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Goodbye Coup For Ku De Ta

Category: Tourism, Posted:06 Jun 2015 | 08:54 am

Singapore's high profile Ku De Ta outlet at Marina Bay Sands has been renamed Ce La Vie.
The club's operator L Capital (private equity firm of LVMH) have adhered to a court ordered name change after a prolonged intellectual property rights dispute with the owners of the well known Bali beach club Ku De Ta.
L Capital has announced plans for new Ce La Vie outlets in Hong Kong's swank Lan Kwai Fong and Dubai.
It's been reported the Bangkok club will be undergoing a name change soon as well.
As for the original Ku De Ta, its back to the beach for the brand.

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