Egypt Nightlife

  • On the Nile
    by machomikemd
  • On the Nile
    by machomikemd
  • Live Music
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Egypt Nightlife

  • Dancing

    Cairo Nightlife

    Beside the nile river in a very nice boat called (Blue Nile) At El Morocco you can listen to Arabic, English, French, Italian, Latino, and much more and dance till 4am Minimum age is 25 Minimum charge is 75 Egytian pounds = 14 $ It is decorated in the Moroccan style

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  • Papa's Beach Club/Bar

    Hurghada Nightlife

    I've been in Egypt many times, so i have a lot of good friends down there. This time i had to friends with me to Egypt; two girls about my age. One day we wen't to Papa's together with one of my Egyptian friends. He could get us in for free, because he know some of the staff there. It was kind of early when we got there (about 00.00) , so no one...

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  • night clubs.

    Alexandria Nightlife

    Looking for Fun and Entertainemnt in Alexandria the go to the San Giovanni Night Club The only place in Alexandria where you can have it all : Live Music, Famous Singers, Ortiental Dancers, and World Famous show stars San Giovanni Night Club have been always the shining stars in the world of fun and entertainment in Alexandria, Egypt. Try it...

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  • Belly Dance

    Cairo Nightlife

    The hotel were useless and wouldnt recommend a good place for bellydancing - the guide book recommended the Palmyra, but in the end we didnt go. We ended up on a Nile cruise and they offered dinner and music and a belly dancer. Ask in your hotel but there was one of several that left from in front of the Sheraton, and another one 2 bridges down...

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  • Calypso Disco

    Hurghada Nightlife

    This was the only bad night of our holiday. Me, my sister and a friend went to Calypso for a night out. We were charged 100le for entry and a free drink each worth up to 50le. We went in and it was fairly quiet for a big club. During the night we leant against another table by the dance floor but did not order any drinks from the waiters - the only...

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  • Bars in Alexandria

    Alexandria Nightlife

    Spit Fire is a bar down town and is mostly frequented by expats and foreign visitors such as tourists and sailors. You can have a beer here and also some food is served and in the mean time you can read all the signs stickers and name cards left by other visitors! Up to you!

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  • On the Nile

    Cairo Nightlife

    this will be my nightlife tips on Nile River Cruise, I will have separate thing to do and restaurant tips for it. what tour of Cairo is not complete with a Nile River Dinner Cruise? cruising along the mighty Nile River, where the Egyptian and other Civilisations (such as the Nubians) started as territorial egypt then was only along the first 50...

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  • Ministry of Sound

    Hurghada Nightlife

    This is one of the most popular clubs and one of my personal favourites. Every night diffrent themes but mostly house and R&B music. The club is located close to the marina and just by the beach, actually the club is on the beach and the only "proper" floor is in the toilets and the dance floor, the rest is sand. So ladies, if you want to walk...

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  • Live Music

    Cairo Nightlife

    besides the dinner buffet and the sights around the nile river and the captivating belly dancing show and the mystical Tanoura Show, the Nile River Cruise also has live music where a local egyptian band plays local egyptian and international songs that entertain the guests while they are eating the buffet. what tour of Cairo is not complete with a...

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  • Ali Baba

    Hurghada Nightlife

    This was great caffe where we spent much time drinking and smoking shisha, with great music and nice athmosphere, and above all, very nice staff, especially DJ Zika who has serbian nickname and loves our music and - the most amazing thing - knows the lyrics of all serbian songs :) although he is egyptian.

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  • Eating and Drinking

    Cairo Nightlife

    This is a pub we practically visited every night. It is a small place in Zamalek island which gets easily crowded after 9 pm. Beer is good and so is wine, you can also have dinner here. Tusday is their sushi night. casual

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  • Light and Sound Show

    Cairo Nightlife

    Want a truly unforgettable evening of entertainment in Cairo? Then don't miss the world-famous Pyramids Sound and Light Show in Giza! The Sound and Light Show at the Great Pyramids takes place on the Giza plateau. The one-hour show begins with the illumination of the Sphinx, who narrates the history of the pyramids and their builders. I really had...

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  • Khan el Khalili

    Cairo Nightlife

    Khan el Khalili is one fun place to shop local products/souvenirs.From keychains,pyramid replicas,rugs,carpet etc...name it and you can find it here! Though the place is really chaotic at night i still managed to enjoy having my husband beside me who also served as my interpreter :-) There are coffeeshops within the area if you plan to have Tea...

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  • Cairo Opera House

    Cairo Nightlife

    The Cairo Opera House was inaugurated on October 10th, 1988, following a void, which lasted 17 Years since the burning down of Cairo's first and World famous Opera House in 1971.The Opera is comprised of three theatres and an art library,It also has an art gallery and two museums. My husband and I visited the opera house twice,a night visit to see...

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  • Night time strollings

    Hurghada city area is totally inattractive place, not much to see around. It is fast growing place and the whole town looks alike an big construction, new houses, hotels and business buildings rising everywhere. And yes, alot of dust all over the place. The main street and the city centre should be more clean, side-walks are few only and in pretty...

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  • Cairo, The Sufi Dance (Al Darawish)

    This is a free show every Saturday & Wednesday night at 8:30. It last 90 minutes but get there early to get a good seat. Photos are allowed but not Videos. However, I have a small video camera and also took videos.I found about this from a fellow traveler and cannot find it in my guidebook.Defiantly worth while. See the photo for a sign with...

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  • Naama Bay,Sharm El Shaikh

    This place was not exactly I expected.It was nice to get closer to local people and their lives but one visit in Naama Bay was enough for my 10 days visit in Egypt.From one side there were remarkable hotels, restaurants,discotheques,shops,bars and on the other side there was noisy crowd,local people "molesting"you to visit their shops and to buy...

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  • Stroll around a shopping mall

    The hotel suggested the Arkadia shopping mall for an evening stroll and we hired a taxi to take us there and collect us again at about 11pm which is the closing time.

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  • Midnight walk on the banks of the Nile

    What a pleasure to take a mid-night stroll on the banks of the Nile, speaking to locals and enjoying the cool evening breeze after a day in the hot sun!

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  • Dinner Cruise on the Nile

    When in Cairo one simply HAS to experience a Dinner Nile Cruise. We enjoyed local cuisine as well as live belly dancing. smart casual

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  • Cinema - Hilton Annex

    There is a cinema on the top level of the small shopping mall in the Hilton Annex - opposite the Nile Hilton near the Egyptian Museum. This cinema plays some English language films in the evening. The cost was 30LE.

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  • Cairo Nile Dinner Cruise

    We took the Maxim Nile Dinner cruise a couple of weeks ago and were disappointed with the food. The family next to us had to send their meals back. It is no longer owned by Marriott and I understand that the food is not the same quality as it once was. However, the time on the Nile was great, watching Cairo pass alongside us and the dancing was...

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  • Egypt's Las Vegas!

    What's a town that's modern, full of neon lights, crowds, full of action pumping out up and down till the sunrise and most IMPORTANTLY, CLEAN? In Egypt?Sharm El-Sheikh! No doubt about it!Sharm is the place to enjoy and party! Don't come here in the day- it's virtually dead! Come here at night, when the whole town is alive just like Vegas! Alright,...

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  • One of the World's Busiest Vampires!

    You'll be surprised: Caireans are one of the World's Busiest Vampires! Only a few crazy Caireans (and tourists) here love the hot and dreadful afternoons! Everyone sleeps from 11 AM till 5 PM! (Many shops, offices close and have a long break from these hours!) And what happens when the sun sets (Around 7 PM) and the moon shines? Virtually everyone...

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  • Belly Dancing Ships!

    Who ever said those cruise ships sitting along the boulevard where just useless decoration?Well, if you said yes, boy are you WRONG!Those ships are the SHINY DISCO BALLS! They're the beating heart and magic of Aswan's nightlife! Party till you drop here! Inside these monstrous ships are bars, theaters, discos, and even venues for belly dancing!Of...

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  • Discos in Luxor

    Discos are abundant and popular in Luxor. Many of the hotels have music at night, or you can go to a local place. Some are rather sketchy, but are usually well monitored by the staff. Some young men are actually hired to bring in business, so you'll probably hear recommendations about where to go even without asking. They usually open by eleven pm...

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  • Not exactly spoilt for choice

    You are not exactly spoilt for choice for nightlife in Taba so it is easier to stay on site or visit one of the neighbouring hotels if you fancy a change of scene.The "On the Rocks Bar" in the Hyatt Regency is a great place to visit after dinner. It is a short stroll from the Limoncello Restaurant. I enjoyed either an Egyptian coffee or mint tea...

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  • Nightlife in Naama

    Pacha is the best club in Naama Bay, i think. It works every day, but the best day to visit it is Thursday. The entrance is not free, you'll have to pay $35 when the party has already started. But if you want to pay less, you can buy a ticket beforehand. It'll cost about $20 or $25. Pacha is very big club in comparison with other clubs in Naama...

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  • Belly Dancing

    What ever you do in Egypt, you shouldn't miss Belly Dancing. It is a "must do". Most of tourists go to usual exclusive restaurants or boats on the Nile, but a real experience is visiting a place where locals enjoy this phenomenon. Of course you shouldn't go on your own! Yours truly, didn't take her own advice so the pic you can see was taken on a...

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  • Dancing anyone?

    There are many places for you party loving people. One of them is Calypso club where most of the guests are also tourists. The entrance fee is 30LE (1EUR=7LE) and that includes a cocktail of your choice, a dancing show (I've been told all Russian girls, don't hope to see an authentic belly-dancer here) and a great time with popular music.

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  • CLEOPATRA'S NIGHT OUT

    This is about the costume party in the disco of "our" Nile Cruise Vessel , the Sonesta Sun Goddess which took us for 4 days from Aswan to Luxor... the other days we spent in Cairo where we didn't go out much at night because of sheer exhaustion.... That one night , the staff of the Sun Goddess invited the passengers to dress up in a fantasy costume...

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  • Walking around Cairo

    We enjoyed walking around Cairo at night and felt secure, but I wouldn't suggest 1 or 2 women walking around alone. For the most part they would be safe, but there would be a lot of attention brought to them and not always good attention.

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  • Back to the West

    When you get back to Cairo after you trip to the South, if you are craving a little western food and western atmosphere, try "Deals", we were halfway through our time in Egypt when we spent a couple of days in Cairo, and were "tombed and templed out" and were glad to get back to a little bit of normality before heading out into Sinai.

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  • Caffee

    Of course if you prefer a caffe instead of raving the whole night, plenty of places for that, too. In fact, there are such spots on every few meters. But if you order a Fanta, be prepared to get some very sweet and non-carbonated orange-flavored drink with "Fanta" label on it. What you definetly should try are teas. First is my favorite "karkadey"...

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  • Night time in Sharm Al Sheikh

    There is a lot to do in Na'ama Bay at night. The weather is cooler at night, I went there in June and the weather was brutal in the morning and in the afternoon.There are tons of restaurants, nice Arabic coffee shops where they serve shisha and Arabic coffee. There are some western fast food restaurants like KFC and Pizza Hut but I don’t think you...

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  • NIGHTCLUB!

    I never expected Egypt to have a nightclub but here it is!! And it's quite big! Although tickets can be a little expensive your on holiday what the hell. And I promise you you'll have a good night! There are different theme nights depending what music you like and theres even a pool inside!!!

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  • Night cruise on the Nile in Cairo

    Most of the tourists traveling to Cairo choose to spend a wonderful evening on a Nile cruise ship admiring the city by night while eating the tasteful local food.We couldn't miss this too!We have decided to do it on our last evening in Egypt, just before leaving for the airport.We have booked the 10:00 pm cruise and embarked on Aquarius ship.The...

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  • The Place

    "The Place" is located in Zamalek, near Sheraton El Gezirah, and has a magnificent view of the Nile. The restaurant, similar to a boat anchored on the Nile's shore, is on three levels and live music is played on the top terrace. We went there twice and different bands were singing both Egyptian and international music: the first night was a...

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  • Galabaya party on the Nile cruise ship

    The Galabaya party on the first evening on board of the Nile cruise ship was one of the real highlights.Galabaya is the traditional costume that many Egyptians still wear and can be bought either from the bazaar or directly on the ship.Actually on some ships the galabaya can be also rented only for the party, but as far as I heard the price is...

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  • Dinner at Fantasia

    Walk approx 10 minutes from Motels Street and you cannot miss Fantasia ! Taxi about £1.00. This complex is massive, go for a look during the day to see if its for you, the guides will try and sell you a ticket during the day as they say it will be so busy during the evening. We had no problem getting on on the designated european night ( tues and...

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  • along the Nile

    The local Egyptians spend a lot of time walking beside the Nile at night, especially across the bridges and corniche. The young particularly do this as it is probably the only way of being able to meet the opposite sex alone without being behind closed doors. Moslems believe that when a male and female are in a closed room alone, the devil is...

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  • Arabian Night

    Experience the sound and taste of Egypt-horse riding, belly dancing, fakirs, dervish dancing, Egyptian cuisine and all.What's more you get to hear the short version of Egypt's exciting history in English, German, French or Russian. You should bring a jacket because a part of the performance is given outside and evenings can be cold.

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  • Discos everywhere

    There are numerous discos throughout Luxor. Most of the big hotels have one, and there are many others lined up on the Corniche and around the budget hotels. They are pretty casual, and play mostly the newest western music. Most don't open until midnight. Only the hotel discos have a cover chrage, but pretty much all of them serve overpriced...

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  • Places to meet locals and other...

    These 2 Pubs are very popular, and very near to each other. They both have good menus, decent food, and lots of travelers. Both also have pool tables and a variety of western music. The King's Head is a bit more of a younger crowd. depending on how you feel about hooking up with a local guy, it's either a great opportunity, or a real hassle. The...

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  • Theme evening on board of the Voyageur

    The staff organized theme evenings to entertain its passenger, like a Nubian evening with Nubian cooking and dance show that was very nice. Then as you can see on the picture, there was also an Egyptian night, where everyone could rent or buy an adequate costume...which I found at first to be forcing our hand a bit . But you could actually rent...

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