singaporeApril 21, 2017 in India ⋅ ⛅ 35 °C
Nightlife in Singapore
Talk about nightlife and Singapore will immediately transform itself from a complete business hub to a buzzing party place, full of bars and pubs just as the sun goes down.
Busy executives after a day’s long work go hopping around orchard road for some bar hunting while many tourists make the most of the few days effective by experiencing Singapore’s rooftop bar scene. Watching the magnificent skyline while sipping on some cocktail, what more can one ask for? Pubbing and clubbing here is a must if you want to truly enjoy the Lion city experience.
Travel within Singapore quite comfortably with the help of express buses that will drop you off at the major points in the city. Book these express bus tickets online from www.redbus.sg.
Clarke Quay is famous for nightlife in Singapore, originally a place of commerce alongside the Singapore River, Clarke Quay now hosts a chain of restaurants, concept bars, retail stores and recreation outlets.
Make sure to visit Bar Cocoon or Bamboo Bar at The Forbidden City. If you are looking forward for some great shows Lunar Asian Fusion Bar is the perfect place for you.
For chilling, revitalizing breezes, check out Marina Bay, recognized as a haven of dashing stuff. That’s really cherished only if you slow down and take your time to discover this place. It’s a new area with new concepts and it gives you an opportunity to start anew.
The light show in Marina Bay Sands is the evident draw here along with a plenty of clubs being dotted around the bay. A growing number of rooftop bars are coming up too, offering outstanding views across the city and sea during the night.
Any analysis of the Singapore club scene should initiate with Zouk. This highly prevalent club, it has been related with some of the greatest in Europe. Plays mostly House music to a major young crowd. Zouk's music is spun by its seven resident DJs, while regular live performances from visiting artistes are Galliano, Chemical Brothers, Heart and Kylie Minogue are an added draw. Wednesdays are famous for its Mambo Jambo night, when the club shakes off its techno garb and plays a mix of 70s to 90s pop. When in Singapore be sure to check out Zouk here.
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