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Singapore Nightlife


Singapore’s diverse nightlife options include something for everyone – from the high arts of opera, classical music, and cutting edge drama, to a night on the town at a nightclub or pub.

The Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay presents excellent opera, ballet, and classical music performances.
 
Singapore’s bars and clubs are around Emerald Hill, off Orchard Road, Boat, Robertson, and Clarke Quays, Chinatown and Far East Square, and in the Colonial District. Also, Bugis Street, although not as raunchy as it was 30 years ago, is re-emerging as a nightlife hotspot. Expats head for Holland Village. You are generally safe wherever you go at night, as assaults on tourists are virtually unheard of in Singapore.
 

Riverside

Don’t miss the night action at Boat Quay, Clarke Quay/Riverside Point. Both areas have riverside walkways, lots of bars clubs and restaurants and are the hub of alfresco dining in the city.
 

Selected bars and nightclubs

 

Ministry of Sound

Progressive house, funky beats, electro, hip-hop/R&B, disco and soulful house from a multi-million dollar sound system complemented by digital imaging projectors and special effects machines.
Block 3C The Cannery, River Valley Road, Clarke Quay
6333 4168
$25 inclusive of 2 housepour drinks.
Wednesdays to Saturdays – 9pm to 4am
 

Asoka Music Lounge

This Indian bar plays hip-hop and Bollywood soundtracks, and has live music after 9pm nightly.
03–02a  Kallang Leisure Park, 5 Stadium Walk
644 4200

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