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Party World KTV (Woodlands Civic Centre)

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Party World KTV is a favourite among Mandarin and Cantopop music lovers, because of the impressive range of their favourite music there. It has several branches island-wide and introduces regular beverage promotions.

Daily: 11:00 - 06:00

+65 67605500
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• 15 Apr 2009 • 10 reviews • 0 follower

Convienant but smoky

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went there a couple of times as its rather a walking distance from my place.. an ideal location for heartlanders to have a short night's out in the boring place of woodlands.. - Variety of Songs (8/10) *rather updated* - Cleanliness of ktv rooms (5/10) *as the tables ain't that clean sometimes.. there's this weird stench in the sofa - Drinks variety (8/10) *quite a extensive list.. * - Service of waiter/waitress (6/10) *so so.. seems to always forget what we've ordered and always bringing the wrong drinks* - Aircon (5/10) *fit for polar bears! the central cooling unit seems to be on full blast.. and its freezing for ppl trying to stummer the song while fighting the cold Main bad point is that the corridor to the toilet seems to be an unofficial smoking corner even though its an air conditioned area.. think the management should do about curbing this ppl from gathering outside the joint and carry out their own smoking party..
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