6 activities for a perfect Friday night in Singapore

6 activities for a perfect Friday night in Singapore

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Singapore can be a city of delight during the day, but when comes nightfall, it will transform into a different world. Below are 6 top ACTIVITIES that can be done on a Friday night in Singapore.

#CLARKE QUAY

Clarke Quay at night
Clarke Quay at night

Clarke Quay – where, on Friday night the gathering is as much inside the clubs as out in the city. It is a historical riverside quay; people can enjoy a drink near riverside or party in its club street. Friday nights you can’t generally oppose going to the wine bar, or the cocktail spot. There are a lot of places where you can hangout with your friends for a nice glass of beer. Some places to check out are:

#NIGHT SAFARI

Photo credit: Night Safari
Photo credit: Night Safari

Ask anyone what evening time exercises in Singapore they did and chances are they will talk about NIGHT Safari. It is world’s first nocturnal zoo and home to 2500 animals covering 130 species. Take a safari through the nature’s wildlife at night-time. Ensure the Creatures of the Night Show is a piece of your program. You can likewise Hop on a boat in River Safari and appreciate a beautiful ride down the Singapore River while absorbing the splendid lights, sounds and sights in the midst of the chugging of the bumboat motor. Admission fee is SDG 45/adult and SGD 30/Child. Check out their website for more information http://www.nightsafari.com.sg

 

#LATE NIGHT MOVIE

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Photo credit: havingtime.com

Singapore Cineplex’s offer a wide choice of motion pictures with screenings going into the wee hours of the morning. Look at show timings at Golden Village and Shaw Theaters to find out more. If you are fortunate, you could even catch a free motion picture screening at ION Orchard (just on a Saturday however). Prices for the movies start at SGD 12.5. Check out more on their website

GOLDEN VILLAGE: http://www.gv.com.sg/

SHAW THEATRES: http://www.shaw.sg/sw_cinema.aspx

 

#CYCLING

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A few places are best appreciated during the evening, particularly when it’s cooler, less swarmed, and the lights turn out. Some of the places to enjoy during the trip are Punggol Waterway, East Coast Park towards Changi Village.

Some tips for safety: Wear light-hued dress, particularly in case will be on the streets, so drivers can keep an eye out for you. Likewise, in the event that you have fledgling cyclists in your gathering, ensure they stay before the gathering so you can pay special mind to them if they come into any issues. You can rent a bicycle for 6 hrs for SGD 30 only or SGD 40 for a whole day. Check out http://hellobicycle.com.sg/collections/for-rent

 

#SHERLOCK TIME

Photo credit: www.xcape.sg
Photo credit: www.xcape.sg

Bolted rooms (a progression of rooms that let you tackle arrangements through a progression of hints for you to “escape”) have been picking up prominence with youngsters nowadays. Unleash your internal Sherlock, so you don’t need to request that the staff “safeguard” you out of these rooms!

Attempt Xcape Singapore (closes 11.30pm on weekdays and 2am on Fridays and Saturdays), Breakout Escape Game (closes midnight on weekdays and 1am on Fridays and Saturdays) and The Escape Artist (midnight day by day). The tickets can be booked for SGD 28/person. Check out their website http://www.xcape.sg

#WALKING

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For those looking for a serene domain not a long way from the downtown area, you can take a lazy walk around the Gardens by The Bay (Bayfront Station, Exit B). The Gardens offers a verdant relief as you take in the plants and sights of the city in the midst of the cool night climate, the Bay South Outdoor Gardens open till 2am. Also it is FREE!!!

There is a Rooftop restaurant also which provides a mesmerizing view to Marina Bay sands and the Singapore flyer. Check out their website for more information http://www.gardensbythebay.com.sg/en.html

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