Party places in Singapore

Parties are one of the best parts of life. They’re a great opportunity to catch up with friends and family, celebrate special occasions, and just get together with people you love. But sometimes it can be hard to find a place that’s perfect for your party needs. That’s where we come in!

When you’re looking for a good time, there are plenty of places to go. Here are some of our favorite party spots!

A bar – If you want to get drunk and put on some serious dance moves, a bar is the place for you. But it’s not just about drinking: bars are also space for meeting new people, having fun with your friends, and making memories.

A pool hall – If you’re looking to get competitive or just hang out with your buddies, a pool hall is the place for you. You can play games like billiards or snooker, enjoy drinks and food at the bar, and even watch sports on TV if that’s your thing!

A club – Clubs are great because they’re open late (or all night long!) and offer a lot of different activities like dancing, karaoke nights, live music performances from local bands/singers/musicians… basically anything goes at clubs! You could even see yourself getting into trouble here if you’re feeling adventurous enough… maybe even meet someone special?

There are a number of places in your city that are great for parties. Some places are filled with fun activities for the kids and others have great food and drinks.

Are you looking for a place to have your party? Look no further! Here’s a list of some of the best party places in Singapore:

1

Clarke Quay

Good for:

  • Nightlife

Any discussion about where to go for evening drinks in Singapore usually starts here. A favourite amongst locals and tourists, Clarke Quay is gifted with one of the best locations in the city, set around a picturesque body of water in the shadow of the towered CBD skyline in the background. Row upon row of swanky bars and restaurants line the colourful boulevards offering great alfresco dining, while clubs like Attica and Zirca appease the more bass-music inclined.

2

Marina Bay Sands

Good for:

  • Nightlife

The iconic, 3-pronged Marina Bay Sands is a real focal point of Singapore, and it’s visible from miles around. Not only does it look the part, but this massive complex is also a great place to hit after dark – for so many reasons.

Highlights of Marina Bay Sands include the uber-cool CE LA VI bar on the 57th floor or the 15,000 sqm, 24-hour casino. There’s also a shopping mall on the ground floor as well as a 360-degree observation deck right at the top.

3

Zouk

Good for:

  • Nightlife

For Singapore’s dance music lovers, Zouk is an institution. This awarding-winning venue has been at the forefront of the club scene in the city for over two decades, with the likes of David Guetta, The Chemical Brothers and Tiesto among the list of international DJs to ply their trade here.

The massive converted warehouse is actually 3 interconnecting clubs all in one, and the young, less pretentious crowd (compared to some of the please-look-at-me clubs in town) happily jump from zone to zone to experience the diverse music policy each night.

4

Rooftop Bars

Good for:

  • Nightlife

Similar to its ASEAN neighbours, rooftop bars in Singapore are booming, and all share one thing in common: spectacular views of one of the most iconic skylines in the world.

1-Altitude is the highest of the bunch, and as the night progresses it offers more of a club-vibe than that of its main rival, the more laid-back and luxurious KU DÉ TA at Marina Bay Sands. Others that are worth a mention are LeVeL33 (highest craft brewery in the world), and Kinki – a real sushi-lovers’ favourite.

5

Orchard Road

Good for:

  • Nightlife

Although Orchard Road is better known for its malls rather than its pubs, as soon as the weary shoppers head home, the party animals come out to play. After dark, the whole area becomes teeming with sophisticated bars, lavish pre-party lounges and the odd fully-fledged club.

Be sure to check out Emerald Hill Road behind Orchard Central, too. This pretty little strip is packed full of quaint 100-year-old buildings and makes a great stop for a cheeky post-mall cocktail or draft beer.

6

Sentosa Beach Bars

Good for:

  • Nightlife

Don’t want to wait until after dark to start the party? Then your best bet is to head to Sentosa Island, which is home to some sumptuous Ibiza-style beach bars. Things kick off around mid-afternoon and weekend parties will often run through to the small hours.

For the liveliest spots, head to Azzura Beach Club or Tanjong Beach Club which holds monthly beach parties like Smack My Beach Up and Full Steam Ahead. It’s a way off Thailand’s legendary Full Moon Party, but still lots of fun.

7

Club Street – Chinatown

Good for:

  • Nightlife

Some consider Singapore’s Chinatown to be a bit of a hermit when it comes to nightlife. Head to Club Street, however, and you’ll soon be persuaded otherwise.

The ‘up and coming’ tag has been slapped on this foodie paradise for years, and it seems to have finally emerged as one of the city’s best culinary and nightlife hotspots. Rows of plush fine-diners sit next to bustling bars, all full to the brim with office workers every weeknight – whilst groups of friends and couples usually save their visit for the weekend.

8

Holland Village

Good for:

  • Nightlife

Holland Village is another neighbourhood in Singapore that loves to flaunt its alter-ego as soon as the sun goes down. Due to its more out-of-town location, this popular nightlife spot draws in more of a local crowd, as well as a good helping of expats who’ve made the Lion City their home.

The main stretch of nocturnal activity happens along ‘Lorong Mambong’, where you’ll find some cool and quirky pop-up bars, fancy alfresco restaurants and the occasional street party.

9

Geylang

Good for:

  • Nightlife

Don’t let the fact that this is Singapore’s main red-light district put you off; Geylang has plenty of innocent(ish) nightclubs and bars welcoming customers who are only interested in buying drinks, rather than anything else.

That said, the seedy-side of this notorious district is difficult to ignore. ‘Massage’ parlours, dodgy karaoke joints and hostess bars line the streets south of Geylang Road. Look out for the bright neon signs, often in Chinese or Japanese, so you can avoid (or enter at your own risk).

10

Gardens by the Bay

Good for:

  • Nightlife
  • Photo

Not all night-time activities in Singapore involve dining in luxury restaurants and knocking back champagne on rooftops; Gardens by the Bay is testimony to that fact. Whilst in the daytime this futurist park of giant tree structures is a quite the spectacle, at night it takes on a whole other level.

The towering 50-metre-tall trees within the ‘Supertree Grove’ are brilliantly illuminated with a kaleidoscope of colours making for a memorable experience. The show starts around 8pm and is completely free (unless you want to use the Skywalk).

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