Singapore After Dark
There’s plenty to do in Singapore after hours, and, yes, I am referring to after dusk and before dawn. The city takes on a different tempo as the daytime buzz becomes more peaceful.
Here are five amazing hidden gems that I highly recommend:
Standing at 36 metres high, this is Singapore’s lofty pedestrian bridge. Connecting Mount Faber Park to Telok Blangah Hill Park, the bridge comes aglow from 7pm-2am nightly, making it a great place for an after-dinner stroll!
This massive Singapore institution offers round-the-clock shopping for everything under the sun – from skincare and electronics to sportswear and pre-loved designer bags, as well as spices, exotic pickles and snacks from around the world.
Established in 1859, the historic Singapore Botanic Gardens is home to an impressive collection of tropical flora – over 10,000 types! – including heritage trees and primary rainforest plants. It is a lovely place to visit any time of the day for a stroll, walk or even a run.
Prawn fishing is a popular pastime among Singaporeans. Enjoy the thrill of catching lobsters, flower crabs and tiger prawns in a saltwater pond with family and friends. The activity is available 24 hours a day.
Ever tried bowling in the dark? Go glow-in-the-dark bowling! Cosmic Blowing marries bowling and discotheque lights with thumping dance music that is sure to get you grooving.
For more ideas on what to do after dark, visit my Night Light Map which goes live each evening after 6pm local time. My team has collected some of the interesting after-dark activities in Singapore, including some that are just a few footsteps from my hotels.
Not sure where to start your #LeaveBoringBehind experience? Ask my team for suggestions and how to get around. Have fun exploring!