At night usually there are much lesser activities in many countries but in Sentosa Singapore I enjoyed the Skyline Luge. It is a very exciting ride down the hill, you first have to dress up with the safety gadgets I mean helmet knee and elbow cover than the lift chair is going to take you up the hill from where you'll will be given a luge which you have to ride down the hill. The road is zig zag filled with obstacles from which you have to save yourself and in the end after taking off your gadgets you are offered your picture which is optional if you want to buy.
Dress Code: Jeans and T-Shirt with Joggers.
If you are looking for Singapore Outdoor Markets or Food Street at night, this could be one of the popular places for both locals and tourists. It offers varieties of shops selling local souvenirs, T-shirts, local biscuits, and etc. You can have dinner here in a luxury Chinese restaurants or taste a simple dish from one of the street hawkers stalls. The outdoor market covers major streets including Sago Street, Smith Street and Temple Street. You can easily reach here by the MRT, Chinatown Station.
Or You can come here through South Bridge Road.
The Resort World Casino is located at the popular tourist resort island of Sentosa. The casino is very popular among Malaysian visitors as it is operated by Genting group from Malaysia. It is certainly one of the largest casinos in Asia occupying more than 15,000 square meters. The casino has lots of interesting table games and slot machines etc. The interior of the casino is certainly wonderfully decorated. In our opinion it is one of the most beautiful casinos in Asia.
Resort World Casino is opened to the public 24 hours a day. No admission fee is charged to the foreigners who must produce valid passport upon entering the casino. Nevertheless Singaporeans have to pay an entrance fee of S$100,00 as the Singapore government does not encourage locals to gamble. Proceeds from entrance fees are used for charity purposes. Foreign visitors especially from Malaysia should take the opportunity to visit other nearby attractions such as the Universal Studio.
Dress Code: Smart casual.
Its a cold bar. Boasting sub-zero weather inside, it is super cooled to create winter in sunny Singapore. They say that if you bring your own jacket you get 10% off your bill, but the waitress had to be reminded because she said that not many people bring their own shtuff. The space is quite small, but I guess that is necessary to keep the temp down.
Best sake selection! Feel like at home, friendly servers. Always ask if there are any special snacks that not listed on menu - exceptionly good snack e.g. Japanese Pork.
Dress Code: Casual - just don't show naked.
Known as CENTRO before ONYX take over. This place is a not bad atmosphere & had a great sea view,right to the end corner inside the club. Spinning R&B on Thursday and Trance on Fri & Sat. Popular with the late crowd.Ladies night on Thurs(Free entrance). As for Men, $15 cover charge for 2 drinks.
Dress Code: Casual
If you decide to have a late party and can't find a place that close at 6am?. You might wanna check this place out. The club feature R&B on Thursday night & house music mostly daily. This club present the Singapore's ONLY Gay after -hours venue and bar!. You will find the crowd coming in at 3am and sometimes full house on Saturday. DJ Illusion spins Tribal and progressive house. you can dance in style while nobody cares...
Dress Code: Casual, ragged, and simple
Big varieties of Japenese SAKE to choose from. Very quiet and friendly staff. They are like your family or old friends. They paly very good music too. Excellent snacks and I always remember to ask if they have any special that is not on the menu. There was this Japanse style pork was so delicious!!!!
Dress Code: Casual. You wear anything you want as soon as you have cloths on.
Cat's Cradle play at Indochine's The Santuary daily sometime from 9pm onwards up 'til midnight. They do some great covers of popular soft rock and adult alternative songs, and the lead singer sometimes sound uncannily like Jon Bon Jovi.
The night-time crowd here varies, being made up of foriegners/tourists and locals (mostly fans of the band). Sometimes they are loud, cheering and whistling at the band, and sometimes totally unresponsive, no one even claps.
This alfresco area is a nice place to relax after a hard day of bargain hunting. Unfortunately, the drinks are rather pricey, with coffee or tea going at about $5, a bottle of Evian at $10 and mocktails or cocktails at about $15 upwards.
The Sanctuary is located next to PhoChine and is part of the Indochine group of 5 outlets in the same location.
If eurodance/techno is your cup of tea, this could be your best bet in Singapore. Rest of the clubs that dish out the same fare are dismally small (they can be found along Md Sultan Road) and packed with teenagers to the brim.
Located along the belt of the Orchard Road district, it is easily accessible with a train station (Somerset) next to it with various Night bus services (avail on weekends and eve of PH only) that bring you throughout the island at its doorstep.
For the list of covers and closing times, refer to the website below. Generally it closes latest on Saturdays (4am) with crowd capacity to the max on that day.
Bar top dancing is a common sight and crowd has a good mix of young adults (20+) to the working exec types. A few handfuls of teenagers help to balance out the mix too.
Do give it a try! As of writing, this new premises is only 2 months old (it was shifted from International Building) and the fun factor has increased exponentially!
Dress Code: Smart Casual
Cool dance/house club, very sweaty and popular.
Very trendy, mostly locals with a very few expats.
Guest DJs regularly.
Recommended if you want to dance ;)
Downstairs semi-outdoor chill area also has a DJ, plays downtempo and jazz. Sometimes has live percussionist or sax player. Totally mellow, with stand fans and plants and nice chairs. The fishtanks are quite...liquid.
Dress Code: Trendy and young, not necessarily dressed up but look like you made the effort.
IMHO, this is the best night spot in town. Forget about the clubbing areas in the quay region with the over-priced pubs and restaurants and the touting waiters. Chill out with the animals in the zoo and go for the night show. You might be one of "lucky" guest who finds a 10m long python under your seat.
Dress Code: Been to a sauna? Yes, the night safari is just like that. The dense canopy of trees in the safari will raise the humidity and temperature levels. Do wear cotten tops / shorts and don't forget the insect repellent.
Are you an owl? Love venturing out at night? Click on b'packer's page, for more night haunts.
Meet nocturnal wildlife at THE NIGHT SAFARI: World's 1st & only night safari.
Over 90% of animals are nocturnal. Hence, the best time to see them active is in the night. Here, at the 40 hectares jungle, embark on an adventure into the different types of terrains recreated - the exotic Himalayan foothills, Nepalese River Valley & Savanna grasslands of Africa.
Home to over 110 exotic species, one gets to catch a glimpse of the African bongo, hyaena, Cape buffalo & the rare one-horned rhinoceros.
Crazy Elephant Bar & Grill
To kick off those Monday blues, kick back and relax with uptempo good time music, chicago style blues, motown and a bit of jazz- 11 piece band lead by blues man Mr Curtis King on vocals,guitar and harmonica together with Mighty Horn Section (S'pore's only 5 piece horn section.
On Tue/Thurs/Fri/Sat from 2200hrs onwards, the house band The Mean Jean Blues Machine and The Bargain Basement.
Dress Code: Just your casual self.
The cocktail drink Singapore Sling (of which my friend drank one) was said to have been created here by bartender Ngiam Tong Boon in the Hotel sometime around 1910. The earthy decor of this two-storey bar was inspired by the Malayan plantations of the 1920s. In addition to almost every alcoholic and non-alcoholic concoctions imaginable, the bar also serves traditional pub favourites that are available as a meal or snacks. A really interesting place, with peanut shells left scattered on the floor!
Daily - 12.00 noon to 6.00 pm
Daily - 6.00 pm to 10.00 pm
Sunday to Thursday
- 11.00 am to 12.30 am
- 11.00 am to 1.30 am