FROM celebrity deejays and live bands to bar-top dancing – Singapore's bustling night scene has something for everyone. Check out the scene at Singapore's largest nightspot areas below.
Boat Quay & Empress Place
Located at the heart of the business district, Boat Quay has jazz bars, English-theme pubs and restaurants. Across the Singapore River at Empress Place are The Arts House and Victoria Theatre.
At this civic district, you can have a drink at one of the world's tallest hotels or chill out at the historic enclave of Chijmes - a convent school that survived World War II - where many classy restaurants and bars are now housed.
This waterfront precinct houses Indo-Chinese, Oriental and Middle Eastern theme bars, some of Singapore's hippest dance clubs and a variety of restaurants.
Located on the edge of Chinatown, this street is home to restored century-old shophouses. The alleys are lined with trendy bars, fine dining restaurants, spas and boutiques.
Located in a residential suburb about 10 minutes' drive from Orchard Road, Holland Village houses modern bars, pubs and trendy restaurants.Check out Chip Bee Gardens and Lorong Mambong for a varied experience.
The clubs and bars in this area are often packed on weekends. The theme nights are worth checking out with many places offering free drinks for the ladies.