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Nightlife in Singapore

 
 

Pictured; Singapore at night

 
 
 
 

While Singapore is often viewed as a conservative country, night life is getting bigger thanks to the governments push to attract more tourists. Once a glass of draught beer could set you back $10 thanks to the governments sin tax, today this tax has been relaxed and while it still is expensive to drink in bars when compared to some other countries, the prices for alcohol in the supermarkets aren't too bad.

Nitelife in Singapore centers around the Singapore River with the most popular bars and clubs around the Boat Quay and Clarke Quay areas. This area is also home to plenty of cafes and restaurants, so perhaps a bite of the famous Singaporean cuisine before hitting the bars would be a good idea. Finding a restaurant that allows you to BYO a bottle of wine may be also a good economical way to start the night.

Other places to visit at night include Mohamed Sultan Rd, Circular Road, Robertson Quay and the new marina district that is set to become Singapore's new entertainment precinct as it grows over the next 5 or so years.  

Singapore has one of the lowest crime rates in the world thanks to a strong and strict police force, so its a very safe place to travel around at any time of the day. That being said as in any city in the world do take care and try to not get arrested for drunken disorderly on your big night out in Singapore.

 
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Singapore
Overview
Getting There
Getting Around
Accommodation
Things to Do
Dining out
Nightlife
Photos
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