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Nightlife in Singapore….

City that never sleeps

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Seems like Singapore never goes to sleep! One of the most amazing discoveries was the huge amount of activities and entertainment after the sun goes down, and we are not just talking restaurants and clubs… There are always tons of events going on in the city, so that night owls can find something special to see and do.

Night dining… Dinners are normally served quite late, at 8-9 pm, and many restaurants stay open past midnight, and the great thing about Singapore is that many restaurants and coffee shops are open 24 hours. So even travelers can savor various cuisines after long pub crawl (not just leftover burgers and fries) or get a refreshing cup of coffee at 2 am!

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Night Attractions… Singapore has incredible amount of tourist activities for late evening hours. There are 5 museums open late at night (such as Asian Civilizations Museum and Singapore Art Museum) and also various activities like Traditional bumboat rides, Night Safari, Sentosa 4-D Magix just to name a few. The city is great for truly all-day sightseeing, not just early afternoon!

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Night Spots… Singapore is city that barely sleeps with all the clubs, pubs, bars and concerts going on every night! Here is a really good directory to nightlife, where all entertainment is broken down by location:
http://www.visitsingapore.com/publish/stbportal/en/home/what_to_do/nightlife_in_singapore/nightspot.html

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Night Shopping... We’ll tell more about shopping some other time, but let’s just say Singaporecan satisfy your shopping cravings 24/7! Don’t you just hate that malls back home are closing at 9, and even at 6 on Sundays? It’s just ridiculous! This is why we had to go to the Mustafa Centre, a 24 hour mall in the Little India. Other malls are mostly open till 11 pm (including food courts) to accommodate customers wanting to do some shopping in the evening.

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Posted by 3ingapore 10:16

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