Tahiti is synonymous with romance. The blue lagoon, the lazy ocean beating on the white shore, the shady palm grove, the aroma of tropical flowers, and the aroma of seafood are ideal prescriptions to melt the hearts of the most cynical people on the planet. Tahiti is something composed of all romantic dreams. But all the images of Tahiti we think of are sunny beaches and sunny forests.
Well, Tahiti does have the sun setting, and the tropical night brings cool breeze and clear starry sky, not damaged by smoke or fog. Tahiti may not be an urbanite, but Tahiti’s nightlife offers some unique attractions that even most chickens in the world cannot provide. These are the top 3 attractions in Tahiti’s nightlife.
Watching or participating in Tahitian dance is a major attraction in Tahiti. Tahitian dancing is both sexy and wild, and it retains the flavor of ancient Tahitian traditional culture that has almost disappeared. Most resorts provide weekly dance performances, which also include traditional Tahitian festivals. These dance performances are fascinating experiences that you should not miss.
Bars, clubs and pubs:
There are many bars, nightclubs and bars in Tahiti. The entrance fee for most nightclubs is about $10. Many of them gathered on the beach road near Papeete’s main pier and East Papeete near Club Paradise. There are also strip clubs. The restaurant at Le Royal Tahitien in Pirae offers gourmet food, as well as live bands dancing on Friday nights.
Everywhere you will meet Tahitians and foreign tourists from all over the world. Some popular bars are Le Mana Rock Café, L’Ibiza, Le 106 and Le Paradise. The piano bar is very popular among gay tourists.
Keep all the sightseeing spots during the day, and in the evening you can shop in Papeete’s many shops and boutiques. You can buy handicrafts, shell jewelry, pearls, vanilla pods, French cheeses and French perfumes.