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The Chinese Laundry is one of the biggest clubs in Sydney and is known as must stop for dance and electronic music Enthusiasts. This is one of the longest running nightclubs in Sydney and was ranked the number one club in Australia by the United Kingdom’s music publication DJ Magazine. This spot has an Asian fusion styled decor, three themed rooms and a huge outside garden that is often packed during the summer months.
The Chinese Laundry is a casual setting with mixed crowd so tidy jeans and a sharp shirt will usually fit the bill. The Drink list includes many different wine, beers, a few other liquor choices and don’t forget the Red bull to keep you dancing. If hunger strikes there are also light Asian style snacks to keep Admission usually runs between 10 and 30 dollars a person and it usually goes up after 11 especially if it is a really busy night.
The Chinese Laundry draws in Djs and Dance music lovers in from all over the world to come rock out on one of its three floors. Music styles include House, Party, Dubstep, Electro, Tech, and many other varieties to get you moving. Each of the three rooms has its own unique sound and in many ways is three clubs packed into one. In the first room or the Cave the DJs usually play a mixture of House and Techno. The Sand Bar is more laid back and patrons rock out to party music. Lastly is the Chinese Laundry, this room crosses all dance genres and features the best headliners of the night. In the summer months the outdoor Garden opens up and a fourth music scene comes to life with even more music.
The venue has hosted musicians from all over the world including countries like the United States, The United Kingdom and Germany. Some of the big name DJs that have worked their beats at the Chinese Laundry include Dead Mouse, Bassnecktor and LTJ Bukem just to name a view.
Near By Attraction
The patrons of the Chinese Laundry will find the food shopping and attractions in Darling Harbor right at their finger tips. The Sydney Aquarium is less than a five minute walk from the Chinese Laundry. While you are there you can also stop by the Sydney Wildlife World which is right around the corner. The historic Maritime Museum which covers Sydney’s history as a sea port is also just beyond the bay.
Restaurants and shops line either side of the famous harbor and are easily accessed from the Chinese Laundry. The Darling Harbor Shopping Center is chalk full with shops to explore. If you are looking or a bite to eat there are over Thirty different restaurants in the harbor each with something different to offer. Some of these stops include the Indian fusion restaurant Zaaffran, Chinta Rita which serves Chinese food, I’m Angus which is famous for its steaks and Nick’s seafood which has been in the harbor for more than ten years.