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Sinai Clubbing and Nightlife

Sinai Clubbing and Nightlife, along Naama Bay, Hadaba, Sharks Bay In Sharm

When the sun is down and its warm rays cease caressing your skin, when your soul keeps on singing: “Get a party started!” it’s time to hit the town and have some fun! Whether you are in the mood for a romantic meal for two, a cheerful round of drinks with your buddies or just clubbing the night away, we provide you with the most fascinating, top-rated and exciting places ever!


Sinai Grand Casino is a Las Vegas style destination casino, the first of its kind in Egypt, situated in Sharm El Sheikh on the Red Sea Riviera. A multi-million dollar investment, the most magnificent Casino in the Middle East. A place of great beauty and an essential sight for any visitor to the resort. The style and theme is Pharaonic, with photo opportunities in the landscaped grounds and the superb lobby.

After a long day spent slowly baking in the sun till you reached that beautifully glowing tan, it’s time to hit the town and have some fun. Whether you’re in the mood for a romantic meal for two, a round of drinks with your buddies, enjoying a live jam, or just clubbing the night away, we give you the latest, hippest and top-rated places to be. Stick with us, and you’re in for one hell of a night. If it's nightlife you're after, you've come to the right place. Musically there's a wider choice now than ever before - overground, underground, rock, house, hip hop, techno, electro, r'n'b. Below is the most popular clubbing & night sports in Sharm El Sheikh and Dahab.

There are many other superb places to venture out to including Blackhouse nightclub, The ViVA LIVE - Latin & Salsa Lounge & Roof Bar along Viva Beach, Hard Rock Cafe all in Naama Bay or The Phoenix Bar and The Tavern Bar in Hadaba or Pangaea Night Club at Soho Square, Sharks Bay. Terrazzina Beach Club is a bar on the Terrazzina Beach near the Old Town which hosts daytime and night time beach parties. During the day you can swim, eat, drink and dance and at night when the divers return the area becomes one big beach party. Most hotels have fully stocked vibrant bars for you to enjoy both day and night. However there are some superb bars both in Naama Bay and Hadaba.

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Na'ama Bay is the resort's main hub and the most commercialized. "It's just like Blackpool" is how one holidaymaker described it. The flashing multicolored lights and general hubbub, along with tacky souvenir shops and thumping nightspots such as Pacha, Ministry of Sound, Hard Rock Café and the Buddha Bar, give it more of a Spanish Costas feel. There's even the obligatory British-style pub, the Tavern Bar, which styles itself as Sharm's "original Brit bar", with its smoky atmosphere, loud music, sports screen and "the best Sunday roast in town".

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However, the prevalence of Bedouin-style cafés with their rugs, cushions and shisha pipes remind visitors of Na'ama Bay's or Sharks Bay Beach true heritage, along with shops selling singing camels, oriental slippers, pouffes and exotic herbs and spices. Sit and have a drink, or a coffee and try the local Shisha pipes. Shishas are fruit flavoured tobacco pipes and are great fun. It's at night that the pedestrianised centre of Na'ama Bay really comes alive and despite the feeling that you could be pretty much anywhere, it is quite fun to wander around.

Last Updated on Monday 17th January 2011