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Nightlife in Singapore – Clubs, Pubs, Discs




• Singapore has over 700 clubs, bars, pubs and discos which are the lifelines of Singapore nightlife.
• Singapore is a city that never sleeps.
• It does though offer a wide range of night activities which will keep one partying all night long.
• From jazz and house music to tribal and Top 40, Singapore offers a play-list of dance clubs for any generation.
• If you are looking for more relaxed night then one can enjoy a night at a number of pubs in the city or just recline comfortably at a jazz lounge where world-class jazz can be heard.
• Nightlife in Singapore certainly provides with enough to keep pub-crawlers well occupied.
• Singapore is as lively in the night as it is in the day.
• Fun doesn’t end in Singapore with the sun setting down.
• Nightlife in Singapore begin with the night fall.
• Singapore has been considered as one of the safest countries in the world Nightlife Singapore has the added advantage.
• Singapore nightlife offers a number of night spots which tend to exist in clusters, making pub-hopping easier.
• Nightclubs and discos in Singapore are plush and pricey. They mainly target the young.
• The action in the discos stays focused on geographically divided clusters.
• Pay a visit to the ultra-chic bars, classy jazz lounges, or dance clubs.
• Nightlife Singapore offers with food paradise too does not sleep with 24-hour coffee houses dotting the island to satisfy the stomach.
• An important part of nightlife in Singapore is the Night Safari.
• It is a night zoo where one can ride around on a tram and see nocturnal animals.
• Walking through this truly unique zoo is a must on any trip to Singapore.
• For tourists who are not for wine and high spirits, one can go for all-night bowling at one of the bowling alleys at Kallang and Marina South.

Some of the popular night spots in Singapore include:

• Tanjong Pagar
• Mohammed Sultan Road
• Boat Quay
• Pasir Panjang village
Clubs
• AZZUCAR! Latin Soul Party
• Barbaablackchic: BBBC @ Perak Road
• Attica: One Wild Night
• Ministry of Sound and Rooms
• Bar CoCoon : Enveloped in Seduction
• Zouk: Still Kickin It?
• Home! Sweet Home!
• The Edge: Starry, Starry Night
• The Butter Factory: Buttering Up the Urban Culture
• Get Thumpin’!
Pubs
• AZZUCAR! Latin Soul Party
• Balcony Bar: Dreaming of Casablanca
• Axis Bar and Lounge
• Balaclava Bar: The Luxe Enclave
• One Rochester: One Life, Rochester-Style.
• Q Bar and its Vodka Stash
• New Asia Bar: Up to Higher Heights
• Screening Room: The Celebration of Food, Cocktails and Whisky
• Intro Bar: Prelude of the Climax
• Penny Black: More Than A Penny
• Fiddling on the Loof
• Heat Ultra Lounge: Where “Heat” is the new Cool
• City Space: Spacing it Out
• Archipelago Brewery: Brewing it Singapore Style
• Sunset Tavern: Not-So Away From Home
Entertainment
• AZZUCAR! Latin Soul Party
• Shakes Funny World
• Crazy Horse, Sexing the City Up
• Do’s and Don’ts at the Starlight Cinema
More on : Entertainment
• Supper
• Shah Alam Restaurant, Late-Night Flavours Of India
• Spize World, The Makan Place
• Arabian Nights
• Five Star Chicken Rice and Service

Top Clubs in Singapore

1. Amoeba
Address: #01-59/60 UE Square
207 River Valley Road
Singapore 238275
Phone: +65 7356193

2. The Liquid Room
Address: The Gallery Evason
76 Robertson Quay,#01/02-05
Singapore 238254
Phone: +65 333 8117, Fax: +65 235 0091

3. Zouk
Address: 17 Jiak Kim St.
Singapore 16942
Phone: +65 6738 2988, Fax: +65 6738 3988

4. Centro
Address: #02-02 One Fullerton
1 Fullerton Rd, Singapore 049213
Phone: +65 6238 0200, Fax: +65 6238 7610

5. Sultan of Swing
Address: #01-02/03 Central Mall 5 Magazine Road
Singapore 059568
Phone: +65 5570828
Bars, Pubs & Tavern

6. Alley Bar
Address: 2 Emerald Hill
Peranakan Place, 180 Orchard Rd
Singapore 229287
Phone: +65 6738 8818, Fax: +65 6737 2411

7. Carnegies
Address: 44-45 Pekin Street
#01-01 Far East Square Singapore
Phone: +65 534 0850, Fax: +65 534 2609

8. Shamus O Donnell’s Irish Pub
Address: 54 Tras Street
#01-01, Singapore 078993
Phone: +65 6225 1090, Fax: +65 6225 9269

9. Crazy Elephant
Address: 3E River Valley Road
#01-06/07 Clarke Quay Trader’s Market
Singapore 179024
Phone: +65 6337 1990

10. Balaclava
Address: 1 Raffles Boulevard
Suntec City Convension Centre, Singapore
Phone: + 65 3 391 600

11. Harry’s @ The Esplanade
Address: #01-05/07 Esplanade Mall
Esplanade-Theatres on the Bay
8 Raffles Ave., Singapore 6334-0132
Phone: +65 6334 0132, Fax: +65 6334 0134

Events in Singapore

• Singapore Food Festival
• Singapore Grand Prix
• Singapore Arts Festival
• Chingay Parade
• World Gourmet Summit
• ZoukOut
• Singapore Sun Festival
• Christmas
• Singapore Jewel Festival

Places to see in Singapore

1. Beaches and Tourist Resorts
• Three beaches on Sentosa and its southern islands.
• East Coast.

2. Culture and Cuisine
• Chinatown for Chinese treats
• Little India for Indian flavors
• Kampong Glam (Arab St) for a Malay/Arab experience
• East Coast for delicious seafood

3. History and Museums
• The Bras Basah area east of Orchard.
• North of the Singapore River: Singapore’s colonial core

4. Nature and wildlife
North and West
• Singapore Zoo
• Night Safari
• Jurong Bird Park
• Botanical Gardens
• Bukit Timah Nature Reserve
• Pulau Ubin, an island off the Changi Village in the east
• Tortoise and turtle sanctuary in the Chinese Gardens on the west side of town

5. Skyscrapers and Shopping
• Orchard Road
• Singapore River
• Bugis and Marina Bay

6. Places of Worship
• Vast Kong Meng San Phor Kark
• Monastery near Ang Mo Kio
• Colorful Sri Mariamman Hindu temple in Chinatown
• Psychedelic Burmese Buddhist Temple in Balestier
• Stately Masjid Sultan in Arab Street

Things to do in Singapore

• Golfing
• Surfing
• Scuba diving
• Ice skating
• Snow skiing
• Gambling
• Races
• Spas
• Swimming
• Water-skiing
• Wake-boarding
• Windsurfing
• Canoeing
• Cable-Skiing
• Wave surfing

Best time to visit/climate

– Singapore is located a mere 1.5 degrees north of the Equator.
– Weather is usually sunny with no distinct seasons.
– Rain falls almost daily throughout the year.
– Most rainfall occurs during the northeast monsoon (November to January).
– Between May and October, forest fires in neighboring Sumatra can also cause dense haze.
The temperature averages around:
– 30°C (84°F) daytime, 24°C (76°F) at night in December and January.
– 32°C (90°F) daytime, 26°C (81°F) at night for the rest of the year.

Location on Google Maps


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How to reach Singapore?

1. By Plane
• Singapore is one of Southeast Asia’s largest aviation hubs.
• The easiest way to enter Singapore is by air in addition to flag-carrier Singapore Airlines.
• Its regional subsidiary is SilkAir.
• Singapore is also home to low-cost carriers Tiger Airways, Jetstar Asia and Scoot.
• Changi airport: The country’s main airport and major regional hub status.
• Seletar Airport: Seletar Airport is Singapore’s first airport.

2. By Road
• Singapore is linked by two land crossings to Peninsular Malaysia.
• The Causeway is very popular.

3. By Bus
There are buses to/from Kuala Lumpur (KL) and many other destinations in Malaysia through the Woodlands Checkpoint and the Second Link at Tuas.
Major operators include:
– Aeroline
– First Coach
– NiCE
– Transnasional
– Transtar

4. By Train
• Singapore is the southern terminus of Malaysia’s Keretapi Tanah Melayu network.
• There are two day trains (the Ekspres Sinaran Pagi and Ekspres Rakyat) and a sleeper service (Ekspres Senandung Malam) daily from Kuala Lumpur.
• A day train (the Lambaian Timur departing Singapore at 4:45AM).
• Sleeper (Ekspres Timuran departing at 6PM) daily along the “Jungle Railway” between Singapore and Gua Musang.

5. By Boat
Getting to/away from the ferry terminals:
• HarbourFront FT: Located next to HarbourFront MRT station.
• Tanah Merah FT: Get off at Bedok MRT station and catch bus No. 35 to ferry terminal.
• Changi FT: No bus stop nearby, take a taxi from Changi Village or Tanah Merah MRT.
• Changi Point FT: Take bus No. 2, 29 or 59 to Changi Village Bus Terminal and walk to the ferry terminal.

6. Cruises
• Star Cruises offers multi-day cruises from Singapore to points throughout Southeast Asia, departing from HarbourFront FT.
• Common destinations include: Malacca, Klang (Kuala Lumpur), Penang, Langkawi, Redang and Tioman in Malaysia, as well as Phuket,Krabi, Ko Samui and Bangkok in Thailand.
• There are also several cruises every year to Borneo (Malaysia),Sihanoukville (Cambodia), Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam) and even some 10 night long hauls to Hong Kong.

Some travel books from Amazon about Singapore

Lonely Planet Singapore Frommer’s Singapore Day by Day Malaysia and Singapore

Places to stay (hotels / restaurants along with website / contact numbers)

Hotels at wikitravel.org
Hotels at hotels.online.com.sg
Hotels at expedia.co.in

Blogs / Sites about Singapore – nightlife: discos, night clubs

Blogs at quickbooker.com
blogs at everyplaces.com
Blogs at timeoutsingapore.com
Blogs and reviews at e-clubbing.com

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