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Singapore Nightlife

The fun in Singapore really starts when night falls. Along with world-class dining, an exciting entertainment scene and of course, vibrant nightlife, there are many sizzling surprises that await you after sundown—making this town perfect for the 24-hour party animal. From mellowing out at chill bars to guzzling beers with your buddies at a pub, snuggling at romantic hotspots to relaxing with a cool cocktail at an alfresco hangout, dancing the night away at clubs to grooving to some live music, there’s always something to suit your mood.

Café del Mar

40 Siloso Beach Walk, Siloso Beach, Sentosa, H (65) 6276-6616. HarbourFront
Soak up the balmy sea breeze while sipping ice cool sangrias amid luscious chill-out beats at this beach-front bar. Affiliated with the famous Ibizan bar with the same name, Café del Mar boasts picturesque sea views, tropical sensuality, Balearic decadence and a welcome respite from the hubbub of the city.


13A Dempsey Road, (65) 6476-2922. Orchard
Sitting snug in the lush Dempsey area and away from the hoi polloi of Orchard Road is Hacienda.
With its manicured greens and laid-back charm, Hacienda provides the perfect setting to kick back with a freshly pulled pint of ice-cold beer or an expertly mixed mojito.

1 Twenty Six

#01-26 Playground @ Big Splash, 902 East Coast Parkway, H (65) 6348-2126. Paya Lebar
Nestled on Singapore’s East Coast, the sea-fronting 1 Twenty Six lets you sip cool sundowners while listening to an even cooler soundtrack provided by its resident band or DJ.
Like a secret hideaway, this gastro bar occupies a spacious Balinese-style alfresco area with trellis decking and boasts design highlights such as hidden alcoves, nifty water features and chic outdoor furniture.

Muddy Murphy’s Irish Pub

#B1-01 Orchard Hotel Shopping Arcade, 442 Orchard Road, H (65) 6735-0400.

This nice and cosy watering hole is one of the oldest Irish bars in Singapore and has an indoor cottage setting as well as an Irish alfresco “farmyard” complete with barrels. Delight in its generous happy hour deals, delicious Irish fare and exciting live music by some of Singapore’s most talented musicians.

Paulaner Brauhaus

#01-01 Millenia Walk, 9 Raffles Boulevard, H (65) 6883-2572. City Hall
The place to go for authentic German beers. Located in a unique three-storey glass building, this boisterous pub boasts its own microbrewery.
Indulge in its delectable German brews like Munich lager while tucking into the signature grilled pork knuckle.
A great place to oom-pah-pah the night away!

The Queen & Mangosteen

#01-106/107 VivoCity, 1 HabourFront Walk, H (65) 6376- 9380. HarbourFront
Enjoy the breathtaking views of the harbour while sitting at their sea-front bar with a cool Pimms & Lemonade. The Pub name refers to Queen Victoria’s penchant for the purple fruit.
This modern English bar also boasts spiffy gourmet pub grub with an Asian twist that goes along well with pints of Archipelago beer.

The Pump Room

#01-09/10 Block B Clarke Quay, 3 River Valley Road, H (65) 6334- 2628. Clarke Quay
Other than its delicious range of microbrewed beer and sumptuous bistro fare, The Pump Room is known also for its rocking live music, namely its resident band Jive Talkin which belts out infectious rock and pop hits.

Shanghai Dolly

#01-01 Block B The Foundry, Clarke Quay, River Valley Road, H (65) 6336-7676. Clarke Quay
Soak up luxurious period era Shanghai-chic grooves at the newest club to hit Clarke Quay.
Shanghai Dolly consists of a lobby bar, the main hall and a restaurant and a piano bar located on the 2nd floor.
Be entertained by bands Queen and Starway helmed by the likes of iconic Canto-pop singers William Scorpion and Jia Qi.


Timbre@ The Arts House, #01-04 The Arts House, 1 Old Parliament Lane, H (65) 6336-3386. Raffles Place; Timbre @ The Substation, 45 Armenian Street, H (65) 6338-8277. City Hall; Timbre @ Old School, #01-05 Old School, 11a Mount Sophia, H (65) 6338-0800. Dhoby Ghaut

This live music institution has excellent sounds at its three venues.
The vibe is consistent throughout: a languid alfresco setting that’s ideal for kicking back with friends over drinks with live music provided by its roster of notable resident bands.

St. James Power Station

#01-01, 3 Sentosa Gateway, H (65) 6270-7676. HarbourFront
This mammoth party complex— Singapore’s largest night-life destination—boasts nine outlets in all, each featuring different genres of musical delights, from R&B and Mandopop to Latin and alternative rock.


17 Jiak Kim Street, H (65) 6738- 2988. Orchard
Since its inception in 1991, this nightlife institution has been entertaining crowds with its blend of electronic dance music, from house and techno to R&B and Top 40 hits.
Recently awarded “Best Nightspot Experience” at the inaugural Singapore Experience Awards 2009, it is made up of four outlets: Zouk, Phuture, Wine Bar and Velvet Underground.
Every weekend, Zouk continues to host a string of internationally renowned DJs playing alongside its residents and it is still the place to party like it’s going out of style.


Block C Clarke Quay, 3 River Valley Road, H (65) 6333-4168. Clarke Quay
Putting the P in Party in Clarke Quay is none other than mega club Zirca.
The latest club gem to enliven the riverfront scene, Zirca promises to change the way you party.
Zirca regularly plays host to acts such as Craig David and Datarock. Resident DJs Josh, Marcus and Kennerve as well as other international guest DJs are always on hand to treat you to stylish electronic dance music.

Cocktail Couture

The best cocktails bars for the most discerning of drinkers.

Bar Opiume

IndoChine Waterfront, Asian Civilisations Museum, 1 Empress Place, H (65) 6339-2876. www. Raffles Place
If it’s the excitement and decadence of Singapore you want to experience, then Bar Opiume is the place to be.
Trendy and cool, this cocktail bar is popular among the hip and savvy.
The live band serves a musical palette that ranges from chill out to jazz.
On a balmy evening there’s nothing quite like sipping a chilled cocktail and watching the reflection of the setting sun glistening on the historic Singapore River.

New Asia

71st/72nd Floor Equinox Complex, Swissôtel The Stamford, 2 Stamford Road, H (65) 6837-3322. www. City Hall
Enjoy some of Singapore’s most popular sights at a glance at Swissôtel The Stamford’s trendy New Asia bar which boasts a phenomenal view of the Singapore River and the Esplanade—Theatres on the Bay.
Cosy up in one of the many oversized armchairs or at the bar with a Stamford Tower (one of their many speciality cocktails) in one hand while soaking up the scenery.
Best time to drop by is when evening is near and you can catch the beautiful setting sun against the city backdrop.


2nd Floor Odeon Towers, 331 North Bridge Road, H (65) 6334-4080. City Hall
Related to Amsterdam’s famous club of the same name, Supperclub combines art, dining and clubbing all under one roof.
With sexy and luscious interiors and an electric atmosphere throughout, a night out here is never the same twice.

Stereolab and Stereolounge

Ground Floor, Pan Pacific Hotel, 7 Raffles Boulevard, H (65) 6337- 0800. City Hall
Enjoy smooth grooves and soulful house beats at this plush dance club and resto-bar.
Head here to get a taste of the highlife on weekend nights when the beautiful clientele provides lots of eye-candy. It’s also a hotspot for celebrities—luminaries such as Tamara Ecclestone and Sir Richard Branson have graced its dance floors.


#03-07 Odeon Towers Extension Rooftop, 331 North Bridge Road, H (65) 6338-8035. City Hall
Fresh air meets potent drinks at the city’s hippest rooftop watering hole.
Night owls and culture vultures have been flocking here for some after-hours rooftop tête-àtête and cocktail swirling amid the hip back-to-nature décor coupled with stunning views of the city skyline.
Keep your ears peeled for the brilliant downtempo electronica on the decks.
Cocktail lovers will like the fiery hot tom yum and the indulgent Gummiberry creations.


Roof terrace, 4th Floor Esplanade— Theatres on the Bay, 1 Esplanade Drive H (65) 9733 6911. www. City Hall
Orgo is located in the fresh, open-air rooftop space atop the Esplanade—Theatres on the Bay.
This new addition to the bar circuit offers a breathtaking 360-degree view of Marina Bay, including a panorama of the business district and a phenomenal vista of the Marine Bay Sands.
Helming the bar is Japanese celebrity mixologist Tomoyuki Kitazoe whose creations include the soursop calamansi martini.
If soaking up the balmy evening weather doesn’t tickle your fancy, you can adjourn to one of the three air-conditioned glass rooms available for private hire.


#01-04 Wessex Estate, 5B Portsdown Road, H (65) 6479- 6911. Redhill
Hidden away in tranquil Wessex Estate in Portsdown Road, this speakeasy-style bar has become the height of cool and has set benchmarks with its classy decór, atmosphere, clientele and door policy (it’s sitting only, so do call early).
The same attention to detail is employed by the expertly trained mixologists who will magically produce a myriad of luxury bespoke cocktails.

Sex in Singapore

If your looking for sex in Singapore then Orchard Towers and the Four Floors of Whores is the place to go.
Orchard Towers is a 20 storey building of which the shops close at 7.30pm and the nightlife starts, here you will find discos, bars and many prostitutes from countries such as Thailand, Indonesia, China, India.