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Equipped with the latest recreational activities, Players Club is one of the most exhilarating places in Dhaka city.

Dhaka is thriving; economic growth has transformed this city into a fast-paced metropolitan which never sleeps. Rapid urbanization has shrunk our living spaces and completely engulfed possibilities of outdoor activities. Therefore every segment of the population, from baby boomers to millennials, are more likely to look for indoor recreation. A place, detached from the chaos of the city equipped with new recreational activities, to take their mind off the hassles of daily life and bond with their loved ones.
Located in one of the biggest shopping malls in South Asia, Players Club is a titillating place in Dhaka city. It’s one of the more accessible places to locate in an otherwise giant maze; patrons can go straight to the location through South Court at Level 5.

The moment you set foot in Players Club, a rush of excitement hits you, the rave of neon lights and music sets an enticing atmosphere. As the music gets louder, you will find yourself in front of the largest bowling alley in the country. It has 22 lanes and covers an area of around 17,000Sft. Bowling is one of the most popular recreational activities in the world which people across all age groups can enjoy. Everyone in your group is bound to have a great time, including the jock and the nerd. Even though bowling alleys are not a new addition to Dhaka’s recreation scene, most were sub-standard and could not provide the environment and ambiance essential for savouring leisure time. Players Club’s bowling alleys are genuinely international standard, the length of the lanes from the foul line to the pin are per the global measure. Even on the busiest of days, your friends and family will not have to wait for hours in the queue because it can accommodate 132 players at a time.


If your friends are more into placid leisure time, Players Club also has six billiard board tables inside a tranquil 2700 sq ft area. A few recreations offer the drama, color, and tradition as billiard, more popularly known as “pool.” You can enjoy a few friendly rounds with your friends while mellow music plays in the background. Approximately 40 persons can enjoy snooker/pool at a time.

Perhaps the most exhilarating activity offered by Players Club is karaoke. It is a unique experience, unmatched by any other indoor recreational activity. Karaoke can also be enjoyed amongst strangers, sharing the intricacies, etiquette, and felicity. Performing music together has the power of evoking an emotional response, creating memories that last a lifetime. Karaoke has evolved into an authentic interest driven by a love of music.
Considering all the superb facilities on offer, Players Club is the go-to place for Dhaka’s youth. It should not discourage you from trying out the place because it is massive and has can accommodate thousands of patrons in a single day. If you are looking for a place to spend quality time with your friends and family that offers excellent entertainment with a pleasing environment, Players Club is what you are looking for.

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