Singapore has no dearth of nightlife hotspots. Prominent among them are the clubs of the Orchard Road. Other mentionworthy places are Boat Quay, Clarke Quay, and Mohammed Sultan Road. Without Zouk of Jiak Kim Street, any information would be termed incomplete. Another famous spot is the Long Bar at Raffles Hotel. There is no scarcity of pubs, bars and nightclubs in Singapore.
Lovers of drinks, no matter on what budget they perform, can find refuge in Singapore. Those who have light pocket can visit hawker centres or food courts for few sips. Visitors with moderate budget can go to some nightspots, where prices are not too much. Those itching to spend money can pay visit to expensive bars. Happy hours in Singapore are roughly between 17:00 and 21:00 hours. Beyond this time most Singapore bars and nightclubs become expensive.
Shopping in Night
Saunter to the ethnic quarters such as Chinatown and Little India for unique night shopping experience. If you are good in bargaining, you can bring out the best deal. Colorful atmosphere enhances the fun of shopping. Singapore's only 24-hour shopping mall, Mustafa Centre, is also located in Little India. One can find any conceivable item here.
Cinemas are also nice option to have fun-filled night life. Movie theatres are located all around Singapore and provide movie lovers wide variety of options. One can refer to the local newspapers for information about movies to be shown in these cinema halls.
Night Safari of Singapore is the first of its type in the world. It is the home of several rare animals like African bongo, Cape buffalo, striped hyena, blue sheep, golden jackal, one-horned rhinoceroes. What makes the Night Safari different from the nocturnal section of any zoo is that the animals are busy in their normal night life - prowling and hunting for food. The Night Safari houses more than 900 animals of 135 exotic species.