20 Fun Things to Do in Singapore at Night
Singapore is a bustling city full of entertainment, culture, and friendly people.
Known for its multiculturalism and excessive wealth, there was no shortage spent on making it a number one destination for tourists.
Like any big city, during the day people are rushing to and from work.
But at night, the best parts of Singapore light up.
Check out our list of the best things to do in Singapore at night.
1. Night Safari
Singapore is home to the world’s first nocturnal zoo, Night Safari.
Housing over 130 different species, visitors can take a tour of the different habitats at night to see these nocturnal creatures spend their waking-hours.
You’ll see animals such as: fishing cats, pangolins, palm civets, and binturong among many others.
The park also has 4 time slots for the Creatures of the Night Show where a safari guide teaches about specific animals and allows visitor interaction.
There are also a variety of restaurants just outside the park.
- Address: 80 Mandai Lake Rd, Singapore 729826
- Opening Hours: 7:30pm to midnight
Check Tours Official site
2. Singapore Flyer
Singapore has one of the most beautiful nighttime skylines in the world; what better way to see it than from 165 meters above the ground?
The Singapore Flyer is an observation-deck ferris wheel, taking 32 minutes for one full circle.
See the city lights from the best view in the country!
The Flyer also has an exhibit full of colors and interactive activities teaching the history of the Flyer and how it came to be.
Before you head on up the wheel, have a quick bite of quality Singaporean food at the food court.
For a perfect evening of riding The Flyer, exploring the Marina Bay and the Merlion.
- Address: 30 Raffles Ave, Singapore 039803
- Opening Hours: Daily 8:30am – 10:30pm
Check Tours Official site
3. Gardens by the Bay
Running along the Marina Bay are 250 acres of natural parks and gardens, a beautiful switch of scenery from Singapore’s concrete jungle.
Stroll around the massive gardens in the cooler weather at night.
Watch the synchronized lights and music show at the Supertree Grove under the stars.
On foot, you can see the glass conservatories- The Flower Dome and The Cloud Dome- housing fauna and flora that can only survive in the contained climates.
The Gardens itself opens til 2 am, while the Flower Dome and Cloud Forest open until 9pm daily.
The Gardens at the Bay are a must-see on your Singapore adventure!
- Address: 18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953
- Opening Hours: Daily 5am-2am
Book Tickets Official site
4. Gourmet Bus Dinner Tour
This is definitely a way to see Singapore at night in style.
Board an air conditioned luxurious bus and get served gourmet local food as you tour the city, passing major attractions including the Singapore Flyer, Merlion and Marina Bay Sands.
Soon after your main course, you’ll be dropped off at Gardens by the Bay for the evening light show.
Back on board, a delicious desert will be waiting for you as you enjoy the rest of the evening seeing Singapore’s sights, finishing the tour by passing the Fountain of Wealth.
- Departure Point: Big Bus Tours Singapore, 3, #01-330 Temasek Blvd, Suntec City, Singapore 038983
- Departure Time: 7pm
- Duration: 2 hours
5. Bugis Night Market
For a night of embracing the local culture and getting some cheap clothes at the same time, visitors must spend an evening at the Bugis Night Market.
Known for the open-late bars and restaurants, it also has some of the best shopping in the country.
Mind-blowing deals are what tourist and locals alike flock to when their dinner is done.
It can get crowded, but it’s worth it for finding the perfect souvenir on your Singapore vacation.
- Address: 3 New Bugis Street, Singapore 188867
- Opening Hours: Daily 11am-10pm
6. Ketong Food Tour
There’s nothing like Southeast Asian cuisine to quench your taste buds.
Singapore is located among some of the best international cuisines in the world- Indian, Chinese, Thai, and Vietnamese.
On this food tour, you’ll get a taste of most Asian cuisines.
Your guide will teach you about the history of different neighborhoods in Katong, as well as their contributions to Singapore’s world renowned dining.
The tour doesn’t focus on eating only, you’ll also see various landmarks and religious sites that are important to Singapore’s culture.
It’s the perfect way to experience a night in Singapore like a local.
- Departure Point: from your hotel
- Departure Time: 4:30 PM
- Duration: 3 hours
7. Science Center Stargazing & Omni-Theater
Singapore’s Science Center has numerous exhibits and activities to learn about the world and the universe.
One of the most popular programs offered is stargazing which is available on Friday nights only from 7:45pm to 10pm.
With a range of telescopes and other instruments, visitors are instructed by a guide on how to use the equipment.
You’ll learn all about the different constellations and plants visible from Singapore- one of the few locations you can see both the Northern and Southern Hemisphere’s skies.
Alternatively, for an early evening event, catch a show at the Omni-Theater.
On weekends, school holidays and public holidays, the last show is at 6pm.
- Address: 21 Jurong Town Hall Rd, Singapore 609433
Book Tickets Official site
8. Clubbing at Clarke Quay
The Clarke Quay is bustling with bars, restaurants, and pubs all situated beside the river.
The variety of things to do on the Quay is vast, from visiting museums to the Reverse Bungee ride.
However, what draws the most tourists and locals alike is the club scene at Clarke Quay.
When the sun sets the party animals come out and gather at one of the dozens of clubs that line the streets.
For cabaret-style Chinese music, try Shanghai Dolly.
For house and techno music, try Headquarters by the Council.
Music and dance lovers will not be disappointed by Singapore’s Clarke Quay.
- Address: 3 River Valley Rd, Singapore 179024
- Opening Hours: 10am-10pm
9. Singapore Sling at Raffles Hotel
The Singapore Sling is a must try for all visitors to the country.
You’ll find this iconic drink at Long bar, located at the famous Raffles Hotel.
Created by Ngiam Tong Boon in 1915, a Sling is a combination of gin, brandy, triple sec, Benedictine, pineapple juice, lime juice, and grenadine.
An experienced bar tender will shake it up in ice, serving the classic cocktail with a slice of pineapple and cherry on top.
Take this opportunity to also explore the newly renovated Raffles Hotel.
Better yet, book a night here and get pampered at this 5 star historic landmark.
- Address: #02-01, Raffles Arcade, 328 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 188719
- Opening Hours: Daily 11am-midnight
Check Tours Book Hotel Official site
10. Mt Faber Park
If you want to see the real natural environment of Singapore, Mt Faber will offer a breath of fresh air with scenic views of the city.
You can dine here at the restaurant and bar.
Alternatively, go on a bushwalk and uncover the secrets within its rainforest.
A number of popular trails with boardwalks will allow you to see the forest treetops, mangroves, wetlands and even some wildlife.
The best way to reach Mt Faber Park is on the Sentosa Cable Car where you can enjoy the journey overseeing Singapore from above.
- Address: Junction of Kampong Bahru Road and, Telok Blangah Rd, Singapore 099448
- Opening Hours: Daily 24/7
11. Private Sky Dining on Singapore Cable Car
Looking for something more romantic at night?
Take your partner on this private cable car floating between Singapore Island and Sentosa, enjoying a delicious dinner for two.
There’ll be a welcome drink while staff prepare your cable car and dinner.
The 90 minute trip will consist of 3 rotations as you enjoy aerial views of the city and a 4-course dinner.
There are four meal choices including vegetarian options.
Arrive between 6 pm and 7 pm to ensure you’re not late for your special dining experience.
- Departure Point: Faber Peak, 109 Mount Faber Rd, Singapore 099203
- Duration: 1.5 hours
Private Dinner Family Dinner
12. Sentosa Island at Night – Cable Car, Aquarium & Light Show
Sentosa Island, consider the “State of Fun” is a major tourist hub with a tonne of activities.
If you only have one night, this tour that will give you a great overview of the island.
You’ll first head to Mt Fuber and catch a cable car ride providing panoramic views of Singapore.
At Sentosa, you’ll be heading to SEA Aquarium where over 100,000 species of fish are featured.
To cap off an exciting night out, watch the popular light show “Wings of Time” orchestrated by displays of lasers, water and fire.
- Departure Point: 18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953
- Departure Time: 3 pm
- Duration: 5 hours
Where to Stay on Sentosa Island
All the resorts are quite expensive on Sentosa Island.
So if you want to save money but still want to have an incredible experience, Silosa Beach Resort is the best option.
It’s one of the cheaper hotels on Sentosa and still offers great amenities.
They have a huge pool with a slide, perfect for families with young kids.
Free breakfast is also included.
After breakfast, you can catch the free shuttle to all the Sentosa attractions.
13. Singapore Pub Crawl
There’s no shortage of unique bars and pubs in Singapore.
Meet new people and stop at some of the best bars in the country at night.
Your guide will get you VIP access to Phresh Bollywood Club, Bar Rouge Singapore and Mogambo Bar & Restaurant.
You’ll have 4 shots of alcohol included to get the fun night kicked off.
Prepare for a big night as you’ll be buzzing at each pub and nightclub on this crazy tour!
- Departure Point: Singapore Pub Crawl, 80 Raffles Pl, Singapore 048624
- Departure Time: 7:30 pm
- Duration: 5 hours
14. Singapore River Boat Cruise
Enjoy a relaxing 40 minute cruise in Singapore along with other major sights in this lively city at night on the City Tours bus.
You’ll first stop at Gardens by the Bay to witness the popular Supertrees light show.
The tour will then take you pass landmarks including Merlion and the National Gallery.
You’ll have an opportunity to checkout quirky bars and cafes at Haji Lane before stopping at Clarke Quay to board a Singapore River tour.
- Departure Time: 6:30 pm at selected hotels.
- Duration: 3 hours
15. Spectra Show at Marina Bay
For a night of free entertainment under the stars, head down to Marina Bay South to see the Spectra show.
“A light and water display like no other”, Spectra draws in crowds every night who want to watch the show and listen to the symphonic music.
It’s free to the public, but there are lots of restaurants and bars nearby you can visit when it’s done.
Feel free to stroll around the marina and take in the ambiance of Singapore’s beautiful nightlife.
If you really want to capture some amazing photos, join a photography tour.
- Times: Daily sessions from 8pm
- Duration: 15 minutes
Check Tours Official site
16. Marina Bay Sands Sky Park
A must visit for all travellers to Singapore, the Marina Bay Sands Sky Park provides incredible views of the city at night.
Located on the rooftop of a world class luxurious hotel, visitors can swim and relax in the 150 meter infinity pool.
Sit in one of the multiple heated spas located along the sides or sleep on a lounge while sipping cocktails.
You’ll also have a clear bird’s eye view of Gardens by the Bay lit up at night on the observation deck.
This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to experience one of the great architecture wonders of the world!
- Address: 10 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018956
- Opening Hours: Monmday to Thursday 9am-10pm; Friday to Sunday 9am-11pm
Book Tickets Night Tour
Staying at Marina Bay Sands
Rather than just stopping by, we highly recommend staying at least 1 night at the luxury Marina Bay Sands.
Guests will get free access to the Sky Park with their stay.
The rooms are to die for!
Each spacious room has views of Gardens by the Bay or towering Singapore skyline.
Of course, the hotel is not the only attraction since you’ll be conveniently located within walking distance to the Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, ArtScience Museum, Helix Bridge and the Casino.
17. Chinatown at Night on Trishaw
Like most big cities, Singapore has a thriving Chinatown with the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple as a major attraction in the area.
On this tour you’ll learn about Chinatown’s history and traditional medicines.
Enjoy a local dinner before exploring the rest of buzzing night atmosphere, shopping for bargains souvenirs.
You’ll be exploring more of Chinatown on 2-seater trishaw as you head towards Clarke Quay.
Jump on board a Singapore River Cruise to see Singapore skyscrapers and Mariner Bay light up the night skies.
18. Zen Candle Therapy Massage
After a long day of activities, relieve some stress with a zen candle therapy massage.
Perfect for couples, this 2 hour award winning treatment will enrich all your senses through calming essential oils and healing minerals.
A dip in their onsen bath will further help your skin revitalise, relieving aches and pains from all the exploring during the day.
It’s a luxurious way to end a night in Singapore as you prepare for more travelling the next day.
- Sessions: between 1pm – 7pm
19. Singapore Evening Cycling Tour
Join a tour guide as he takes you on a casual bike ride to the most popular attractions in Singapore at night.
The guide will explain the historical development of Singapore and how it became an advanced city.
You’ll have opportunities to take photos at stop points including Esplanade, the Helix Bridge, Marina Bay and Merlion Park.
Drinks will be provided on this 3 hour tour and departs at 6pm from Bencoolen MRT Station.
- Departure Point: Bencoolen MRT Station, 50A Bencoolen St, Singapore 189629 Bencoolen St, Singapore 189629
- Departure Time: 6pm
- Duration: 3 hours
20. Singapore Hop on Hop off Night Tour
If you prefer to see a bit of everything in Singapore at night, jump on this hop on hop off open-top bus.
It’ll stop at popular points of interest including Chinatown, Gardens by the Bay, Bugis Village, Clarke Quay and Orchard Road.
The tour starts from Suntect City departing at 6:30 pm, and you’ll have the choice of finishing the night at the bustling Clarke Quay or shopping haven Orchard Road.
A complimentary food voucher is included on this tour.
- Departure Point: Singapore DUCKtours, 3 Temasek Boulevard #01-330 Suntec Shopping Mall, Singapore 038983
- Departure Time: 6:30pm
- Duration: 3 hours
Where to Stay on Orchard Road
Orchard Road is perhaps the best area to stay if you’re planning to see a number of attractions in Singapore at night.
There’s a lot happening at night, including shopping and movies.
We recommend staying at Mandarin Orchard Singapore, which is directly on Orchard Road and just a block away from Somerset Station.
The rooms are well decorated and spacious, each with luxury en-suite bathrooms.
There are also three world class restaurants onsite serving Asian and International cuisine.
I personally stayed here for 3 nights and logistic to various attractions was super easy cause of the central location.
Singapore clearly has some amazing nighttime experiences and adventures waiting for you!
From a Night Safari to Night Luge-ing, there’s something for everyone.
It was hard to narrow down our list to only 20 things.
If you have more ideas, or have tried any of the things we mentioned, we’d love to here from you. Feel free to leave your ideas in the comment section below!
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46 Late-Night Dating Ideas In Singapore When It Gets Dark
Late-night dating in Singapore
You know the feeling – it’s midnight and you can’t fall asleep. Who do you call? Your boyfriend, of course! And no, wipe that cheeky grin off your face. I don’t mean for that. The night is an amazing time to go for a date, considering how empty everywhere is compared to Singapore in the day.
If you’re a night owl constantly on the lookout for a new dating experience, here’s a bunch of late night dating ideas for you.
Head out under the midnight skies
Singapore is full of wondrous sights. Man-made sights, sure, but we don’t appreciate them nearly enough. Take your date to see a side of Singapore we’re not used to seeing, for a chill* night out.
*Remember to bring a jacket along in case it gets cold!
1. Kite-flying under the stars
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Bid goodbye to squinty eyes as you let your brightly-lit kites soar in the breezy night sky. Not having to squint and perspire under the hot sun makes kite-flying so much more pleasant.
It’s just more fun when you get to relive a childhood pastime and experience stillness only achievable in the wee hours with your significant other. Also, treat your eyes to a bedazzling view of the city skyline – if you decide to fly your kites at Marina Barrage.
You can get LED night kites from Kite Culture.
2. Night cycling
Cycling at night is a perfect way to work those legs under starry skies with your other half while letting the delightful cool breeze brush across your faces. What’s not to love when it’s less jam-packed with vehicles and people as you treat your lungs to fresh air? Moreover, you get to escape the scorching sun, avoid getting sunburnt altogether.
Don’t worry if you don’t own a bike – you can rent one from some of the 24/7 bike rent stores in Singapore or try pay-per-use bike apps like SG Bikes. Read our guide to bike rental in Singapore.
Tip: Put on safety helmets and ensure your bikes are well-equipped with headlights and rear blinking lights.
Stargazing on Pulau Ubin
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All you need is a picnic mat. To up the romantic factor, pack a basketful of wine, juicy strawberries and chocolates to take along with you! Keep the bugs away with insect repellents. Bet your date will be impressed with this romantic and thoughtful side of you.
Also check out the free stargazing sessions at the Singapore Science Centre. These stargazing sessions take place on selected Friday nights at the observatory located at the Omni-Theatre Building. They only open till 10PM but they still make a good date idea! For safe distancing, you’ll have to book a slot before visiting, until further notice.
Read our guide to the hidden stargazing spots in Singapore.
4. Go camping
Pulau Ubin campsite – read our guide to Pualu Ubin.
Don’t sulk because you want your aircon at full blast. Camping with your partner will be fantastic if it’s well thought out! I’d be ecstatic if my date brought me out on a little adventure outdoors, away from boring concrete buildings.
Tip: Apply for a camping permit conveniently from any AXS station. You need a permit to camp on mainland Singapore – read NParks’ camping rules before packing your tent!
* Camping is not allowed due to safe distancing restrictions, until further notice.
5. Visit Bay South Outdoor Gardens
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Don’t be turned off by the fact that the sky walk’s closed at late night – take heart that you’ll have these Supertrees to yourselves so bring on those tripods and supercharged DSLRs to capture amazing night shots. Best part? Nobody’s going to photobomb your pictures. And you have all the time in the world to take that perfect shot.
Bay South Outdoor Gardens is open daily from 5AM-2AM, but may differ when there are pop-up exhibits such as Dale Chihuly: Glass In Bloom.
6. Stroll down the boardwalk at the Marina at Keppel Bay
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I’m in love with this beautiful place just staring at this picturesque view of the Marina at Keppel Bay on screen. Surprise your sweetheart with an ultra romantic night out at this luxurious waterfront area.
I can only imagine how much more romantic it’ll be when you’re there with your significant other hand in hand, strolling down the expansive boardwalk while looking out at the sea and docked white yachts bobbing in the serene waters.
Besides the Marina at Keppel Bay Boardwalk, the following locations are also worth a trip down for.
Other recommended places for a night stroll
7. Woodlands Waterfront
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Take in the breathtaking panoramic view of the coastal park and the Straits of Johor as you walk down the longest jetty in Singapore. Before your stroll you can also check out some of Woodlands Waterfront Park’s restaurants for a romantic dinner, or clamber up their super tall playground filled with bridges and towers.
8. Henderson Waves
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Bask in a moonlit stroll across Singapore’s highest pedestrian bridge. Its unique design allows for an unobstructed view of the southern part of Singapore while the shell-like crevices double as shelters.
The bridge is illuminated by LED lighting from 7PM to 7AM every night.
9. Yishun Dam
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Be rewarded with this splendid view at first light if you stick it through the night talking about everything under the sun – or moon – amidst magnificent views of the reservoir, surrounding ships and islands.
Try a thrilling new experience
10. Go rock climbing at night
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Scale the corporate ladder as a power couple, but also scale high walls if you’re looking for something exciting to spruce an ordinary night out. Rock climbing is a way to show that you’ve got your partner’s back – literally, since they’re hanging several metres up in the air, on the other end of your rope.
Most rock climbing facilities open till about 10-11PM, but look out for Upwall, for the occasional midnight climbing sessions that run till as late as 2.45AM – stay tuned to their Instagram page for announcements.
11. Visit Senoko Fishery Port
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This is atypical of a date, but put on those trusty flip flops, or shoes you wouldn’t mind tossing anyway, and brace yourself to feast on the sights and smells at Senoko Fishery Port. It won’t hurt to join in the jostling too.
It’s a lot of fun to glimpse into the world of our local seafood supply chain where all the action takes place behind the scenes before your favourite chili crab or cereal prawn is laid out neatly on your dining table. Just make sure this ain’t your first date or there might not be a second!
If you’re feeling hungry, get a cup of hot kopi and breakfast from the canteen there.
* Closed to casual seafood buyers and non-trade visitors during Covid-19 until further notice.
Note: The fish market is open 2AM–6AM daily, and is closed on Mondays. Senoko Fishery Port is about an 8-minute drive from the nearest MRT station at Admiralty.
12. Go Cosmic bowling
Go glow-in-the-dark bowling! Cosmic bowling marries bowling and discotheque lights with thumping dance party music that is sure to get you grooving along.
You no longer have to fight for air and squeeze like canned sardines in Zouk or Attica for your weekly EDM fix. Cosmic bowling is available at Sonic Bowl @ SAFRA Yishun and SAFRA Punggol, on various weekend evenings. There’s also K-Bowling Club at Somerset, which also provides darts machines and pool tables.
13. Go for a joyride
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Hop aboard your car, or your parents’, and explore areas which you haven’t been to. Just ensure your GPS is turned on. Night time also = good time for supper so if you’re a snack monster, drive to some of Singapore’s best late-night cafes, for sinfully-good ice cream and messy Wagyu burgers.
If you don’t have a car of your own, pick up BB with a BlueSG rental electric car.
14. Midnight movies
Midnight movies are the best for nocturnal movie buffs. On top of virtually having the entire theatre to the two of you, it’s unlikely that you’ll hear little kids bawling their eyes out halfway through an action movie because it is “too loud”.
Tip: To ensure emptier theatres, watch movies weeks after their release.
15. Take on G-Max Extreme Swing and Slingshot
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Thrillseekers can soon try these electrifying rides that will leave you on a high with your hearts pulsating. Currently undergoing a revamp, the attraction will soon have a new Slingshot ride, aside from the iconic G-Max Extreme Swing. Adrenaline junkies, prepare yourselves as this new ride is the tallest of its kind in Asia and flings you 70M into the air, reaching terrifyingly maximum speeds of 160KM/H.
See Slingshot’s website for more updates on the reopening dates.
16. Chill at Timbre
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I love Timbre for their fantastic live music, refreshing margaritas and thin crust roasted duck pizza! My heart will always be with the Goodfellas and they’re pretty much the reason why I favour The Substation (closing down in July 2021) and Arts House branches. Timbre is usually packed, so I suggest you visit earlier to chope seats lest you end up whiling away your time queueing.
Oh, you might want to dedicate a tune or two to your sweetheart as a surprise gesture!
Try something classic
17. Relive childhood memories at the Night Safari
Relive your childhood with a date at the Night Safari ($35.70/adult). Spot nocturnal animals, go on a tram ride and don’t forget to catch the blazing-hot fire show located at the entrance. As a cherry on top, you’ll get to spend some koala-ty time out in nature without having to deal with the blazing sun and sweat marks on your shirt!
Address: 80 Mandai Lake Road, Singapore 729826
Opening hours: 6.30PM-12AM, Daily
Night Safari website
18. Game your hearts out at a midnight arcade
#Throwback to your secondary school paktor days with a visit to the arcade. These video game havens have always been a fool-proof way to kill some time. And if that’s exactly what you’re after, take a memo from your 2000s self: get in there with your date and unwind with a good round of Bishi Bashi, Time Crisis or Daytona.
The opening hours of each branch varies but most Fat Cat Arcade and Cow Play Cow Moo outlets are both known to open past midnight.
You can fish for compliments and prawns with your date any time of the night at these 24-hour and late-night “prawn fishing” establishments. Also known colloquially as prawning, this relac one corner activity has BBQ pits and everything else you need to grill and savour your fresh catch!
Note: Opening hours may vary during the pandemic.
19. Hai Bin Prawning
Hai Bin has three prawning ponds at their establishment in Punggol, but the coolest part is how it’s open 24/7, even on public holidays. With a bottle of beer from their nearby bar counter in hand, grill your crunch prawns fresh at their BBQ pits.
Address: Hai Bin Prawning @ Punggol, 6 Tebing Lane #01-04, Singapore 828835
Opening hours: 24/7
Telephone: 6447 8693
Hai Bin website
20. Riviera Prawning
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The bonus of prawning here is that they hold prawning tag events every weekend, where tagged prawns grant you extra gifts like cash and prawning vouchers. This is also typically quieter than the popular Hai Bin next door, so come by if you’ll prefer a quieter ambience to relax with boo.
Address: 60 Punggol East, Golf Club, #01-11, Singapore 828825
Opening hours: 24/7
Telephone: 6886 4998
Rivera Prawning website
Visit a romantic bar
Make a reservation at a bar with a view
Or tell your BB: “You are the view”.
No article on late night dating will be complete without mentioning a visit to a bar. After all, Singapore’s nightlife is famous in Asia. Here are some watering holes where you’ll get to have your alcohol fix and hang with your date in a more intimate, romantic setting. Some are so cool I wish I knew of them earlier.
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This bar is so chic and captivating it attracts the most glamorous, sophisticated bunch. Take your date to this charming rooftop bar sitting atop The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore for a sensual night out clinking glasses of classic cocktails and champagnes set against a stunning brilliant blue pool with panoramic views of the cityscape thrown in.
Address: The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore, 80 Collyer Quay, Singapore 049326
Opening hours: 5PM-10.30PM, Daily
Telephone: 6597 5299
22. Cé La Vi Skybar
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Impress your date with an amazing experience at the Cé La Vi Skybar. Perched on the 57th level of Singapore’s iconic Marina Bay Sands, the 360 degree panoramic view it affords is unquestionably breathtaking. Both times I was up there, greeted by the illuminated infinity pools and throbbing eclectic beats wafting in the air, I was blown away!
Take the stress of mundane daily life off your mind by sipping on intricate cocktails and pours specially concocted by their team of mixologists while enjoying the company of your date.
Address: 1 Bayfront Avenue, Marina Bay Sand Tower 3, Level 57, Singapore 018971
Opening hours: Mon – Fri 4PM-10.30PM | Sat 12PM-10.30PM | Sun 12PM-9PM
Telephone: 6508 2188
Cé La Vi Skybar website
Spice it up with a themed bar
A late-night date at a bar can either be a fancy affair with panoramic views, or a quirky steampunk experience. Mortal engines meets Murder on the Orient Express at Rails, with giant gears and brick walls lining the walls and ceiling, reminiscent of London’s train stations.
If it’s a first date, plenty of things here offer a conversation starter from the decor, to their wacky Pei Pa Koa-based tipple, Apothecary ($24).
Read about our experience at Rails.
Address: 21 Tanjong Pagar Road #01-02 Singapore 088444
Opening hours: Tue – Sat 5PM-10.30PM | Sun 3.30PM-10.30PM (Closed on Mondays)
Telephone: 8725 6789
24. Taki Izakaya
Hustlers working near the CBD will be remiss if they don’t visit the relatively-new Taki Izakaya. Digital waterfalls and red torii gates will transport you to a dreamy Japanese countryside where you can enjoy an after-work dinner date with sashimi and sake. Call it Hiroshima or call it Kyoto – we’ll call it a good place to bring a stressed out BB after hours.
Read about our visit to Taki Izakaya to find out more about the food and drinks.
Address: 16 Collyer Quay, #01-05A B, Singapore 049318
Opening hours: Mon – Fri 12PM-2PM & 5PM-10.30PM (Closed on Saturdays and Sundays)
Telephone: 6223 0797
Taki Izakaya Bar website
Whisky bars all whisky fans should visit
We know the average Singaporean is competitive in most aspects, and if being citizens of the costliest city to live in isn’t enough, we are the world’s most hardcore whisky drinkers despite those ridiculous alcohol taxes.
25. The Quaich Bar
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The Quaich Bar was the first to bring premium whisky to the Singapore populace back in 2006. It is quaint and small but boasts a sizeable selection of more than 500 whiskeys, most of which are of Scottish descent.
South Beach Avenue
Address: 30 Beach Road, South Beach Avenue #01-16, Singapore 189763
Opening hours: 4PM-11PM, Daily
Telephone: 6386 5366
Address: 390A Havelock Road, Waterfront Plaza #01-09/10, Singapore 169663
Opening hours: Mon – Sat 4PM-11PM (Closed on Sundays)
Telephone: 6732 3452
The Quaich Bar website
26. Fine Spirits by La Maison du Whisky
The astounding selection here will make your jaw drop – their bar has more than 100 Scotch whiskies by the glass and other rare international whiskies. Their retail shop has over hundreds of different whiskies, spirits, grappas and specialist alcohols from all over the world.
Don’t be shy and ask for recommendations from the well-trained staff. Regulars of Fine Spirits can vouch for their competence in the alcohol department. They make mean cocktails, too!
Address: 80 Mohamed Sultan Road, #01-10 The Pier, Singapore 239013
Opening hours: Tue – Sun 2PM-10PM (Closed on Mondays)
Telephone: 8725 8985
Fine Spirits website
27. Auld Alliance
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Boasting a staggering collection of over 1,000 different bottles of premium whisky from all over the world, there’s bound to be one – or a few – for every single whisky maniac out there. Oh, and I heard their spectacular drinks menu is 70 pages long!
Ask their staff for recommendations regardless of whether you’re a whiskey connoisseur or newbie. Let them know your preferred taste and they’ll find something that satiates your craving.
Address: 9 Bras Basah Road, Rendezvous Hotel, Gallery #02-02A, Singapore 189559
Opening hours: 4PM-10.30PM, Daily
Telephone: 6337 2201
Auld Alliance website
Read our article on whisky bars in Singapore for more.
Stuff yourselves silly
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Even if you belong to the health-conscious camp that advocates greens and all things low-calorie, it’s unwise to turn down a supper date with your other half. What can be worse than depriving yourself of good food and good company? A couple that grows (fat) together, stays together.
Supper most definitely isn’t restricted to that packet of MSG-laden chicken flavoured Maggi Mee or that shiok but lip-numbing, diarrhoea-inducing McSpicy delivered right to your doorstep – the options available for glorious food past midnight are aplenty.
These are places you should visit at least once in your lifetime.
28. Ye Shang Hai Teochew Porridge (夜上海潮洲粥)
Tucked away in Boyang coffeeshop is this stall that serves up Teochew-style dishes and porridge that is delicious and affordable altogether. It is loved by taxi drivers looking to curb their hunger pangs in the middle of the night. And I heard it costs an average of $2 – $4 per person! The queue may be long but it clears fast.
Address: 107 Jalan Bukit Merah, #01-1826, Singapore 160107
Opening hours: 11AM-1AM, Daily
29. Vegetarian Stall @ Coffee Express 2000
For guilt-free indulgence at midnight, head on down to chow on their kway chap that swims in a flavourful herbal broth. Order their crispy fried dumplings to go along with your hearty kway chap and the accompanying braised mock meats, taupok and taukwa.
Ang Mo Kio
Address: Block 630 Ang Mo Kio Street 61, Singapore 560630
Opening hours: 24/7
Address: Blk 443 Pasir Ris Drive 6, Coffee Express 2000, Singapore 510443
Opening hours: 24/7
30. 333 Bak Kut Teh
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Those who love their piping hot bak kut teh clear and peppery in the wee hours should visit 333. Word has it that the pork ribs are cooked till they are tender, so whether you’re half asleep or en-route to preventing a hangover, you’ll be grateful you get to slurp down all the goodness without needing to chew on the ribs.
333 Bak Kut Teh is located down the road from the famous Founder Bak Kut Teh, opens 24 hours, costs less and boasts shorter queues.
Address: 333 Balestier Road, Singapore 329765
Opening hours: 24/7
31. Outram Park Ya Hua Bak Kut Teh (欧南园亚华肉骨茶)
The broth here has a prominent pepper flavour that does not overpower the flavour stemming from the herbs and pork ribs. It is recommended that you order you tiao (fried dough fritters), to dunk into the piping hot soup for added flavour.
Also, you have the option of switching up your bowl of white rice to mee sua, an interesting twist to this traditional Chinese dish.
Address: Tanjong Pagar PSA Complex #01-05/07, 7 Keppel Road, Singapore 089053
Opening hours: Tue – Sun 7AM-11.30PM (Closed on Mondays)
32. Swee Choon Dim Sum Restaurant
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Must-try items include liu sha bao, beancurd skin with prawns, chee cheong fun, chicken wings, mee sua kueh, Shanghai XLB, and yam paste with pumpkin and ginkgo nut. Their liu sha bao is one of the best salted egg yolk custard bao I’ve had in Singapore. These are calories you wouldn’t mind putting on.
Address: 191 Jalan Besar, Singapore 208882
Opening hours: Mon – Thu 11AM-2.30PM & 6PM-2AM | Fri 11AM-2.30PM & 6PM-3AM | Sat & Sun 10AM-3.30PM & 6PM-3AM
Swee Choon website
33. 126 Wen Dao Shi (126 搵到食)
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Yes to more glorious dim sum! Must-try items include prawn rice roll, chee cheong fun, porridge, king-sized siew mai, mini pork belly bun, char siew bao, har gow and deep fried soft-shell crab. If you still can tank more food after all that dim sum, order their mouth-watering Thai-style fried crab dong fen.
Address: 126 Sims Avenue (between Lorong 15 & 17 Geylang), Singapore 387449
Opening hours: 24/7
Telephone: 6746 4757
Address: 1086 Serangoon Road, Singapore 328187
Opening hours: 5PM-2AM, Daily
Telephone: 6297 5032
126 Dim Sum website
34. Nana Thai at Golden Mile Complex
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You know you’re in good hands when bona fide Thai cooks helm the kitchens and cook up a storm, delivering authentic, delightful Thai food at insanely affordable prices. Like most Thai eateries, the menu at Nana Thai is extensive.
Order their phenomenal phad thai, clear tom yum soup, green mango salad and stir fried basil minced pork. And of course, their excellent Thai milk tea so that you won’t have FOMO.
Address: 5001 Beach Road, Golden Mile Complex #01-51/52/66C, Singapore 199588
Opening hours: 24/7
Telephone: 6297 8498
Nana Thai website
35. Diandin Leluk Thai Restaurant
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Here’s another humble Thai eatery you may want to visit while exploring Singapore’s “Little Thailand” for a satisfying yet reasonably-priced meal that transports you back to the Land of Smiles.
Must-try items include their hotplate omelette with oyster, tom yum soup, mango salad and chicken feet salad. I heard that their phad thai, fried pork with basil, green curry chicken and kangkong are pretty good too!
Address: 5001 Beach Road, Golden Mile Complex #01-67, Singapore 199588
Opening hours: 10AM-10PM, Daily
Telephone: 6293 5101
Diandin Leluk Thai Restaurant website
36. Kko Kko Nara Korean Fried Chicken
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Forget about counting calories because these Korean fried chicken are to-die-for. Koreans are sheer geniuses when it comes to cooking up absurdly delicious fried chicken. Eat them as soon as they’re served! They also serve traditional Korean fare like kimchi jiggae and bibimbap.
Address: 57 Tras Street, #01-01, Singapore 078996
Opening hours: 11.30AM-10.30PM, Daily
Telephone: 6224 8186
Kko Kko Nara Korean Fried Chicken website
37. Chicken Up
Greasy fried-anything isn’t quite my thing so imagine how stoked I am to find these authentic Korean deep fried chicken in Singapore! What’s better than two or three pieces of fried chicken boasting moist meat and ultra crunchy skin drenched in flavourful sauces? Fried chicken buffet, of course!
Go to their Buangkok outlet to enjoy the fried chix till 2AM.
Address: Blk 277C Compassvale Link #01-13 (Unit No.2A), Singapore 543277
Opening hours: Sun – Thu 11AM-11PM | Fri – Sat 11AM-2AM
Read more about late-night supper spots in the CBD.
Date night at home
38. Bake a cake
It could be your favourite chocolate cake or his favourite Oreo cheesecake. Or if you both have an undying love for Milo, you could try whipping up these Milo goodies that will leave you on a sugar high. No oven, no problem: try some air fryer dessert recipes to make egg tarts and churros that’ll impress your other half.
39. Storytelling with a twist
Tell your own TFIOS tale
Start a story about anything. Each of you continues the “story” with just one sentence. The fun part is that nothing has to make sense! Let your imagination and creativity run wild while you two revel in ridiculous, hilarious fun with each other. Whoever gets stuck loses and does a penalty – we suggest that alcohol is involved.
Even better for Potterheads or K-pop fans, you could create your own fanfic this way. Create a whole universe with your partner that will only be limited by your imagination. Just remember to keep your phones stowed so no one gets distracted by social media.
40. Organise a game night
Games aren’t restricted to the young. Bring on Twister, Scrabble, Monopoly, Aeroplane Chess, and Jenga – the options are limitless. You might want to stock up on potato chips and ice-cream as you battle it out with your partner.
Alternatively, if old school games don’t interest you, drop by board game shops in Singapore – some have rates as low as $3/hour.
41. Movie marathon with microwaved popcorn
Cozy up together under warm sheets while watching your favourite action or rom-com flicks. Sci-fi or horror would work too. Alternatively, connect your laptop to the HD television to let your newly downloaded movie stash see light. Big-screen experiences aren’t limited to cinemas either. Get a home projector to take things up a notch.
Tip: Do not plug in any film under the History genre. You might just drift off to sleep even before reaching the 20-minute mark.
If popcorn ain’t your thing, make the biggest ice-cream sundae for you both to dig into while you watch the movies. Don’t fret if you don’t have any ice-cream on hand. Just run out to the nearest 24-hours NTUC Fairprice outlet to grab a few tubs. Love entails sharing so get flavours and toppings that you know both of you would enjoy eating to make this an even sweeter treat!
42. Video game night
Your guy will love you for this! Bet he wouldn’t mind even if you mistake him for the enemy and end up killing him off “accidentally” the first and second time. But the third time, you might have to deal with him looking like ლ(ಠ益ಠ)ლ. Be spontaneous and play! Just don’t wake the entire family while you’re at it.
Try multiplayer Nintendo Switch games and free Steam games. We’ll suggest starting with simpler free online games and letting the excitement pick up from there.
43. Challenge your date to a competition
It could be speed-eating watermelons, pizzas, nuggets, marshmallows, M&M’s, potato chips or doing push-ups or crunches! We recommend the mobile app Just Dance Now if you’d like to shake off those calories in a less gruelling way. Challenge accepted?
44. Learn to dance
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If you’re so comfortable with each other you don’t mind being teased for being awkward at conjuring some “slick” moves, it is always fun to dance silly and laugh at each other. After all, we know everyone has different talents and yours might lie elsewhere outside of the dance department. Just go on YouTube and search for “*name of song* + dance moves”.
45. Fix a 1000-piece jigsaw
One night is likely insufficient to complete the puzzle. Since no one is allowed to quit before it’s finished, psych yourself up for a few more late night dates! Perfect opportunity to get him to come over to your place more often with that yummy bag of Ah Poh Bak Chor Mee from Bedok 85.
Tip: Get your jigsaw puzzles from online stores like Typo and Perfect Fit.
46. Midnight swim
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With the weather so erratic these days, it’ll do everyone good to swim if not dip in the cool waters. For those lucky enough to have access to a pool because you reside in a condominium or landed property with a private pool, good for you and your date!
Otherwise, this is also feasible if you and your date happen to be on a staycation at W Hotel. The pools there are open 24/7. Read more about hotels with the biggest swimming pools.
Go on a late-night date
With all these ideas that we’ve put together for you, we hope you find them helpful. Whether you’re hopelessly in love or just true blue nocturnal, it’s time you try dating late at night when it is quieter and cooler. It won’t hurt to do something different for a refreshing change anyway.
More more date ideas and other things to do:
Original article published by Denise Bay on 19th January 2015. Updated on 29th June 2021 by Kezia Tan.
The Ultimate Nightlife Guide to Singapore
When the sun goes down in Singapore, skyscrapers shine like rock stadiums, ties loosen, and pumping music brings people to life. Here is Culture Trip’s ultimate guide to the city’s electrifying nightlife.
Singapore’s vibrant nightlife scene is an unmissable experience. From award-winning cocktail bars to glitzy nightclubs and world-class music festivals, there is never a dull moment in the Lion City. Every night, bars keep the drinks flowing until late and raucous parties rock the city throughout the year – meaning there’s always reason to party in Singapore. Cheers!
Michael Driver / | © Culture Trip
Singapore’s nightlife scene is as diverse as its 5.7 million population, with its after-hours establishments scattered across the city in different neighbourhoods (catering to different crowds). The city’s Central Business District is decidedly more glitzy than the hipster enclave of Haji Lane, for example.
Thanks to Singapore’s strict alcohol laws, parties here are a lot tamer when compared to Bangkok’s Khao San Road and Hong Kong’s Lan Kwai Fong. Don’t be surprised if you see a group of partygoers dressed to the nines, and another in shirt-and-jeans outfits dancing side by side in a club. Because of the hot and humid weather all year round, Singaporeans are not fussy over dressing – however, most clubs do enforce a smart-casual dress code. This means no shorts and flip-flops allowed.
The 28 Hong Kong street cocktail bar in Singapore. | © Boaz Rottem / Alamy Stock Photo
If you’re seeking buckets of vodka for under a dollar, you’ve come to the wrong place. Singapore’s nightlife is very pricey and there are many reports to confirm this. According to GoEuro’s Beer Price Index in 2016, a 330ml bottled beer costs about S$11.40 (USD$8.34) – which makes it the second most expensive city in Asia to consume beer. This is unsurprising really, as Singapore is the world’s most expensive city to live in (for the fifth year running!), according to Economist Intelligence Unit 2018. Fortunately, ladies can skip the costly prices on Wednesdays, aka Ladies’ Night, with many establishments such as CÉ LA VI and Bang Bang offering women free admission and complimentary alcoholic drinks.
Marina Bay Sands laser show | © Mac Qin / Flickr
Consumption of alcoholic drinks in public is prohibited from 10:30pm to 7:00am. Public areas include beaches, parks and void decks of public housing. Those caught drinking illegally will be fined up to S$1,000 (USD$729). Repeat offenders could be fined up to S$2,000 and imprisoned for up to three months – or both. Similarly, retail shops are not allowed to sell take-away alcohol from 10:30pm to 7:00am. Shops selling alcohol after the permitted hours can be fined up to S$10,000. Follow these laws and you’ll have a good time.
Bar, European, $$$
The exquisite interiors of Atlas Bar | © EK Yap
Atlas is a word-famous specialty gin bar located in the grand lobby of the Parkview Square Building. Boasting more than 1,000 different gin labels, Atlas is making waves in the nightlife industry with its unrivalled gin collection and jaw-dropping opulence. Featuring a 15-metre-high ceiling and a three-storey gin tower, this is a bar that loves to make a statement. Realtors estimate Atlas’ monthly rental to rack up a whopping US$52,700. In addition to this, the bar has been featured in Time’s inaugural 2018 World’s Greatest Places list, and ranked number four in Asia’s 50 Best Bars 2018. Yes, this is where you can rub shoulders with real-life Crazy Rich Asians.
All Day, Late Night
Bar, Asian, European, American, $$$
© Courtesy of Hopheads Bar
Hidden within an inconspicuous basement in the Dhoby Ghaut vicinity, a trip to HopHeads is like a debaucherous college house party. This hectic underground bar is filled with Singapore’s energetic youths challenging each other to friendly games of foosball, darts and beer pong. Recommended dishes include Chilli Crab Pasta (S$17.90) and Sambal Chicken Pizza (S$19.90). Grab some beer towers and let the good times roll!
Restaurant, Bar, Gastropub, European, $$$
Perched atop Marina Bay Financial Centre Tower One, LeVeL33 is the world’s highest urban microbrewery. As its name implies, the 33rd-floor penthouse microbrewery boasts panoramic views of Singapore’s gorgeous skyline – an ideal spot to unwind after a long day of work or sightseeing. Order a Beer Tasting Paddle (S$23.33) and sample LeVeL33’s signature beers, namely 33.15 India Pale Ale, 33.3 Stout and 33.9 Wheat Beer. All these fresh craft beers – served unfiltered and unpasteurised – are brewed on-site. An absolute must-visit for craft beer lovers!
Bar, American, $$$
© Manhattan at Regent Singapore
Located on the second floor of Regent Singapore, the 1920s-inspired Manhattan Bar is a dream come true for cocktail connoisseurs. The swanky hotel bar has been awarded the title of Asia’s Best Bar for the past two consecutive years. Look forward to handcrafted alcoholic concoctions made from the world’s first in-hotel rickhouse, all made with exquisite homemade ingredients. You will not go wrong with their signature creations, the New York Sour (S$25++) and Manhattan (S$25++).
Bar, European, $$$
The interior of Tippling Club, Singapore | © Tippling Club, Singapore
Located in a conservation shop-house in Tanjong Pagar, Tippling Club is a popular destination amongst epicureans. This cosy cocktail bar has gone from strength to strength since its inauguration in 2009, and clearly shows no signs of stopping. Today Tippling Club holds the honorable title of Asia’s 7th Best Bar. It is also the rightful creator of the world’s first edible cocktail menu. The Dreams & Desires menu features 12 different flavoured (alcoholic) gummy bears. Sample all the squishy gummies before deciding on your preferred cocktails (S$24++ each). Best-selling cocktails here include ‘Happiness’ and ‘Beauty’.
Fine Dining, Gourmet
Bar, Restaurant, Nightclub, Fusion
View of the Singapore skyline from 1-Altitude | © Dennis Keller / Flickr
1-Altitude Rooftop Gallery & Bar is the tallest al fresco rooftop bar in the world. Standing at 282 metres above sea level, the nightlife establishment is frequented by A-listers from all over the world. Check the weather forecast before visiting, because the rooftop bar-slash-club closes under unfavourable weather conditions. Expect to pay a cover charge of S$35 per person (inclusive of two drinks) between 6:00pm to 9:00pm, and S$45 per pax (inclusive of two drinks) for admission into 1-Altitude after 9:00pm. The stunning views from above will make the hefty entrance fees worthwhile. Take note that a smart casual dress code applies and the use of tripods is forbidden.
Dinner, Late Night
Nightclub, Pub Grub
© Bang Bang Singapore
Open till 6:00am on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, Bang Bang at Pan Pacific Hotel Singapore is where you can party till the sun comes up. The wildly successful nightclub spans 5,000 square feet and is renowned for its over-the-top parties. Think epic laser shows, diamond bar cages and VIP bottle services. Ka-ching. Despite its roaring success, Bang Bang has made a bold move of being the first nightclub in Singapore to eliminate all cover charges in January 2018. Kudos to Bang Bang!
Ce La Vi Singapore
Bar, Restaurant, Nightclub, Contemporary, $$$
Roof top bar, CE LA VI SkyBar on the Marina Bay Sands, Singapore | © Hans Blossey / Alamy Stock Photo
CÉ LA VI is one of the most highly sought-after nightlife destinations in Asia; the nightclub is ranked #67 on DJ Mag’s 2018 Top 100 Clubs in the world. Resting on the observation deck of the iconic Marina Bay Sands skyscraper, this is where you can enjoy a spellbindingly beautiful view of Singapore’s ever-changing cityscape. Here is an insider tip for the ladies: Enjoy free entrance to CÉ LA VI and one complimentary premium pour on Wednesday nights (after 10:00pm till late).
Stylish, Nightlife, Rooftop
Nightclub, Pub Grub
Commas might be one of Singapore’s newer clubs, but it faces no shortage of partygoers. Situated in the sky garden of Suntec City, the club is open on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays – and each day sees a distinctly different crowd. University students get to enjoy free entrance on Wednesday nights by simply flashing their student identification cards. And that’s not all! Other awesome Wednesday-only promotions include one-for-one bottles and glasses. On Fridays, Commas is popular with nearby office workers nights.Come Saturday night, the intimate club’s crowd evolves into a high-profile mix of nightlife tastemakers, affluent business travellers and regional socialites.
Nightclub, Asian, $$$
The turnover rate of nightlife establishments in Singapore is extremely high, but 27-year-old Zouk Singapore evidently remains unfazed by its rising competitors. In fact, Zouk was recently ranked as the World’s 3rd Best Club in DJ Mag’s 2018 Top 100 Clubs – and this impressive award is merely one of Zouk’s many accolades. Zouk has played host to hundreds of internationally acclaimed artistes such as Armin van Buuren, Hardwell, and late DJ Avicii. Having said that, partygoers can also anticipate spectacular performances by local Singaporean DJs.
Singapore Grand Prix
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Globetrotting high-flyers and F1 enthusiasts are known to fly in to Singapore over a weekend just to catch the annual Singapore Grand Prix. Held at Marina Bay Street Circuit, the ticketed three-day sporting event is frankly more than just speeding cars but is an entertainment night unto itself. This year, the F1 Singapore entertainment line up includes big shots such as The Killers, Dua Lipa and Mandopop king Jay Chou.
Singapore Night Festival
Art Gallery, Music Venue
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For one weekend only, you can experience Singapore’s heritage buildings like never before. The yearly art event itself has attracted more than half a million attendees – a steady 800% growth since its inception in 2008. What you can expect: Whimsical light installations and marvellous local musical performances in the Bras Basah.Bugis precinct till midnight. Admission is free for all light exhibitions.
St. Jerome’s Laneway Music Festival
Ⓒ Hafitz Maulana / Flickr
St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival is a paradise for hipsters with a penchant for subculture music, and this year marks its eighth edition in Singapore. The indie music festival, which takes plane in January, featured a total of 23 acts in its 2018 iteration. The lineup includes a brilliant mix of local, regional and international talent, including Wolf Alice, The War On Drugs and several up-and-coming homegrown bands.
Ⓒ Ultrafan123 / WikiCommons
Having made its debut in 2015, Ultra Singapore has attracted over 40,000 electronic dance music fans each year. The two-day EDM festival is held at Ultra Park, an outdoor venue just a stone’s throw away from the Marina Bay Sands hotel. There are three stages at Ultra Singapore: The Main Stage, the Live Stage, and the Resistance Stage. Afrojack, Kygo and Steve Angello are just a few of the stellar DJs that have spun at Ultra Singapore.
Natural Feature, Music Venue
ZoukOut is taking place at Siloso Beach, Sentosa this year on December for its 18th anniversary. The dusk-to-dawn music festival is one of Asia’s longest running dance music festivals, and this year’s exciting lineup includes Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Galantis and W&W. Early bird ticket prices start from S$98 per person. Bear in mind that a no re-entry policy applies after 10:00pm for all ticket holders (except VIP).
Family Friendly, Kid Friendly
Things to Do in SG at Night That Don’t Involve Going To Club
Want to spend a good night in SG?
NYC isn’t the only city that never sleeps. In Singapore, we’ve got 24-hour gyms, eateries, megamalls, and a whole ton of things to do even after night falls. Start with these ideas!
*COVID Update: Remember to check ahead and make your reservations whenever possible. Also, let’s keep our group gatherings small (maybe, 8?). Mask up, practice social distancing, and embrace the new normal.
1. Go cosmic bowling at K Bowling Club
Who says party music only belongs in the club? Bust your moves – bowling moves – at glow-in-the-dark cosmic bowling, complete with dazzling disco lights until as late as 3 a.m.
Find out more here.
K Bowling Club, 313 Orchard Rd, #03-27, [email protected], 238895
2. Watch the spectacular lights show at Marina Bay
You probably already know about this free nightly light and water show at Marina Bay Sands. As the 15-minute outdoor show unfolds before your eyes in a four-part story, immerse yourself in the beautiful symphony of dancing fountain jets, colourful visual projections, advanced lasers, and lava and mist effects — all led by an orchestral soundtrack.
The light show starts at 8 p.m., and the water show at 9 p.m. There are additional shows at 10 p.m. on Friday and Saturday nights.
Find out more here.
*COVID Update: the nightly light and water show has been suspended from 8 February until further notice.
Marina Bay Sands Spectra, 10 Bayfront Avenue, 018956
3. All aboard the board game cafe
With more than 500 board games to choose from, it’s a good thing The Mind Cafe closes as late as 6 a.m. – you’ll be at this way into the night.
Pay by the hour, with food and drinks to keep you refreshed as you play. The brownies are worth breaking your no-food-after-11pm diet rule.
Find out more here.
The Mind Cafe, 60A Prinsep St, 188664
4. Go fly a kite
We’re not being rude – we literally mean fly a kite.
Get a LED night kite from Kite Culture and head to Marina Barrage where the night breeze makes it perfect for this activity. Also, no more squinting your eyes at your kite with the sun glaring at you!
Marina Barrage, 8 Marina Gardens Dr, 018951
Hungry? Tons of hawker stalls and restaurants are open way into the wee hours of the night. Don’t fear judgment – it’s quite a common Singaporean pastime to head out scavenging for food when the moon’s high in the sky.
Check out our list of favourite supper spots in Singapore for midnight eats!
6. Midnight Shopping
If you’re bored, you can shop around Mustafa shopping centre that’s open around the clock. Offering six floors of bargains that also houses a travel agency, rooftop restaurant and supermarket, the place is a nest egg of discount shopping. You’re sure to be entertained shopping all night long!
Mustafa Centre, 145 Syed Alwi Rd, 207704
7. Grab A Bouquet
Forgot that your anniversary’s tomorrow? Or perhaps there’s someone’s birthday that slipped your mind? Grab a bouquet from 24Hrs City Florist and you’re safe. The store also offers basket and vase arrangements, grand opening flowers and more, so you’re sure to find something you like.
24Hrs City Florist, 161 Lavender Street #01-05, 338750
8. Try Prawning
If you can’t sleep and fancy some chill time, try reeling in some prawns at Hai Bin Prawning. Located at Punggol, this prawning joint is open 24/7. The prawns here are huge, and there are barbecue pits (that’s included in the hourly fee) for you to roast your victorious win. Equipment and baits are also included in the hourly fee. Beer, along with red or white wine, is also available.
Not a fan of prawning but a huge fan of seafood? Check out these 6 best seafood restaurants in Singapore instead!
Hai Bin Prawning, 6 Tebing Ln, #01-04, 828835
9. Cycle the Night Away
There’s nothing like the cool breeze and peaceful roads you can experience when it comes to cycling at night. Besides the lack of sweat from the sweltering heat our country is famous for, the roads are practically empty late midnight, which makes it perfect for cycling. Grab a few friends and head to one of the many bike trails in Singapore to cycle your night away.
Alternatively: check out Let’s Go Bike Singapore’s Marina Bay Bike or E-Scooter tours that are available nightly from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.! Not only will you get to see Singapore in bright lights, but you’ll even get to ride on the F1 track! Find out more here.
10. Play Football Indoors
Love football (soccer, yes) but hate the humid, stifling heat that comes with all things outdoors in Singapore? Here’s a solution: play football indoors, at midnight. Singapore’s first indoor football stadium, The Cage is open 24/7 for football fans. With 6 identical five-a-side pitches as well as ventilation fans, comfort areas and a music system for you to play the songs you like, you can spend all night here scoring goals. Make sure to book for a slot before heading down!
The Cage, 38 Jln Benaan Kapal, 399635
11. Midnight Drink and Shop
There’s nothing new about drinking or shopping, but what about the two combined? You can do so at the popular Don Don Donki by Don Quijote. A one-stop hyper-mart that is open 24 hours and has everything you possibly need – from Japanese snacks to clothes to phone cases and more. Located right inside Don Don Donki is Drink Drunk Donki, the bar section of the store serving authentic Japanese beers and sakes. Have fun shopping – tipsily!
Looking for more Japanese supermarkets? Check out these gourmet supermarkets in Singapore that even Japanese expats shop at.
12. Work Out, Anytime
If you can’t sleep, the best way to work up a sweat and tire yourself out is with a trip to the gym. Overcrowded gyms where you have to wait to use equipments not your thing? Head to any of these 24-hour gyms in Singapore where you can work out in relative peace and quiet in the middle of the night.
13. Pamper Yourself
When was the last time you hit the spa and had a really relaxing, pampering session? Take a break from the bustle of the city and recharge at these late-night spas. Purchase a spa pass at Spa Nes ($58 for a full day, open until 3am.) and walk into a relaxation paradise. g.spa is a spa oasis at Guillemard Road that is open 24 hours, with invigorating spa treatments and saunas that ensure you fully relax.
Spa Nes, 407 Havelock Rd, 169634
g.spa, 102 Guillemard Rd, #02-02, 399719
14. Catch A Midnight Movie
If overexcited chortles, annoying phone notifications and loud whispering annoy you often at the cinema, why not catch a midnight flick instead? The cinema will be quiet, and you can have a wider selection of seats to choose from. Just be sure to not choose a horror movie if you get creeped out easily.
Cinemas not your thing? Here are alternative places where you can watch your favourite movies!
15. Sing Your Heart Out
Love to sing? No matter if you’re good at it or not, belt your heart out at a 24-hour karaoke joint. Grab your fellow night owl friends and have a good time at any of these karaoke studios that are open till late night: Teo Heng KTV Studio, Manekineko, Tang Music Box, and good ol’ Party World.
*COVID Update: Karaoke rooms are temporarily closed due to safety measures. But that doesn’t mean you can’t jam to your fave tunes in your own homes! Keep a lookout for their re-opening when everything (hopefully) fizzles out.
16. Watch Planes Go By
If you can’t afford a vacation yet (be it due to work or financial restraints), you can admire the planes at the top airport in the world, our very own Changi Airport. Explore the fancy new Jewel Changi Airport, or grab a latte at the 24-hour Starbucks. If you’re bored of plane-watching, here are 5 secret things you can do at the airport instead.
Changi Airport, Airport Blvd
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15 Attractions You Mustn’t Miss
Singapore is a land of glamor and graces. The majestic structures, vibrant amusements, ultra-posh shopping malls, and bustling streets enhance the magic of this happening island city-state. The classy and swanky pubs, nightclubs, and bars, along with mesmerizing light & sound shows build up the cocktail of stunning nightlife in Singapore.
The ultimate guide to Singapore nightlife lists some of the enticing and ritzy hotspots- everyone should check out. Take a look and decide your picks.
15 Best Nightlife Experiences in Singapore
1. Singapore Night Safari – Live the nocturnal thrill
2. Gardens By The Way – Revel in shimmering night sky
3. Clarke Quay – Wine & dine by the waterside
4. Laser & Fountain at Marina Bay – Get mesmerized by a spectacular evening show
5. Pub Crawl – Unleash the party animal in you
6. Wings Of Time – Enjoy a marvellous outdoor night show
7. Zouk Club – Enjoy fun-filled Mambo nights
8. Crane Dance – Witness the stunning lights & water effects
9. Marina Bay Sands Casino – Gamble the night away
10. Altitude Bar – Get high in world’s highest rooftop bar
11. Screening Room – Have a unique movie & dining experience
12. Chinatown Street Market – Spoil the shopaholic and foodie in you
13. Tanjong Beach Club – Let loose with beach parties and lip-smacking food
14. Pangea Club – Dance the night away
15. Holland Village – Hop into Singapore’s coolest pubs, restaurants, & cafes
1. Singapore Night Safari – Live the nocturnal thrill
Night Safari in Singapore entices tourists to experience the thrill of wildlife post sunset. It is the first night safari in the world, and one of the most thrilling hotspots of Singapore nightlife.
The safari takes place in a well-protected tram ride where you can see wild animals like Himalayan Tahr, Sloth Bear, Gir Lion, Striped Hyena, Oryxes, Cape Giraffes, Red Dholes, Bearded Pigs, Asian Rhinoceros, and Axis Deer.
What’s special: You are welcomed by fireworks by tribal people, wildcat trail, leopard trail, and Wallaby trail. Do not miss to hang out in the wide range of restaurants, such as Bongo Burgers, Casa Italia, Chang Chawang Bar and Ulu Ulu Safari Restaurant.
Opening hours: Everyday from 7:15 pm to 12 am. Tickets are available till 11:15 pm.
Entry charges: S$37.8 for adults and S$25 for children
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2. Gardens By The Way – Revel in shimmering night sky
Gardens By the Way, is a sprawling stretch of urban garden over 100 hectares of land. Located adjacent to Marina Reservoir, this stunning garden offers the most breathtaking waterfront view. The sparkling waterfront along with dashingly illuminated tree-like structures add up to the awesome experience of Singapore nightlife.
What’s special: Stroll on the suspended walkway for a mesmerizing view and the sky show of choreographed lights and sound
Opening hours: 5 am – 2 am
Entry charges: Free for outdoor gardens. For conservatories, S$28 for adults and S$15 for children. For OCBC Skyway, S$8 for adults and S$5 for children
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3. Clarke Quay – Wine & dine by the waterside
Clarke Quay is one of the most fascinating scenes of the nightlife in Singapore. The former waterside commercial centre is popular for its stylish restaurants, classy pubs, waterfront recreation, trolley kiosks, and the best Singapore nightclubs.
What’s special: G-Max reverse bungee, Cannery anchor tenants, River cabs, GX-5 Extreme Swing, and Cruise in the river. For an unforgettable nightlife experience, go bar hopping in Trace Club, Crazy Elephant, Attica, Beer Market etc
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4. Laser & Fountain at Marina Bay – Get mesmerized by a spectacular evening show
The Wonder Full light & water show attracts hundreds of tourists and locals each day. This mesmerizing and well-coordinated show lights up the Marina Bay Sands and the Art Science Museum with wonderful colors. Undeniably, this is one of the most technologically advanced night shows, which boasts incredible laser flashes and sparkling water fountains.
What’s special: The bubble machines create a glistening cloud up in the sky and one can see the impressive images of Singaporean children projected on the surface
Sunday to Thursday – 8-8:15 pm and 9:30-9:45 pm
Fridays and Saturdays – 8 pm, 9:30 pm, and 11 pm
Entry charges: S$ 23 for adults, S$ 20 for seniors, and S$ 17 for children
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5. Pub Crawl – Unleash the party animal in you
Pub Crawl is a one of its kind nightlife experience in Singapore. This is a walking tour to explore the most popular pubs and nightclubs in Singapore. This tour includes free entry to 4 bars and one nightclub, plus discos and complimentary shots. Book a Pub Crawl tour to enjoy the most happening parties in the town.
What’s special: 4 alcoholics shots, free entries and visit to the most happening discos, including Canvas, F Club or Le Noir. All within the package
Opening hours: 10 am to 11 pm
Entry charges: There are various categories of tickets. Visit Pub Crawl’s official website for more info
6. Wings Of Time – Enjoy a marvellous outdoor night show
Wings of Time is an award winning outdoor night show. Set against a gigantic water screen, this visual extravaganza depicts a story of bravery and magical wonders. Watching the show is one of the most enthralling experiences of Singapore nightlife adorned with dashing laser shows, fire effects, and music.
What’s special: 3D projection mapping, technologically advanced lasers, water fountains, and magnificent water jets
Opening hours: 7.40 pm and 8.40 pm daily
Entry charges: $23 for premium tickets and $18 for normal tickets
7. Zouk Club – Enjoy fun-filled Mambo nights
If you love music and cannot resist dance with it, then Zouk Club is the place for you. Zouk is one of the oldest and most popular nightclubs of Singapore; it’s one of the best places to experience Singapore nightlife. The best way to hang out in this dazzling Singapore nightclub is to grab a glass of chilled beer or your favorite cocktail, get engrossed in the live music, stay tuned with the DJs, and finally land up on the dance floor.
What’s special: Along with the Zouk Club, do visit Velvet Underground, Phuture, and Zouk Wine Bar- managed by the same authority. Everywhere the music played varies, you just need to pick your taste. Do not miss the Mambo Jambo night on every Wednesday when the club stirs in techno flavor.
Opening hours: 9 pm to 3 am on weekdays and 9 pm to 4 am on weekends
8. Crane Dance – Witness the stunning lights & water effects
Crane dance is one of the most awe inspiring audio visual shows in the waterfront area of Sentosa. This seamless blend of technology, music, and special effects very artistically presents a story of love between two mechanical cranes.
What’s special: Laser effects, superb music, and well-choreographed movements.
Opening hours: 8 pm to 8:30 pm
Entry charges: None
9. Marina Bay Sands Casino – Gamble the night away
Marina Bay Sands Casino is a cool place with a chilled out ambiance. This has a 15,000 square meters of gaming space spread over 4 levels, exotic dining options, warm hospitality, and superb location. This is certainly one of the most spectacular places to go in Singapore, especially on weekends.
What’s special:More than 1500 slots, 600 table games, 30 private gaming rooms, and the world’s largest Swarovski crystal chandeliers
Opening hours: Round-the-clock
Entry charges: S$100 per person
10. Altitude Bar – Get high in world’s highest rooftop bar
1 Altitude Bar has the highest and most stunning 360-degree views and is one of the not-to-miss nightclubs in Singapore. Located on the 63rd floor of One Raffles Place, this is the world’s highest open air bar. It boasts of hosting some of the best international and local DJs, stirring the bar with groovy mixes. This is one of the exhilarating scenes of nightlife in Singapore.
What’s special: Exotic food and beverage menu, jaw-dropping view, glass neon floor and awesome range of cocktails. Try Zen Breeze- the perfect combination of vodka, green tea, mint, and lemongrass.
Opening hours: 6 pm to 3 am on weekdays and 6 pm to 4 am on weekends
Entry charges: None
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11. Screening Room – Have a unique movie & dining experience
Screening Room is a state-of-the-art recreation and entertainment venue where people can chill out. This is going to be a unique experience where the house chefs pair the menu with the film. One can relax on a super cozy sofa while enjoying a timeless film with delicious food.
What’s special: Heritage Rooftop Bar – offering the best in town cocktails and food, The Studio for private parties & corporate functions, and a film theater.
Opening hours: 6 pm to 1 am
Entry charges: Visit Screen Room’s official website for tickets and movie screening schedules.
12. Chinatown Street Market – Spoil the shopaholic and foodie in you
Chinatown offers a mesmerising experience of the night market in Singapore. Pagoda Street, Club Street, Trengganu Street, and Sago Streets are the popular nightlife areas of Chinatown. It is known for its bustling shops,kiosks, and Chinese other Asian cuisine restaurants.
What’s special: 24 hours open Food Street to taste the finger licking dim sums, crispy ducks, and other oriental flavors
Opening hours: 11 am to 11 pm
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13. Tanjong Beach Club – Let loose with beach parties and lip-smacking food
Tanjong Beach Club is a fascinating hangout place and one of the most buzzing days and nightclubs in Singapore. Famed for the full moonlit beach parties, live DJs, slurpy food, and drinks – this is surely a place to rock the nightlife in Singapore.
What’s special: Beach Parties, Beach Barbeque, and the mouth-watering coastal cuisine as exotic as Octopus Salad and Lobster Bun
Opening hours: 11 am to 10 pm The bar is closed on Mondays.
Entry charges: Visit Tanjong Beach Club’s official website for more info
14. Pangea Club – Dance the night away
Pangea is one of the premium nightclubs in Singapore. This is a show-stopper of Marina Bay Sands, and the superbly classy ambiance and crowd pull the classiest tourists in the town. This ultra luxurious dance club boasts of its ritzy and chic interior, animal skinned couches, shimmering granite dance floors, and the most exclusive cocktail menu.
What’s special: Jewel of Pangaea cocktail at an eye-watering $S32, 000 (it does come with a diamond). Drink to believe it.
Opening hours:10 pm to 3 am
Entry Charges:S$40 per person
15. Holland Village – Hop into Singapore’s coolest pubs, restaurants, & cafes
Holland Village is one of the most enticing places to go in Singapore. The place is sprinkled with the coolest restaurants, bars, and nightclubs, such as Hacienda, Harry’s, Tawandang, and White Rabbit that entice and pull fun loving tourists round the year. This is surely one of the glamorous options to experience the happening nightlife of Singapore.
What’s special: Fresh beer, sumptuous coastal delicacies, and awesome live gigs
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Frequently Asked Questions About Nightlife In Singapore
When is the best time to visit Singapore?
Though Singapore is an all-year destination, the best time to visit Singapore weather-wise is between February and April. You can enjoy comfortable weather and an amazing display of nature during this time.
Which are the free things to do in Singapore?
A few exciting and free things to do in Singapore for a memorable vacation are: 1. Live Music At Esplanade 2. Singapore Festivals 3. Explore Gardens By The Bay 4. Attend the Singapore Symphony Orchestra 5. Enjoy a beautiful night at Marina Bay
Is Singapore safe for solo female?
Singapore is quite a safe place for solo travelers especially females. Though there is a slight risk of petty crimes such as pickpocketing.
What is the opening hours for nightclubs in Singapore?
Most of the night clubs open as early as 8 pm and remains open till early mornings. You can also find a lot of places that remain open all 24 hrs a day.
Are drinks expensive in Singapore?
Drinks can be slightly more expensive in Singapore as the price is added up with 10% service charge and 7% Goods & Services Tax (GST)
Which is the best place to enjoy live music in Singapore?
Some of the best night music bars in Singapore are: 1. Timber @ The Substation 2. Crazy Elephant Bar 3. Cool Cats 4. Wala Wala Cafe Bar 5. Hero’s
What can you do in Singapore at night?
A few amazing things you can do at night only in Singapore are: 1. Gourmet Bus Dinner Tour 2. Bugis Night Market Exploration 3. Ketong Food Tour 4. Science Center Stargazing & Omni-Theater 5. Clubbing at Clarke Quay.
Is there a dress code for entry to Night Clubs in Singapore?
Though there is no formal dress code to nightclubs, most places expect their guests to dress in smart casuals.
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15 Fun Things to Do at Night in Singapore 2020
Singapore is a hip and happening place. There are plenty of places to visit and things to do. Even for night owls, there is plenty to do in Singapore. Singapore has a lot going on even when the sun sets.
It’s not just the bars and pubs that are open, there are plenty of nighttime attractions for families.
This is the awesome video on night scene in Singapore.
Late Night Activities in Singapore
Want to get a view of the city from the sky or race through tracks? There is something to do for everyone in Singapore.
Gardens by the Bay
In a list of nighttime attractions, Gardens by the Bay is a given. With stupendous lighting and music, the synchronized lights and music show at the gardens will grab your attention and make you stand in awe.
Walk along the Supertree groves and the flower dome and take in the magnificence. You can also take the cruise and see the lights show in full glory from the boat.
Check the promo packages here.
Singapore’s skyline is gorgeous in the morning, but it’s even more beautiful in the nights. The Singapore Flyer is a giant Ferris wheel that gives you a breathtaking view of the Red Dot. It takes a good 32 minutes for the Ferris wheel to finish its trip. There is also a food court where you can eat before you take the trip.
Check Singapore Flyers Promotions here.
Haw Par Villa in the Night
Haw Par Villa is a solid attraction for those who like history. The guides take you through the past of Chinese culture. The exhibits are beautiful and teach you in detail about the ancient civilization.
The night trail is a bit spooky and the guide takes you through the journey of the deaths of the par’s founders. Get into philosophical discourses about life and death.
SPH Razor team is challenging to debunk the myth! (Watch with care)
Check up the update on opening times HERE
This attraction is temporarily closed.
Zoos are always fun, where you can see wild animals up-close. But the Night Safari is even better. The Night Safari in Singapore is the world’s first and you can encounter wild animals that are nocturnal and that cannot be seen during the day. They have over 100+ species of animals.
It’s a must visit for animal lovers.
Check promo rates here.
Bugis Street Night Market
If shopping during the day is not your style, then visit the Bugis Street Night Market for some discount friendly shopping. Keep in mind, this is a popular destination and it gets pretty crowded. It’s known for its snacks and souvenirs.
Stargazing at Singapore Science Center
The Singapore Science Center is always a popular destination because of its range of exhibits and artifacts. There are over 1000 exhibits across 14 galleries and each of them will blow your mind. If you are more of an astronomy fan, then you need to get to the observatory at the Science Center.
The powerful telescopes give you a glimpse of the stars beyond our reach.
You can see their timings for the above HERE.
There are also many fun and family oriented activities to go for.
Just look at the below.
Museums should always be enjoyed in isolation. Busy and crowded museums take away the fun of the exhibits. Keeping this in mind, the Singapore Art Museum has kept the museum open till 9 PM in the night. Start your tour at 7 PM on a weekday and you are sure to enjoy the exhibits in peace.
Singapore Art Museum is temporarily closed.
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Bowling under cosmic lights
The bowling culture in Singapore is hip and happening. Singaporeans love to bowl and taking this experience to the next level is Cosmic Bowling. Cosmic Bowling is a glow in the dark bowling centre, where your clothes glow while you bowl. If you are a bowler, then you must try Cosmic Bowling.
Clarke Quay needs no introductions. If you want to kick back and enjoy the best of Singapore’s nightlife, then head on to Clarke Quay and experience the different bars. There are many types of bars and pubs depending on your mood and style.
Visit the hottest club in Singapore, Zouk and party all night with your friends.
Check our article on TOP 11 Nightclubs in Singapore to Dance the Night Away!
Movies at night
Watching a movie in a theatre might not be on your list when visiting Singapore, but The Screening Room has a different experience. They play cult classics and popular hits and you can sit comfortably on lounge chairs. This is an off the cuff movie-going experience and it’s a must try for movie lovers.
Henderson Waves Bridge
Above is the day view. Night view will be superb!
Singapore has a lot of spots for taking strolls, but taking strolls under the beating heat can ruin the experience. The Henderson Waves Bridge will give you a nighttime strolling experience, unlike others. The bridge itself is architecturally significant because of the way it’s designed.
If you want to take a romantic stroll, this is your spot!
Spectra Show – Marina Bay
The best things in life are free and the same goes for the Spectra Show. The Spectra Show is a fountain and light show along with symphony music. If you are looking for a delight for your eyes and ears, get to Marina Bay South and enjoy this free experience.
Escape rooms are fun, but at night and with a scary background story, they can be heart racing. If you can fight your fears and problem-solve, then the escape rooms at night is the place to go. It’s an absolutely safe experience, but the simulations can be very scary and this is not for the faint-hearted.
Sentosa Island Cable Car
Cable cars are always fun. They go through the length and breadths of the city and give you a bird’s eye view. The Sentosa Island Cable Car is a unique experience that is open till 9:30 PM. It’s a perfect vantage point to get a view of the city.
Night Luge Sentosa
Last, but not least. The night luge is a fun and thrilling experience. A luge is a cross between a snow-sledge and a go-kart and gives you complete control of the vehicle. Race through the 1.4km course and beat your friends in this thrilling experience.
Things to Do at Night in Singapore
Singapore offers a wide range of experiences for all kinds of travellers. Get away from the blazing sun with these 15 nighttime activities that are also family friendly.
Above spots are good for couples to hang out at night as well.
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10 Best Ladies Night Spots in Singapore Perfect For an Affordable Girls Night Out
Sometimes getting through the work week in Singapore can be a real struggle. Come Wednesday, most of us are craving a much-deserved break and a little middle-of-the-week fun. Have no fear, ladies’ night to the rescue!
Whether you’re in the mood to hit the club until 2am, or to have a relaxing glass of wine (or three) with your girlfriends straight from the office, the following Singapore establishments are sure to give you your mid-week fix, at an all-important discount.
So come next Wednesday or Thursday grab your party dress or stay in your work attire, gather your best gal pals and head out to one of these 12 hot ladies nightspots in Singapore offering great atmosphere and stellar ladies’ night specials.
1. The Bar At 15 Stamford
Are you a Chanel, Prada or Gucci girl? Ladies, decide for yourself at The Bar At 15 Stamford as you will get to choose cocktails named after your favourite fashion brands! Wind down and relax as you sip on the bar’s special rosé cocktail menu which shines a light on rosé wines, spirits, and aperitifs to celebrate the blushing, blossoming femininity, and womanhood.
Upon arrival, receive a complimentary welcome glass of rosé and if you happen to be carrying a matching bag to one of the bar’s cocktails, your drink is on the house. So why not gather your girlfriends and flaunt that coveted Chanel or Dior bag for a night, your cocktail with its corresponding name will be absolutely free!
Ladies’ Night Hours: Every Thursday, 8pm till late
The Bar At 15 Stamford: 15 Stamford Road, The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore, Singapore 178906 | Tel: +65 6715 6871 | Opening Hours: 4pm – 12am (Daily) | Website | Facebook | Instagram
Why not shake off all the stress at work over tacos, quesadillas, and beer at Chimi’s—sister outlet of Singapore’s first Mexican dive bar, Chimichanga.
Inspired by the cantinas in Mexico, a “canteen” where everyday folks come together for merry-making sessions over alcohol and hearty bites, the 20-foot container in the heart of CBD is a convenient gathering spot with panoramic views of Marina Bay.
Credit – Chimi’s
At Chimi’s, instead of ladies’ night, it’s ladies’ day as we get to enjoy Prosecco, Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon and Coronita (210ml) at only S$5! Adding on to the joy, fresh oysters are going at S$2 each every Wednesday with a minimum purchase of six pieces from 5pm onwards—a perfect time to kick start the late-night fun and partying!
Since good deals must be shared, Chimi’s are also having their daily happy hour from 3pm to 7pm where beverages such as Budweiser Pint, Corona, Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon and premium spirits by the glass are selling at two for S$18.80. Just want a quick drink? Coronita and Budweiser can also be purchased at two for S$12.80 from 3pm to 5pm daily!
Ladies’ Night Hours: Every Wednesday, all day
Chimi’s: 1 Marina Boulevard, NTUC Centre, #01-01, Singapore 018989 | Tel: +65 9100 0855 | Opening Hours: 11am – 11pm (Mon to Fri), 2pm – 11pm (Sat & Sun) | Website | Facebook | Instagram
3. Try Again
An arcade-themed bistro bar located along Circular Road, Try Again, is the ideal bar to eat, drink and play games with your fellow girlfriends to your heart’s content!
Credit – Try Again
Relieve all the built-up anxiety and anger through a game of bishi bashi, challenge a friend to a round of darts or try your luck with the claw machines. You will definitely be entertained throughout the night with all the activities available at this cozy bar. Calling all ladies, not only will you get to enjoy five hours free flow alcohol at S$22.90 from 6pm to 11pm (free 25 tokens for arcade games with every purchase), you will also get a free bottle of wine when you visit Try again in a group of five!
Credit – Try Again
Not only that, Try Again is also said to have one of the cheapest bottle prices in Singapore. So, get ready to drink your night away!
Ladies’ Night Hours: Every Wednesday, 6pm – 11pm
Try Again: 17 Circular Road, Singapore 049373 | Tel: +65 9830 1741 | Opening Hours: 5pm – 12am (Mon to Sat), Closed on Sun | Facebook
A pioneer of the multi-concept lifestyle destination in Singapore, 1-Altitude spans across 16,000 sqft across all three levels of the former UOB centre, providing party-goers with an all-encompassing panoramic view of the city. The bar’s Wicked Wednesday offers free entry to ladies all night long, with selected cocktails and highballs going at a mere S$10nett.
Credit – 1-Altitude
The highest alfresco bar in the world, 1-Altitude Rooftop Gallery & Bar offers breathtaking sunset views and exhilarating nightlife vibes that are best enjoyed with cocktails, wines, and spirits. Kick start your night with invigorating hits from the bar’s resident party band, One Avenue, before turning up the heat with 1-Altitude bartenders as they shake up your drinks in style and finesse with flamboyant bartending performances happening every hour from 9pm to 12am.
Credit – 1-Altitude
Thereafter, let your hair loose and put on those dancing shoes as you take on the dance floor to sick electronic beats by the bar’s resident DJs as they take you on overdrive from 12am till deep into the night. Get ready to dance your night away like nobody is watching!
Ladies’ Night Hours: Every Wednesday, 6pm till late
1-Altitude: 1 Raffles Place (Former OUB Centre), Singapore 048616 | Opening Hours: 6pm – 2am (Sun to Tues & Thurs), 6pm – 4am (Wed, Fri & Sat) | Website | Facebook | Instagram
5. CÉ LA VI
Party at the island’s most iconic spot in CÉ LA VI as you overlook the picturesque skyline and straits of Singapore. Ladies get complimentary entry and a free glass of Champagne as you celebrate your Diamond Life with the club’s resident DJs. Thereafter, these glasses of bubbles are only at S$15nett all night.
At CÉ LA VI, it’s the more the merrier as every party of six ladies will receive a complimentary bottle of Champagne. All that is required is for your group to be present at the door together and enter before 1am. If you love your bubbles and some serious dancing, gather five more friends and head to CÉ LA VI!
Ladies’ Night Hours: Every Wednesday, 10pm till late
CÉ LA VI: 1 Bayfront Avenue, Marina Bay Sands SkyPark, Hotel Tower 3, Level 57, Singapore 018971 | Tel: +65 6508 2188 | Opening Hours: 10pm till late (Daily) | Website | Facebook | Instagram
6. The Exchange
One cannot compile a list of ladies’ night specials in Singapore and not include The Exchange. The banking and Google crowd from nearby Asia Square and MBFC come here to let their hair down and drink to their heart’s content.
With free-flow lime margaritas, flavoured martinis, white wine, and red wine all night long, it’s certainly a deal that is hard to beat!
Ladies’ Night Hours: Every Wednesday, 6pm – 10pm
The Exchange: 8 Marina View, Asia Square Tower 1, #01-05, Singapore 018960 | Tel: +65 6636 1200 | Opening Hours: 8.30am – 10pm (Mon & Tues), 8.30am – 2am (Wed), 8.30am – 12pm (Thurs), 8.30am – 1am (Fri), Closed on Sat & Sun | Website | Facebook | Instagram
7. Bar Canary
Hotel bars are often not my personal favourite, but Bar Canary provides a more relaxed, no dress code, outdoor atmosphere that is just an ideal way to let loose and relax.
On Wednesday night they offer ladies two hours of free-flow Champagne, house wine, spirits and cocktails for S$55++. Not only do you get free drinks, there’s a pool by the side for you to also take a dip and cool down as you sip on your beverage and enjoy the music!
Ladies’ Night Hours: Every Wednesday, 7pm – 10pm
Bar Canary: 270 Orchard Road, Grand Park Orchard, Level 4, Singapore 238857 | Tel: +65 6603 8855 | Opening Hours: 12pm – 1am (Sun to Thurs), 12pm – 2am (Fri & Sat) | Website | Facebook | Instagram
8. Nassim Hill Bakery Bistro Bar
Situated away from the hustle and bustle of Orchard Road at Tanglin Post Office is Nassim Hill Bakery Bistro Bar. One of the best places to relax and gather with friends over good food and drinks that are made to suit almost everyone.
Ladies’ night here follows through two days—Wednesday and Thursday—allowing us, ladies, to pamper ourselves with free-flow prosecco and rosé for two hours with minimum spending of S$35 per pax.
Ladies’ Night Hours: Every Wednesday and Thursday, 4pm till late
Nassim Hill Bakery Bistro Bar: 56 Tanglin Road, Tanglin Post Office Building, #01-03, Singapore 247964 | Tel: +65 6835 1128 | Opening Hours: 8am – 10.30pm (Tues, Sat & Sun), 8am – 11pm (Wed & Thurs) | Website | Facebook | Instagram
9. KPO Cafe Bar
Head on over to KPO Cafe Bar for 1-for-1 on selected bottles and 30% off wine bottles on ladies night.
Nicely split into three distinct areas—the downstairs lounge, the outdoor patio, and the more laid back upstairs bar— choose to wind down and relax at any of these spaces depending on your mood that evening. Besides that, KPO also plays host to a different live band every Wednesday night for maximum entertainment!
Ladies’ Night Hours: Every Wednesday, 5pm till late
KPO Cafe Bar: 1 Killiney Road, Singapore 239518 | Tel: +65 6733 3648 | Opening Hours: 3pm – 1am (Mon to Thurs), 3pm – 2am (Fri), 6pm – 2pm (Sat), Closed on Sun | Facebook | Instagram
10. LuLu’s Lounge
Tired of the modern-day world and just want to run away from reality for a night? Be transported to a 60s New York back-alley lounge at LuLu’s Lounge.
An intriguing innovation to Singapore’s nightlife scene, LuLu’s carefully curated entertainment is sure to bring about a one of a kind experience. Kick start your Wednesday night right with free-flow Aperol Spritz, while you enjoy quirky and exotic performances from LuLu’s resident drag queen, Becca D’Bus!
Ladies’ Night Hours: Every Wednesday, 8pm – 3am
LuLu’s Lounge: 7 Raffles Boulevard, Pan Pacific Hotel, Singapore 039595 | Tel: +65 9829 1922 | Opening Hours: 8pm – 3am (Wed), 9pm – 2am (Thurs), 9am – 5am (Fri & Sat), Closed from Sun to Tues | Website | Facebook | Instagram
11. Publico Ristorante
#MyManIsOutFfTown. Yes, ladies. Ditch your man behind and celebrate at Publico Ristorante‘s ‘My Man Is Out Of Town’ ladies’ night, where you get to down endless rounds of prosecco and signature spritzers for just S$35++.
Thereafter, dance into the night with DJ Zarifah’s vocal house beats at the alfresco Terrazza lounge, perfectly positioned by the riverfront!
Ladies’ Night Hours: Every Wednesday, 6pm – 9pm
Publico Ristorante: 1 Nanson Road, Intercontinental Singapore Robertson Quay, Singapore 2389097 | Tel: +65 6826 5040 | Opening Hours: 5pm – 11pm (Mon to Thurs), 5pm – 12am (Fri), 12pm – 12am (Sat), 12pm – 10.30pm (Sun) | Website | Facebook | Instagram
12. The Pelican
Nestled at the breezy, charming pier of One Fullerton, The Pelican‘s chic laidback ambience is the ideal spot to hang out with some girlfriends after work whilst catching up over seafood and alcohol.
Ladies can enjoy their newly-launched ‘Don’t Miss Wednesday’ promotion which features a selection of drinks such as Sangria, Piccini Prosecco, Bellini, and Aperol Spritz for the prices of S$8 per glass from 5pm to 7pm. Kick-off your heels and enjoy pre-dinner drinks as you watch the bartenders in action from the booth seats indoors!
Credit – The Pelican
Ladies’ Night Hours: Every Wednesday, 5pm – 7pm
The Pelican: 1 Fullerton Road, One Fullerton, #01-01, Singapore 049213 | Tel: +65 6438 0400 | Opening Hours: 12pm – 3pm & 6pm – 11pm (Mon to Fri), 12pm – 4pm & 6pm – 11pm (Sat), 12pm – 4pm & 6pm – 10pm (Sun)| Website | Facebook | Instagram
There you have it; now, you will have no excuse for the hump day blues. Call your gals and head out to town next Wednesday or Thursday night. You, your friends and your bank account will not regret it!
90,000 Singapore nightlife: Clarke Quay – where to go, what to see, photos, videos
Singapore’s nightlife is in full swing. Oases of bars, restaurants and nightclubs can be found in many of the city’s popular districts. I’ll tell you about one of these islands of fun and entertainment – about Clarke Quay and Riverside. This area is now one of the most popular places for dining and walking among the vibrant colors of the modern city. If you do not know where to go in the evening in Singapore, feel free to go there.
Riverside – the area along the Singapore River
The Singapore River and embankments are central to the city. The area is located very close to Marina Bay. Sir Raffles once stood on the north bank of the river, and the south coast has become a business center with skyscrapers. On the river, one after the other, the historic docks of Boat Quay, Clarke Quay and Robertson Quay have been transformed into streets of evening entertainment. There are many hotels, restaurants, bars, nightclubs and shops here.
View of the embankment from the Read Bridge
Boat Key Embankment
Boat Quay is a string of restaurants where you can sample the famous Singaporean curried crab and other seafood, as well as a stroll among sculptures depicting life on the river in the old days. The embankment is notable for the bar 1-Altitude , where a 360-degree panoramic observation deck is located at an altitude of 282 meters. Arguably the best spot in Singapore for a gorgeous view of the bay, the Marina Bay Sands Hotel and the laser show in the evenings.Even the view from Marina Bay is not so spectacular in the evenings.
Another place I recommend for a nice view is Southbridge rooftop bar . It is not located as high as the previous one, but the panorama of the river and Clarke Quay is excellent. You will be offered a large selection of signature cocktails and other drinks. And there are always fresh oysters on the menu. Bar Hero’s is more democratic. A Filipino band plays here every day, and the whole concept is made in the style of the Wild West.It is better to come here with a company, listen to music or watch a sports channel.
Robertson Quay is the last of the three, is the farthest from the city center and looks more like a quiet neighborhood with restaurants. If you want to spend a relaxing evening, dine in a pleasant atmosphere without unnecessary noise, go here. Stop by at Red House for an amazing crab curry. If you are tired of Asian cuisine, sit down at the Wine Connection chain restaurant with European dishes, pizza and pasta.And only Clarkey managed to become a modern center of nightlife on the Singapore River.
View of Clar Key from the opposite side of the river
Clar Key Embankment
Clarke Quay is named after Andrew Clark, the Governor of Singapore, who played an important role in the establishment of the state. In the 19th century, there was a trading center here, barges were moored, goods were loaded. The period of prosperity lasted until the middle of the 20th century, when the government decided to move the cargo docks to another location, and to organize an entertainment district on the site of the historic embankment.
Clarke is located in five former warehouses and docks. Here you will find all kinds of restaurants, bars, shops and nightclubs. Establishments often change or move. So, a few years ago, an unusual Clinic bar was located on Clar Key, where visitors sat in wheelchairs or on hospital beds, fenced off by white screens, and the waiter brought drinks in a dropper. It is now closed. Please check their locations before visiting my recommended locations.
Clar Key Quay Streets
Entertainment on Clarke
The G-Max catapult works for the most daring Clarkes.Not many people decide on this attraction, mostly a bunch of onlookers stand and look at the daredevils. The catapult capsule accommodates up to 5 people, picks up speed up to 100 km / h when launched, and then falls from a height of 40 meters. The motto of the Level Up gaming bar-bistro is “Eat, Drink, Play”. Here you can play billiards, table hockey, darts, machines, beer pong. And all this accompanied by incendiary music from a local band.
View from the bridge Read Bridge
90,006 Restaurants Clarke 9,0007
The choice of restaurants on Clar Key is varied.At Quayside Seafood you will find great river views and great seafood; Xiao Chen Gu Shi serves traditional Singaporean bak-kut-te soup; for curry with crab, go to Red House ; try Vietnamese food at Little Saigon ; order burritos from the Mexican Muchos and the churros from the Spanish Alegro Churros Bar .
Spanish Churros in Alegro Churros Bar
Clarkey Bars & Nightclubs
And, of course, do not forget about the bars and nightclubs, which are open until 2-3 o’clock in the morning.The famous nightclub F.Club has two halls where hip-hop, R&B and house are played. On Wednesdays, special Lady Nights are held with free drinks for girls, and shots are served in special narrow tubes. And, of course, it is worth taking a look at the famous Zouk . The first time I was there 15 years ago, and even then the nightclub was very popular.
View of Clar Key
Other establishments on Clarke Quay are also full of happy hours and other tempting discounts.Be sure to check out the iconic Cuban bar Cuba Libre . Everything here resembles little Havana: Che and the spirit of freedom, and the incendiary group plays in the evenings in such a way that it is simply impossible to sit still. The famous Crazy Elephant has already celebrated its 25th anniversary. Live music is played every day in the bar, and incredible jams are held on Sundays. And you can’t go past the Chupitos Shot Bar . A real show of bartenders unfolds here, and a list of more than 200 shots will not let you go for a long time.
If you are tired of music and noise, cross the river on Read Bridge and sit down right next to the water to watch the scurrying ships. If you wish, you can also take a boat ride on the night river. River Taxi Pier is located near the G-MAX catapult. This boat can take you directly to the Promenade Pier. Also, cruise ships run along the river every half hour, where they will conduct a real excursion for you. Watch my video from Clarke Quay.
The Riverside area is centrally located, so there are almost no budget hostels here. The inexpensive chain Fragrance Hotel – Riverside is located near the metro. From hostels, you should pay attention to BEAT. Capsule Hostel, Beds and Dreams Inn, ZEN Hostel Clarke Quay, RedDoorz Hostel, River City Inn. If you are a desperate party-goer and want to stay right in the middle of nightlife, choose Novotel Singapore Clarke Quay. In a quieter area of Robertson, there are: InterContinental Singapore Robertson Quay, Studio M Hotel, Robertson Quay Hotel, Park Hotel Clarke Quay.I advise in this area M Social, where the designer was Philippe Starck himself. And the best options near the metro and close to Marina Bay: Park Regis Singapore, Furama City Center, Jayleen Clarke Quay Hotel, Hotel Swissôtel Merchant Court, Hotel Conforto, Hotel Clover, Hotel Conforto. And I myself love the Hotel Bencoolen Hong Kong Street. Additionally, I advise you to look at apartments or rooms on Airbnb. Read the article on how this service differs from hotels.
Nearest tube station: MRT Clarke Quay.
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90,000 Singapore Nightlife – Private Travel
Singapore’s vibrant nightlife is an unforgettable experience for any traveler. Everything from popular cocktail bars to vibrant nightclubs and world-class music festivals can be found here. It is never boring in the city of Leo. Drinks are poured late into the night in bars every night, which means there is always a reason to party in Singapore.
What is Singapore’s nightlife like?
Singapore’s nightlife scene is as diverse as its 5.7 million inhabitants. For example, the city’s CBD establishments, which are decidedly more glamorous, do not in any way resemble the hipster enclave on Hadji Lane.
Due to Singapore’s strict anti-alcohol laws, parties are more relaxed than Bangkok’s on Khao San Road and Hong Kong’s Lan Kwai Fong. Don’t be surprised if you see people dressed in the style of the nineties and others in T-shirts and jeans side by side in the same club.Due to the hot and humid weather here all year round, Singaporeans don’t wear particularly fancy clothes – however, most clubs require reasonable dress codes. This means that shorts and flip flops are not allowed.
How much is the nightlife in Singapore?
If you’re looking for a bucket of vodka for a dollar, you’ve come to the wrong place. Singapore’s nightlife is very expensive. For example, a 330ml bottled beer costs about S $ 11 here. This is not surprising, since Singapore has been topping the list of the 10 most expensive cities in the world for the past few years, which is being prepared by The Economist.Fortunately, ladies can avoid the high prices on Wednesdays, which are also known as Ladies’ Night. And many establishments, such as CÉ LA VI and Bang Bang, offer women free admission and free alcoholic drinks.
What are the alcohol and party laws in Singapore?
The consumption of alcoholic beverages in public places is prohibited from 22:30 to 7:00, including beaches and parks. Those who violate this law will be fined up to $ 1,000.For a repeat offense, you can be fined up to $ 2,000 or imprisoned for up to three months, or both. Thus, retail stores are prohibited from selling alcohol between 10:30 pm and 7:00 am. Shops selling alcohol after authorized hours can be fined up to $ 10,000. If you follow these laws, you can have a great time.
Bar, European cuisine, $$$
Atlas is a famous gin bar located in the lobby of the Parkview Square building.The bar’s collection contains more than 1000 bottles of various gins. The bar fits perfectly into the Art Deco interior and the European atmosphere of the 1920s. Thanks to the 15-meter-high ceiling and the assembled collection of gin in the magnificent tallest tower, it forms the central composition of the entire space. Below the bar is a bespoke rose gold champagne room with the ATLAS champagne collection. A fusion of European influences turns dinner at Atlas Bar into a ceremony. In addition to this, the bar was included in the World’s Greatest Places ranking and was ranked fourth in the Top 50 Best Bars in Asia in 2018.Yes, this is where you can meet crazy rich Asians.
Bar, Asian, European, American cuisine
Located on the top floor of Marina Bay Financial Center Tower One, LeVeL33 is the tallest urban microbrewery in the world. As the name suggests, the 33rd floor penthouse boasts panoramic views of magnificent Singapore – the perfect place to unwind after a long day or sightseeing.Order a tasting beer (S $ 23.33) which includes LeVeL33, Indian Pale Ale, 33.3 Stout, and 33.9 Wheat Beer. All this beer – unfiltered and unpasteurized – is brewed here. An absolute must-see for beer lovers!
Bar, American Cuisine, $$$
Situated on the second floor of Regent Singapore, inspired by the 1920s atmosphere, Manhattan Bar is a cocktail lover’s dream. The chic bar has been named Asia’s Best Bar for the past two consecutive years.The collection of alcoholic cocktails includes only proven recipes. You can’t go wrong with the New York Sour (S $ 25 ++) or Manhattan (S $ 25 ++).
Bar, European cuisine
Tippling Club Bar is a popular place for connoisseurs of pleasure. Today it is ranked 7th on the list of the best bars in Asia. The Tippling Club is also considered the first and only place in the world to offer a touch menu.Cocktails, the aroma of which evokes emotions, evokes memories and even has the ability to control mood. However, a good mood for the guests of the bar is guaranteed from the first minutes, when you are offered to choose the taste of a cocktail from a scattering of gummy bears. Try the best-selling Happiness and Beauty cocktails.
YourSingapore.biz – Your Singapore
Every morning a haze of expectation spreads in the air of New Asia – Singapore.Daytime activity continues until late at night. You only need to choose which of the events attracts you the most. Travelers explore Singapore’s entertainment venues after dark. The choice of entertainment is truly rich – enjoy New Asia – Singapore!
Bars, discos, karaoke bars, theaters, restaurants and nightclubs.
Singapore’s thriving bar / disco / eatery environment stretches from Orchard Road to unexpected corners of the city such as old warehouses and trading houses.Tanjong Pagar, Holland Village, Boat Quay and Clarke Quay all combine to offer exciting nightlife. During Happy Hour (usually from 5 pm to 8 pm) drinks are sold at discounted prices or two drinks for the price of one. In discos, an admission fee is charged, which usually includes the first drink selected. Most of the nightclubs are smart-sporty.
For more information on pubs, discos and karaoke clubs in Singapore (in English) click here
Orchard Road / Marina Area
Near Orchard Road, the melting pot of all pleasure-craving, there is literally everything you want.From dance venues to shops. Most of the named locations are within walking distance of MRT Orchard.
Boat Quay / Clarke Quay
The block along the Singapore River has long been the main artery of business life. Today it is the busiest business location in Singapore. The quarter hides in its depths two favorite walking destinations – Boat Quay and Clarke Quay. Along the entire river, endless possibilities of nightlife await you, as well as numerous people walking in good spirits.
Take the MRT straight to Raffles Place and head towards UOB Plaza. Most establishments are open until 2.00 am.
At one time, merchant boats competed for a place to unload goods on the Singapore River. Today, they transport tourists instead.
More than 35 bars and restaurants have been opened on Boat Quay. The greatest beauty of them is that along the entire river you can eat in them in the fresh air. Further down the river is Clarke Quay, a haven for shopping, food and play.Its 60 Godowns (warehouses) and trading houses have been transformed into 200 shopping establishments, restaurants, bars and gaming centers. They are surrounded by the festive atmosphere of the streets. A peculiar feature of Singapore is the famous Clarke Quay Satay Club on Hawkers Alley. Business activity on the street and 40 carriages from which they sell all sorts of things are also extraordinary. Internet: http://www.clarkequay.com.sg/.
Old Town Quarter
The historic city center around City Hall is full of picturesque buildings.Perhaps it is even one of the international quarters of Singapore, as Sir Stamford Raffels, the center of culture and government of Singapore, made it in his time. It’s very easy to get there, the block is just a stone’s throw from the MRT City Hall.
Tanjong Pagar Block
The Nightclub Quarter offers English-style bars, nostalgic bars and much more. Rock and roll and jazz music can be heard everywhere. To get there, take the MRT to Tanjong Pagar.
For a long time, the east coast has been a residential area and therefore has retained its own special atmosphere.Walk along the East Coast Road and you will stumble upon old trading houses, re-painted in glowing colors and decorated with wonderful tiles. The East Coast is a wonderful holiday destination with vibrant colors. Take the MRT to Kembangan and from there take a bus or taxi. If you are short on time, you can also take a taxi to the city center. The trip takes about 20 minutes.
Located in a quiet suburb of Singapore, Holland Village has become a bustling meeting point.There you will find many bars and pubs. Literally every shop offers something that will be good entertainment for you for a couple of hours or for the evening.
Singapore’s flourishing art environment stands out for its vibrant blend of Eastern and Western influences, and the continued promotion of the arts makes Singapore an original hub for international shows and performances.
Classical Chinese music. Classical Chinese music and folk music are a must for visitors to Singapore.Chinese orchestras are made up of many unusual instruments. The listener gets a good understanding of the music of the East. Concerts are held regularly, all details can be found in local newspapers.
Chinese Street Opera. It is a completely incomparable experience to listen to a Chinese opera on a street corner, on an impromptu stage. Most often, opera performances are given in August and September during the Feast of the Hungry Spirits. Ask your receptionist for the exact location of the show.
Singapore Symphony Orchestra. The Singapore Symphony Orchestra was founded in 1979 and has become an integral part of the Singapore music scene. Every Friday and Saturday, there are regular concerts at the Victoria Concert Hall with guest conductors and soloists. The orchestra also plays on open stages. Details can be found in the newspapers.
Theaters. Locations such as the Drama Center at Canning Rise, the Victoria Theater at Express Place, The Substation at Armenian Street, The Black Box and Fort Canning Park, the Singapore Indoor Stadtium and the Habour Pavilion at the World Trade Center stage local productions, musicals and ballets. and international performances.Details can be found in the newspapers.
Pretentious cinemas such as Golden Village Yishun 10, Lido and United Artists at Bugis Junction Cineplex offer movie lovers a great selection of films. The local daily newspaper, The Straits Times, lists more than 50 films shown. Cinemas such as Picturehouse regularly show award-winning modern and classic films.
90,000 Singapore Nightlife: Clubs, Bars & Parties
Nightlife is in full swing in this stunning, shining, shimmering city! At night, walking here is no less interesting both during the day and at night!
Bars, clubs and discos – it goes without saying here, I have been a couple of times in small and cozy bars, with delicious food and drinks.But nevertheless, it seems to me that you can find it in any big city.
And here is a huge Ferris wheel, in which you can even order a booth with a dinner (!), This is really not in every city. The booths are very large and can accommodate about 12 people. But there are booths with tables where you will be served dinner. It is worth it, of course, not cheap, but as far as I remember the price is quite sane, if you want something extravagant.
A free light-musical-water show (!).It’s just magical. People take seats in half an hour for this show. It takes place twice a night, in good weather. The show can be viewed on the waterfront near Marina Bay.
There is an even cooler show, also on the water with lights, with a cute fairy tale story – but it costs money (about 20 Singapore dollars) and takes place on Sentosa Island.
Throughout Sentosa, nightlife is also in full swing, there are some parades, some kind of fun action and, in general, it is very bright and festive.It seemed to me that this is like New Year all year round)).
Gardens! Marina Bay Gardens, it’s just magical! The gardens are open all night. But it is possible to walk along the hinged bridges between the trees until 8 pm, and it costs money. But just walking in the park is free. There is also a free evening light and music show in the gardens. Very cool too.
There are also ferries on which you can ride on the canals inside Singapore (but did not ride at night).
Alas, night photos from my phone are not of good quality…. But the internet is full of gorgeous photos from Singapore.
I refer to the nightlife as these cool pools on the rooftops of hotels (you can find 3 star hotels with a good view and a rooftop pool (I once lived in such a 3 * hotel, and it was cool). But there are hotels that are cheaper Marina Bay, but also very high, and from which you can look at Marina Bay itself;).
Night at Marina Bay. This is a 5 * hotel. One night in which costs from 400 Singapore dollars. But t.Since there are a lot of guests who stop for exactly one night to swim and take unforgettable photos in the popular pool, then the hotel makes such a price only for the first night, and each subsequent night can already cost 200 Singapore dollars (but you need to find out, and maybe it was a one-time action). I didn’t spare the money to enjoy this pool. Also, when the pool closes (around 11 at night), a nightclub opens, but I did not go to it, because I’m not a fan of this nightlife.
Just night walks in Singapore were very exciting and enjoyable for me. At the same time, I would like to note about safety. I have been to Singapore twice, and the first time, due to the circumstances, I was here completely alone for 10 days. I walked a lot, often returned home closer to midnight, and I was not afraid. I was not afraid for my money, for my life. And it’s not that I’m fearless, quite the opposite. But in this country I was calm and pleasant, and I did not want to leave at all.
Singapore | Happy Travel Agency “Aeroline”
The exotic state of Singapore has been attracting numerous tourists from all over the world for several decades, but this country cannot be called a mass destination. This amazing city-state is located 100 km from the equator, so you can relax in it all year round, and the transitions from one season to another are almost invisible. Calling Singapore a beach country can only be a stretch: swimming here is allowed only in specially designated fenced areas, and the coastal waters are not particularly clean.Compensating for the disadvantages of a local beach holiday can visit ancient Buddhist temples and Muslim mosques, numerous parks and gardens. Sentosa Island is a kind of Asian Disney Land. It is worth visiting a large oceanarium here, getting to the show of parrots and monkeys, and, to top off an unforgettable holiday, take off in a hot air balloon. Despite the small size of the country (it covers an area equal to 2/3 of Moscow), a huge number of national festivals and holidays are held here.The main contingent of tourists in Singapore is made up of seasoned travelers who have already traveled in search of something new to more than one exotic country.
The main resorts of the country: Singapore, Sentosa Islands, Pulau Tekong, Pulau Ubin.
How to get to Singapore
Singapore can be reached by Transaero Airlines (once a week) and Singapore Airlines (four times a week). The flight on the route Moscow-Singapore lasts about 10 hours. Singapore Airlines flies Moscow-Dubai-Singapore three times a week.Travel time in this case takes at least 14 hours. Singapore can be reached with a transfer in Dubai (by Emirates Airlines), Doha (Qatar Airways), Abu Dhabi (Etihad Airways), Bangkok (Thai Airways), Hanoi (Vietnam Airlines), Shanghai (China Eastern), Seoul (Korean Airlines), Tokyo (Japan Airlines) and Frankfurt (Lufthansa + Singapore Airlines). It is convenient to get from Ukraine and Belarus to Singapore by airplanes of Emirates Airlines, Qatar Airways, China Eastern.
To visit the country, citizens of the Russian Federation need a visa.Visa-free travel is allowed if the tourist’s stay in the country does not exceed 96 hours. You can get a visa to Singapore by submitting documents to the Moscow Visa Application Center for Asian countries (Pyatnitskaya str., 43, building 3, telephone: (499) 638-23-14), or to the office of the courier company Pony Express. All required documents must be submitted electronically. The cost of Pony Express services is 600 RUR. The consular fee of the Asian Visa Application Center is 750 RUR. A visa to Singapore will be sent to the email address specified in the applicant’s documents.It must be printed and presented when passing through passport control.
Duty is not subject to: 1 liter of alcohol, 20 cigarettes (the pack must be presented open), chocolate and any confectionery products in the amount not exceeding 50 SGD, other non-prohibited goods in the amount not exceeding 300 SGD. It is prohibited to import lighters, weapons, including toys, firecrackers, pharmaceuticals (wholesale), toy banknotes and coins, counterfeit products, pornographic materials, chewing gum, meat, rare species of plants and animals, as well as products from them into Singapore.The death penalty is provided for the import of narcotic substances. A special permit is required for the export of medicines, precious stones, jewelry, television equipment, video discs and photographic films, animals, weapons, poisons and explosives from the country. The import and export of currency has no restrictions.
All hotels in the country, even 2 * and 3 *, are in fair condition. In Singapore, there are hotels of all world chains, including the southeastern Shangri La and the Chinese Oriental.Most of the hotels are modern multi-storey buildings that do not have their own adjacent territory. For smoking clients, special rooms are provided. When checking in, this should be clarified.
Sights and entertainment
Singapore is a colorful city of contrasts: modern skyscrapers are located here next to the national quarters – Indian (Little India), Arab (Arab Street) and Chinese (Chinatown). To get acquainted with the history of the formation of the state, it is recommended to book a sightseeing tour of Singapore.Usually it includes a visit to the buildings of the City Hall, the old Parliament and the Supreme Court, the Cathedral, Chinatown with an old Buddhist temple, a gem factory, where you can buy gold and silver jewelry, as well as jewelry made from precious stones. Local museums include the Asian Civilizations Museum, Singapore Art Museum, Science Center, and Discovery Center.
Wildlife enthusiasts can visit the local zoo, designed as an open space.There are no animal cages or fences. The only obstacles between zoo residents and visitors are water-filled ditches, dry branches and bushes. The most interesting time to visit the zoo is at night, as most of the local inhabitants are nocturnal. Part of the route through the zoo is on a quiet, illuminated tram. Only in the Singapore Zoo you can find such rare species of animals as fruit bats, black lemurs and small mouse deer (the growth of this amazing animal does not exceed 35 cm!).
The orchid is the symbol of Singapore. A whole park is dedicated to this magnificent flower here. In the greenhouses of the Orchid Park, a huge number of different types of flowers are presented. And the local restaurant offers to try a variety of dishes, the main ingredient of which is the same orchids.
One of the most interesting and memorable attractions in Singapore is the hot air balloon ride. This excursion allows you to see the city from a bird’s eye view. It lasts no more than 15 minutes and is completely safe for tourists.
Anyone can travel to Sentosa Island by funicular. The largest oceanarium in Asia is located here. The effect of being under water is achieved in it with the help of a special moving track, made in the form of a tunnel. Each visitor to the aquarium, surrounded by barracudas, sharks, rays, moray eels and other outlandish fish, can feel like a real inhabitant of the underwater depths. There is also a Butterfly Park and a Dolphinarium on the island. In the evening, you can see a grandiose spectacle – a show of singing fountains.
Singapore is the hub of Asian nightlife. The trendy nightclub Zook loves to gather local wealthy youth. Here you can try expensive exotic drinks, enjoy soft stylish music or go to a fiery disco and dance while you have enough strength. An unforgettable experience will be given by a night walk along the Boat Promenade, where hundreds of city lights are reflected in the waters of the river. All nightlife establishments, cafes and restaurants receive visitors almost until the early morning.
Singapore has three kilometers of white beaches, specially fenced for swimming. Most of them are equipped with playgrounds. Local beaches are ideal for a break from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Restaurants and local cuisine
Chinese cuisine, various sushi and seafood dishes are very popular in the country. In restaurants, food should only be eaten with the right hand. Leaving chopsticks in food is considered bad form, they should always lie on a special stand near the plate.Tipping is optional but appreciated. In many restaurants, they are included in the order price in advance. National dishes of Singapore are: nasi lemak – an assortment of anchovies wrapped in a banana leaf, omelet, cucumber slices, coconut pulp and chili paste, chendol – coconut milk with brown sugar, red beans and pieces of green starch. Many restaurants in Singapore offer exotic dishes such as a salad of fresh vegetables and raw fish, a head of fish stew with a lot of spices, grilled stingray, oyster omelet with the addition of coriander.The ubiquitous use of coconut milk came to the country from Malaysia along with dishes such as meat fried in peanut sauce, steamed rice with added meat and curry, etc. For dessert, try almond jelly, coconut milk pudding, and jam pies. It is customary to end the dinner with a cup of ginger tea or freshly squeezed juice. Alcoholic cocktails and local beer are especially popular with tourists.
As souvenirs in Singapore, you can buy Malay batik and the famous Chinese silk, a variety of medicinal herbs and traditional Asian spices.The country’s shopping centers sell good quality clothing and footwear; here you can profitably buy bags and knitwear, as well as modern electronics at a relatively low price. Most shopping centers are open from 10 am to 10 pm.
Singapore dollar (SGD) is considered the national currency of the country. You can exchange currency at any bank, exchange office, hotel. The exchange rate is approximately the same everywhere. Credit cards are accepted everywhere.
Any European capital can envy the developed transport system of Singapore.Public transport in the country is represented by buses, trolleybuses, fixed-route taxis, metro. Singapore also has railways and high-speed cableways. Most city buses are air conditioned. The fares start from 0.6 SGD. It is worth paying for travel in small change, since change, as a rule, is not provided. Major trolleybus routes run through Singapore’s main attractions. A ride on them can be a real excursion. Taxis can be called by phone or taken at a special parking lot.Each taxi car has a meter. Most of the drivers understand English. A rickshaw in Singapore is more of a kind of attraction than a means of transportation, therefore it will cost much more than a regular taxi car.
Renting a car in Singapore is expensive – from 200 USD per day. There is left-hand traffic in the country, you can park only in specially designated places. It is much more profitable and safer to rent a car together with the services of a local driver.Such rent will cost at least 30 USD per hour.
The average annual air temperature in the country is + 30 degrees. The island has a tropical monsoon climate. Precipitation in the form of rain falls throughout the year. In the period from November to February, there are heavy, frequent, but quickly ending showers. In the mountainous regions of the country, the climate is much drier, there is less rainfall. The best time to visit Singapore is between May and September.At this time, the country has dry, sunny weather.
Singapore is considered an exotic country. Before going to it, you should familiarize yourself with the basic rules of behavior on the streets and in places frequently visited by tourists. Crime in Singapore is low. Nobody from the local population will ever take other people’s things. Littering is prohibited on the streets. You can go to jail for disobeying the law. For smoking in places such as an elevator, bus, restaurant, theater, shop, there is a large fine.You can also be fined for crossing the road in the wrong place. Gambling and chewing gum are prohibited.
To visit local temples and mosques, it is required to wear protective clothing. Shoes must be removed before entering an Indian temple or local home. In Buddhist temples, you cannot take pictures of Buddha images and everything connected with him. The tap water is drinkable as it is carefully processed. Most shops, hotels and restaurants are air conditioned, so it is very easy to catch colds in them.Compulsory vaccinations before traveling to the country are not required. However, it is recommended to vaccinate against hepatitis A, B, measles, rubella. Those who are going to travel around the country for a long time and visit rural areas are advised to get vaccinated against Japanese encephalitis.
Addresses and telephone numbers
Embassy of Singapore in the Russian Federation: Moscow, per. Kamennaya Sloboda, 5. Phone: (499) 241-39-13, 241-39-14, fax: 241-75-07.
Russian Embassy in Singapore: 51 Nassim Road. Phone: (6) 235-1834, 235-1832.
Ambulance, Fire Department: 995, Police: 999.
90,000 Things to Do in Singapore: 10 Unforgettable Experiences
Singapore , an independent island nation and a thriving city of the same name, is located south of Malaysia. It is always sunny here and there are many opportunities for a great holiday. Singapore is considered one of the most economically developed countries in the world. On its territory, technologies of the future and age-old traditions coexist – tourists have something to see.Do you want to have fun, try extreme entertainment or spend a vacation without denying yourself anything? We bring you 10 unforgettable vacation ideas in Singapore .
1. Things to do in Singapore | Orchard Road
On one of the main streets of Singapore – Orchard Road – boutiques of Cartier, Dior, Louis Vuitton and other world famous brands are located. This is why it is especially popular with shoppers.People come here to shop for fashionable designer items, visit fine restaurants or relax in luxury hotels. Orchard Road is less than two kilometers long, but it is here that the main points of attraction in Singapore are located.
In addition, there are four cinemas at Orchard Road , one of which is IMAX. The street looks very unusual, so a walk along it will be remembered for a long time.
Book Grand Park Orchard and visit Orchard Road
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2.Things to do in Singapore | Chinatown
Singapore’s Chinatown is a mixture of vibrant colors and exotic flavors. Visit this area to get acquainted with the life, traditions and culture of China, as well as purchase unique goods. The lanes of Chinatown are replete with souvenir shops and markets selling outlandish condiments, medicines and more.
Ancient buildings and historical temples have been preserved in the area.Galleries Chinatown exhibit rare works of Chinese art. Be sure to go to the Temple of the Tooth of Buddha , which houses a relic sacred to all Buddhists. Temple address: 288 South Bridge Road. It is open daily from 09:00 to 18:30.
Another interesting attraction of the quarter is Singapore City Gallery . It contains a miniature 3D model of the city. Singapore Gallery is open from 09:00 to 17:00 every day except Sunday.Address: 45 Maxwell Rd, The URA Center.
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3. Things to do in Singapore | Singapore Zoo & Night Safari
Singapore Zoo – home to exotic animals from all over the world. This huge tropical forest will be interesting for the whole family.There are no cages in the zoo, animals move freely through specially delimited zones that mimic their natural habitat. Address Singapore Zoo : 80 Mandai Lake Road. Opening hours: daily from 09:00 to 18:30.
The zoo with a conservation area is spread over the territory of 28 hectares. It is home to orangutans, elephants, lemurs, hyena dogs, white tigers and primates.
If you wake up early and arrive at the zoo before 10 am, you can have breakfast with the orangutans.They come to the terrace to chat with guests – a unique opportunity to see these amazing animals up close. After sunset, the zoo hosts the night safari : a tram ride, stories from an experienced caretaker and the opportunity to watch the jungle dwellers play. Night Safari starts at 19:00.
At Singapore Zoo , lectures about animals are regularly organized, and there is a water park for children.
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4.Things to do in Singapore | Universal Studios Singapore
The famous Universal Studios Singapore is located on Sentosa Island. It will be interesting for both children and adults. Universal Studios Singapore has plenty of entertainment for everyone: themed rides and zones (Ancient Egypt, Vintage Hollywood, futuristic New York, City of the Future), unusual night tours and much more. Universal Studios Singapore is open daily from 08:30 to 18:00.
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5. Things to do in Singapore | Kampong Glam
Kampong Glam is an Arab quarter in Singapore located north of the river. The Kampong Glam area is full of unique Middle Eastern restaurants, Islamic buildings, street markets and boutiques.Be sure to visit the majestic Sultan Mosque in Kampong Glam – its appearance has not changed since 1932. Visit prayer or simply admire the beauty of the architecture.
Other Interesting Attractions in Kampong Glam
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6.Things to do in Singapore | 1-Altitude
A trip to Singapore would be incomplete if you miss the multiconceptual bar 1-Altitude on the roof of Raffles Plaza . It is located 282 meters above the ground and is considered the tallest open-air establishment in the world. The level of service of guests is commensurate with the height of the bar: the menu includes exquisite Australian cuisine and signature signature cocktails. A visit to 1-Altitude is worth not only for the panoramic views of the city, but also for the atmosphere created by neon lights and sets of professional DJs.The bar is open to the public every day. There are premises for weddings and private parties on site.
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7. What to do in Singapore | Fountain of Wealth Suntec
The first thing that catches your eye when visiting the Suntec Shopping Center is the colossal Fountain of Wealth , one of the largest water features in the world.People believe that Fountain of Wealth helps to improve health and financial situation. The bronze ring at the top symbolizes equality and peace. If you carefully plan the time of your visit to the shopping complex, you can participate in a special ritual during which you need to dip your hand into the water of the fountain and make a wish. It is also worth coming here in the evening to watch the laser show.
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8.Things to do in Singapore | Lau Pa Sat (or Telok Air) Market
Lau Pa Sat Market (also known as Telok Air) enjoys immense popularity as it occupies a beautiful old building in the heart of Singapore. It appeared in 1894 and since then has never stopped working: its doors are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Here you can buy homemade food from all over the world, fresh produce, souvenirs, handicrafts, household goods and unusual items for collectors.Market address: 18 Raffles Quay. The main shopping arcade is located in a covered pavilion, so the Lau Pa Sat market is suitable for visiting in any weather.
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9. Things to do in Singapore | Clarke Key
Bustling Clarke Quay is at the epicenter of nightlife where freedom of expression is prized.The area is popular with both tourists and locals as there is always something to do. Take a boat ride on the canal, dine at one of the famous cafes, or have a full blast at the nightclubs.
One of the interesting places around Clarke Key – Fort Canning Park . On its territory there is a historical building and many places for games with children and pets.
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10.Things to do in Singapore | Singapore River Cruise
To discover Singapore from an unusual perspective, just go on the Singapore River cruise. Famous landmarks will be presented in a completely new light, and an experienced guide will share fascinating facts from the history of the city-state.
The cruise boat pier is located at 1 North Bridge Road. You can go on a tour with other passengers or book a private tour.The ticket costs about 38 SGD depending on the selected tour category. Singapore River Cruise is an exciting adventure for the whole family. Boats run both day and night. There are also special cruises with light shows.
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Restaurants in Singapore, worth taking note of
There are many establishments in Singapore for all tastes.They serve first-class food for every budget. You don’t have to look for delicious food for a long time – there is a local cafe or a five-star gourmet restaurant on every street:
The owner of a cozy restaurant BurgerLabo is a great connoisseur of American cuisine. He prepares succulent burgers, homemade fries and other mouth-watering dishes. BurgerLabo is open late Tuesday through Saturday. The address of the institution is 41 Malan Road, Gillman Barracks.
The chefs of the restaurant Corner House prepare dishes exclusively from fresh and natural ingredients.They are likely inspired by Singapore Botanic Gardens , located next door, to create delicious and healthy culinary masterpieces. Tables here must be booked in advance. Restaurant Corner House is located at EJH Corner House, 1 Cluny Road. There are only a few dishes on the menu, dinner will cost around 100 SGD per person.
Luxurious modern restaurant Sushi Kimura specializes in Japanese cuisine.The chef makes unparalleled sushi, for which he received a Michelin star. Facility address: 390 Orchard Road # 01-07 Palais Renaissance.
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English العربية 家 中文 繁體 中文 (台灣) 繁體 中文 (香港) Dansk Français Deutsch well-known in Europe and the USA will open nightclubs in Singapore at Marina Bay Sands in July.The clubs will be located in a glass pavilion.
Pangea is an ultra-lounge club popular with wealthy audiences and movie and pop stars in New York, Miami and London. The club’s guests are top stars such as Madonna, Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Moss and Will Smith. The 6,000 m2 Singaporean Pangea Club will be located in the south wing of the glass pavilion. You can get to the club through an underwater tunnel connecting boutiques of world brands and The Shoppes Marina Bay Sands shopping centers and the club.The ultra-lounge area is designed for 400 people.
“When we announced our intention to open a club in Singapore, construction had not started yet. We only had a picture of the big picture and a few creative ideas. The glass pavilion turned out to be the perfect place for the club. It was then that we said to ourselves that we would create something that did not exist before. We had all the resources for this: an excellent platform and our many years of experience in managing clubs. We look forward to the opening of the club, which will undoubtedly make Singapore the center of the most exciting parties, ”says Michael Ault, owner of the Pangea Club.
The second nightclub – Avalon, with an area of 12,000 m2, will also be located in the Glass Pavilion, but two levels higher. The club’s entertainment program will include performances by famous DJs, live concerts and various themed events.
“Almost all the stars have visited the Avalon club – the Black Eyed Peas, Ashton Kutcher, Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore, Pink and many others. Justin Timberlake hosted the afterparty of the Annual Grammy Awards at a club in Los Angeles.In Singapore, we are planning to open an equally amazing club: sound, music, interior … all the details are worked out to the smallest detail, ”says Steven Adelman, co-founder of the club.
“The partnership with Pangea and Avalon is a big step forward in tourism development in Singapore. Together with Michael Ault and Steven Adelman, we want to create a place that is second to none throughout Asia. It is extremely important for us to develop Marina Bay Sands as one of the main tourist areas of the city, ”emphasized John Postle, Executive Director of The Shoppes Marina Bay Sands boutiques and shopping centers.