Karaoke is one of those activities that everyone has a love-hate relationship with. There’s always that one friend in your group that’ll try hype everyone up by suggesting a karaoke night and usually it’ll be met with a rejection… but you eventually give in and end up having the time of your life. Here are three of the best places to go in Dubai…
Kung Korean Restaurant & Karaoke
Don’t come to this Korean restaurant if you’re looking to do anything other than sing until your voice gives out. We recommend coming here if you are a genuine fan of karaoke and can appreciate a good set up of massive TVs, a sick karaoke system, mics and delicious Korean food. This place attracts a big crowd on the weekends, so make sure you reserve in advance.
Address: Byblos Hotel, Barsha Heights
As you can probably guess from the name of this bar, you’re in for a true NYC inspired night with a list of the best hip-hop and R&B tunes to pick from for their Friday karaoke nights. It’s also one of our favourite bars in the city, so if you’re not really in the mood to rap then you can always drop by for a fun night out with sick vibes & music.
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Lucky Voice Dubai
Contrary to the name of this place, entrance is not dependant based on how good your voice is. Even if you’re the most tone deaf person out there (which lets face it, is what really makes karaoke more enjoyable to watch) you’ll be welcomed with open arms. Their main event is the Friday Brunch which includes three hours of food and one hour of karaoke, price goes for around AED195.
Address: Grand Millennium Hotel