The techno-thumping nightclubs, neon-strobe and cheap Chang beers, all belong to the glittering and gleaming nightlife of Singapore. The place has been upping its club cred to become famous as the hottest and the most appealing part venue of Asia. The cool pop-ups that focus on heavy music, Dom P-popping patrons partying, VVIP guest list-only nightclubs and the New York-style bars are some other amazing features of the magical nightlife of this sparkling and stunning destination. Get ready to talc your bunions and brace your livers for a late night in the not-so Little Red Dot—there is a large variety of all those travelers who just love to capture to spend the most exciting and memorable night time of their lives.
The homegrown clubbing institution has declared Singapore to be n the global dance-music map- it features One Dance, One Tribe, One Music and One World spirit that leave plenty of people in awe. It’s the destination for many superstar DJ’s that range from David Guetta to Pete Tong and Carl Cox.
Booze is quite expensive in Singapore but the jaw dropping and sky-high views worth every single penny of yours. There are almost 15 rooftop bars that are very famous all around the world – one of them is located on a helipad, another one is housed 50 meters high in a “SuperTree”. You can easily soak in the breath-taking and mesmerizing vistas of the beautiful and picturesque landscape of the city. The Orgo lets us time our drinks with the roar of Merlion, Lantern at Fullerton Bay provides a bang-on view of Moshe Safdie’s marvelous and mind blowing Marina Bay Sands structure and the Ku Dé Ta dominates the Marina Bay area.
There are plenty of people who still love the jugs of Long Island iced tea and the knock back vodka Red Bulls but the expertly mixed drink has finally established its scene in Singapore. The classy bar scene is getting fame and popularity with every single opening. The specialties and the must-try drinks are The Library’s London Julep (elderflower liquor, lemon, gin), Tippling Club’s Juniper Sling (cinnamon syrup, juniper, cherry bitters, Grand Marnier, cassis, Monkey 47 gin), Nektar’s Kettle Kurie (lime juice, grapefruit, saffron, curry leaves, Benedictine D.O.M and Ketel One vodka), Cufflink Club’s The Cocktail Formerly Known as Quince (egg white, bitters, honey, fig jam, quince liqueur and pisco) and the B28’s French 75 (lemon juice, gin and champagne)- each one of them is very famous as the mixologist-helmed bar.
If Singapore did not have a few beach parties, they would never have been able to sing “Singapura, island in the sun”. The annual ZoukOut party is one of the most amazing and popular highlight of this region that has grown from 8,000 to 30,000 with the passage of time. Now it’s extending to a three-night lineup that include the legendary Paul van Dyk, dancehall act Major Lazer, Siberian house DJ Nina Kraviz, Australian electro house/dubstep duo Knife Party and German DJ Paul Kalkbrenner. The Tanjong Beach Club always remains packed with hundreds of people so if you are interested than make a reservation soon- just be prepare to taka cheap airline flights to Singapore and enjoy the whole dazzling nightlife scene of this glamorous region.