Singapore Nightlife: 3 Places You Should Try and Visit

Clark Quay SingaporeAs the night falls, Singapore transforms into a vibrant city that offers different activities and places to enjoy. From live entertainment venues to casual and formal dining establishments, locals and tourists might even forget to track their time. The nightlife scene is extensive that a single night isn’t enough to try everything Singapore has to offer.

If you’re looking for things to do in Singapore then you shouldn’t miss out on the following spots:


Dubbed the highest rooftop bar in Singapore and the world, this interactive hub occupies floors (levels 61 to 63) of the One Raffles Place. It has three concepts – a sports bar with a golf simulator (282), a European restaurant (Stellar), and an al fresco gastro bar (1-Altitude Gallery and Bar) – that allow you to enjoy a 360-degree view of the city.


This island resort attracts 20 million people per year with recreational spots, such as Resorts World Sentosa, Fort Siloso, a two-kilometre long beach, and two golf courses. If you want something different, why not go sightseeing at Siloso Beach? A show featuring 3D projection mapping, pyrotechnics, robotic water fountains, state-of-the-art lasers, and giant water jets takes place every night. It’s the only permanent night show in the world performed on open sea.

Clarke Quay

This night hub is a combination of dining, drinking, and clubbing spots. Party until you drop with a number of restaurants, concept bars, recreation outlets, and retail stores along the Singapore River. It’s near the Clarke Quay MRT Station and the Central Business District, so you won’t easily get lost. Attica, Bar Opiume, The Chupitos Bar, and Zouk are only some of the bars and pubs you should try visiting.

These are only some of the most remarkable nightlife spots you can find in Singapore. There are still many more to discover, so go ahead and take a tour to enjoy the experience.