China Rouge+ Back

(Last updated: November 1, 2015)

 

For an evening of trend setting upscale entertainment, look no further than Galaxy's exclusive nightclub, China Rouge.  Ever since its grand opening on March 15, 2012, it's been the place where industry giants, celebrities and high rollers alike gather to meet, mingle and be seen.  I had the good fortune of partying there last April 30th with Qi Meng and A Ping, and we all left thinking the same thing.  If this is what 1930's Shanghai was like, then we were all born at the wrong time.

 

A Ping and Qi Meng on the dance floor at China Rouge A Ping on the dance floor at China Rouge Qi Meng calling someone over to the dance floor at China Rouge A Ping striking a pose on the dance floor at China Rouge A Ping and Qi Meng alone on the dance floor at China Rouge


Conceived and conceptualised by star Hong Kong consultant Alan Chan, the interior of China Rouge is a seamless marriage of classic and contemporary themes, highlighted by a series of impressive but overtly garish and salacious retro wall prints.  The fabulous hallway linking the entrance to the bar section is the club's high water mark for style and seduction.  A twisting and tantalising take on East meets West, the corridor is a series of smaller chambers, where bold artistic presentations of sultry Asian women juxtapose with dark Art Deco inspired design and accessories. 

 

wall art of a beautiful Asian woman at China Rouge two Chinese woman with red eyes and white faces at China Rouge two gold statues at China Rouge beautiful Asian girl with a red band covering her breasts at China Rouge A Ping and Qi Meng sitting on a plush red sofa at China Rouge 

 

The entertainment at the club is cabarat style and certainly top notch.  We saw a French jazz trio, pole dancers, body contortionists, ballroom dancers, Go Go girls, and a host of other singing and musical acts.  

 

China Rouge singer and musician onstage two hot dancers dressed in black at China Rouge three male dancers dressed in white at China Rouge male singer and two dancers onstage at China Rouge five dancers onstage at China Rouge


Drinks at the club are not exorbitantly priced, instead they're in line with what you pay at other high brow Macau bars.  Expect to drop $60 for a beer and $90 for cocktails, while shooters are $40.  I didn't check the prices for wine or champagne but I would anticipate the cheapest bottles start from around $400 and up.  For those who like to cut some tile, there is no dance floor per se but one will be sure to pop up in front of the main stage before too long. 

 

four Asian dancers with their legs in the air at China Rouge woman in a white dress next to a guy in a tuxedo at China Rouge Qi Meng and A Ping onstage at China Rouge A Ping and Qi Meng strike poses onstage at China Rouge A Ping and Qi Meng embrace on the dance floor at China Rouge

 

Marketed as the playground of elites and VIP's, China Rouge definitely doesn't disappoint.  Not only is it Macau's premier nightspot, but it's also the city's most devious, decadent and divine.  If this website does well, then I'll definitely make it one of my standard options in the future.  I hope to see you there!!


Chinese dancer flashing cleavage at China Rouge A Ping with one arm in the air on the dance floor at China Rouge hot Chinese dancer in black on the dance floor at China Rouge  hot Chinese girl in a bikini on stage at China Rouge

 

 

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