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Day 1

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This award winning horticultural destination takes on a new lease of life at night. Admire the stunning Garden Rhapsody sound and light display at the Supertree Grove every night. Read More

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With the sun down, it’s time to hit Singapore’s premier shopping destination, Orchard Road. Opening hours vary from store to store, but most malls are open until 10pm, with many bars and restaurants open till much later than that. There are also monthly pedestrian night events where the street is closed to traffic to make way for some great activities. Read More

3 Mustafa Center

Mustafa Centre has to be seen to be believed. This sprawling megastore in Little India stocks a huge range of electronics, as well as pretty much anything under the sun. Best of all, it’s open 24 hours a day.

4 Timbre @ The Substation

Take in live music performances while you enjoy beer and burgers, every night of the week at Timbre. The popular live music venue now has three outlets in Singapore, at The Substation (downtown), The Arts House (overlooking Singapore River) and Gillman Barracks (in the southwest of the island). Check out their website for information on the latest acts.

Day 2

1 The Library

Travel back in time to the era of prohibition in The Library Bar, a speakeasy-themed bar in the up and coming Keong Saik area. You’ll need a password to get in (hint: check their Facebook page) but it’s worth it for the unique décor and unusual cocktails.

2 Wala Wala Café

Singapore’s CBD has so much going on you could never get bored, but it’s worth heading west and checking out the Holland Village area to see why it’s such a firm favourite with locals and visitors alike. Wala Wala offers great food and drinks as well as excellent live music acts. It’s a welcome opportunity to experience Singapore like a local.

3 2am:dessertbar

A relatively new arrival to the popular Ann Siang Hill, Operation Dagger is themed as an underground ‘secret bar’. Head down the stairs, admire the unique décor, and get ready to wow your tastebuds with some unusual cocktails from the bar’s resident mixologist.

Day 3

1 Lau Pa Sat

Originally built as a market in the 19th century, Lau Pa Sat has since been converted into one of the city’s most popular hawker centres. Enjoy familiar hawker favourites like chicken rice and laksa while taking in the original Victorian architecture. A portion of the road is closed off at night for street side dining where you can indulge in satay (skewered meat) under the stars. Read more

2 Operation Dagger

A relatively new arrival to the popular Ann Siang Hill, Operation Dagger is themed as an underground ‘secret bar’. Head down the stairs, admire the unique décor, and get ready to wow your tastebuds with some unusual cocktails from the bar’s resident mixologist.

3 Gluttons Bay

There’s something tremendously fun about enjoying street food right beside the Esplanade. . Gluttons Bay in Marina Bay delivers just that. With space for more than 500 guests, it’s a riot of sights, sounds and delicious smells from the dozen or so stalls. Try Filipino favourite - Gerry’s Grill for barbecued squid, all washed down with Singapore’s very own Tiger beer.