Here is a list of places to enjoy the best of the Nightlife in Singapore:
Zouk- Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Public Holidays: 11:00 PM onwards
Velvet Underground Lounge- Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Public Holidays: 10:00 PM onwards
Velvet Underground Dance- Friday, Saturday and Public Holidays: 11:00 AM onwards
Phuture- Wednesday: 10:00 AM onwards; Friday, Saturday and Public Holidays: 10:00 AM onwards
Wine Bar- Tuesday 06:00 AM - 02:00 AM, Wednesday and Thursday 06:00 AM- 03:00 AM, Friday and Saturday: 06:00AM - 04:00 AM
SGD 30 for men and SGD 25 for ladies (inclusive of 2 house drinks)
Free admission for Wine Bar
2. Clarke Quay
Clarke Quay is the bayside area of Singapore, located on the Singapore River. Clarke Quay and Boat Quay are one of the best places to enjoy the Singapore nightlife, once the sun is set. The entire area is a beauty in itself and would leave any first-time visitor admiring the colourful lights and beautiful people as they go about. Clarke Quay has the best clubs of Singapore - Zouk, Attica and Canvas. Apart from clubs, the Quay also has many top-notch restaurants and concept bars.
3. Sentosa Beach Bars
Beach and bars are two things that a man admires. Both put together, is simply a heavenly combination. Sentosa, a resort island of Singapore, has a number of beach bars, perfect to let go and just enjoy the nightlife of Singapore. Tanjong Beach Club is one of the most famous and lively beach bars on the island. This beach bar comes into most action during the weekends. They hold certain parties like 'Smack my beach up' quite often.
Rooftop BarsRooftop bars are the new place to be in Singapore. Each of the bars gives a different scenic view and is unique in its own way.
4. 1 Altitude
Sunday- Thursday: 06:00 AM- 02:00 AM
Friday- Saturday and public holidays: 06:00 PM- 04:00 AM
Sunday- Tuesday: 06:00 PM- 02:00AM
Thursday: 06:00PM- 03:00AM.
06:00 PM - 09:00 PM: SGD30 inclusive of one drink; After 09:00 PM: SGD35 inclusive of one drink.
The Bar is situated on the top of One Raffles Place and has an entry fee of around SGD 30-35 for which they offer one free drink.
5. Ce La Vi
Ce La Vi (formerly Ku de ta) is situated at Marina Bay Sands' rooftop. The bar is the hot new spot and is buzzing with the young crowd. Ce La Vi also has a club lounge and a restaurant. Cover Charges are applicable to the visitors from outside but are redeemable.
12:00 PM -04:00 AM
Monday- Friday: 12:00 PM onwards
Saturday and Sunday: 11:00 AM onwards
Entry is free for the MBS hotel guests. SGD 131 for 4 admissions; SGD20 SGD entry voucher
6. SuperTree by IndoChine
Lunch: Monday - Sunday: 12:00 PM- 05:00 PM
Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 05:00 PM - 11:30 PM; Friday - Saturday: 05:00 PM -12:30 AM
Cover Charge: The entry fee is SGD80 per person with a complimentary drink.
7. LeVel 33
Monday - Saturday: 11:30PM - 02:00 PM
Sunday: 12:00 PM- 12:00 AM
SGD68 for 86 submissions
8. New Asia Bar
New Asia Bar is ironically one of the oldest bars in Singapore. It is situated at the top of Swissotel in Singapore and has made into the list of Top 50 bars in the world. The bar is 71 floors above and gives a spectacular view. The bar has promotional offers on drinks during the initial hours of opening.
Sunday: 02:00 PM - 01:00 AM
Friday- Saturday: 07:00 PM- 03:00 AM
Wednesday - Thursday: 07:00 PM- 02:00 AM
Tuesday- 07:00 PM- 01:00 AM
Mondays are closed.
9. Orchard Road
As the shopping buzz dies down, others come out to enjoy the Singapore nightlife at Orchard road. Emerald Hill will make you think you've reached an entirely different place. Most of the buildings here were constructed in the early 1900s. It's great to just walk down the street, taking everything in. There are a few bars along the way where you may grab a drink. No.5 Emerald Hill Bar is one of the famous bars in the area, especially for its cocktails. It gives you a friendly vibe and makes you feel relaxed.
Live band and a sophisticated bar, Brix is located at Grand Hyatt hotel. The entry fee to this basement bar costs SGD 10. TAB Club Sonar is a bar for the music lovers. Many DJs have performed here. The first level is where the DJs or bands perform. If you do not wish to stand there and enjoy the music, you may simply climb the stairs and sit above while enjoying your cocktail!
Hidden gems of Nightlife in Singapore
10. Blu Jaz Cafe
Blu Jaz Café is one of the most popular bars in Singapore with Live bands every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. For a DJ night, hop onto the second level once you're done with your food. The café has a dance floor, which is filled with people of all ages.
Often, open mic comedy nights are also held at the Blu Jaz Café. The lively yet intimate ambience of the café is one of the other things that attract the crowd. The Café dress code is relaxed and they have both, indoor and outdoor seating.
Monday - Thursday: 12:00 PM - 01:00 AM
Friday: 12:00 PM - 02:00 AM
Saturday: 04:00 PM - 02:00 AM
Closed on Sunday and Public Holidays
SGD 26 for 56 admissions
10. Cable Car 1890s Saloon
Cable Car 1890s Saloon is a Japanese whiskey bar that is a branch of the one of the oldest bar in Yokohama Chinatown. The bar offers an array of drinks and some great malts. The interior is similar to that of the San Francisco joint. It is a great place to grab a drink with your friends and coworkers.
A vintage bar in a completely urbanised city, now who wouldn't love that? Colbar is a bar in a shed like setting. Even though the bar prices are similar to that of the town, it is the rustic appeal that attracts the customers.
Formerly Home Club, the Canvas Club is known for its multiple roles - operates as an art gallery during daytime and manages to transform itself in a nightclub during the night, retaining the underground feeling and attracting quality locals. The club specializes in tech, drum and bass, and various other genres of music and has a loyal following. Despite being a newbie in the town, it exhibits a highly progressive nature and seems to be a potential one to become one of the best clubs to enjoy Nightlife in Singapore in the coming few years.
3:00 PM - 3:00 AM
Popular for couples
13. The Other Room
14. Smoke & Mirrors
Situated on top of the National Gallery is the bar, 'Smoke & Mirrors'. The bar has great interiors, boasting of sophistication but what makes it even more beautiful is the exterior view. It's great to sit near the balcony while sipping perfect blended cocktails with your special someone.
15. Attica Nightclub
Attica Nightclub is the hottest and the most happening nightclub in Clarke Quay. Its two levels of different characteristics attract party-goers. Level 1 is a world of flashy lights, immersing beats, sprawling couches with top 40 hits of R&B. The levels can host up to 800 clubbers. The Courtyard which is a cosy alfresco area is perfect for breaks between dances to mingle with friends. The nightclub is incomplete without the Bar Rose that's overlooking the Singapore River. The club follows a trend of dress to impress and has excellent dance and music, exciting crowds, fabulous cocktails and fun-filled atmosphere.
Attica Level 1- Wednesday: 11:00 PM - 04:00 AM; Friday, Saturday, Public Holidays: 10:30 PM - 04:00 AM
Attica Level 2- Wednesday: 11:00 PM - 05:00 AM; Friday, Saturday, Public Holidays: 11:00 PM -05:30 AM
Bar Rose- Tuesday - Saturday, Public Holidays: 06:00 PM onwards
Cost: Wednesday: Ladies night (free for ladies; includes special weekly dessert and complimentary drinks.
For men: SGD30 (inclusive of two drinks)
Fridays and Saturdays: SGD30 (inclusive of two drinks)
Gibson's carefully crafted cocktails and the cosy interiors attract the couples. Gibson has won many awards - Asia's 50 Best Bars, Best New Cocktail Bar 2016 and Top 4 Best New International Cocktail Bar 2016.
Monday- Thursday: 6:00 PM - 01:00 AM;
Friday and Saturday: 6:00 PM - 2:00 AM
17. Mr Punch Public House
Mr Punch Public House plays soft music in the background making it possible to have conversations with your partner or date instead of shouting in their ears. The place is known for the puppet show, 'Punch and Judy'. It has great indoor and outdoor dining areas. The bar menu offers a variety of drinks and cocktails. The food menu is also good and features a 'sharing menu', a fusion of cuisines.
18. Singapore Night Festivals
Every year for two weekends during August, Singapore Night Festival is hosted. American Street becomes a pedestrian-only area. Art forms spill on the street as soon as the sun sets. Every year, the Singapore Night Festival has a different theme. Many international musicians, DJs and performers perform during this festival. Bras Basah/Bugis, an art enclave, brims with celebration.
19. Night Safari
Located next to the Singapore Zoo, the Night Safari is a one of its kind in the world, allowing tourists a tete-a-tete with the nocturnal animals. This is the world's first place that takes you into the world of animals at night without causing them any kind of discomfort. More like a wildlife reserve than a safari, the facility is well-managed, offering an insight of the natural habitat of about 2500 animals residing here.
The fierce animals such as tigers and leopards are behind the barriers but the friendly ones like deer roam freely around. While you explore the 35 hectares of dense forest, it will take some time to adjust to the dim lights. You can either take a tram, a 40-minute ride with live commentary or explore the facility on foot exploring the various geographical zones of the world from rugged Himalayan topography to Africa's swampy banks.
7:15 PM - 12:00 AM,
Last ticket sale at 11:15 PM
Adults: SGD 47,
Children: SGD 31,
Seniors: SGD 20,
Parkhopper Plus: SGD 68 - SGD 88
So many options to explore from, Singapore's nightlife has just the right place for everybody to be at. Most clubs have ladies night on Wednesdays and promotional offers before nine on weekdays.
The Nightlife of Singapore, in general, is worldly famous and people visit Singapore especially to be a part of it. The city comes to light at night, letting you have unlimited fun.