15 Best Things To Do At Night In Singapore
With magnificent architecture, thrilling amusement parks, and world-class entertainment, it is no wonder that Singapore is known as an Asian tourist paradise. After dark, Singapore wears a haughty and luxurious beauty with engaging entertainment activities.
Check out the 15 best things to do at night in Singapore to plan your trip!
Sky dining on Singapore cable car
Sky dining on a Singapore cable car is a truly romantic experience for couples. At 100m, you’ll be treated to a true sensory feast as you gaze at the skyline of Mount Faber and Sentosa Island. The golden glow of the sunset and the lights from the skyscrapers make them even more beautiful.
For dinner, you can choose from a diverse menu from Asian to European dishes and wines. Nothing is more wonderful than enjoying an intimate evening with the shimmering scenery of Singapore at night from above. If you don’t want to dine, you can just ride the cable car and admire the lush greenery of Mount Faber and Sentosa.
View from Marina Bay Sands Skypark Observation Deck
With a height of 57 floors, Marina Bay Sands Skypark Observation Deck offers you the best opportunity to see Singapore’s panoramic view at night. From this comfortable seat, you can see how bustling the city is, with the brilliantly colorful Gardens by the Bay and the magnificent Spectra waterfall.
Moreover, you can also see famous landmarks like the Singapore flyer or the Merlion Statue. The Esplanade Theater is also very recognizable thanks to its durian-shaped exterior.
If you want to go here at night, you should arrive at 6 pm to have a nice seat and avoid the crowd lining up.
Stroll Singapore at night
Wandering Singapore at night is one of my favorite activities, and I usually end it with a visit to a charming spot for a cocktail at a pub or bar. The most famous is probably the Changi Point Coastal Walk, when people come here to walk by the beach, talk to their loved ones and feel the relaxation spread throughout the body.
Crossing the 2.2 km stretch, you reach the vicinity of Johor and see the tourist boats busy on the other side. You can also go window shopping in Little India and Chinatown, which treat you to various products and delicious food.
Visit Night Safari Singapore
Night Safari is the world’s first nocturnal zoo, with more than 1000 animals from the Himalayas and Nepal valleys to Southeast Asian humid forests, which will be a fascinating journey for families with children. When night falls, these animal start their nightly rituals – hunting. You should sit on a tram with the tour guide to observe and understand the animal’s habits.
Moreover, you will be amazed by the show “Creatures of the night,” performed by various animals such as otters and whales. You can even take pictures with that adorable animal with no danger because they are domesticated.
Enjoy a ride at Singapore Flyer
The Singapore Flyer is one of the largest observation wheels in Asia. Located in Marina Bay, it has 28 glass chambers with a height of 165m, equivalent to a 42-story building. When laying eyes on this giant observatory wheel, you will be amazed by the breathtaking view of the city. When night falls, the skyscrapers of Singapore put on a brilliant yellow coat.
You will persuasively admire how bustling and dynamic Singapore is at night by observing all the activities below. Another appealing option is to see historical and famous sights (Merlion Park, Empress Place) from Marina Bay to the Singapore river.
Singapore Flyer also offers a luxurious dining experience in the air. Special service packages are ready to serve you a romantic and unique dinner. Enjoy delicious dishes or sip some cocktails and champagne, which are all served from 2 pm – 10 pm (last admission at 9:30 pm). Remember to book your Singapore Flyer dinner in advance for a memorable trip!
Visit Gardens by the Bay
Garden By The Bay is Singapore’s largest natural park, with an area of 101 hectares, located in the heart of the lion island nation, Marina Bay. It is a complex consisting of two of the world’s largest columnless glass buildings, an outdoor display area, and especially a huge energy garden.
This park includes the South Bay, East Bay, and Central Bay gardens. This place brings a large green space to the city and represents one of Singapore’s most massive architectural works. You might consider visiting the conservatory, which includes the Flower Dome (home of Mediterranean flowers and plants), Cloud Forest (a majestic man-made waterfall that will beat your heart), and Supertree. You will be overwhelmed by 18 giant super trees reaching out in the middle of the blue sky, with the function of synthesizing energy and purifying the air.
When night falls, you’ll be entertained by an impressive visual feast as the super trees and plants take on their jewels – they glow. The twinkling lights from the trees can change color according to the music played.
Located among the super trees is the OCBC Garden Rhapsody area. This place has the “Garden Rhapsody Light and Sound” show at Supertree Grove (around 7:45 – 8:45 pm daily) every night. Nothing is more romantic than listening to live music and enjoying a spectacular view of Marina Bay from above at the same time.
Hi Roller is Singapore’s largest indoor skating rink. It’s located in the E!Hub neighborhood and offers a classic rock and roll skating experience that takes you back to the 1900s. Hi Roller is divided into two parts: red and blue, respectively, for beginners and professional players. While skating and dancing to the music, you can also watch the artistic performances of skillful players. If you have difficulty skating, the staff here are always ready to assist you anytime.
To increase customer experience, Hi Roller does not have too many guests at once. So, it’s better to make a reservation through Klook to secure your ice skating ticket!
Join the Singapore pub crawl
By signing up for the Singapore pub crawl, you can enjoy free shots at many of the best bars, meet and make new friends on a drinking adventure, and experience bustling and vibrant nightlife in Singapore.
Your adventure to discover Singapore’s best and secret nightspots is more fun than you think. Some outstanding destinations are Chinatown and Tanjong Pagar bars, which are all within a little more than a mile, and promise to bring the perfect bar crawl. All you need to do is bring your passport or identification. Note that some places may have a dress code.
Visit Bugis night market
Located in the Kampong area, Bugis Market is the largest shopping mall in Singapore, which opens up to 11 pm. At night, thousands of people flock here, creating a bustling trading scene.
You will be amazed by the wide range of items and the size of the goods here. Visitors can buy a wide selection of items from electronics, clothing, jewelry, confectionery, and souvenirs at affordable prices.
After shopping, you can also enjoy a variety of cuisines here. Night food is sold in hawker stalls at a low price. You can even observe how they cook to ensure food safety and discover the recipes of your favorite dishes.
You can hop on a trishaw and explore the vibrant Chinatown and bustling Night Market.
Ride through Skyline Luge
Riding through Skyline Luge, which is famous for Sentosa Skyline Luge, is an adventurous game that should not be missed. As darkness descends, a new adventure awaits you as special lights are lit throughout the track in various colors, providing a unique racing experience.
Before setting off, you will be given instructions on how to use and control the sled. As you play, you will feel like you are gliding through a shimmering starry cave, testing your dexterity on bends, the hustle of downhill, and speed on the straight road.
With only 2 hours of play, all your previous stress will disappear, bringing moments of relaxation and laughter to the family when participating in the race.
Join the Singapore sunset dinner cruise
Singapore sunset dinner cruise is an ideal choice for an anniversary trip. It offers you a first-class view of southern Singapore to enjoy the sea breeze on the ferry, see stunning landmarks of Singapore by night, and fall in love with the delicious dishes cooked by the chef on board.
This lovely ride will begin at golden hour, allowing you to watch the Singapore sunset in its full glory. As you approach the south of Singapore, you will see Sisters Island, St John’s Island, Kusu Island, and Lazarus Island. On the way back, you’ll be amazed by views of Singapore’s cityscape, including Marina Bay and Resorts World Sentosa, finishing your romantic date night in a fantastic way.
Experience throwing axes
This activity is designed exclusively for trendy and fancy youth. Come to Axe Factor – the first ax-throwing school in Singapore and experience the thrill and satisfaction of hitting the target’s heart.
Here service is available until 10 pm. So come earlier and hone your skills with professional instructors who will show you the proper and safest way to throw an axe at a target and teach you the physics behind a successful throw. You’ll be inspired by the sure-fire throws and the ninja-like swinging techniques of Japanese stories. Pre-booking your axe throwing experience and take the opportunity to throw as many axes as you want for an hour or two.
Join the Creepy Tales of Singapore tour
The “Creepy Tales Of Singapore” tour is a unique experience not for the faint of heart. When participating in this journey, you will be “ghost hunting” in cemeteries with thousands of graves, follow the trail to the village of a local war hero, and explore the beach where the army of Japan killed thousands of innocent people during World War II. Starting at 7:30 and lasting 4 hours, you will discover the horror of this place at night by walking with torches and candles. Interesting, isn’t it?
Experience beer tasting
Over the past few years, craft beer has become a trend in Singapore. Especially at night, craft beer bars in Clarke Quay and Marina Bay are always packed with people to enjoy and enjoy the view. Consider stopping by some popular breweries to relax in the heart of the busy city and discover authentic craft brewing traditions, such as LeVeL33 and Street Smith Taps.
Don’t miss the Beer Market if you like to follow the financial markets. This bar links the price of alcohol with an index that changes according to the stock market! You can track Beer Market Exchange (BMX) on the screen – reflecting the customer’s beer demand every half hour.
However, in Singapore, people are not allowed to consume alcohol in public places from 10:30 pm to 7 am. Retail stores are also not allowed to sell takeaway alcohol during this time frame to ensure safety and order in public areas.
Singaporeans have shown their love for bowling since 1965, when the first public bowling center, Jackie’s Bowl Orchard, opened its doors to 12-hour queues. Therefore, famous bowling centers such as Changi Resort Bowl and K Bowling Club become attractive and crowded in the evening. Most have a family-friendly vibe and offer many modern services, such as sofas, funky cosmic lighting, and throbbing music.
Frequently asked questions about Singapore at night
What is the nightlife like in Singapore?
Although only a small island on the world map, in the impression of visitors, Singapore is “the country that never sleeps.” Indeed, Singapore at night is especially bustling, with many world-class entertainment services. The nightlife here is depicted as a paradise with special light shows, food streets, shopping malls, amusement parks, and even a zoo at night.
What area of Singapore is best for nightlife?
Nightlife in Singapore can be enjoyed in different places. Some outstanding destinations will never let you get bored with their beauty and dynamic paces of life, such as Marina Bay and Clark Quay.
Can you walk at night in Singapore? Is it safe to walk?
The answer is yes. As one of the safest countries in the world, Singapore is well-known for its strict law enforcement. At night, the street here is always well-lit, and you can almost see there are always people around. However, don’t forget to avoid shady salespersons who approach you and ask you to visit their shops or massage parlors.
Above are the 15 best things to do at night in Singapore. With plenty of Singapore night activities, you can enjoy exploring this modern Asia metropolis!