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Kaohsiung has a wide variety of pubs, discotheques, and nightclubs to offer to the fun loving and hardcore party-going visitor. The nightlife in Kaohsiung is on a similar par to that of Taipei, so you can expect to see big-name DJs on stage in some of the more popular clubs and even a few celebrities enjoying the cocktails and the classy bars.
Urban Spotlight is something of a cross between a public space, an art exhibition and a nightclub. A relatively quiet city park by day, at night, just when the evening sets in, the whole area lights up. There are a number of bands that perform live here and the coffee shops bustle with people.
You can see locals and visitors having a good time and feasting on ultra-delectable food at the stalls, which are especially famous for their seafood. Location: No. Brickyard is famous for its live music and its themed clubbing nights. Every Wednesday is both student and ladies night while Thursdays are gay-friendly and Fridays are Latin night. As you might expect, the club attracts a very varied but lively international crowd.
It's the go-to choice for most of the city's expats. There is a cover charge every night, which also pays for your first drink, but the charges are generally reasonable. Unusually, for a nightclub, the food at Brickyard is really good. Lamp Disco is a luxury club close to 85 Sky Tower, in the heart of Kaohsiung. Despite the fact that the dancefloor is a whopping 1, sq m and the cover charge is a little high, relative to other places, it still manages to fill to capacity most nights thanks to its great atmosphere and music.
Location: 3F, No. Lush is a high-class lounge bar with relaxation and comfort etched into its every brick. There are plenty of plush, comfy sofas, from which you can enjoy the great music and excellent food and drinks, all while bathed in soft, soothing lighting. Barcode is one of the swankiest bars in Kaohisung, with ties and similarities to high-end establishments in Taipei.