In December, Orchard Road is lighted up with Christmas decorations. There are street events and the festive atmosphere compounded by Christmas and Year End Sales.
Hippo Duck is giving free tours on a first come first serve basis. Sign up next to Singapore Information Center near Hereen at Orchard Road opposite Somerset MRT.
It is very crowded during Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights. Beware of cameras hitting your face. Otherwise, join in the merriment.
this shop is open during the night .
from the front it looks like it is closed,the enterance is on the passage to the right of the building.you can check the price of electronic goods.you will get a good price .sometimes they reduce the price on goods which don't move well.it is also a nice place to compare prices of electronic goods so that you can bargain when you go to slim lim square.
after shopping you can sit out side and watch people go in empty handed and come out dragging their purchases.
you can hail ataxi any time .very reliable.
not a good place for shopaholics you never know where your money went
Dress Code: none
but very cold inside
better cover yourself properly
If you like live music and like it loud, head for Rouge and Acid Bar where the resident band John Molina and Krueger rocks Rouge with alt rock nightly. A more lounge like set can be heard downstairs at sister outlet Acid Bar.
The min age for guys is 23 and ladies is 21.
Rouge Admission is $15 on wed and thu; $20 for men $18 for ladies on fri to sat which inlude he 1st drink.
Opens 7pm to 3am (mon-fri) 8pm to 4am (sat and eve of public holiday)
Acid bar 5pm-2am (mon to thu), 5pm to 3 am (fri to sat)
MOMO is described as the friendliest club in town.
The DJs plays non-pretentious commercial hits that everyone can groove to.
If you go in prom wear, you may be given waiver of cover chrage and other preferential treatment like priority entry.
Min age is 18 for women and 23 for the gentlemens.
Admission charges: after 10pm on weekends $15 ladies and $18 for men which include one drink. Ladies nite is on wed with free entry and free drinks.
Opens 8pm to 5pm (wed to sat)
Start early and head down to KM8 beach at Sentosa. Score yourself a piece of shade and order a large jug of Mojitos. Then relax, catch some rays and enjoy all the hard bodies that frequent there every Sunday. Then as the sun goes down and the music gets louder, find a soft spot on the sand and bust out your most dazzling moves.
Dress Code: Six pack and sunnies
Underneath Phoenix Hotel is Music Underground bar. They currently have an all Filipino band that in my opinion is the best band in all of S'pore. They play mostly cover songs but what so good about them is that they mimic or copy the song so well that you get hypnotized in thinking that your in a concert watching the real artis performing the songs. The can play any songs tha't currently in the music charts and they are very entertaining to watch. They play everyday from monday till saturday 8 pm till 4 am. If it weren't for the expensive drinks and steep cover charge I would go there everyday just to watch and hear them play. They are way too good!
Dress Code: No barefoot or sandals are allowed. A collared shirt must be worn by all men and women must wear appropriate attire. A g-string with a see thru cover is not acceptable although much appreciated.
The resident jazz vocalist at the InterContinental's Jazz Lounge, Ms Mickki Brown, performs live from 9pm - 1am on Mon - Sat.
Her voice and repertoire are always good. As are the drinks, food, service and setting. The place is simply wonderful for just lounging around with friends, and as the evening draws to a close, it's perfect that the more energetic ones amongst us can just get the papers from the lounge to check out the midnight movie slots.
The seafood shooters is simply divine. It is also great value - it's around US$7 for a set of 4 non-alcoholic shooters like prawn in peppery tomato juice and scallop in celery juice.
Belly dancing in the middle of Singapore..
Beautiful decorations, radiant colours, middle eastern beats...
I was there during one of their performance nights and it was heart-stopping...
The dancers, from the amateurs to the pro's danced individually, presenting their skills in bely dancing and after that was over, everyone would hit the dance floor and dance the night away to the wonderful beats of Cheb Mami, Khaled etc.
Dress Code: I wouldn't recommend anyone to wear shorts or t-shirts here...If you see how the dancers are dressed, u might feel a bit over-dressed... : )
Wear something simply yet sexy...U'll blend in well... : )
This place is pretty famous as one of the first few nightspots in S'pore which began to allow dancing on the bars, with poles and stuff.
It's quite big, with 3 levels. The ground level is a laidback sort of bar with pool tables, the second level has sitting areas for members and patrons to sip their drinks and relax. The third floor has a big TV that displays soccer matches. It's also where the dancing is.
There are 2 dance floors there. One has a live band playing top 40s or retro music, the other switches between trance, remixes, techno and rock.
The main attraction is of course the girls! You can pick up/get picked up really fast on the dance floor. if you get up on the podium or bar to dance, it's even faster. Wed is ladies' night, Thursdays is hot professional bartop girls day.
Overall it's good if you're looking for a date for the night. If you're not, must say that the music sometimes can get a bit boring. It can get sleazy too, with lots of old men staring at every girl walking past. If you just wanna dance and be left in peace, it's not the place for you. But the party mood is really infectious!
Dress Code: pretty casual. u don't wanna wear long sleeves cos it's really packed on Weds and Sats. Can get v sweaty too..
This bar on Boat Quay sadly closed not long after i left Singapore. It was african themed and normally pretty empty but ran one of the infamous $15 all you can drink nights , and that's a hell of a lot of vodka and cokes.
There was a pool table upstairs and due to a manifest lack of skill and an excessive amount of alcohol i lost to everyone, including the bar owner and a waitress who looked about 16
Go to the red light district in Geylang (pronounced GAY LONG). The cab drivers know where this is. There are several unmarked buildings where you go inside and beautiful Chinese women are behind a glass wall dressed in silk robes sitting in a row...with numbers around their necks. Take your pick for around $US 40. They are young, petite, and absolutely breath taking. PERFECT 10s!!! For this, you get an hour...a shower, a massage, (use your imagination), another shower, and usually a can of soda or tea afterwards. They are very friendly, but the English is not good. Use drunken sign language and show them what you want. Let them know if you want them to use a condom. Sometimes they won't if you don't ask. They appear spotless and clean, but who knows.
Dress Code: i'm guessing anything goes...i wore jeans, sneakers, and a collared shirt
Nightlife here would probably be clubbing or pubbing to most people...which has really extensive choices though.
But there's always something unique. Wouldn't it be great to catch a local soccer (football) match in the evening...head for some simple shopping at one of the Pasar Malams (night markets usually located in the public housing estates where stalls peddle anything from clothing to local snacks)...go for supper at various coffeshops (eating houses...usually not air-conditioned but well-ventialted by fans...mostly serving affordable and delicious local foods...and difficult to find since they don't operate out of famous tourist eating places) which operate 24/7?
Not every person would look foward to this plan i guess...but it's worth giving a try for the fact that it's something different.
Dress Code: Not at all! Just be casual and be yourself.
Very cool lounge bar on Club Street. It had just open when I went there few months back. Great atmosphere, perfect place for chatting with friends or a date. The owner and the staff are very friendly. Check it out !
(Just thought I'd put an other picture to motivate the guys to discover the SG nightlife)
Dress Code: Proper attire
Come and watch a spot of live music at Fort Canning Park. Check out the website or www.visitsingapore.com to find out what's on.
Just making the tip now and posting the pic. Will write when I'm bored at work soon.
But if you see this and are there now I do like this place.
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