Friday, March 14, 2014

Singapore Night Life

Clarke Quay, Boat Quay and Riverside

One of the most interesting places in Singapore is its Riverside. This area worths visit in the daytime but its true color comes out in the night. Colorful Clarke Quay with its five blocks of restored warehouses houses various restaurants, bars and nightclubs and is one of the most popular Singapore night life spot among locals, tourists and expats. Boat Quay's proximity to Singapore's Central Business District makes it a popular night out location among white collar workers here and  It is the soft front to the composolitian banking and financial sectors lying immediately behind it. There are some nice selection of bars and restaurants along the river.

Around Riverside do not also miss 1 Altitude Bar, the highest al fresco rooftop bar in Asia with the best view of Singapore, City Space at Swissôtel Stamford, a stylish bar on the 70th floor with a stunning view of Singapore and Asia’s first ever prosecco and vodka bar at IndoChine Empress Place (Asian Civilisations Museum).

Singapore Clarke Quay
Singapore Clarke Quay

This historic building complex in Singapore began life as a Catholic convent but today it is one of the most beautiful night life spots in Singapore. It houses more than 20 F&B outlets, themed eateries, casual cafés, hip bars and clubs as well as retail outlets. Its Gothic-style chapel is now available for private functions and weddings and open large lawn spaces and the courtyard of Chijmes are used for various festivals, musical and theatrical shows as well as private events.

Robertson Quay and Zouk

Filled with restaurants, pubs, cafes, condominiums, offices and other recreational facilities as well as a cluster of hotels, Robertson Quay is less touristy and known compared to Clarke Quay and Boat Quay but has a very nice atmosphere and offers a nice night out. This gem of night entertainment located at the furthest reach of the Singapore River offers a tranquil ambience for an intimate dinner by Singapore River or a hip and happening evening to chill out with friends. With its eclectic mix of international restaurants with alfresco dining, wine bars, arts houses, hotel cafes and high class condominiums, Robertson Quay has come into its own with a string of pleasant dining spots that have attracted their own following.

Zouk is one of the oldest and most popular nightclubs in Singapore, the clubs have proven popular with Singapore's party-going crowd and regularly attract performers from all over the world. It is quite near Robertson Quay and a night wine and dine in Robertson Quay can be finalized in this colorful night club.

Zouk Club Singapore
Zouk Club Singapore

Mohammed Sultan Road
Pub-crawler's paradise Mohammed Sultan Road is a famous Singapore nightlife strip near Singapore's upscale residential area called River Valley. 

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