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Review: Students Promotion - KSuites @ Bugis+

K Suites is a newer and improved karaoke concept by K Box Entertainment. I have been to K Box but not K Suites so when the students promotion came about, I knew I had to go for it. My sister sings really well and I don't, so in order not to embarrass myself unnecessarily, I bought my sister there. Haha, she can sing to her heart's content without having to worry that someone might snatch the mike from her!

We went on a Wednesday and no prior booking was required. When we got there and informed the lady at the counter that we're here for student promotion, her smile disappeared. We are customers too! Doesn't mean that we are paying lesser, your service standard should decrease too. This happens too often so I had to mention. Anyway, she will ask for your student cards & photocopy them before asking you to make the full payment.
We were lead into Room 3, specially designed for 2-3 people, and it is equipped with a sofa, 2 TVs, a computer with Internet connection and a touch screen selection monitor. There are 2 blankets included too! It is pretty comfortable that I laid down most of the time even when it's my turn to sing :)

The $10 nett promotion is inclusive of drinks + tibits + 3 hours of singing. The drinks available are diet coke, honey lemon and one other flavour, can't recall. I ordered lemon honey while sister chose diet coke, their lemon honey tastes bland, more water than honey. The tibits was potato chips, taste quite good. Haha. I'm there to eat, drink and chill while watching my sister sing :p

Pardon the blur pictures, I only had my itouch with me!

All in all, it was a good experience and I would highly recommend students to go between 11am-7pm to enjoy this offer! I think the reason they has such an offer is because the mall is pretty empty on weekdays and the area in front of them is under renovation so it is not obvious to the public. I think only 10% - 20% of the rooms were occupied when we were there! :/


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