Having dominated the party scenes in New York City, Miami, London and Spain, attracting the likes of Madonna, Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Moss and Will Smith, the ultra-lounge bottle-club version promises opened in Singapore last September.
At 6,000 sq ft, Pangaea (pronounced 'pan-GEE-a') is able to host up to 450 to 550 revellers at any one time. The club is on the first level of the southern Crystal Pavilion and accessible via the underwater tunnel connected to The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands.
According to club manager Joshua Schwartz, formerly of Pangaea Miami, the club is as 'if James Bond were on an African safari and decided to go to a nightclub.' The Singapore outlet features a number of African tribal masks that come from the personal collection of founder Michael Ault.
While resident DJ Patrick Oliver from Miami spins a variety of formats on a nightly basis, there are regular visits from international DJs. But don't expect to hear about them in advance – the Pangaea management prefers people to come for their party, not the specific DJ.
A special drinks menu has been created for Singapore, featuring ten new cocktails concocted by local mixologist KC Rahmet (formerly of Néktar); expect a range of local flavours and a focus on high-quality fresh ingredients, including home-made chai tea and bitters.
The club is 'exclusive, but not X-clusive', meaning there will be bouncers at the door deciding whether or not you can get in. The regular cover charge is $40, with a dress code of casual chic (though their emphasis is on 'diversity', depending on who's already in the house on that particular night).
Cost: $40. $1,500-$15,000 for a table.
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