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Seven great places for karaoke in Dubai

Mon, June 21, 2021

Dubai is well-served for chances to perform karaoke: we’ve rounded up the best places to sing your heart out, every night of the week.

Dubai is well-served for chances to perform karaoke: we’ve rounded up the best places to sing your heart out, every night of the week.


Lucky Voice


An import from London, Lucky Voice gives a British spin to the karaoke concept, with regular theme nights, and a strong focus on UK music, from Britpop to The Beatles. Open on weekends, Lucky Voice is purely focused on karaoke, which makes it even more special. Enjoy a lively time in the public area, complete with mirrorball and funky lighting – or book a private room for few of your friends.


Mr. Miyagi's

At Mr Miyagi’s at Dubai Studio City and Dubai Media City, the aim is to recreate a vibrant Asian lounge atmosphere complete with Thai street food, and the staff put a lot of energy into making this happen. The décor includes brightly coloured furniture, Japanese-style cherry blossoms and more. There’s no private karaoke rooms, but singing is done from your table (and with lyrics on a tablet), so it’s not as public as others. With guests and staff both taking turns to belt out tunes, as well as karaoke-themed quizzes and brunches, expect a lively time.



One of Dubai’s most established karaoke lounges – it claims to be the city’s first – Hibiki is set in a small space at Hyatt Regency Deira, with plenty of sofas and tall chairs amid polished wood and cream tones. Enjoy a drink or food from the extensive menu as you prepare for your moment to shine. A library of 50,000 songs should keep you going, although don’t expect the latest graphics or high-tech lighting.


Kung Korean

Behind the traditional dining area of Kung Korean Restaurant are private karaoke rooms, complete with U-shaped sofas, big-screen TVs and cheesy disco lighting. Enjoy the restaurant’s authentic Korean food menu between songs. There’s no public karaoke area, so booking is a must. But there’s plenty of space for a medium-sized group, as well as full-motion karaoke backing tracks to go with the extensive song library.


Makati Comedy Bar

The Makati Comedy Bar at Asiana Hotel in Deira is primarily geared to Filipino customers, with comedy and musical performances in Tagalog. While the comedy may be limited to those who understand, everyone should be able to enjoy the singing – and there are plenty of opportunities for the audience to sing something as well. There are also private karaoke rooms (best booked in advance), which benefit from the lounge’s truly international song selection, with options in English, Filipino, Japanese, Chinese and Korean.


Miss Wang

Tucked away by the bustling streets of Bur Dubai, Miss Wang at Majestic City Retreat offers Asian fusion food in an industrial-chic room decorated with striking graffiti-style art, and a live band performing from Tuesday to Sunday. There’s also public karaoke every Monday, but a private karaoke space is available all week – and in combination with Miss Wang’s renowned food, should set guests up for an entertaining evening.


Ain Dubai

Ain Dubai

While the world's highest observation wheel might not be the most obvious spot for a karaoke lounge, you can hire out one of Ain Dubai’s pods with friends or family, and turn it into your very own private venue. With the special package, the cabin will be transformed into a dance floor, complete with disco lights and a karaoke machine so you can belt our your favourite tunes, from classics to recent pop hits, all while soaking in the views of Bluewaters Island, the city skyline, and the Arabian Gulf.

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