The World’s Six Most Unusual Clubs

Published May 1, 2012
Updated January 17, 2018

World’s Most Unusual Clubs: Miniscule of Sound, UK

Unusual Clubs Miniscule of Sound

Established in 1998 out of a small back yard in East London, the Miniscule of Sound is the smallest nightclub in the world. Accommodating only 14 people at a time, the Miniscule of Sound is a transportable club that has traversed the globe from China to Australia. Despite its miniature 8x4x8 size, the décor doesn’t skimp on the club feel: it’s replete with flashing lights, a dance floor, DJ and even a bouncer.

Miniscule of Sound

Skye Club, Brazil

Unusual Clubs Skye Club

Located in San Paulo, Brazil, the Skye Club is an architectural wonder. The venue is on the top floor of Unique Hotel—but beware, there are no walls or pillars to enclose the space. The effect is amazing: the club literally opens out to the sky and thus offers spectacular unimpeded city views. And should you want to make a splash, Skye Club also offers a pool with flashing lights and underwater speakers.

World's Most Unusual Clubs Skye Club

Skye Club

Mamta Bhatt
Savannah Cox
Savannah Cox holds a Master's in International Affairs from The New School as well as a PhD from the University of California, Berkeley, and now serves as an Assistant Professor at the University of Sheffield. Her work as a writer has also appeared on DNAinfo.
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