Bangladesh Night Clubs

Located in South Asia, Bangladesh is known for lush tropical forests, hundreds of rivers, and the home of the Royal Bengal Tiger. Tourists can experience a lively nightlife in Bangladesh, which offers a small variety of lounges and nightclubs, usually operated within the country's major hotels.

  1. X Lounge

    • Featuring a lounge and restaurant, X Lounge is one of several well-known nighttime hangouts in Dhaka, Bangladesh. In the restaurant end, chefs prepare a variety of American steak cuts, as well as Thai and Chinese dishes. In the sheesha lounge, visitors can sample various sheesha flavors and cocktails. The X Lounge is popular among tourists and university students for its available free wireless Internet.

      X Lounge
      Abedin Tower
      35 Kemal Ataturk Ave.
      Banani, Dhaka-1213, Bangladesh
      hottdhaka.com/hottspots/view.php?action=view&id=73

    Deja Vu Café

    • A lounge and an eatery, Deja Vu Café provides a lively nighttime destination for locals, tourists and students. The entrance fee is 500 taka, which visitors can then use to purchase from the chef's menu and drinks on the first floor, in between dancing to the cafe's live DJ music.

      Visitors are offered varying flavors of sheesha to smoke, and on the top floor---purposefully decorated with bold contemporary designs and low lighting---a larger kitchen menu from which to sample.

      118-Gulshan Ave.
      Gulshan-2
      Dhaka-1212 Bangladesh
      hottdhaka.com/hottspots/view.php?action=view&id=10

    BAGHA Club

    • Located in Dhaka, the BAGHA Club has been in service for almost 30 years and features weekly events on Friday evenings.

      To please a variety of people, BAGHA has invited live bands, played feature films, hired barbecue caterers and hosted cocktail evenings, to name only a few events.

      BAGHA Club
      Road 44, House 17, Gulshan
      Dhaka, Bangladesh
      thebagha.blogspot.com

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