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What to Do in Singapore at Night?

Visit Night Safari, Enjoy a Ride at Singapore Flyer, Visit Gardens by the Bay, Enjoy Sentosa Island’s Cable Car Ride, Visit Marina Bay Sands Skypark Observation Deck, Enjoy the Amazing Show at Wings of Time, Explore Singapore River Cruise and many more.

Pulling an all-nighter is not something that you will find hard to plan, with quite many things to do in Singapore at night. As you set out on the streets of the city, you will find people taking a sundown stroll and crowds filling in towards bars and restaurants to get their meals and drinks fixed. So, if you are wondering what to do in Singapore at night, there are more than a dozen activities that you can engage in.  

What is most interesting about night activities in Singapore is that the city offers not just a glitz of lights and sounds at bars, discos and street markets but also brings you closer to nature with its magical shores on beaches. So, not only can you spend your time shopping at the Chinatown Street Market, Bugis Street Market, Tekka Centre and more. For those with a thrill for adventure, a cable car ride to view the Singapore skyline or a ride at the GX-5 Extreme Swing at Clarke Quay offers an exciting way to spend the night.

If you are looking to try something different and out of the box, then take a trip to the Henderson waves and observe the flora and fauna from above, or stargaze at the Seletar rocket tower. For more sporty fun at night, visit the decathlon Singapore lab to try out a game.
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Must Things to do In Singapore at Night

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Visit Night Safari

Your visit to Singapore will be incomplete if you do not go for a nocturnal safari experience. As the sun sets, the gates to Night Safari open to take you on a one of its kind journey in the dense rainforests of Singapore. Whether you choose the 35-minute tram ride to explore on foot – the rich experience will you mesmerized. 

Learn about the world’s seven geographical zones and witness the vibrant fauna of Singapore, explore the giant aviaries and watch giant squirrels and foxes fly next to you.

Location: Mandai

Timings:
 Monday to Sunday: 7:15 PM to midnight

How to Book: Night Safari Singapore ticket with a discount of  28%

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Enjoy a Ride at Singapore Flyer

Asia’s largest Ferris wheel at a height of 165m, the Singapore Flyer is an observational wheel offering panoramic views of the Marina Bay, Singapore River, and Merlion Park. Step into one of the air-conditioned glass capsules at night to embark on a captivating 30-minute journey. 

A truly thrilling journey to the top offers stunning day and night views up to 35 kilometers away. Besides you can enjoy fine dining and cocktails at the top in one of the special in-flight packages if that strikes your fancy.

Location: Marina Bay

Timings: 
Monday to Sunday: 8 AM to 10 PM

How to Book: Singapore Flyer Tickets With Garden By The Bay with a discount of 15%

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Visit Gardens by the Bay

If you want to give the folks back home something to talk about, pay a visit to the Gardens by the Bay after dark. A truly futuristic marvel, skywalking through the gardens is one of the most hyped activities to do in Singapore at night. Absolute fun for both kids and adults, the 250 acres structure features supertrees – steel framed plantations – a unique experience in itself. 

But that’s not all! Discover hundreds of plants and trees, chill in the greenhouses and experience fine dining in the rooftop open restaurants and bars in Singapore. The gardens are open till 2 AM so go after dusk and enjoy the light show from the supertree groves!

Location: Marina Gardens

Timings: 
Monday to Sunday: 9 AM to 2 AM

How to Book: 
Gardens By The Bay Ticket with a discount of 16% 

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Enjoy Sentosa Island’s Cable Car Ride

One of the best ways to appreciate the sprawling beauty of Singapore is by taking a cable car ride at Sentosa Island. Treat yourself to panoramic aerial views of the city, along with its blurred lights in the night. The Singapore Cable Car ride in Sentosa Island promises you unparalleled views of the beautiful Keppel harbour against the dazzling city skyline. Gaining about 347 feet of height, this cable car ride, overlooking Mount Faber Park and other wonders, probably beats any observation deck!

It is one of the most thrilling things to do in Singapore at night. If you’re travelling with your significant other, there is also an option of Cable Car Sky Dining, which is essentially your private cable car where you can spend some precious moments together while digging into a savoury four-course meal!

Location: 1 Harbourfront Avenue, Tower 2, Keppel Bay Tower

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 08:45 AM to 09:30 PM

How to Book:
Cable Car Tickets at Flat 25% Off

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Visit Marina Bay Sands Skypark Observation Deck

If there’s only one place you visit in Singapore, let the iconic observation deck at Marina Bay Sands be it! Make sure to visit the place after sunset - you will not regret it. The incredible night views of Singapore’s cityscape from a height of 600 feet will truly take your breath away. The Marina Bay Sands Skypark lures countless travellers into its bounds every day, and for good reason, too.

The deck brings you jaw-dropping views of not just the sweeping cityscape and its twinkling lights, but also of some of Singapore’s most beautiful wonders like the Singapore Strait, Supertree Glove, and Gardens By The Bay. A marvel on the face of the city, Marina Bay Sands is one of the most luxurious places to visit in Singapore at night.

Location:
 Level 57, Marina Bay Sands Hotel Tower 3, 10 Bayfront Avenue

Timings:
Monday to Sunday: 09:30 AM to 10:00 PM

How to Book: 
Marina Bay Observation Deck at Flat 25% Off

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Enjoy the Amazing Show at Wings of Time

The spectacular show that is hosted every night at Wings of Time is one of the most entertaining ways to end your perfect day in Sentosa. The show is based on the theme of bravery and friendship and is performed against the backdrop of the vast sea.

Featuring waterworks, laser works as well as fireworks, the show attracts countless travellers every night, promising a night to remember. The colossal water screen, along with several 3D projectors and robotics, come together to weave a riveting story that will keep you hooked. It is one of the most unusual places to visit in Singapore at Night.

Location: 
Wings of Time, 50 Beach View

Timings:
 Monday to Sunday: 07:40 PM to 08:05 PM; 08:40 PM to 09:05 PM

How to Book: Wings Of Time tickets at Flat 30% Off

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Explore Singapore River Cruise

Some of Singapore’s iconic attractions are truly one of their kind and the best way to appreciate them is on the classic Singapore River Cruise. The bumboat takes you on a memorable tour of the city’s blend of culture and architecture in about 40 minutes. This guided tour is conducted on bumboats, which had originally served the purpose of transportation of goods and cargo.

The modern, greatly improved version of bumboats are now used to show Singapore and its beautiful harbour in a whole new light. A ride of the river cruise is one of the most exciting things to do in Singapore at night.

Location:
 30 Merchant Road

Timings:
Monday to Sunday: 09:00 AM to 11:00 PM

How to Book: River Cruise tickets at Flat 25% Off

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FunVee Night Tour

One of the best things to do in Singapore at night is taking a tour of the city in the FunVee Night City Rider. This open-top double-decker bus takes you on a beautiful journey through the winding alleyways and streets of Singapore, starting with the beautiful Gardens By The Bay. Capturing the essence of Singapore, the Gardens beautifully justify Singapore’s reputation as the premier Garden City, making it a great place to live. The Garden Rhapsody is absolutely unmissable.

Next up, head to the Supertrees for the dazzling light show that paints up the sky. The bus ride takes you past the Merlion Park, followed by the Padang and National Gallery- some of the most widely visited places in the city. The stopover to the vibrant Haji Lane is a dashing wrap of your night ride!

Location: City Tourist Hub Marina Square Shopping Mall

Timings: Monday to Sunday: Starting from 06:30 PM

How to Book: Funvee Night Tour at Flat 27% Off

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Visit Night Luge Sentosa

As the sun sets and darkness takes over, gear up for one of its kind, adrenaline pumping adventure. The night luge in Sentosa is a fun mixture of stunning natural splendor, vibrant lights, and mystical forests. Satisfy your need for speed as you hurtle down the winding tracks and hairpin turns at breakneck velocity. 

Explore the mysterious tunnels and beautiful rainforests in colorful lighting. Multiple trails are available for rookies too – graceful, calm and yet captivating. Go alone or take along your little ones – this is one most amazing things to do in Singapore at night.

Location: Imbiah Road

Timings:
 
Monday to Sunday: 10 AM to 9:30 PM

How to Book: Skyline Luge Sentosa And Skyride Ticket at Flat 30%

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Enjoy Spectra Show at Marina Bay

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Witnessing the light show at Event Plaza is one of the most sensational activities to do in Singapore at night. The 15-minute show will leave you mesmerized with its stunning confluence of light, water and music powered by powerful lasers, fountains and huge projectors. 

Behold the dazzling 12-meter high central glass prism and catch the stunning view of golden Marina Bay sands through it. Experience a night of unforgettable memories with friends and family as the wondrous delights you over and over.

Location: Event Plaza

Entry fees: Free

Timings: Monday-Thursday & Sunday: 8 PM and 9 PM
                Friday & Saturday: 8 PM, 9 PM and 10 PM

Must Read: 15 Best Festivals in Singapore

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Bar Hopping

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Possibly one of the most common nightlife routines – bar hopping in Singapore is on entirely different level. Whether it is the Black Swan with its $2 oysters and open courtyard spaces, or the famous dive bar Cascadian Pato that offers best chicken wings on the island – there is more to bar hopping in Singapore than just alcohol.

Enjoy your favourite craft beer under the night sky at Al Capone’s and take in the relaxing atmosphere at Loof.

Location: Marina Bay, Tanjong Pagar Road

Price: Rs 525 to INR 2600

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 8 PM to 3 AM

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Visit Bugis Night Market

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Get ready to lighten your jingling pockets at the biggest, cheapest, and hottest market on the island. Loved equally by locals and tourists, shopping at Bugis is one of the most fun things to do in Singapore at night! An epicenter of high-class restaurants, swanky bars and trendy cafes – the Bugis is now all covered, so you can shop late into the night come rain or shine. Find cheap clothes, souvenirs, postcards, key chains for as little as $1 - truly a shopper’s delight.

Location: Bugis Street

Entry fees: Free

Timings: 
Monday to Sunday: 9 AM to 10 AM

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Visit Chinatown at Night

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Whether you’re craving exotic street food or want to go on a dinner and movie date, whether you prefer club hopping and getting drunk or shopping till midnight – there is something for everybody in Chinatown. Rooftop bars with scenic views and sophisticated décor where you can chat without yelling.

Street markets selling everything from clothes to technology, furniture to handicraft. After work joints offering artisanal beer and fancy snacks. Nightlife at Chinatown is a vortex that will draw you in and leave you mesmerized.

Location: Outram

Entry Fees: Free of Cost and no timing restrictions

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Hub of Nightlife - Clarke Quay

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This is especially for all the nightlife enthusiasts out there. The nightlife hotspot of the city, Clark Quay is applauded for its classy club parties and restaurants. Possibly the liveliest nook in Singapore, Clark Quay is essentially a magnificent collection of nightclubs, pubs, bars, and restaurants.

Some of the best-known names here are Dreams, Attica, Shiraz, Octopus, Highlander, Le Noir, and Beer Market. Enjoy a wild night out with your buddies, while swaying to the foot-tapping tunes of the live bands or simply drinking the night away! 
Though these clubs are a little high on the cost side, you’ll get your dollars’ worth.

Location: 3, River Valley Road

Price: Entry prices starting from SGD 30 - 40 / INR 1,500 - 2,000 

Timings: Monday to Sunday: Open till midnight

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Gambling at Marina Bay Sands Casino

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One of the finest casinos in Asia, the Marina Bay Sands Casino offers an extensive range of games for all players. With over 200 games and 350 game tables, and home to the largest ever Swarovski crystal chandeliers, it is one of the most expensive casinos in the world!

Stretching over an area of 1,60,000 square feet, the property spans four floors and is furnished with over 2,500 game machines, leaving you spoilt for choice. While the casino is one of the greatest places to visit in Singapore at night, there are certain rules to be followed, pertaining to responsible gambling.

Location: Marina Bay Sands Avenue

Price: Entry charges starting from SGD 150 / INR 7,800

Timings: Monday to Sunday: Open 24 hours

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Offbeat Things to do in Singapore at Night

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Gourmet Bus Dinner Tour

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Of all the unconventional dining options in Singapore, the Singapore Gourmet Bus steals the show! Combining the savoury delights of delicious local cuisines with great views of the city, the gourmet-bus dining experience is truly one of its kind, not only in Singapore but also in Asia.

Imagine the joy of fine dining with the aesthetics of the bus and the surrounding views...well, we just described heaven, didn’t we?  Well, it’s just a small peek at the stock of amazing this gourmet bus has in store for you.

Price:
 Prices starting from SGD 70 / INR 3,500

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 12:00 PM to 01:30 PM for lunch, 07:00 PM to 09:00 PM for dinner

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Dining at Faber Peak

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If you want to pamper your senses and taste buds, a luxurious dinner at the top of Faber Peak is one of the most relaxing things to do in Singapore at night. Enjoy your delectable meals while looking out at some of the most breathtaking views of the city. Indulge your taste buds in the delicious cuisine with the breathtaking views of the Sentosa HarbourFront and the skyline greeting you.

The restaurant, Good Old Days is a traveller-favourite here. Its vibes are in keeping with its name, decorated as it is with elegant furnishings from the colonial times. The interior of the restaurant is set up to resemble a colonics-era bungalow. If you’re spending a day in Sentosa, a dinner at the top of Mount Faber is the best way to end it!

Location: 60 Siloso Beach Walk

Price: Prices starting from SGD 16 / INR 800

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 11:00 AM to 10:00 PM

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Sky Dining on Singapore Cable Car

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Whether you want to pop the question to your partner, or just want to spend a quiet, romantic dinner with them, count on the Singapore cable car sky dining experience for a night to remember. Perfect for those looking to spend a remarkable night with their significant other, while staying true to the spirit of adventure, the Cable Car Sky Dining Experience brings your incredible views of Sentosa, Mount Faber, and Harbourfront.

One of the most romantic things to do in Singapore at night, the dinner ride allows you to savour the tantalising four-course meal while the surrounding views of the city skyline leave you awed. Bringing you a private, elegantly designed cable car, the Cable Car Sky Dining option promises to top your wildest idea of a romantic dinner.

Location: 1 Harbourfront Avenue, Tower 2, Keppel Bay Tower

Price: Prices starting at SGD 66 / INR 3,500 per couple

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 08:45 AM to 09:30 PM

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Enjoy at Movie Mob

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One of the most popular monthly rituals in Singapore is Movie Mob – where people set up projectors out in the open and watch a movie under the glorious night sky. Movie Mob is held in several locations throughout Singapore. At the Tanjong beach, you can catch a flick along with a stunning sunset over the ocean and the gentle seaside breeze.

The Open Air Cinema Club is a must visit for fans of old movies. Enjoy a picnic and a movie at the Films at the Fort. If you are lucky, may be able to find one of those old-school drive-in screenings!

Location: Movie Mobs are held at several locations in Singapore

Entry fees: Free of cost

Timings: Timings vary from venue to venue

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Watch the Stunning Water Effects at Crane Dance

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Portraying a magical story about the blue crane and the pink crane falling in love, the Sentosa Crane Dance is one of the grandest light and sound shows in the world. Spanning 30 meters of height, the cranes are fashioned out of steel, acting out the storyline against a background of vibrant colours.

This dramatic crane love story is a magical experience and ends with the said cranes taking off into the dazzling night sky. One of the greatest ways to wrap up your day in Sentosa, this audio-visual delight is 10 minutes long, held in a huge open amphitheatre, and starts at 08:00 PM every day.

Location: 8 Sentosa Gateway

Price: This light and sound show is free of cost.

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 08:00 PM to 08:15 PM

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Enjoy Cosmic Bowling

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Looking for a fun night out with your squad? A lighthearted bowling competition of cosmic bowling is all you need. The fact that this game is played amidst a hypnotic swirl of neon lights has earned it the name.

Weighted bowling balls are used to strike the bowling pins while your team-building skills are put to test. Indulging in a friendly game of cosmic bowling is one of the most entertaining things to do in Singapore at night.

Location: Planet Bowl, Changi Resort Bowl, Westwood Bowl, and Kallang Bowl are some of the most well-known bowling alleys in the city.
 

Price: Prices start from SGD 18 / INR 1,000

Time: 
Monday - Thursday & Sunday:  10 AM to 1 AM
          Friday - Saturday: 10 AM to 3 AM
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Enjoy Night Cycling

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Adventure enthusiasts’ favorites in Singapore includes night cycling through the scenic trails and iconic landmarks of the island. But if you’ve never done it before, don’t cross it off the list without trying. While it may appear daunting at first, riding through the night can be one of the most liberating experiences.

You can embark on the thrilling journey alone or as a group. There are countless picturesque trails offering a night away from the crowds coupled with natural splendor, lush rainforests, scenic beaches and rustic dirt paths.

Location: eastern coastal loop, marina bay, northern coastal loop

Entry Fee: No entry fees and no timing restrictions

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Visit Handerson Waves Bridge

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Perched 36 meters above ground level, the undulating Henderson Waves bridge is the country’s highest pedestrian bridge. The splendid swirl of the bridge resembles an ocean wave and does justice to its name. This spectacular wave bridge is crafted with steel arches and slabs of Balau wood, native to Southeast Asia.

Running 274 meters in length, it also features shell-like seating areas where you can rest and enjoy the breathtaking views of the city. Every night, the bridge is lit up by a series of dazzling LED lights that add to its magic. If you’re a shutterbug, you’re in for a real treat.


Location: 221 Henderson Road Henderson Building

Timings: Open 24 hours
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Stargazing at the Science Center

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Whether you go with your little ones to give them a taste of celestial wonder or you are an astronomy buff yourself – there is no better way to spend a Friday night than gazing at night sky at the Science Center Observatory. Preceded by a 30-minute talk show and planetarium tour, get lost in the wonders of the universe, witness various planets and explore constellations galore.

Location: Science Center Road

Entry fees: Free family stargazing sessions on Friday

Timings: 
 Monday to Sunday: 7.45 PM to 10 PM

Know More: 30 Glorious Museums in Singapore

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Halloween Horror Night

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One of the most exciting places to visit in Singapore at night is Universal Studios, the first of its kind in Southeast Asia. The Halloween Horror Nights in Universal Studios is a treat for those who have a thing for jump scares.

A collection of haunted houses, scare zones, killer shows, with the Zombie Laser Tag being the cherry on top, the horror zone has different sections carrying different levels of scary elements. If you’re a horror movie fan, a visit to the Halloween Horror Nights is almost obligatory for you!

Location: Universal Studios, 8 Sentosa Gateway, Sentosa Island

Price: Tickets starting from SGD 60 / INR 3,000

Time: Monday to Sunday: 06:30 PM onwards

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Other Things to do in Singapore at Night

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Night shopping at Don Don Donki and Mustafa Center

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Japanese culture is immensely popular in Singapore – a manifestation of the same is Don Don Donki, a Japanese retail store in the heart of the shopping district. Mustafa Center is another such market style shopping center in Singapore. Open 24x7, these supermarkets are one stop shop for all your midnight cravings – whether it be cookies, dry fruits or perishable gourmet items.

But that’s not all, the shops also offer an extensive array of household items, technology, fashion, toys and handicraft items. Fulfill your dream of shopping late into the night here.

Location: Orchard Central and Syed Alwi Road

Entry fees: Free

Timings:
 
Monday to Sunday: Open 24 hrs

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Haw Par Villa Twilight Walking Experience

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Watch the amusing secrets of the sculptures unfurl before you as you take an extensive two-hour walk through Haw Par Villa. Opened for the first time in the year 1937, the park is a tribute to the founder of the Tiger Balm ointment. Alternatively known as Tiger Balm Garden, Haw Par Villa also introduces you to fascinating stories of the rise and fall of the Aw family.

As one of the most interesting things to do in Singapore at night, the twilight walking experience also sheds some light on the views of death and the afterlife as shared by some of the major cultures of the world. The Chinese mythology section of the walk rekindles your curiosity too.


Location: Haw Par Villa, 262 Pasir Panjang Road

Price: Starting from SGD 25 / INR 1,200

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 09:00 AM to 10:00 PM

Also Read: 35 Best Things to do in Singapore this Weekend
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Visit The Espalande

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The mecca for art aficionados – Esplanade is a charity and non-profit arts theatre famous for its free performances and breathtaking architecture. The motto at Esplanade is that art is for everyone – everyday performances are held in the outdoor area for the general public without any cost. This is among the must-visit places in Singapore. 

Enjoy an evening dipped in art and culture at Esplanade, ranging from local concerts to music festivals of Malaysia and Thailand. Besides, the area houses a beautiful boat shaped concert hall and the red and gold opera houses. After taking a stroll through the theater, you can go for shopping at the nearby Esplanade Mall.

Location: Downtown Core

Entry fees: Free 

Timings:
  Monday to Sunday: 6 AM to 3 AM

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Enjoy at Comedy Clubs

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One of the most fun things to do in Singapore at night is to visit a comedy club and watch your worries melt away. Witty one-liners, political gags, punchlines, crude jokes, and biting satires – whatever your preference may be, you’ll find it here. Some of them even offer free drinks and food! What more can you ask for? Home to more than a dozen vibrant comedy clubs, Singapore is the ideal destination for those looking for a good laugh.

It is not uncommon to find these clubs jam-packed on any given weeknight – so be sure to book your seat in advance.

Location: Raffles Place, Rochor, Chinatown

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Visit Botanic Gardens

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Declared by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, the Botanic Gardens are a star attraction for nature lovers, children and botany enthusiasts. Featuring a host of botanical and horticulture attractions, the gardens also offer educational and vocational events held amidst the lush green landscapes. A wonderful place to disconnect from the hustle and bustle of city life – the gardens are even more pleasant at night with mesmerizing lights and sounds. If you are enjoying your honeymoon in Singapore then take a visit to beautiful botanic gardens with your soulmate.

Location: Cluny Road

Entry fees: free of cost

Timings: 5 AM to midnight

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Explore Thrill at GX-5 Extreme Swing

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If you’re craving a taste of adrenaline, head to the GX-5 Extreme Swing at Clark Quay. Brought in from New Zealand, the GX-5 Extreme Swing is the big daddy of all thrilling rides. Taking Bungy jumping to a whole new level the Extreme Swing shoots you up 50 meters in the air and then leaves you oscillating like a pendulum going at 120 km per hour.

Go all out with the thrill here, preferably on an empty stomach for obvious reasons. Start your evening with the Extreme Swing ride and then head out for dinner at one of the many restaurants at Clark Quay.

Location: 3E River Valley Rd, #01-G-X5, Clarke Quay Blk E

Price: Tickets starting from SGD 49 / INR 2,500 per head

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 04:30 PM to 11:00 PM

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Visit Singapore Art Museum

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One of the most unique things to do in Singapore at night is study contemporary art practices of Southeast Asia and Singapore at SAM. Aided by beautiful architecture and serene environment, the museum offers room to think, feel, experience and imagine art – a paradise for artistic souls.

The pieces here will make you question your perspective on religion, life, politics and personal identity. Housing beautiful artwork from all over Asia and collaborating with the international museum, SAM also provides workshops for learning how to make contemporary art pieces – the perfect place for newbies to expand their horizons and push their limits.

Location: Queen Street

Entry fees: $10 (INR 525, 104120 Indonesian Rupiah)

Timings: Saturday - Thursday: 10 AM – 7 PM
                Friday: 10 AM - 9 PM

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Visit the Tekka Centre

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When it comes to eateries and food joints, Tekka Centre, housed in the Little India neighbourhood takes the cake! Lined with a great number of shops serving fresh local dishes, the place is actually inside a huge warehouse. Known best for Indian dishes that are offered at reasonable prices, Tekka Centre is probably the most vibrant building in the neighbourhood and gets repainted quite frequently.

Resembling a hawker centre, Tekka Centre also houses shops selling Bollywood music CDs, sarees, and some more Indian products. Craving some Indian curries? Tekka Centre comes to your aid! With so many food stalls to choose from, you’ll probably find yourself coming back to this place every other day. No wonder why Tekka Centre is one of the most popular places to visit in Singapore at night.

Location: Tekka Centre sits on Bukit Timah Road

Timings: Monday to Sunday:
06:30 AM to 09:00 PM

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Stroll Through the Little India Arcade

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A beautiful ode to everything Indian, Little India Arcade near Campbell Lane is one of the liveliest places to visit in Singapore at night. Marked by its blend of peculiar aromas, the area is one of the most culturally beautiful landmarks in the city. Housing a range of Indian food joints, the arcade has been preserved to reflect the vibes of early colonial India.

Explore the various bookstores, clothing shops, accessories, and music shops housed within the winding alleys of the arcade. One of the most attractive places in Singapore, Little India Arcade is a favourite amongst travellers, especially for those looking for Indian products.

Location: 48 Serangoon Road, #02-07, Singapore 217959

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 09:00 AM to 10:00 PM

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Whether you are a noob looking to explore skating or an experienced skater – there is nothing more exciting than putting on your wheels and going crazy while the world sleeps. As darkness ascends, teens, tweens and adults around Somerset flock to the skate park to kick, flip and make friends.

The park features plenty of ramps and flat spaces to practice your skills. After the cruising and jumping around, go explore the hordes of shops, cafes and entertainment spots around the area.

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Somerset Road

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23 July 2019
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30 December 2019
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Really loved the place, too clean and well maintained. They have around 100+ huge aquariums and have thousands of species. Really love the place.
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  1. Which are the best places to visit in Singapore at Night?

    1. Gardens By the Bay: When thinking of What to Do in Singapore at night, head over to Gardens by the Bay, and soak in the views of the solar-powered Supertree Grove. You can also enjoy the Garden Rhapsody show here, where the trees get lit up for a stunning light and music show.

    2. Singapore Flyer: To enjoy mesmerising views of the skyline of the city, head over to Singapore Flyer, which is said to be the second tallest Ferris wheel in the world. The 30-minute ride in the Singapore Flyer offers uninterrupted 360-degree views of the city.

    3. Wings of Time: Located in Sentosa, the Wings of Time is a modern venue where you can enjoy some of the best night shows consisting of vibrant lights, colourful lasers, water fountains as well as 3D effects.

    4. Holland Village: For a more enticing experience of Singapore at night, pay a visit to Holland Village, which is home to some of the best restaurants, nightclubs, pubs and other attractions. It is here where you can tuck into delicious local delicacies, sip on a freshly brewed beer or even enjoy live performances.
  2. What are the best things to do in Singapore at Night for couples?

    1. Explore the Haw Par Villa after dark: One of the best night activities in Singapore is exploring the Haw Par Villa theme park. During your visit here at night, you can enjoy views of the thousands of statues, or learn about the myths, history and culture of the land.

    2. Enjoy Singapore’s nightscape views from Marina Bay Sands Skypark: Amongst the best things to do for couples at night is enjoying the spectacular views of the city’s nightscape from the 57th floor of Marina Bay Sands Skypark. In addition to the views, couples can also take a dip in the infinity pool here, or enjoy a candle light dinner at one of the restaurants.

    3. Stargaze at the Science Centre Observatory Deck: Stargazing from the Science Centre Observatory Deck is another one of the best night activities in Singapore. It is from here where you can see stars from both the hemispheres, using top-notch telescopes and other equipment.

    4. Spend some time at Clarke Quay: From live performances, great food and drinks, to dinner cruises, adventure activities like Trampoline Bungee and more, there is a lot you can do at Clarke Quay at night.
  3. Which are the best Night markets in Singapore?

    1. Chinatown Street Market: Exploring the night markets is one of the best night activities in Singapore. And Chinatown is the place you have to be at. Whether it is traditional silk clothing, authentic Chinese food or even small souvenirs and handicrafts, you can find it all here.

    2. Bugis Street Market: On your visit to Singapore, shop to your heart’s desire at Bugis Street Market, which dates back to the 1950s. Amongst the best night activities in Singapore at this market is thrifting for clothes, delicious local snacks, jewellery and even antiques.

    3. Little India Arcade: For a taste of India in Singapore, the Little India Arcade should be your destination. Set up in a 1920s building, this market has hundreds of shops where you can get your hands on authentic Indian products, from clothes and spices to Indian footwear, curries and more.

    4. So Galem Market: This vibrant flea market is another great place to visit at night. Home to stores selling vibrant and quirky arts and crafts, this market also has numerous small food shacks where you can tuck into lip-smacking food and drinks, in addition to traditional Kampong games.
  4. What is the best time to visit Singapore?

    The best time to visit Singapore is from late January to April, during the cool, dry season. With less rainfall and humidity during these months, sightseeing, exploring the surrounding islands and enjoying water sports and activities becomes easier for tourists.
  5. How to reach Singapore?

    The best way to reach Singapore is by air. The city is connected to most of the major cities in the world by the Changi Airport. From India, numerous connecting, as well as direct flights, fly to Singapore on a regular basis. Some of these airlines include Singapore Airlines, IndiGo Airlines, TigerAir, Silk Air and others.

  6. What is Singapore famous for?

    Known all over the world for its clean streets, some of the things that make Singapore famous include:

    -The Singapore Flyer
    -The Marina Bay Skyline
    -Vibrant night markets
    -Changi Airport
    -Local street food like Ya-Kun Kaya spread and Laksa
    -Universal Studios
    -Asian theme parks and gardens

  7. Which are the best places to visit in Singapore for couples?

    1. Universal Studios: One of the best Things to Do in Singapore for Couples is to spend a day at the world-famous Universal Studios. Located in Sentosa, this theme park is home to 7 different zones, namely the Lost World, Ancient Egypt, New York, and more.

    All of these zones have many thrilling rides and attractions that you can enjoy with your partner. The Park is also home to the Battlestar Galactica, said to be the tallest duelling roller coaster in the world.

    2. Gardens By the Bay: 
    One of the most beautiful places in all of Singapore is the iconic Gardens by the Bay. Sprawling across 250 acres of land, this verdant space in the heart of the city features three gardens, each with its own uniqueness.

    From taking a romantic stroll here, to soaking in views of a variety of plants like orchids, ferns and more, or even enjoying an amazing light and sound show, there is a lot that couples can do here.

    3. Chinatown: 
    Another one of the great couples activities in Singapore includes a visit to the vibrant Chinatown. It is here where you can enjoy one of the best shopping experiences in the city. From unique handicrafts, antiques, luxury goods to jewellery, wooden sculptures as well as lip smacking street food, Chinatown has it all.

    4. Haw Par Villa: 
    This Asian cultural park dates back to the early 1900s, and is one of the most tranquil places to visit for couples visiting Singapore. The theme park is the abode of over 1000 statues, along with hundreds of dioramas that showcase stories from the Chinese mythology.

  8. Which are the best restaurants for candle light dinner in Singapore?

    1. Singapore Flyer: One of the best Things to Do in Singapore for Couples is to enjoy a romantic dinner at Singapore Flyer. It is here where you can soak in some of the most spectacular views of the city, whilst enjoying a unique candle light dinner with your significant other.

    As you sit inside a glass capsule on one of the largest observation wheels in all of Asia, you get to indulge in an amazing 4-course menu, boasting of authentic Asian flavours.

    2. Good Old Days Restaurant: Located on Faber Peak, the Good Old Days Restaurant is yet another amazing restaurant to enjoy a candle light dinner with your partner. Boasting of a serene ambience, this fine dining restaurant offers a lavish dinner buffet, complete with authentic Asian and international dishes, in addition to pristine views of Singapore’s skyline and Sentosa Island.

    3. Stellar at 1-Altitude: For the ultimate romantic fine dining experience in Singapore, head to Stellar at 1-Altitude. This Australian restaurant elevates your typical candle light dinner to something completely unparalleled, with floor to ceiling glass windows, stunning views of the cityscape, exquisite Australian dishes and a lot more.

    4. Corner House: 
    Head to the Corner House and indulge in the most romantic dinner experience in the city. Ranking as one of the top couples activities in Singapore, a candle light dinner at this beautiful colonial house not only offers you a unique experience, but also lets you enjoy a visit to paradise in the middle of a verdant Botanic Garden. The restaurant is known for its stunning medley of Gastro-botanica dishes, complete with big flavours.

  9. Which are the adventure Things to Do in Singapore for Couples?

    1. Night Safari: Considered to be one of the best couples activities in Singapore, a night safari with your partner is a must during your visit to the city. Head to this conservation and research centre in the city once the sun sets down, and get a chance to soak in the sights of the nocturnal animal kingdom. From the Himalayan griffon vultures and one-horned rhinoceros, to the Gir lions, Malayan tigers, gazelles and more, a night safari is sure to leave you speechless.

    2. Head to Adventure Cove Waterpark: 
    Among the more fun-filled adventure Activities in Singapore for Couples is day at the Adventure Cove Waterpark. Home to a wide range of activities and rides, this waterpark is sure to bring out the adrenaline in you and your partner. Whether it is snorkelling and discovering the treasures underwater, or swimming in a wave pool, or even taking a ride down a curvy water tunnel, you are guaranteed to have a blast here.

    3. Surf at Wave House Sentosa: 
    One of the best adventure Activities in Singapore for Couples is surfing at the Wave House Sentosa. This beachfront complex is great to try your hands at surfing. In addition to outdoor surfing, there is also an indoor surfing setup here, where amateur surfers can practise.

    4. Zipline at Mega Zip: 
    For a thrilling experience in Singapore, head over to Mega Zip and indulge in a ziplining experience. This 450-metre long zipline is suspended at an elevation of 75 metres above a dense jungle and offers some of the most spectacular views of the canopy as well as Sentosa Island. And if you decide to do it at sunset, you can even soak in stunning views of the cool blue sea.

  10. What is the best time to visit Singapore for a romantic trip?

    The best time to visit Singapore for a romantic trip is between the months of February and April, when the region is comparatively dry, devoid of rains and extreme humidity. In addition to visiting the beaches, indulging in adventure and water sports or tucking into the delicious street food in Singapore, couples can also explore the city with less crowd and an overall pleasant weather.