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Top 25 Clubs in the World

Add these hot spots to your to-do list

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    1. Green Valley in Camboriu, Brazil has earned the top spot and has been voted the #1 club in the entire world. According to djmag.com, Green Valley is best known for the "infectious energy it generates" and a "glorifies blaze of glowing lights."

    Photo: Marcos V. Booz Silva/Flickr

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    2. Space Ibiza, located in the club capital of the world, Ibiza Spain has a lot to brag about. Circus performers and ice cannons are just two reasons why this club makes the cut.

    Photo: ¡Carlitos/Flickr

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    3. Pacha Ibiza, a name you can drop that will instantly catch the attention of any ‘lover of the lights,’ has paved the way for EDM and what it is today. “If electronic music was a religion, Pacha would have been the church,” says Chuckie. (djmag.com).

    Photo: Roberto Castaño/Flickr

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    4. Fabric in London England is the hot spot in the U.K, bringing many foreigners together. Cooler than that – Fabric was once a meat storage facility back in the day.

    Photo: ucluphotosoc/Flickr

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    5. "One World, One Music, One Tribe, One Dance” is the manta for this club. Zouk, Singapore is all about the right ‘vibe’ & mosaics on the walls definitely add to this feeling.

    Photo: Thómas Tan/Flickr

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    6. BCM in Mallorca, Spain has notable DJ’s such as Deadmau5, Tiësto and Avicii play every Summer.

    Photo: remake_remodel/Flickr

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    7. Miinistry Of Sound in London, England has recently made renovations, by adding CO2 cannons and festival rainbow lasers to make this party experience over-the-top.

    Photo: Colcad/Flickr

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    8. Fabrik located in Madrid, Spain has a water slide and a pool… Bucket list?!

    Photo: OMARPHOTOWORLD/Flickr

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    9. Amnesia – Ibiza, Spain. Partying at this club will be a night to remember… or should we say forget?!

    Photo: Amnesia - Ibiza/Flickr

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    10. Marquee Dayclub & Nightclub located in Las Vegas, NV (Party Central, USA) has a state-of-the-art audio-visual stage set-up and a Funktion One sound system.

    Photo: alchen_x/Flickr

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    11. DC10 – Ibiza, Spain can be known best for it’s funky deep house style of EDM.

    Photo: alexharries/Flickr

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    12. Privilege in Ibiza, Spain has a capacity of 10,000 and is the world’s biggest club.

    Photo: Roberto Castaño/Flickr

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    13. Cavo Paradiso in Mykonos, Greece is decorated with cast-iron gargoyles, white-wash walls and terracotta tiles – giving off an elegant island feel along with the best beats. What’s better than that?!

    Photo: Courtesy Cavo Paradiso

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    14. The Warehouse Project used to be a storage facility in Manchester, UK and is now home to underground EDM, home to some up and coming DJ’s.

    Photo: Drew "Rukes" Ressler/Flickr

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    15. Yalta in Sofia, Bulgaria has a “No VIP policy” and brings it's party guests together.

    Photo: jasab/Flickr

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    16. Guvernment – Toronto, Canada is the countries largest nightclub and is so with it that even has a nickname… “The Guv.”

    Photo: Drew "Rukes" Ressler/Flickr

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    17. Cocorico, Rimini, Italy opened in 1989. It can be best known for “the Pyramid” room, beautifully put together giving off an Egyptian feel.

    Photo: omino69/Flickr

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    18. D-Edge, Sao Paulo, Brazil – This hot spot is covered floor to ceiling with lights, lights and more lights and will definitely make you feel out of this world.

    Photo: Leandro Godoi - Fotografia/Flickr

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    19. Trouw, Amsterdam, Holland – Located in the best part of it’s city, this nightclub really comes to life by bringing together people of all interests – party goers, art enthusiast and people who enjoy fine dining.

    Photo: Passetti/Flickr

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    20. Studio 80, Amsterdam, Holland – Only holding up to 350 people, this intimate space is home to some of the world’s up and coming DJ’s.

    Photo: Jay S**/Flickr

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    21. Echostage, Washington DC, USA – Columns in the middle of the dance floor definitely give this club a DC feel.

    Photo: RJ Schmidt/Flickr

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    22. Ellui, Seoul in South Korea is best known for it’s enormous plasma screens and it’s high-tech surround system.

    Photo: Mixtribe Photo/Flickr

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    23. Bootshaus, Cologne, Germany – Known for its crowd surfing and edgier beats, it has been dubbed as one of the hottest spots in Germany.

    Photo: Drew "Rukes" Ressler/Flickr

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    24. Avalon, Los Angeles, California – If you could imagine Disney World as a nightclub… this would be it!

    Photo: Drew "Rukes" Ressler/Flickr

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    25. Roxy, Prague, Czech Republic – This club has a cool feel, decorated with brick walls and awesome L.E.D. lights that will keep you coming back for more!

    Photo: THEfunkyman/Flickr