Hell has always been described as a place of pain and suffering where bad people go at the end of their lives — but how exactly do you define a ‘bad’ person? Every religion has their own interpretation of life and codes — what seems bad to one might be acceptable to another — just like everything else in life, everything is pretty much grey and nothing is definite.
Located at Tanjong Pagar, Club Hell is a bold new club that challenges social constructs on highly nuanced topics like this, and they’re bringing you their very own take of ‘Hell’ — which instead of being a place of fire and brimstone, is actually a safe space where like-minded people can gather and just have a good time together.
Also, here’s an interesting piece of trivia for you — did you know that the commonly known idea that Hell is a place of immense torture, fire and suffering is actually popularised by Dante’s Inferno, a fiction story dating back to the 1300s by the Italian poet Dante Alighieri?
At Club Hell, there will be weekly live performances like drag shows and more from people and allies of the LGBTQ+ community, as well as themed party nights like throwback nights with early 2000s hits, KPOP nights, and more.
For the daring drinkers, they also have a myriad of strong and boozy cocktails, their most famous being their signature Meng Po Tang — a dangerously potent cocktail consisting of six different types of liquor (vodka, whiskey, triple secc rum, gin, tequila and martini).
It’s also served in a bowl, just like how it’s presented in Chinese mythology. For those who aren’t familiar, Meng Po Tang is given to people in the afterlife to make them forget about their life before reincarnating.
If you’re really looking to drink to your hearts’ content, there’s also a S$45 liquid buffet.
Ready for a night in the afterlife? Check out Club Hell now!
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