As the pioneer clubbing institution in Singapore, Zouk was the first club to introduce House music. It bravely steered away from the popular trend of Top 40s and retro playlists, establishing itself as a trailblazer in the industry.

Zouk evolved into an all-encompassing global lifestyle brand in October 2015 under the direction of the leading global leisure, entertainment, and hospitality enterprise, Genting Hong Kong. A home ground to generations of Singaporean music lovers, the Zouk culture has evolved into a subculture of its own. Now in its 31st year, the club is on a continuous mission to push the boundaries of music experiences to take the Zouk spirit to international shores.

With its expansion into the F&B sector, Zouk Group added a cocktail bar with a “Vice” theme, Here Kitty Kitty Singapore, and an Omakase fine-dining restaurant, Sushi Ichizuke, to its growing F&B pillar. Today, Zouk Group also owns the franchise for FIVE GUYS in Singapore and Malaysia. Further expansion plans in the pipeline include bringing Zouk Japan on board the new Global Class Cruise ship in 2025 and beyond.




From starting as a family-run burgers and fries joint in Virginia to growing the business and sharing this love and passion with the rest of the world, Five Guys has finally arrived on our little red dot. Serving only the best all-American burgers made to perfection with a side of hand-cut fries cooked in pure peanut oil, grilled cheese sandwiches, and handspun milkshakes, be sure to pop by for a burger when you’re around NEX, ION Orchard, and Plaza Singapura. We’ll see you there!



After 25 years at Jiak Kim Street, Zouk relocated and is now housed within Clarke Quay’s Cannery Block and spanning across two floors, the new Zouk complex will once again be a collection of unique concepts with the retention of signature dance stages Zouk and Phuture, the sophisticated art-spotting club and lounge outlet, Capital, as well as a pre-game watering hole, RedTail Bar.



This makeover was recognized internationally when Velvet Underground won both the “Commercial Interiors” and “Supreme Awards” at the internationally renowned Surface Design Awards 2013.



Zouk has since revamped itself many times, ensuring its relevance to every new generation. In September 2005, Zouk closed for a month and re-invested $7 million in refurbishing the entire complex, from its facade to all its signature outlets: Zouk’s main room, Velvet Underground, Phuture, and the Wine Bar.



The original Jiak Kim Street building, consisting of three warehouses built along the Singapore River in 1919, has seen much of Singapore’s modern history. When the club’s management tendered for the space, the buildings were dilapidated and roofless with crumbling walls. As part of its restoration, existing walls were conserved and new levels and compartments were added to create a modern interior. New timber trusses bolstered the roof while maintaining the traditional warehouse architecture of Singapore.