane with a wide variety of clubs and restaurants. The club is known for its huge dance floor, which sounds straight from a movie and an open-air restaurant that provides access to Baga Beach. It serves some unique cocktails and good food which is a bit expensive compared to other places in Goa. The club also has a special private area on the second floor with a view of the entire dance floor. Tito has organized various theme-based nights such as Bollywood Vintage Night, Ladies Night and Karaoke Night. This is the most sought-after party destination, so it is usually crowded. Stag entry in this club will cost you around INR 2000, while doubles entry is cheaper, INR 1500. However, the price varies depending on the night you visit. Like many other clubs, entry is free for women. It follows a strict dress code for men which is a casual look.
The brainchild of Sarah Todd (former competitor of MasterChef Australia), 'Antares' certainly suits her name as the brightest star in the constellation of Scorpio. Situated on the cliffs of Vagator Beach, this restaurant cum beach club is one of the most scenic spots in Goa. With a wide range of cuisines spanning from Goan to French, Antares is a journey for all those who want to engage in true Goan culture- good food and the right atmosphere. Time: 12 noon - midnight Location: Chhota Vagator Beach, Ozran, Vagator, Goa Cost of two: INR 1800 (approx) Antera in goa
3. Club Cabana
Club Cubana is one of the most happening nightclubs. It is situated at the top of Arpora Hill and offers a spectacular view. It is well-liked by people for its neon-lit and multi-level dance floor and open-air bar. Even the center has an outdoor area with a large pool and an area reserved for women only. The cover charge of this club is a bit expensive but includes unlimited drinks. It is an ideal place to move around with your friends, sipping feet for a wide variety of drinks and music.
4. LPK (Love, Passion, Karma)
Waterfront LPK is a waterfront nightclub located in an exotic location right next to the Nerul River. It is difficult to remember because a large neon sign above the water is 'Love, Passion, Karma'. Here, you can dance to Bollywood music or the latest commercial hits with some indoor music or take a quiet walk along the coast. The place offers some amazing cocktails and shooter. Like every other club, entry is through a cover charge, but entry is free for women.
5. Cinque Night Club
SINQ is a newly opened bar, which has a poolside lounge and nightclub. It is located near the Taj Holiday Village and hosts some good DJs who play the latest hits. It has a vibrant nightlife and all-around sound system that makes you to get up and hit the dance floor. You can also dance and sip on your drink outside in your cabana, next to the pool. It has a fully stocked bar and a poolside deck, offering delicious Goa dishes, along with hospitality.
6. Silent Noise Club
The club can best be described in the context of the Bollywood film Ae Dil Hai Mushkil's 'Break-Up Song'. Located in South Goa, it is a club and a lounge visited by many for its unique concept. It has hosted a number of top-notch DJs who play genres like trance, electro-punk, among others. As soon as someone plugs in wireless headphones,