Tube Makers Club, Jamshedpur


One of the leading clubs of the steel city, the Tube Makers club, Jamshedpur has carved a niche for itself in the club circuit of the city. The club presents exciting sporting opportunities for its members and also offers entertainment aplenty to them. Some of the outstanding facilities that the Tube Makers club of Jamshedpur provide are:
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Swimming Pool
  • Lawn Tennis
  • Billiards
  • Squash
  • Card Room
  • Library
What makes the Tube Makers Club different from the other famous clubs of Jamshedpur is the exciting day and night cricket it organizes. The tournament takes a festive look with cricket, fun and fiesta mixed together. The swimming pool is well equipped with diving facilities. Readers and book lovers love the well updated library. The bar and multi cuisine restaurant is the place to spend some quality time with lip smacking dishes. The parties organized by the club authority are the perfect excuses for the members to let their hair down.



Last Updated on 24/06/2013

     


     

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