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V-club was a 3-level sauna appealing to a mainly Chinese-educated clientele which opened in the mid-2000s. It has the most nude nights in a week - on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. A unique feature of the sauna was a room next to the showers on the topmost floor which had water-filled mattresses, resembling waterbeds, with a hose nearby, presumably for "water sports". Snacks and drinks could be obtained on the ground floor. After a couple of years of operation, it underwent a facelift and changed its name to Sphere. It closed down on Sunday, 11 March 2007[1] despite a rumoured attempt at keeping the enterprise afloat via an infusion of funds from an investor.

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7 Mosque Street, near Chinatown, tel: 6221-2729.

Shophouse in which V-Club is located. Entrance to V-Club. Row of shophouses along Mosque Street, in which V-Club is located.

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This article was written by Roy Tan.