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Feel like a swing tonight Then nights in Singapore are all within your new-discover the fascination. After hours of entertainment is either significantly ex-pat or separately from Singapore and there are many places where visitors can enjoy the East and West in the style of nightlife. Nightspots in Singapore tend to There are in groups, making pub-hopping even easier. Each spot addresses a different type of crowd, it 's worth doing some exploring. Below is a guide to spice up the meaning of pub-crawlers and other nocturnal creatures with a solid entertainment.

There is little room for an alternative music scene, but the range of clubs and hotel bars are very popular, especially on weekends. The bars in major hotels along Orchard Road are a good bet for a drink refined or even meet with clients. Locales who can not afford the high prices of these places are happy to drink beer in some of the all-night street hawker centres or food.
Boat Quay : Heaven for Party Goers
Some areas and sites are very rich with foreign workers and tourists. Boat Quay is filled with tourists, a chain of boutique houses converted to noisy bars and restaurants overlooking the river and passers-by are lured with pleasure hours drinks. One of the best-known places is Harry's Bar, a favourite haunt of Baring Bank fraudster Nick Leeson with jazz and jamming sessions most evenings.

Bars: Singapore has a bar to satisfy all tastes, refined colonial grandeur of Raffles Hotel's Bar & Billiards and long Bar, live
music by Muddy Murphy's Irish Pub, opposite Orchard Towers. The 19th century Peranakan shop-houses Emerald Hill contain a good group of bars. These include No. 5, 5 Emerald Hill, Ice Cold Beer, 9 Emerald Hill, and Que Pasa, the city's oldest wine bar, 7 Emerald Hill. The Alley Bar, 2 Emerald Hill, is a new style and more, as its name suggests, is converted from the narrow space between houses boutique. Opium, Empress Waterfront Place, near the Fullerton Hotel and next to Indochina (see Restaurants), a fashionable new bar on thewaterfront, with huge tables and sofas for alfresco drinking. Altivo Bar, 109, Mount Faber Road, sits on top of Mount Faber, good on a warm evening with a club, chill-out bar and restaurant a pretty hip crowd.

Also underway is strong Zouk, Jiak Kim Street, one of the most famous clubs in the city, and sufficient quality to attract foreign famous DJs. It is also home to other clubs within its walls: Velvet Underground, which attracts a lot more mature and mellower offers a brand of hip; Phuture and Wine Bar. The place at the moment is The Gallery Evanson Hotel on Orchard Road, which is Orb, a spacious two-story bar laidback play sounds. Centro 360, at One Fullerton, is a huge super-hip place, with gay nights on Sunday. The Liquid Room, within the Gallery Hotel, is a dark, retro-style bar on the ground floor, with a large area and alfresco huge dance floor.
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