When Hooters came to town in 1996, it caused a stir.
Located at Singapore River on Clark Quay, if you have been to Hooters in USA, you will find the Singapore version welcoming.
If you are not sure what Hooters is about, check out their website. Definitely not for family dining but a fun night out for the "bachelors".
You can find all sorts of things to do here. People watching, boat trip, recreational park, barhopping, eating to your hearts delight here at the Quay.
I like the overhead roof shaped like flower petals. The mist spray makes the area conducive to strolling. Several fountains makes the area nice and interesting.
Hooters, One Night stand, are just a few examples of the bars.
Dress Code: Depends on which restaurants who go to.
First time I came to Singapore (in 1992), there was no nightlife. Then in 1997, a friend of ours brought us to Hooters in Clark Quay and I was grateful that the government was starting to "let go" a bit. In our recent trip, I brought my wife there on our second night and it has much improved. There are more places to go to eat and drink (although we still settled on Hooters) and they have added more activities, like the bungy type of saucer wherein you get thrown upward while being in it. Great place also for people watching.
one of my favorite hang outs is in singapore and i had to try this out what else! well their nearly famous chicken wings taste virtually the same everywhere hence this is what I ordered and a couple of Heinekens and long island iced teas (singapore $ 13.90 which is more expensive since it is only $ 9 in the US). the prices are about the same as in the United States at Singapore $ 19.90 (it's $ 18 in the US) for the chicken wings. The best deal here is to buy the famous hooters girl yearly calendar at Singapore $ 9 and a shot glass at $ 8.
Dress Code: smart casual allowed and flip flops outside but not inside