It’s that time of the year again (for clubs) and Zouk Kuala Lumpur is in it to win it!

Zouk Kuala Lumpur has been pushing the boundaries since it first opened its doors in 2004, an even more so this year when it moved to a new location.

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The parties returned bigger and better than ever at the new Zouk Kuala Lumpur in August, as its new home boasts 11 spectacular rooms, making it Asia’s largest superclub. Also further cementing the Zouk brand name as one of the world’s best clubbing destinations.

The pride of clubland Kuala Lumpur, the 11-year-old Zouk Kuala Lumpur first entered the polls in 2011 at #65, and in 4 years, it spectacularly made it to be among the top 40 clubs in the world.

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And now, Zouk Kuala Lumpur is gearing up for one of its biggest campaigns in 2015/2016 in its bid to gain a spot in the Top 20 positions next year.

The 3-month voting period will see Zouk Kuala Lumpur, now at #38, embark on a national outreach programme. One that has both club-based events/activities and collaborations. For the first time, Zouk Kuala Lumpur will be embarking on an interstate tour at Malacca’s Mixx club on 12th December and Penang’s Cuvee club on 19th December, during the polling season.

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The voting started on 10th December and it ends on 19th February. So if you love Zouk Kuala Lumpur, if you’ve rocked out to all the DJs that they’ve brought to KL, and if Zouk Kuala Lumpur is your “second home”, go here to vote!

Results will be announced in March 2016.

For more information, visit Zouk Kuala Lumpur’s Facebook page.

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