What to Do in Singapore at Night

What to Do in Singapore at Night What to Do in Singapore at Night

What to Do in Singapore at Night

Planning your Singapore staycation or vacation, and wondering what you can do in Singapore at night? As a tropical city that never sleeps, Singapore is certainly known for its nightlife!

Due to Covid-19, the Lion City has introduced temporary measures for public health safety. For dining out and nightlife, these are some regulations that you should note: Group sizes are limited to 10, patrons should be fully vaccinated, and indoor masking is required. For places where dancing is an intended activity, patrons have to produce a negative antigen rapid test (ART) before entering the premises. The ART has to be supervised by a test provider approved by the Ministry of Health, either in-person or remotely.

Not keen to hit a pub or club just yet? The Pan Pacific Hotels Group invites you to reimagine your nightlife adventures, by checking out the full range of fun activities in Singapore that you can enjoy after dark.


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What To Do in Singapore in the Evening

Have an hour or two to spare before your dinner plans? Try these unusual evening activities in Singapore, which will certainly give you much to talk about at the dinner table!


Be a Beekeeper for an Evening


Want a nature experience? Spend an evening at The Sundowner, a whimsical rooftop farm and bar. Book their Bee Encounter to learn the ins-and-outs of beekeeping, see a beehive up close, and watch bees at work! 

Don’t worry about being stung—you will wear a bee suit for protection—but do note that this encounter is not suitable for those allergic to bee stings. There will also be time for you to taste different types of honey, learn about their flavour notes, and sip on a farm-to-table honey cocktail.


Book a Bee Encounter at The Sundowner


Embrace Your Creative Side

Rug Tufting Rug Tufting


Looking for an activity that is trendy yet practical? Rug tufting is gaining popularity in Singapore thanks to creative TikTokers and Instagrammers, who latched onto this ancient craft during the Covid-19 lockdowns.

If you are wondering what this is all about, the term ‘tufting’ refers to the process of creating three-dimensional textile surfaces, and modern-day rug tufting involves using a tufting gun to ‘shoot’ yarn through a backing fabric. It is easy to pick up, and you can try this at Tuft Club, to create your own contemporary rug or wall hanging of up to 60 by 60cm.


Book a rug tufting session at Tuft Club


Experience the Tale of Two Lovers


Fancy a Singapore night experience that evokes nostalgia? The audio-guided Oh! Stories: New World’s End tour invites you to imagine life at the former New World Amusement Park—the main attraction of the Jalan Besar district from the 1920s to the 1960s. 

Framed as a story of two star-crossed lovers who meet at the New World Amusement Park, the tour takes you on an emotional rollercoaster ride, where you will experience the euphoria and heartbreak of romance while wandering along the back alleys of modern-day Jalan Besar.

Tip: to immerse yourself in the tour, rely solely on the audio guide to find your way—leave your map in your pocket! Tours run from 5.30-10.00pm, so this is a fun activity to try before or after your dinner.


Book a tour at Oh! Stories New World’s End


Develop a Taste for Singapore-Made Gin

What do Ernest Hemingway, Winston Churchhill, and Michelle Obama have in common? They are all gin lovers, and you can be one too! 

Visit Tanglin Gin, Singapore’s first gin distillery, to find out how gin is made here—from wet market to bottle! You will get to sniff and taste locally sourced ingredients, as well as savour four different Tanglin Gin expressions, followed by a bespoke gin and tonic cocktail.


Book a tour at Tanglin Gin


What To Do After Dinner in Singapore

Still raring to go after dinner? These fun night activities in Singapore will keep you in high spirits!


Book a Private Night Safari Experience


Hoping to avoid crowds at Singapore’s world-famous Night Safari? You can explore the nocturnal wildlife park with your own personal guide and buggy! From welcome mocktails and private feeding sessions with Indian rhinos and Asian elephants, to special seats at the top-rated Creatures of the Night animal show, this VIP experience will be one to remember.

Book a Safari Adventure Tour at the Night Safari


Watch a Movie Outdoors

A good movie is a great way to cap the night, and there is something magical about being in an outdoor movie theatre. Cinewav holds outdoor movie screenings, where you watch a movie on a big screen while listening to the audio on your phone via the Cinewav app (available on App Store and Google Play). Book tickets through the app, and get updates on screening events by following Cinewav on Instagram.


Take a Joyride at Sentosa


Planning to spend the day at Sentosa? Book a night ride at the Skyline Luge Sentosa—this is a family-friendly thrill ride that you will not want to miss! Hop in the driver’s seat of a Luge cart, and let gravity do the rest as you whiz through exhilarating tunnels and downhill slopes, set in a mystical forest that lights up after sundown.


Book a night ride at Skyline Luge Sentosa


Try a New Sport

Enjoy a game of darts? Then you might like axe throwing—the new sport in town! A recreational and competitive sport, axe throwing involves hurling an axe at a target board, and scoring points based on where it lands. Perfectly safe to play (under supervision), it is a game of technique rather than strength, making it suitable for all fitness levels. 


Book a session at Axe Factor


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What To Do in Singapore After Midnight

Planning to stay up through the night? These late-night activities in Singapore will keep night owls entertained!


Shop at Don Don Donki


Why do Singaporeans love the Japanese chain store Don Don Donki? Well, some locals miss travelling to Japan, which has been closed to foreigners during Covid-19, and visiting a Japanese grocery store is the next best thing. For others, it is a chance to shop for interesting products (especially snacks) at affordable prices—the maze-like experience of checking out novelty goods on floor-to-ceiling shelves offers a bit of escapist fun. 

Best of all, the Don Don Donki Orchard Central outlet is open 24/7, making it the perfect place for insomniacs to roam!


Have Fun with Board Games

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Board games are ideal for bonding, testing your wits, and keeping you enthralled for hours. If you need a plan for the wee hours of the night, head to the board games cafe known as Mind Cafe, which stays open till 6.00 am on Fridays and Saturdays. 

Pick a familiar game to play, or choose something that you have never tried before—a game facilitator will walk you through the rules! Feeling peckish? Drinks and quick bites are available around the clock.


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