well,if you wannna feel bangkok in thimphu than you better visit this club.....hot chicks and drinks make u go wild.....
it is adviceable to go with a parter,but if u don't have one.......than NO PROBS...
there are so many single ladies out there!!!!!!!!!
Dress Code: no dress code
Bhutan is not what you would think of when you consider good partying/dancing scenes. However, do not doubt the ability and desire of Bhutanese to get down on an evening, and Club Ace is a good spot to loosen up with local Thimpu residents. The club plays a blend of electronic music, with a large dance floor and a good set of lights. The music is usually house-style, with good beats and a nice danceline to it. And it is filled with mostly locals of youngerish age, having fun and shedding the stresses of the day with their feet. Not too many tourists, but a place to get out if you need a late night.
Dress Code: Decent attire is encouraged, but nothing formal.
Well guys if you think that Pumping house grooves and electrifying music is only to be found at the European Clubs and island Of Ibiza i was shocked to witness the same at a nightclub in the calm Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan.
5 mins drive from the main traffic in Thimhu this club has got the best music I heard in Recent time including my visit to UK.
The DJ was Indian but was overwhelmed by the music he was spinning . the latest in the dance chart of Radio1 and Ministry of Sound. A friend introduced me to him who was popularly known as DJ decee.
Oops for a moment i thought was back home till i realized I'm in Thimphu when the bartender gazed at me for asking Martini.
Music at the club rocked ..
o ya they call them self "CLUB ACE "
Indeed at least musically..
Dress Code: No Open Footwear