If you’re looking for an antidote to a long day of paperwork and meetings, Singapore’s nightlife scenes have you covered with a wide range of tastes and fancies to suit your every desire. In this nation of extravagant spending in exchange for the best pleasures, all you can expect for is a ditch of the cover. But don’t worry, I’ve got you covered with a list of the top three nightlife venues in Singapore where you can let your inner party animal loose.

So, before the bass drops, the DJs start spinning, and your sleepy self starts snoring, get out and feel rejuvenated and pumped in the company of wonderful people in these places.

Ladies, remember that Wednesday is your night in Singapore.

Three of Singapore’s Best Nightlife Spots, according to my own opinion:

  1. Arab Street/Haji Lane
    In the lamp-lit lanes of Arab Street, tradition, art, culture, and vibrancy come together in a magnificent way. It’s nearly an uncommon sight to see a venue in the city that precisely reflects its culture while also embracing the vibes of the youth with fire and zeal, as symbolized by the famed Sultan Mosque. Different eateries serve various cuisines such as Arabic, Lebanese, Italian, American fast food, and Indian on the streets.
Haji Lane, Singapore. PC: Karishma Hingorani

Haji Lane is the place to go if you enjoy sitting back on the streets and watching live acts in the thick of the crowd. The Magic Carpet Bollywood Lounge, which plays Bollywood beats throughout the week in a fantastic atmosphere, will appeal to the Indian in you. Not to be missed, the Pan Pacific Hotel, located directly across the street in Marina Square, is home to one of the country’s greatest clubs, ‘Bang Bang,’ which recently waived its cover charge.

Wednesday & Friday (11PM-3AM), Saturday (11PM-3AM) @ Magic Carpet Bollywood Lounge (11PM-4AM)

phone number: +65 6291 6009

Friday, Saturday, and Wednesday: Bang Bang (10PM-6AM)

(phone) +65 8127 2808

2. Clarke Quay

Clarke Quay, Singapore. PC: Karishma Hingorani

Without mentioning this amazingly magnificent location, Singapore’s nightlife would be incomplete. Clarke Quay is the city’s oldest, most contemporary, and opulent nightlife district. With a lively population full of life located amidst expensive restaurants as well as everyday dining options, the scene appears straight out of a romantic film.

Some of these restaurants also include live entertainment, with local artists putting up their best efforts to create some of the most stunning evenings that extend into some of the most gorgeous nights by the river. The entire region, which is separated into more than five zones, is surrounded by nightclubs.

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Get Juiced, one of Singapore’s first cashless bars with live entertainment, is one of the nicest I’ve visited.

The club is organized into three sections: a seated bar (CHILL), a live music room (LIVE), and a DJ space (DANCE). Attica Singapore is another highly fashionable and elegant party location, where you’ll be sure to get your foot tapping to some of the most outstanding sounds perfectly blended with a great drinks selection to create the scene for your evening.

If you enjoy dressing up and having a fancy night out, Clarke Quay offers the ideal combination of posh and casual, so you may choose your trend.

3. Village of Holland

What I like best about Holland Village is the easygoing feeling of street-side relaxation and camaraderie that pervades the neighborhood. Packs of friends and families situated across a narrow street lined on both sides with bars and live sports screenings make you jump up in your seat and feel linked to everyone else. Even if you’re traveling alone, you won’t feel out of place here.

Holland Village Road, a short street with restaurants, bars, and cafés on both sides, offers a nightlife scene that is not only easy to find but also delivers a wonderful meal at some of the most inexpensive prices for the drinking enthusiast.

For me, one of the best locations here is Cha Cha Cha, a Mexican restaurant that serves a broad variety of delectable dishes packed with real flavor at a reasonable price. The British Indian Curry Hut, with its fusion food presenting a unique blend of Indian and Western dishes, is another fantastic spot to visit.

If you prefer a laid-back feel and meeting up with friends over a noisy club and dancing, or if you’re a family looking to bring your cool parents into the nighttime scene, Holland Village is the place to be.

If you know some other awesome places for a great night in Singapore (or anywhere in the world) comment below!