Ever think that Singapore is dull and boring at night. Think you have explore all the places in Singapore? Doesn’t know where to go for a wonderful evening with your date? You may wished to reconsider. Singapore is slowly becoming a night city and it’s has effort to show it. Here are some of the best places Singapore proud to offer for both locals and tourists. If you have been there before alone, why not go there again however this time bring someone with you and you will have a totally new and exciting feeling!
1. Singapore Zoo – Night Safari
The world’s first Night Safari, set in 40 hectares of jungle adjoining the Singapore Zoo, unfold the mystery and drama of the jungle at night with stunning effects. You will be lead on a tram ride to cover a loop of the Zoo where you will be able to view animals in complete safety and comfort. For the adventurous, walking trails are available! At the end of the ride you may wish to enjoy in a romantic forest setting. If both of you like nature, this is a perfect place.
2. Singapore Flyer – Viewing Above Rest All
Singapore Flyer is the world’s largest observation wheel. Standing at a stunning 165m from the ground, the Flyer offers you breathtaking, panoramic views of the Marina Bay, our island city and beyond. There’s also a wide range of shops, restaurants, activities and facilities. It’s the only place to see Singapore’s magnificent cityscape. As the wheel turns, you’ll be treated to a visual 360° feast of iconic and historical landmarks and views from the Marina Bay to the Singapore River, Raffles Place, Merlion Park, Empress Place and the Padang. There is no other place in Singapore that offers these breathtaking, panoramic views. You ain’t a truly Singaporean if you haven’t try it !
Daily Flights: 8.30am – 10.30pm
Ticket Sales: 8.00am – 10.00pm
Prices for Adult, Child and Senior are S$29.50, S$20.65 and S$23.60 respectively.
3. Sentosa – Song Of The Sea
Get ready to fall under the spell of a new nightly extravaganza set in the sea. Songs of the Sea brings you a mesmerizing show with a live cast and dramatic effects pyrotechnics, water jets, brilliant lasers, special computer imaging, bursts of fire, captivating music and stunning flame bursts. It’s a one-of-a-kind entertainment that’s not to be missed. Songs of the Sea is a rain or shine event. It’s a visual extravaganza that never to be missed!
4. Boat Quay – The True Singapore River
Take in the beautiful Singapore skyline by night on a Bumboat ride after dinner. Cruise along the Singapore River in an authentic bumboat to see the legacy of Singapore’s history. Take in the sight of old shophouses, godowns, heritage government buildings, the majestic Merlion and imposing modern structures that thrust boldly skywards. The Singapore River has seen 150 years of commercial activity and has been at the heart of the growth of an obscure fishing village to a great seaport and metropolis. A 30-minute ride on a low-slung bumboat enables you to appreciate this transformation. Admire beautifully restored warehouses that now house chic quayside dining and entertainment spots and the contrasting skyscrapers of the Financial District . Then marvel at magnificent colonial buildings and five grand old bridges before circling around the Merlion statue, Singapore’s tourism icon. The tour embarks from Parliament House Landing Steps (near Raffles’ Landing Site).
5. Vivocity – Shop Till You Drop
VivoCity is Singapore’s largest shopping mall, situated at the HarbourFront, next to the Keppel Harbour.
In its first month of operation in December 2006, it attracted more than 4.2 million visitors. And even to this day, throngs of people continue to line its aisles. Vivocity has become the most popular shopping centre in Singapore among locals and tourists. It is both a shopper paradise as well as a food and entertainment paradise boosting hundreds of shops and restaurants. Shopping has never been so fun.
6. Clark Quay – Discover The Present
Lying near the mouth of the Singapore River, the site of Clarke Quay is buzzing with life and activity. The waterfront go downs now play host to a colourful kaleidoscope of restaurants, wine bars, entertainment spots and retail shops. The bustling market atmosphere of bygone days comes alive amidst the rows of charming shophouses, pushcarts, and five-foot-way merchants.
Clarke Quay is a delightful mix of modern and traditional. A reminder of its rich heritage is reflected in the vibrantly orchestrated concept. Their vision – an innovative approach which boldly reflects the heritage and charm of Clarke Quay. Set amidst a backdrop of old shophouses, you can savour the many delights of Chinese, Italian, Mediterranean and local cuisine. And when the sun goes down, you don’t have to look far to discover some of the city’s trendiest nightspots.
Also adrenaline seekers will want to try out G-Max Reverse Bungy – Singapore’s first and only reverse bungy. Direct from New Zealand, the open-air capsule catapults you to a height of 60 meters at a staggering speed of 200km/hr. for an easier ride, hop onto a traditional trishaw and take in the spectacular views. Or cruise down the historic waterways in an authentic bumboat for a rare glimpse of old shophouses and godowns.
7. St James Power Station – One Stop Entertainment Destination
St James Power Station is Singapore largest one-stop entertainment hub. It is a trendy night life destination that boosts nine distinct outlets. Each individual outlet has its own exclusive theme, spanning from world music and jazz to contemporary dance and mando-pop. Guests will be awed by the sheer range and diversity live entertainment and music styles offered by St James Power Station. And the best part is, after paying the cover charges; guests can enjoy access to all nine outlets.
8. Mount Faber – Cable Car Ride
Take in the panoramic views of the harbour, Sentosa and other Southern islands from the top of Mount Faber. Or wait till night falls to see the city lights after dark while you chill out at the cafeteria.
Tickets can be purchased at ticketing counters located at , The Jewel Box, HarbourFront Tower 2 and Sentosa Tour Desk. Prices for a normal cabin is S$17.90 for adult for a one-way cable car ride and 19.90 for a returned cable card ride. For Glass Bottom cabin is S$21.90.
You can board the cable car at either The Jewel Box Station HarbourFront Station or Sentosa Station.
9. Downtown East – All The Perspiration And Fun
Downtown East, formerly called NTUC Lifestyle World, is located next to Pasir Ris Park and is a 10-minute drive from Changi International Airport. Occupying 14. 7 hectares, it was officially opened on 5 November 2000 after being redeveloped at a cost of S$30 million. In the year 2003, a further S$23 million was pumped in to develop Singapore’s largest water theme park Wild Wild Wet. Today, Downtown East offers union members and Singaporeans comprehensive lifestyle and entertainment choices at affordable prices. Amenities include theme parks (Wild Wild Wet and Escape Theme Park), resorts (Costa Sands Resort Downtown East and Pasir Ris), F & B outlets (foodcourt Hao Kou Wei, fast food restaurants etc.), retail shops (Watsons, Giordano and etc.), gaming centre (Zone X), a children’s club (eXplorerkid) as well as MICE facilities (D’Marquee, function rooms).
10. Fountain of Wealth – It Comes True
The world’s largest fountain, Fountain of Wealth at Suntec City. It is believed that walking clockwise around the fountain 3 times while touching the water will bring good luck and fortune. At night, the Fountain of Wealth comes alive with a laser show and its effects are dazzling. You can also dedicate a free laser message to your sweetheart.
During the night, this fountain is up for a laser show.
It”s also a place of abundant romance as people dedicate songs and messages and even plan their marriage proposals around the laser message service we offer to visitors. Coupled with a multimedia extravaganza of laser light and sound every night, a visit to the fountain brings home wonderful memories of a lifetime. Thinking of putting up a spot to propose? This could be it a reasonable way for proposals. On weekday evenings, simply dedicate a love song and project a laser message to her, all absolutely for free!!
11. Esplanade – Arts And Entertainment At Its Best
Theatres on the Bay sits on prime waterfront land by Marina Bay, and offers a complete lifestyle experience – dining, shopping, and the performing arts.The 8,000 sqm Esplanade Mall offers an exciting mix of retail, lifestyle and entertainment outlets over three levels. From show-related merchandise to flowers, custom made hand lotions to home decorations and even guitar and violin shops, the mall provides a unique shopping experience to complement your visit to the arts centre.
What’s more, patrons can also enjoy a pre or post-performance dinner at one of the mall’s premier restaurants or specialty cafes. Wine and dine in style at the alfresco Waterfront, tuck into local hawker favourites, coffee and cakes or simply grab a quick drink and bite at the bars.Even if you’re not catching a performance, Esplanade Mall provides the perfect environment for you to catch up with friends and family or just to chill out and immerse yourself in the artistic ambience of one of the world’s busiest performing arts centres. Do check out on the upcoming events at esplanade and prepare a wonderful evening there.
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