The 10 most exciting party cities on the planet

Some people love to party, at home or on vacation, and the world has some fantastic party destinations available for the most adventurous party attendees. Here we present our favorite Craziest Party Hotspots across the globe. It doesn’t matter if you’re conservative or wild and crazy. You’re sure to find a party destination to suit your personality.

10- Berlin, Germany



Berlin is famous for lots of reasons: it’s cheap, it’s fun, it’s cultural, it’s cool, and oh, there are probably more clubs than there are people. Notoriously the coolest clubs are the most tricky to get into but there are a few rules that you abide by in order to stand a chance – look tough (think black and leather), don’t be drunk, know who’s playing that night and if you can, attempt to speak some German or make friends with one in the queue. That being said, Berghain, the capital of techno scene since 2004, is known for turning people away for no reason so have a backup plan.

9- Hong Kong

Hong Kong

You’ll never feel out of place in Hong Kong, no matter where you’re from. British banker-wankers might rub elbows with Indian-born locals over rooftop cocktails between the Batman-graced skyscrapers from The Dark Knight. Sobering up over late-night congee, you might find Canadian backpackers or vacationers from mainland China at the next table over. The point is, whether you’re the most budget-conscious couch surfer or a Diamond-Elite-Plus-blahblah jet-setter, there’s something for you in Hong Kong.

8- Cancun, Mexico


Cancun, Mexico, is a little slice of Heaven on the far west-coast of Mexico. Walk as west as you can go in Cancun and you’ll hit ‘Zona Hotelera’ also known to the locals as the ‘Tourist Zone’ or more commonly known to travellers as the ‘Party Zone’. This thin sliver of land is home to Cancun’s wildest clubs, and for the first two weeks of March (Spring Break for U.S students), it’s a free-for-all when it comes to boozing and late nights. For an intense partying experience go during Spring Break; for a more chilled version, then June-September is your best bet with temperatures that never dip below 23°C.

7- Amsterdam, Netherlands


Forget the stereotypes of pot cafes, canals, and van Gogh. Spending a weekend partying in Amsterdam, will see you cycling from a former gas plant (Gashouder) to De School — you guessed it, a former school, now 24-hour venue, fit with a yard, a gym, and a dance floor built into the school’s former bike shed. The Netherlands boasts more music festivals per capital than anywhere else and the biggest dance music festival in the world (Amsterdam Dance Event). Appropriately, its capital was the first city in the world to have appointed a night mayor to oversee and protect late-night endeavors.

6- Seoul, South Korea


Say “kimchee,” throw up a peace sign, and smile, because good cheer runs through Seoul like soju swimming in your bloodstream. You’re doing it right if that soju got into your system through a “love shot,” a delightfully cheesy semi-hug reflective of Seoulites’ unabashed affection for humankind: you face someone (hopefully one of the city’s many beautiful people), hook opposite elbows, and throw back the all-too-swiggable liquor in your cup.

5- Buenos Aires, Argentina


They say that New York is the city that never sleeps, but Buenos Aires is one of the world’s frontrunners when it comes to 24-hour partying. Many of the best things about this fascinating city happen after dark, and you’ll notice that nightlife and nighttime activities play a key role in the lives of porteños. A few things to know: It’s normal to go for dinner at 1 a.m., after taking in a theater show on Avenida Corrientes; it’s normal to go for ice cream with your grandmother at midnight on a Tuesday; and it’s normal to wait until 11 p.m. before going to a bar. You get the idea: B.A. is a city for night owls.

4- RIO De Janiero, Brazil



Party on the beach, day and night. If there is one place in the world offering every single earthly delight any sane man could want, Rio de Janeiro is it. Sprawling beaches, beautiful women, parties 24/7 and people living life at full tilt is what this Brazilian city of seven million is all about. The Marvelous City, as it is often called, is just that. After partying in Rio, your memories of any other party you have ever been to will seem like miniscule, uneventful bashes. The party aura is overwhelming in this city and you will feel it in all of your senses as soon as you leave your hotel room and head to the beach. After midnight, the waterfront comes alive with disco clubs and samba beats and continues well into the wee hours.

3- Ibiza, Spain


The World’s Party Capital. Home to Privilege, the largest club in the world, Ibiza is a legendary party epicenter. It is unusual to stop partying anytime before 6 a.m. on this hopping island. But most clubs stay open as late as 8 a.m. in case you are in it for the long haul. Seasoned clubbers in Ibiza usually wake at noon and take early evening naps to prepare for the long night ahead. Besides, you need all the rest you can get to endure a foam party at Amnesia.

2- Bangkok, Thailand


Thailand’s gargantuan capital is famous for nocturnal throwdowns, red light districts, and demolishing buckets on Khao San Rd on the cheap. But there’s a reason nearly everyone who visits Thailand comes away with some kind of raging booze-fueled story. In Bangkok, there’s no shortage of spots to go looking for trouble — and if you don’t go looking, it often seems to find you anyway.

1- Las Vegas, USA


The city much famous for best nightlife. You’ve all heard the famous term, “what happens in Vegas…” and the legends are true. Vegas really is Sin City, because if its uncompromising party atmosphere and vibrant nightlife. The possibilities are endless and suit all needs and desires, whether it be throwing dice and stacking chips at a casino, clubbing on the strip, to pretty much anything featured in The Hangover.


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