Singapore Nightlife

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  • Singapore Nightlife

    What to Do and Where to Go at Night in Singapore

    When it comes to nightlife in Singapore, the city-state practically transforms itself from an ever-so-efficient business hub to a buzzing network of bars and nightclubs as soon as the sun goes down. Busy executives loosen their ties and kick up their heels in one of the many rocking bars around Clarke Quay, earnest students-by-day let down their hair for some laid-back bar-hopping around Orchard Road, whilst many visitors with only a few days to spare take full advantage of the thriving rooftop bar scene - lapping up the incredible views over the iconic skyline whilst sipping a sumptuous cocktail.

    Pubbing and clubbing here is a must if you want to feel the true night-pulse of the Lion City; experience the country only by day and you get just half of the picture. Discover all the best nightlife in Singapore, area-by-area, all in our Singapore Guide!

  • Five Izakaya Bar

    Five Izakaya Bar

    Forget your happy hours – the famously cheap Five Izakaya Bar in the centre of the city has beers, house pours and burgers from S$5 all day long! Read More...

  • Level33


    With their delicious in-house brewed ales and stunning views across the Marina Bay from over 150 metres up, Level33 is a real must-visit bar in Singapore at the moment.  Read More...

  • City Space Bar

    City Space Bar

    City Space at Swissôtel Stamford delights and entertains at this intimate, stylish bar on the 70th floor with a range of creative, unusual cocktails and a stunning view of Singapore’s skyline. Read More...

  • Screening Room

    Screening Room

    Dinner and a movie take on a new meaning at Screening Room in Chinatown, where the chefs pair the menu with the film and the evening ends with cocktails on the rooftop. Read More...

  • Singapore Sling at Raffles Long Bar

    Singapore Sling at Raffles

    The most famous cocktail in town is served in the Long Bar of Raffles Hotel, and is a must-do for anyone visiting the city. Read More...

  • The Pump Room

    The Pump Room

    If you are looking for something a bit different in Clarke Quay then The Pump Room Microbrewery is worth checking out. It also serves great beers, food and hosts some fantastic live music and DJs. Read More...

  • Chinatown Nightlife

    Chinatown Nightlife

    Nightlife in Chinatown offers something a little bit different to other areas in the city; step into any of the quirky independent bars, restaurants and clubs in this historic quarter. Read More...

  • Central Business District (CBD) Nightlife

    CBD Nightlife

    Consisting roughly of Orchard Road, the Riverside and a chunk of Chinatown the Central Business District is dotted with pubs, bars, clubs and restaurants. Read More...

  • Orchard Road Nightlife

    Orchard Road Nightlife

    This famous shopping belt also harbours some great clubs. For a touch of soft sophistication, go to Brix, which is situated in the luxurious Grand Hyatt Hotel. Read More...

  • Sentosa - Harbour Front Nightlife

    Sentosa Nightlife

    For those who like a sea breeze while sipping on a cocktail there’s nothing quite like the happy go lucky seaside location of Sentosa and the best bars take full advantage of this fact. Read More...

  • Holland Village - Dempsey Hill Nightlife

    Holland Village Nightlife

    Holland Village is one of the City-State’s most popular nightlife venues and is teeming with restaurants, bars and nightclubs. Read More...

  • Mohammed Sultan Road Nightlife

    Mohammed Sultan Road

    In the past few years, this once-forgotten back alley has taken on legendary proportions. Once a ramshackle row of old Chinese godowns, the street has been transformed. Read More...

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