'If you can't make a memorable day try making a momorable night.' This is one good line to travel with in Chennai city. The place offers a lot of avenues to brightn up the things once the sun goes down. Nightlife in Chennai is a real pleasure. There are discotheques, pubs, theatres, movie halls and more places to liven the things up in the dark hours of night. A typical discotheque at Chennai would include lots of young people who love to shake, some fascinating display of lights and colors and the full blast of the music, chill bars and more. Discotheque like HFO (Hell Freezes Over) is the happening place in Chennai. The place features great floor space, hi tech sound and lighting systems, bar and a billiards table. Chennai is dotted with pubs and bars. Some reputed places for a perfect drink include Sangaree at Ashok Residency, Oakshott at Hotel Connemara, Geoffrey's at Hotel Radha Park Inn, Dublin at Park Sheraton and Towers.For a nice quite dinner and without any boom and zoom there are restaurants. But it would be a bad idea if you want a nigh out. Most of the restaurants are but closed at midnight. There are clubs instead but the membership is restricted. There are number of places where theatrical performances are held. But to avail the opportunity the tourists need to be on vigil in the city as the venue for such performances constantly changes. The popular auditoriums and cultural centres are the most likely places to check out. The popular dance which is a regular feature at these places is one better way of knowing the Tamil culture.

Chennai Discotheques
Chennai, the capital city of Tamil Nadu, has a happening nightlife and a number of discotheques, to add to its glitz and glamour. These discotheques provide you an opportunity to set the floor on fire and have a rocking night experience. As the sun goes down, the spirit of the falling dark engulfs the, otherwise, historic city of Madras and its people, to lure them into pleasurable activities. There are many options available in the city to enliven your late night hours, such as pubs, discos, lounges, etc. Here, you can groove on some foot tapping numbers amidst revolving lights, colorful people and chill bars, which make the environment intoxicating, forcing you to want more. HFOHFO is the most popular discotheque in Chennai. With 6000 sq. feet of floor space, 2500 watts of music, state-of-the-art sound and lighting systems, billiards table, bar for members and non-members, the choicest liquors, the great music, 3 super-cool DJs and a simply electrifying atmosphere, it literally stands up to its name HFO (Hell Freezes Over). A special ladies night takes place on Wednesdays, while two Saturdays a month are dedicated to events like Fashion Shows, Bacardi Nights, Coke Nights, etc. Moreover, Guest DJs from all over the country are invited to play here. DublinDublin is a chic class pub and has become a hot spot in the city. It is situated in the premises of ITC Hotel Park Sheraton. The pub is a fine blend of Irish pub/nightclub. PashaPasha is a jazzy discotheque, which allows you to relax in low divan-styled seating areas and sink into plush silky cushions in myriad colors. To hide out from the frantic activity, you can veil yourself in a maze of metallic organza drapes. You can also enjoy an Indipop evening, which spikes up the atmosphere every Wednesday.

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