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Night Life

When the sun sets in Singapore, the skyline turns into a glittering panorama as the Singapore river reflects a thousand lights from the city’s financial hub – symbolic for the many ways expatriates can enjoy themselves in Singapore after dark.

 

With an abundant night life and a large number of pubs, bars, discos and restaurants for each taste often within walking distance from your Singapore home the choice is yours.

 

From the classical cultural Asian experience such as attending a Chinese opera to rocking with Western pop groups or singing along in a musical – entertainment in Singapore is the best in the region and frequented by many visitors from neighboring countries. Tickets should be booked early to avoid disappointment on missing out on entertainment in Singapore.

 

Singapore’s club scene is hot and we tell you where to go to meet fellow expats and Singapore’s sarong ladies and boys – the perfect companions for lonely strangers in the night.

 

Stay away from Western temptations such as drugs as the laws are stringent and apply to a foreigner in the same way as to the locals. Only recently a number of expatriates were sent to jail in Singapore for drugs in their possession. You will be hanged if you are suspected to be dealing and the amount of drugs on you surpasses a certain limit. Please take this advice serious.

 

 


Expatriate Nightlife

 

There is a vivid nightlife scene in Singapore and the Government has slowly adapted Singapore laws to fit the image of the city as an entertainment hub for tourist from the region and to encourage creativity amongst its population. If you feel you need to you are permitted to dance on the bar-top dancing – and this is indeed a major social change in Singapore. The place to go is CU at 15 Mohmed Sultan Road.

Nightspots close around midnight during the week and at 2-3 am on weekends. Recently a few areas in non-residential areas have been pinpointed for permits to stay open around the clock.

If you really want to know what is going on in the lion city, you must visit the picture gallery at Nightlife Singapore which also lists events in the most popular bars, pups and discos.

The most frequented locations where expats have been sighted are listed below. Please email us if you have any recommendations, additions, changes etc.

 

 

Info: How to get there
MRT Station Location
MRT Raffles Place, exit G Clarke Quay + Robertson Quay
MRT Clarke Quay, exit C Maternity & Motherhood
MRT Tanah Merah + Bus Service 2, stop BO1 Changi Village
MRT City Hall, exit A Chijmes
MRT Chinatown, exit A Club Street
MRT Bedok, + Bus Service 14, stop B16 East Coast Marine Cove
MRT Bedok + Bus Service 40, stop B14 East Coast – Siglap
Busses 7, 61, 75, 77, 165, 502, 970, 61, 200, 970 Holland Village
MRT Clarke Quay + Bus Service 54, stop B02 Mohamed Sultan Road
MRT Orchard Orchard Road
MRT Harbour Front + walk to Bus stop B03, take service 10.30.143 to stop B13 Pasir Panjang Village
MRT Kallang + Bus Service 11 stop B01 Stadium Waterfront
MRT Tanjong Pagar, exit A Tanjong Pagar – Duxton
See also the Night Bus Services

Below is a selection of clubs, pubs and discos popular with expatriates in Singapore. You have to start somewhere…

Info:Where expats meet expats
Anywhere
Tanglin Shopping Centre
Music pub, live band, meeting place for older expats
Carnegie’s
Far East Square
DJ club/pub
African Heartbeat-The Kudu Bar
Near Singapore Science Park
Bar (German Business men)
Chimes-Bobby Rubino’s
Far East Square
Pub/Restaurant
Bar None
B/1 Marriott Hotel, 320 Orchard Rd
Club, live band, older single + married
Harry’s Bar
Boat Quay
Live jazz, serves food upstairs
Bricks
Hyatt
Live band
Penny Black
Boat Quay
Bar, pub
Sunset Bay Bar
Sentosa
Papa Joe’s
Orchard Road
Club, live band
Brewerk
Riverside Point
Beerjoint
Liquid Room
Mohammed Sultan Road
Bar/club
Live rock and beat music/do
Muddy Murphy’s Irish Pub
#B1-04 Orchard Hotel
Crazy Elephant
River Valley Road/Clark Quay
Bar
Live blues/rock n. roll
Amoeba
Mohammed Sultan Road
DJ club, young expatriate guys
Chimes- Father Flanagan’s
Irish pub
#B1-06 Chijmes
30 Victoria Street
Next Page
Mohammed Sultan Road
Pub, young guys
Walla Walla
Holland Village
Bar
Dbl’ O
Mohammed Sultan Road
DJ pub
Que Pasa
Emerald Hill
Wine Bar
Ice Cold Beer
Emerald Hill
Pub
No.5
Emerald Hill
Pub
Aphrodiasiac Bar
47A Club Streat
Nirwana
4/6 Ann Siang Hill
Bar
Centro
One Fullerton Level 3
Harry’s Bar
28 Boat QuayHarry’s@ The Esplanade
#01-05/05 Esplanade Mall
Harry’s @ Orchard
#01-05 Orchard Towers
Nude Supperclub and Bar
in the Indochine Wisma Atria
18/22 Wisma Atria
Bar at the Box
5 Gemmill Lane
OD-s Backstage Music Bar
(Jazz & Blues Band)
Stadium Waterfront
Beaujolais
Ann Siang Hill
Wine Bar
Cocco Latte
76 Robertson Quay # 01-09
The Gallery Hotel
Sky Bar
41 Cable Car Road # 01-0-1
Sentosa Island
Molokko
76 Robertson Quay # 01-08
the Gallery Hotel
Coasters
50 Siloso Beach Walk # 01-05/05
Sentosa Island
Happy
21 Tanjong Road Ground Floor
Attica
3a River Valley Road #01-012/13/14
Clarke Quay
Loof
Odeon Towers Extension Rooftow
331 North Bride Road
Tel: 6338 8035
Bora Bora Beach Bar
82 Lighthouse Beach Walk
Sentosa
KM8
120 Tanjong Beach Walk
Sentosa
BQ Bar
39 Boar Quay
The1 NightStand
#01-15/20 Clarke Quay
Comedy Club
Gotham Penthouse
#03-01 Clarke Quay
Ministry of Sound
Cannery@ Clarke Quay
http://www.ministryofsound.com.sg
Siam Supperclub
#01-03 UE Square
Next Page
17 Mohamed Sultan Rd
Zouk – hottest place in town, visit website for events
17 Jiak Kim Street
http://www.zoukclub.com.sg/
Club Momo (till 5 am)
#01-02 Central Mall
Anywhere
#04-09/09 Tanglin Shopping Centre
 
 

 


Pubs/Discos/Clubs

 
Info: Selection
  Amoeba   Lola
  Brix/Grand Hyatt Singapore   Lush
  Canto/Marina South   Madam Wong’s
  Carnegie’s/Far East Square   Nox
  Club Samsara   Sparks/Orchard Road
  China Black   Sultan of Swing/Central Mall
  Club Eden   Tajie/Mohamed Sultan Road
  China Jump/Chijmes   Velvet Underground
  Insomnia Café   Zouk’s http://www.zoukclub.com.sg/
  K Box    

See also Expat Nightlife