5 Things to do in Singapore After Dark

by | Apr 17, 2019

“Singapore is so hot.”

Yes, we can’t help it. How do our bodies cope with the heat? We perspire and then we whine about our sweat drenched outfits and ruined makeup in the day. So how? Stay indoors, or simply go out at night!

When it is perpetually summer in Singapore, there is no way to escape the heat, but we think we can alleviate your heat stress a little. At the same time, you can still look good and pose for your #ootd or #wiwt, with these 5 cool recommendations.

1. JEWEL @ Changi Airport

The highly anticipated man-made marvel has finally opened its doors on 17 April 2019 to the public after 5 years in the making! Home to the world’s tallest indoor waterfall, tens of thousands of trees, plants and shrubs, an indoor mirror maze and playground, a movie theatre and over 250 retail outlets, you can easily spend a day exploring this one-of-a-kind lifestyle hub. Think the airport is only a point of transit? You might want to think again. 

JEWEL is even more spectacular at night when the waterfall transforms into a light-and-sound show. Go up to level 5 and take in the sights of the urban indoor forest from on high, or even better, choose to dine underneath the stars.

Where: Jewel Changi Airport, 78 Airport Boulevard, Singapore 819666

2. MARQUEE Singapore

If getting high on music is what you’re after, then you have to check out the newest and biggest entertainment night club, MARQUEE Singapore at Marina Bay Sands! Take your partying to new heights, and we mean it literally, where else could you dance away on a Ferris wheel or go on a mega slide just for funall in one location?

Wait, is this a carnival or a nightclub? Glad you asked– MARQUEE hails from Las Vegas and aims to redefine your clubbing experience: it is not a night spent jostling for floorspace in a crowd bigger than the venue. Branded as a multi-concept dining and entertainment destination, this mega-club promises to take your regular clubbing experience to the next level.  

Where: Marina Bay Sands, 2 Bayfront Avenue, B1-67, Singapore 018956

3. Victoria Theatre and Concert Hall

If you’re still not over your recent Europe trip, head over to Victoria Theatre and Concert Hall (VTCH). Its neoclassical architecture is just what you need to feel like you’re on the other side of the world again.

VTCH comprises two blocks of buildings which were constructed more than 43 years apart, in 1862 and 1905, and joined by a clock tower. As the oldest performing arts venue in Singapore and a national monument gazetted since 1992, it is worth paying a visit to bask in its elegant atmosphere.

Where:  9 Empress Pl, Singapore 179556

4. Marina Barrage 

Enjoy a breezy, unobstructed view of the city skyline from Marina Barrage an engineering marvel designed to boost Singapore’s water supply as well as double up as a recreational site. If the sweltering heat is stopping you from checking out this place, head over after dusk and that’s when you’ll see fanciful, neon-lit kites dominate the cloudless skies. 

Where: 8 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018951

5. Immersive Theatre and Dining Experience 

If all the above options do not pique your interest, and you’re looking for something out of the ordinary and a delicious good time, book an immersive dining experience with ANDSOFORTH!

According to their website, ANDSOFORTH is a pop up restaurant specialising in fusing art & dining in non-linear experiences. 

So, if you have an appetite for surprises and the unexpected, go ahead book a seat with ANDSOFORTH. The theme and venue are kept secret and will only be revealed to registered guests on the day itself.

Where:  A mystery to be savoured

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