Explore Singapore night attractions in the many areas across this glittering city. The nightlife scene in Singapore has improved leaps and bounds over the years. Nightspots are cropping up all over the country vying to be a favourite Singapore nighttime hot spot. From cozy intimate bars and loud heart-thumping nightclubs, to breezy under-the-stars adventures, Singapore has them all!
Supertrees light up in the night, Gardens by the Bay. View more Supertrees Photos.
For starters, here are just ten of the more popular Singapore night attractions you should visit:
After a 10-month makeover, the new cable cars now can take up to eight people instead of six. Suspended 120m above sea level, they provide visitors with a 360 degree view of Singapore's harbour and Sentosa Island. A ride from Mount Faber to Sentosa Island takes about 13 minutes.
If you have more to spend and would like to give your loved ones a surprise, ask for the seven-star VIP cabin which is studded with Swarovski crystals. The ride, include a bottle of champagne, costs you S$888.
Adult: S$29 for a round trip
Child: S$18 (3-12 years old)
Add $10 for one-day unlimited rides. Tickets include $2 admission fee to Sentosa Island. For enquiry, call 65-63779688 or book Cable Car tickets online.
8.45am to 10pm (last boarding at 9.45pm)
Start your evening early before sunset and take the cable car ride or shuttle bus from Harbourfront Tower II to the top of Mount Faber. Then settle down for dinner at one of the restaurants at Faber Peak Singapore (formerly The Jewel Box), amidst the lush greenery.
You'll find hidden gems in the dining outlets there such as Moonstone which offers all things Japanese: yakitori,skewers, Japanese whiskey, sake and more. Spuds and Aprons offer another two dining options: the air-conditioned Dining Room and the alfresco The Garden, both specializing in Asian and Western Cuisines. Then, kick back and relax at the Faber Bistro as you enjoy the serenity of nature in it purest while sipping on ice-chilled beer.
The Dining Room at Mount Faber Peak
The Garden at Mount Faber Peak
While you're at the top of Mount Faber, take in the scenic view of Singapore's city nightlife and you might also like to get some snap shots of the iconic Merlion.
Moonstone Japanese Restaurant at Mount Faber Peak
The Merlion at Mount Faber Park. View more Mount Faber Park photos.
Once you are done, take the cable car back to Sentosa Island, where you can catch a Wings of Time (previously was Songs of the Sea) performance, one of the popular Singapore night attractions you shouldn't miss. It's a must-see mega visual multi-sensory display exclusively shown at Sentosa Siloso beach, with scheduled timeslots of either 7.40pm or 8.40pm.
Apart from cable car, you may also take a MRT train (or subway) to HarbourFront Station and transfer to a half-hourly complimentary Shuttle Service at HarbourFront Tower Two coach carpark to Mount Faber or Faber Peak Singapore. The service is operates from 9.15am to 10.45pm daily.
Another one of the top Singapore night attractions for lovers and families, Night Safari Singapore is the one and only wild life park in the world built for night visits. The special use of lighting techniques allows visitors the opportunity to come face to face and observe the nocturnal animals. Be part of this thrilling experience, only at the Singapore Night Safari! read more »
Make an early pit stop by the Asian Civilisations Museum (closes at 9pm) and soak in some Southeast Asian culture and history in the state-of-the-art displays of Chinese, South Indian and Islamic heritage.
A walking distance away is the Merlion Park, one of the Popular Singapore Attractions favoured for its picture-perfect scenery of the Marina Bay.
Visitors here often take time to admire the beauty of the scenic landscape.
This is also the best spot to take a picture with the newly opened Marina Bay Sands Integrated Resort in the background.
Complete the experience by heading down to One Fullerton to have a taste of the famous Chilli Crab served at the Palm Beach Restaurant. End the night at Opium at Empress Place Waterfront along One Fullerton, where you can have a drink under the stars!
The Merlion Park
Coming up as top of Singapore night attractions, Clarke Quay is a great place to spend the night away. Be charmed by the serenity of the cool night breeze while stargazing upon the blue night sky.
For an even more fulfilling trip down, Jumbo restaurant along Riverside Walk is the place you should visit for a plate of tantalizing Chili Crab, before taking a relaxing stroll around Clarke Quay for a romantic end to your evening. read more »
From an old and run-down power supply station to Singapore's largest night entertainment attraction for the hip and trendy clubbers, St James Power Station is the place to be for a great night of music and dance. With nine unique outlets within this powerhouse, one visit is going to leave you coming back for more! read more »
Before heading for the dance floor, spend your late afternoon shopping at Singapore's largest mall, VivoCity, which is just opposite of St James Power Station. This shopping mall packs a punch with shops for shopaholics, eateries for food connoisseurs, a grand cinema for movie buffs, a bookstore for avid readers, and even electronic stores for the tech savvy. There's also a landscaped roof top garden with a panoramic view of the harbour and Sentosa Island, where shoppers can relax and soak up some sun!
Walk the streets of Bugis, a popular Singapore night attractions for shoppers, which is famous for the night bazaar market along the buzzing Bugis Street, where shoppers enjoy browsing through the alleys of stalls with bargains at every turn. From fashion wear and fashion accessories to quick bites, Bugis Street will leave frugal shoppers and bargain hunters coming back for more.
End your visit with a trishaw tour(call 65-6336 9025 for enquiry) near Albert Food Centre , offering tourists rides around town for a great deal of open-air sightseeing. read more »
A visit to Singapore must include A Cruise along the Singapore River on a bumboat. It's one of the enjoyable Singapore night attractions for families. Click here to find out more on discounted Singapore attraction tickets.
The best time to take the cruise would be in the early evening when the weather is cool and not too dark. The lights lining the bridges and buildings are just beginning to light up, and the clouds are slowly taking their place in the dark blue sky. read more »
You might then like to alight at the jetty near the Esplanade, Theatres by the Bay to catch a free half-an-hour indoor performance (Weekdays: 7.15pm and 8.15pm; Weekends: 5.15pm, 6.15pm and 7.15pm), located at the Concourse. Complete your evening with a late dinner at Makansutra's Gluttons Bay (near to Explanade's Courtyard) with their truly mouth-watering Singapore Food Fare, which includes Fried Hokkien Prawn Noodles, Fried Carrot Cake and Char Kway Teow.
Chinatown Night Market is an iconic Singapore night attraction for tourists, where you can shop along Pagoda Street and Sago Street to buy yourself some exquisitely decorative souvenirs and have dinner at the Chinatown Food Street (along Smith Street), known for its variety of great local food.
Go on a night city tour on board the open-top double-decker FunVee bus which brings passengers on a trip through Orchard Road, Esplanade, Raffles Hotel, Bugis Street and Singapore Flyer. Call 65-67383338 for more information.
May be considered as the most popular among so many of Singapore night attractions, Zouk Singapore is Singapore very first innovative nightclub that is specially built to cater to clubbers of all kinds. Divided into four uniquely designed music warehouses (Zouk, Phuture, Velvet Underground and Wine Bar), Zouk promises great music for jazz to techno music lovers! read more »
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