As the sun goes down, here comes the dawn. Off to bed early? You’d better don’t waste your time by staying at the hotel the whole night. As a metropolis and vibrant city, Singapore will give you non-stop euphoria. Singapore nightlife offers you several options to chill out, either for glamorous-themed attractions or the traditional ones. There are many things to do in Singapore at night such as watching art shows, sightseeing, culinary, clubbing, etc. Let’s say that Singapore nightlife is more entertaining, especially for the tourist. Although it still sounds “crowded” by people, the vibe is different. Singapore nightlife offers many cozy spots for you. Let’s find them out!
1. Wings of Time: Sparkling Singapore Nightlife
Wings of Time is a magnificent show combining the arts performance and the touch of technology. This is kind of outdoor show using colorful 3D laser lights on the water screen. The show tells about the Shahbaz and friends story. This mythical story shows you the wonderful adventure and friendship of a bird and two humans. You will be mesmerized by the harmonization of colorful 3D laser lights, beautiful music, water fountains, and fireworks party at night sky. The performance starts at 19:40 and 20:40. It is located in Wings of Time Theater at Siloso Beach, Sentosa. It is quite easy to get there by Sentosa Express from Sentosa Station at VivoCity Level 3, Lobby L, and drop at Beach Station.
2. Night Safari
Who says that night activity is designated for adult only? Singapore nightlife is also welcome for children. Night Safari in Singapore Zoo is an alternative night activity for family. Night Safari lets you getting closer to wildlife. You can experience the wildlife adventure by tram along four walking trails (fishing cat, leopard, east lodge, and wallaby). The zoo also provides professional guides who are fluent in English, Chinese, and Japanese. You will meet various animals like elephant, zebra, anteater, lion, flamingo, Nile hippos, etc. Besides, there are some shows like performance of animal talent at the Creatures of the Night Show and Thumbuakar Fire Performance. Night Safari is open daily starting at 19:15 to 24:00 (last admission at 23:15).
3. City View Sightseeing Experience
Singapore view is more scenic at night. The city looks sparkling at night with multicolor and fluorescent lightings from the skyscrapers. It looks like Paris as La Ville Lumiere. The wonderful city view is perfect to observe from rooftop area, for example in Marina Bay Sands. You can go to Sands SkyPark Observation Deck to observe 360-degree Singapore city view. Don’t forget to take pictures in this spot and capture from the perfect angles to make your photos “instagramable”. Then, you should go down to the 1st floor of Event Plaza to watch Wonder Full – Light and Water Show. Sands SkyPark Observation Deck is located in Marina Bay Sands Hotel Tower 3 Level 57 at 10 Bayfront Ave Singapore 018956. It opens until 22:00 on Monday to Thursday and until 23:00 on Friday to Sunday.
4. Live it up!
The first impression of Singapore nightlife is about party or club. It is no doubt since Singapore is so closed to glamorous lifestyle. The activity is not over as the sun goes down. Henceforth, pub and club are ready for some leisure. If you need a cozy place to chill out with your friends, please visit CE LA VI bar (formerly KU DE TA) at 57th floor of Marina Bay Sands. Have a chit-chat while enjoying fluorescent city view from rooftop. Besides, several clubs are also ready to welcome party goers. So if you are sociable one, let’s mingle with the new friends in Altitude Bar at 63rd floor of One Raffles Place building.
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5. Trishaw Night Tour: Traditional Singapore Nightlife
As mentioned before, Singapore nightlife is also welcome for kids. Let’s have fun with your family and explore night city tour by riding traditional vehicle, trishaw. This is the right option if you prefer the cultural vibe to glamour leisure. You can explore Singapore downtown by trishaw along the streets in Chinatown. In addition, there are some trishaws which are set with music and neon lights. Therefore, you won’t get bored during 45-minute tour. The tour starts from Albert Mall Trishaw Park and ends in Chinatown Heritage Centre. Don’t forget to stop by the cafes or restaurants to have culinary experience, especially Chinese cuisine.