Chill Out Zone
Boat Quay & Clarke Quay
This historic, eye-catching riverside enclave, situated upstream from the mouth of the Singapore River and Boat Quay, once held warehouses where goods from barge lighters were stored in the colonial era. Today, these warehouses are home to various clubs and bars that locals and visitors flock to for their popular waterfront drinking and live music performances.
Bras Basah & Bugis
A vibrant arts enclave home to museums and monuments, the Bras Basah. Bugis precinct is also well-loved for the various entertainment hub of bars and clubs that get especially lively at night. The area is especially popular for its live music venues that hosts performances by popular local artists and up-and-coming musicians for visitors to enjoy while savouring delectable bar bites and drinks.
Dempsey Hill & Holland Village
Once home to an 1850s-era nutmeg plantation called Mount Harriet and then the Tanglin Barracks in the late 1800s, Dempsey Hill was redeveloped in 2007 into a one-stop dining, entertainment and shopping enclave. Come sunset, a mix of wine bars and eateries offer visitors a relaxed night out amid tranquil natural surroundings. At Holland Village, travellers will find a laid back neighbourhood with a vibrant night atmosphere popular among locals and expatriates, thanks to the lively bars lining Lorong Mambong.
Where nutmeg, fruit orchards and pepper plantations once thrived is now a site with modern shopping malls and hotels. More than just a retail haven, visitors can find a thriving nightlife scene here, and indulge in a world class drinking experience at the award winning bars that are situated in this district.
Marina Bay, Esplanade & Fullerton
The Marina Bay, Fullerton and Esplanade areas offer a variety of after-dark options and these modern waterfront developments are heavily frequented by travellers and locals. At these districts, visitors can savour drinks and party at lively nightclubs while taking in the stunning view of the city skyline including the iconic Marina Bay Sands, Singapore Flyer, Merlion Park and Gardens by the Bay.
Tanjong Pagar & Chinatown
The Chinatown and Tanjong Pagar area is where the old meets the new. Visitors will find temples standing alongside lively clubs and bars. The many watering holes and laid-back hangouts clustered in this area and the nearby streets of Ann Siang Hill, Club Street, Cross Street and Telok Ayer Street, make it perfect for bar-hopping.