1. Singapore Flyer
Singapore Flyer is Asia’s largest observation wheel standing 165 metres high at Marina Bay offering unseen panoramic views of the spectacular nighttime skyline of Singapore and important landmarks like Sentosa Island, Esplanade Theatre, Statue of Merlion, and Singapore River, etc. If the skies are clear, you can also see sweeping views of Indonesia and Malaysia. You can indulge in an in-flight dining experience to savour authentic Singapore cuisine. The ride’s duration is 30 minutes and the last flight is at 10:15 pm. To book the tickets of Singapore Flyer at discount of 15%.
2. Gardens by the Bay
Gardens by the Bay is an eco-architectural marvel. In the first zone, you will find up to 16-story high tree shaped vertical gardens comprising of over 200 plant species that come alive in the evening during the light & sound show. Walking on the skyway connecting these Supertrees is a thrilling experience. The second zone is The Flower Dome, the largest greenhouse in the world, comprising of flowers from around the world. Cloud Forest, the third zone, is a misty man-made 2000 metre hill that houses exotic plant species from all five continents and the world’s largest artificial waterfall.
Location & Timings: Located at 18 Marina Gardens, the major attractions are open till 9 pm & the outdoor gardens till 2 am.
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3. Night Safari
This is one of the most popular things to do while in Singapore for children and adults alike. This after-the-dark Singapore Nightlife adventure will take you to the Night Safari, which is an open-air park housing over 130 animal species from regions like Himalayas, Malaysia, Africa, etc. You can see exotic animals like Palm Civet, Clouded Leopard, Malayan Tapir, etc. roaming freely. Don’t miss the Safari tram ride complete with a gourmet meal, jungle trails, and Creatures of the Night show. Book the tickets of night Safari at flat 28% off.
Location & Timings: Night Safari is located at 80 Mandai Lake Road and is open till 12:00 am.
4. Marina Bay Sands Skypark observation deck
Marina Bay Sands Skypark is one of the best observation decks and vantage viewpoints in Singapore offering breathtaking views of not only the skyline but also of the major landmarks like the Merlion Park, Sentosa Island, Esplanade Theatre, etc. People from all around the world visit the Skypark to take a dip in the world’s largest rooftop infinity pool and watch the sunset. There is a provision for guided tours in English.
Location & Timings: The Skypark is located on the 57th floor of Marina Bay Sands Hotel and is open till 10:00 pm from Monday-Thursday and till 11:00 pm from Friday-Sunday.
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5. Sentosa Island Cable Car Ride
Taking the Sentosa Island Cable Car in the evening hours is one of the most beautiful Singapore nightlife experiences that you will have. This cable car links mainland Singapore to Sentosa Island assuring you of some of the most breathtaking aerial views of the dazzling high-rises in the city, Universal Studios, Mount Faber Park, etc. lit up at night. Not only this, you can indulge in authentic Singapore food in the cable car.
You can opt for a ride of 90 minutes or 60 minutes. The cable car has continuous rides from 8:45 am- 10:00 pm, the last one being at 9:30 pm.
6. Wings of time
You can always trust Singapore to leave you awestruck with the futuristic innovation in every piece of architecture and concept. Wings of Time is the only permanent night show in the world that is performed right on the sea waters. Amazing 3D laser projections, choreographed water fountains, and psychedelic colors converge to tell a beautiful story of love and courage. Watched on a gigantic water screen, this musical act, the illuminated sets, theatrics, and memorable characters are sure to stay with you for a long time to come.
The show takes place at 7:40 pm and 8: 40 pm every day at the Siloso Beach on Sentosa Island.
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7. Singapore river cruise
Singapore has a beautifully mystic culture and heritage worth knowing. The best way to do so is to take a 90- minute electric bumboat water tour on the Singapore River. You will cruise leisurely on the river seeing the architectural landmarks like the statue of the Merlion, Marina Bay Sands, Esplanade Theatre, etc. in their full glory when they are lit up at night time with millions of lights.
You can board the bumboat from Clarke Quay Jetty River Cruise ticketing counter. The cruise departs every 30 minutes from 9:00 am- 11:00 pm every day.
8. Marina Bay Sands Casino
Known as the world’s most expensive standalone casino, located at the Marina Bay Sands Hotel, the casino has over 3000 gaming machines offering the latest casino games like Money Wheel, Craps, Sic Bo, Texas Hold’em Bonus, etc. It is spread over 4 levels comprising of table games, electronic table games, and slot games. It is open 24 hours every day. There are plenty of great dining options offering traditional Singapore and international cuisine. Definitely a not to be missed Singapore nightlife experience.
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9. Skyline luge
Travellers interested in testing their fitness and having a bit of fun on the side can indulge in Luge, which is an Olympic level game. This exhilarating game will let you slide downhill at a moderate to high speed that is completely dependent on one’s capability to steer it. You can choose between three trails- Dragon (688m), Expedition (658m), and Kupu Kupu (638m).
You can enjoy Luge at Skyline Luge Sentosa, Beach Station, 45 Siloso Beach Walk, Sentosa from 10:00 am- 9:30 pm every day.
10. Clarke Quay
Clarke Quay is one of the most popular hotspots for enjoying the world famous Singapore nightlife. There are amazing bars, including sports bars & microbreweries, known for their vibe, energy, and the huge variety of cocktails available. People travel from all over the place to see live bands playing, to dance, and enjoy the wide array of food available. Some of the best bars to visit in Clarke Quay are McGettigan’s, Shuffle Bistro Bar, The Pump Room, etc. Most of the bars in Clarke Quay open around 6 pm and close around 3 am.
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11. Orchard Road
Orchard Road, also known as the fashion street of Singapore, offers some of the best nightclubs lined in the swanky and breezy environs. The Emerald Hill Street, a quaint street built in the 1920s, houses some of the most popular bars for having a great selection of bottled and draught beers. Other popular nightclubs along the road are Alley Bar, Hard Rock Café, Martini Bar at Mezza9, Oriole Café & Bar, Horse’s Mouth, and Brix, etc. for the best taste of Singapore nightlife.
12. Spectra Show at Marina Bay
Spectra Show is a not to be missed stunningly choreographed show of LED & laser projections, dancing fountains, and visual effects. This larger than life light and water show is displayed over the promenade on the waters. The show is stitched together with a four-act story reflecting the journey of Singapore from a quiet trading centre to one of the best-loved cosmopolitan landmark cities in the world. The Spectra show is held at 10 Bayfront Avenue every day at 8:00 pm, 9:00 pm, 9: 15 pm, 10:00 pm, and 10:15 pm and is free for everybody.
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