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KTV in Taiwan

Party World KTV at Ximending
Party World KTV at Ximending

After visiting the KTV lounge in Taiwan, I am grossly disappointed with the standard of operators in Singapore. What can I say? The price is much cheaper; the room is at least 3 times larger; the sound system is superb; even the food and drink menu has more quality and variety. I know rental cost and cost of living is higher here… but seriously, the difference is too huge.

The KTV lounge I went to was the Ximending (西門町) branch of Party World (钱柜) in Taipei.

Check out the photos below:

price check - NT100 is roughly equals to S$4.50
price check – NT100 is roughly equals to S$4.50
Count the number of speakers
Count the number of speakers
KTV Khakis - Daniel, Siying and Rachel
KTV Khakis – Daniel, Siying and Rachel
Very large room
Very large room
all the songs are coded for faster selection
all the songs are coded for faster selection
song slips that patrons can fill while waiting for the terminal
song slips that patrons can fill while waiting for the terminal
computer terminal to key-in your song choices
computer terminal to key-in your song choices
Choosing songs
Choosing songs
food and drinks menu
food and drinks menu
Check out the food variety!
Check out the food variety!
Press for aircon temperature and song/mic volume; call for service
Press for song/mic volume adjustments; call for service
Bar table
Bar table
Individual podium!
Individual podium!
Rachels turn to take the stage
Rachel’s turn to take the stage
Lalalalalalalala...
“Lalalalalalalala…”
Last but not least... your own toilet cubicle!
Last but not least… your own toilet cubicle!

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7 comments
  1. Hi, chanced upon this page while googling for partyworld ktv taiwan. can i check from you, the price stated there, is per hour or per pax? if per pax is how many hours?

    TIA!

  2. Yongwei: They do, but not very well. Brush up your Mandarin lah! You are a Chinese right? 🙂

    Tammy: Same as in Singapore. There’s per hour and per pax. Just go there and enquire with the friendly service staff. Btw, remember to bring your passport as they check IDs.

  3. Hi alvin, thanks for the reply.. ok my reply is kind of late.. since my tw trip was half a year ago :p

    anyway i went to the XMD Partyworld and truly enjoyed the experience there! SG’s one really getting more and more expensive…

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