The best nightlife in Singapore is centred around the city centre, meaning that you can quite easily have a slap-up meal on Club Street in Chinatown, head to Marina Bay for a cocktail (whilst lapping up the view), and then end up dancing the night away at Clarke Quay – all in the same evening.
Convenience is not Singapore’s only strong point either. In recent years, the Lion City has been shaking off its reputation as being a sterile, overpriced hub of commerce, thanks in no small part to the ever-growing popularity of some internationally renowned nightclubs, not to mention some spectacular rooftop bars that keep popping up around the city.
The iconic, 3-pronged Marina Bay Sands is a real focal point of Singapore, and it’s visible from miles around. Not only does it look the part, but this massive complex is also a great place to hit after dark – for so many reasons.
Highlights of Marina Bay Sands include the uber-cool CE LA VI bar on the 57th floor or the 15,000 sqm, 24-hour casino. There’s also a shopping mall on the ground floor as well as a 360-degree observation deck right at the top.