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Night Spots in Singapore
As night falls and the city of Singapore transforms into a buzzing network of bars and nightclubs, you can not believe that it is the same business hub which you were in during daytime. Nightlife in Singapore enables you see the most elegant executives and earnest students tuning in to the sound of jazz swinging and enjoying bar-hopping.
Those who wish to feel the night-pulse of the place must gear up for pubbing and clubbing at some of the hot and happening nightlife spots in Singapore. Since the golden triangle of nightspots – Boat Quay – Mohammed Sultan – Zouk are very close to one another, it becomes very convenient to go bar and club hopping in Singapore.
Boat Quay and Clarke Quay
Mostly visited by serious party-goers, Boat Quay and Clarke Quay offer restaurants and pubs that set slightly laid-back party mood. Couples leisurely enjoying their dinner are a common site. Old Chinese godowns are turned into pubs while chophouses too with their amazing facelift are ready to welcome the guests.
Mohammed Sultan Road
This back alley of Singapore which once was lined up with old Chinese godowns, has recently been transformed into the most hot nightlife junction. With godowns in the colourful facades and bars with a Shanghai-Old World type interior, this road is a good place to have fun during night.
Club scenes of Singapore begin with Zouk, a very popular club. Playing house music to the young crowd, Zouk can be compared with the best clubs in Europe. Apart from its resident artists, the club invites artists like Chemical Brothers, Galliano, Heart and Kylie Minogue to entertain the guests with live acts.
Housed in the historic Raffles Hotels, Long Bar is a must-to-mention while talking about nightspots in Singapore. It is the same place where the most famous cocktail of the island, the Singapore Sling was invented. Enjoy the night to the fullest amidst the high-class colonial décor.
Located in Pacific Plaza Penthouse at Orchard Road, Venom boasts a dancing floor and an eye-catching full view of this famous shopping belt. When coming to Singapore, remember to visit this road that offers some very good clubs and enjoy the nightlife to the best with a new theme of music every night.
Boom Boom Room
Featuring drag queens and stand-up comedy, Boom Boom Room is a hit among home crowd and foreigners.
Situated at 71, Bras Basah Road in the Singapore Art Museum, Hu’u Bar is artistically decorated with pieces of a baby grand piano, hung on the wall.
Located at 30 Victoria Street, at Chijmes, China Jump is another popular hang-out during nights. Known for its feel-good factor, this joint is always crowded with youngsters.