Thanks to the data visualization pros at Statista who made the above chart, it's also easy to see just how the costs per activity UBS looked at break down. You'll notice club entry costs vary from city to city almost as much as taxi fares, but that drinks tend to be the costliest part of the whole night pretty much everywhere. It's also worth noting that they only took into account the cost of two cocktails to determine the ranking.
Obviously, not everyone's idea of unwinding involves raging or clubbing all night. So, to give you an idea of how expensive it is to, say, hit up a nice restaurant and see a movie, UBS also crunched the numbers for that. They looked at what a "date night" would cost in the same cities as above, taking into the average price for dinner for two, drinks, and two movie tickets. In that ranking Tokyo topped the list, with a cost of $200.17, while Mexico City is cheapest once again (date night for two is just $84.82 there).
Of course, the cost of all this fun is relative -- generally speaking -- to the overall cost of living in the given city, so even though it may seem super cheap in Mexico City or Moscow, it's likely still fairly expensive for locals to do so. Still, seeing just how much cheaper it is to have a good time out in a city that's not the one you live in sure makes settling on your next budget vacation destination a whole lot easier.