Singapore is a hip and happening place. There are plenty of places to visit and things to do. Even for night owls, there is plenty to do in Singapore. Singapore has a lot going on even when the sun sets.

It’s not just the bars and pubs that are open, there are plenty of nighttime attractions for families.

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Want to get a view of the city from the sky or race through tracks? There is something to do for everyone in Singapore.

Late Night Activities in Singapore


  • Gardens by the Bay


In a list of nighttime attractions, Gardens by the Bay is a given. With stupendous lighting and music, the synchronized lights and music show at the gardens will grab your attention and make you stand in awe.

Walk along the Supertree groves and the flower dome and take in the magnificence. You can also take the cruise and see the lights show in full glory from the boat.



  • Singapore Flyer


Singapore’s skyline is gorgeous in the morning, but it’s even more beautiful in the nights. The Singapore Flyer is a giant Ferris wheel that gives you a breathtaking view of the Red Dot. It takes a good 32 minutes for the Ferris wheel to finish its trip. There is also a food court where you can eat before you take the trip.

  • Haw Par Villa in the Night


(Currently close for renovation, check up the update HERE)

Haw Par Villa is a solid attraction for those who like history. The guides take you through the past of Chinese culture. The exhibits are beautiful and teach you in detail about the ancient civilization.

The night trail is a bit spooky and the guide takes you through the journey of the deaths of the par’s founders. Get into philosophical discourses about life and death.

SPH Razor team is challenging to debunk the myth! (Watch with care)



  • Night Safari


Zoos are always fun, where you can see wild animals up-close. But the Night Safari is even better. The Night Safari in Singapore is the world’s first and you can encounter wild animals that are nocturnal and that cannot be seen during the day. They have over 100+ species of animals.

It’s a must visit for animal lovers.



  • Bugis Street Night Market


If shopping during the day is not your style, then visit the Bugis Street Night Market for some discount friendly shopping. Keep in mind, this is a popular destination and it gets pretty crowded. It’s known for its snacks and souvenirs.



  • Stargazing at Singapore Science Center


The Singapore Science Center is always a popular destination because of its range of exhibits and artifacts. There are over 1000 exhibits across 14 galleries and each of them will blow your mind. If you are more of an astronomy fan, then you need to get to the observatory at the Science Center.

The powerful telescopes give you a glimpse of the stars beyond our reach.

You can see their timings for the above HERE.

There are also many fun and family oriented activities to go for.

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  • Art Museum


Museums should always be enjoyed in isolation. Busy and crowded museums take away the fun of the exhibits. Keeping this in mind, the Singapore Art Museum has kept the museum open till 9 PM in the night. Start your tour at 7 PM on a weekday and you are sure to enjoy the exhibits in peace.



  • Bowling under cosmic lights


The bowling culture in Singapore is hip and happening. Singaporeans love to bowl and taking this experience to the next level is Cosmic Bowling. Cosmic Bowling is a glow in the dark bowling centre, where your clothes glow while you bowl. If you are a bowler, then you must try Cosmic Bowling.



  • Clarke Quay


Clarke Quay needs no introductions. If you want to kick back and enjoy the best of Singapore’s nightlife, then head on to Clarke Quay and experience the different bars. There are many types of bars and pubs depending on your mood and style.

Visit the hottest club in Singapore, Zouk and party all night with your friends.

Check our article on TOP 11 Nightclubs in Singapore to Dance the Night Away!



  • Movies at night



Watching a movie in a theatre might not be on your list when visiting Singapore, but The Screening Room has a different experience. They play cult classics and popular hits and you can sit comfortably on lounge chairs. This is an off the cuff movie-going experience and it’s a must try for movie lovers.


  • Henderson Waves Bridge


Above is the day view. Night view will be superb!

Singapore has a lot of spots for taking strolls, but taking strolls under the beating heat can ruin the experience. The Henderson Waves Bridge will give you a nighttime strolling experience, unlike others. The bridge itself is architecturally significant because of the way it’s designed.

If you want to take a romantic stroll, this is your spot!



  • Spectra Show – Marina Bay

The best things in life are free and the same goes for the Spectra Show. The Spectra Show is a fountain and light show along with symphony music. If you are looking for a delight for your eyes and ears, get to Marina Bay South and enjoy this free experience.



  • Escape Rooms

Escape rooms are fun, but at night and with a scary background story, they can be heart racing. If you can fight your fears and problem-solve, then the escape rooms at night is the place to go. It’s an absolutely safe experience, but the simulations can be very scary and this is not for the faint-hearted.



  • Sentosa Island Cable Car

Cable cars are always fun. They go through the length and breadths of the city and give you a bird’s eye view. The Sentosa Island Cable Car is a unique experience that is open till 9:30 PM. It’s a perfect vantage point to get a view of the city.



  • Night Luge Sentosa


Last, but not least. The night luge is a fun and thrilling experience. A luge is a cross between a snow-sledge and a go-kart and gives you complete control of the vehicle. Race through the 1.4km course and beat your friends in this thrilling experience.


Things to Do at Night

Singapore offers a wide range of experiences for all kinds of travellers. Get away from the blazing sun with these 15 nighttime activities that are also family friendly.

Above spots are good for couples to hang out at night as well.


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