The Lion City of Singapore needs no introduction; the name is enough to conjure beautiful images of the Merlion Statue, Marina Bay Sands, Gardens by the Bay, Singapore Flyer, and many more interesting and exciting places that make you want to pack your bags and escape to this mesmerising country. Considering the number of fun activities to do in Singapore at night as well as during the day, it’s no wonder travellers worldwide rush to grab their Singapore visa and flock towards Singapore for their leisure and holiday activities.

If you are wondering, what can one do in Singapore at night? Then let us tell you that there are more than a dozen attractions and activities that you can indulge in at night in Singapore. You can easily have your fill of local street food and delicacies in the world-renowned hawker centre or shop till you drop at one of the many night markets of the city. These are simply the usual activities that one may undertake when visiting Singapore, but what about the special attractions of Singapore that come alive as soon as the sun goes to sleep?

Read on to find out about fun and memorable activities to do in Singapore at night.

1. Go on a Night Safari

Night Safari in Singapore
Night Safari in Singapore
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One of the highly recommended activities to do in Singapore at night is going on a Night Safari at the Mandai Wildlife Reserve. It is a major attraction for night owls – both literally and figuratively. If you ever wanted to know more about animals in their natural habitat during the night, we highly recommend going on the Night Safari. You can both opt to ride a tram or go on a guided hike through different terrains and explore more than 100 species of animals in the world’s first nocturnal zoo. Don’t miss out on the “Creatures of the Night” show where you can learn about peculiar habits and skills of the many residents of the reserve as such fennec foxes, giant squirrels, otters, owls, etc.

2. Ride the Singapore Flyer

Dining in Singapore Flyer
Dining in Singapore Flyer
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Singapore Flyer

Wish to see the glittering, shimmering, and colourful skyline of Singapore after the sun sets? Then Singapore Flyer is your best bet! Get mesmerised by the unobstructed 360 degrees view of the city, shining brightly like a star in a sea of darkness all around in this Asia’s largest observation wheel. What’s more? You can enjoy a full four-course meal and drinks, in a private air-conditioned cabin in the Singapore Flyer. If this isn’t the most romantic thing to do in Singapore at night, then what is?

3. Head to the Gardens by the Bay

Supertree Grove of Gardens by the Bay
Supertree Grove of Gardens by the Bay

If you wish to avoid the tropical sun while you are admiring the futuristic Gardens by the Bay then you are more than welcome to visit it at night. As the day turns to night, the futuristic and a little bit foreign Supertree Groves of the Gardens by the Bay slowly come to life. Illuminated in purplish-blue lights, these Supertrees look truly out of this world. The Garden Rhapsody light show which takes place twice a day is a popular feature of this award-winning garden, where the lights are coordinated with music and create the illusion of Supertrees grooving along with the music. The best part? Apart from the Flower Dome and Cloud Forest that are home to various flora and fauna of the world, the rest of the garden is open up till 2 AM.

4. Sky Dining in the Singapore Cable Car

Sky Dining in Singapore Cable Car
Sky Dining in Singapore Cable Car
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Connecting mainland Singapore at Mount Faber to the island of Sentosa in the Keppel Harbour, Singapore Cable Car is a famous tourist attraction that offers a birds-eye view of southern Singapore. The Sky Dining Experience of the Cable Car offers you a chance to marvel at the beauty of the Sentosa and Mount Faber while gliding above the bay and enjoying a delicious meal with your loved one in a private gondola. If the up and down, round and round motion of the Singapore Flyer makes you queasy about food, you can easily swap it with Sky Dining in the Singapore Cable Car.  

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5. Skyline Luge at night on the Sentosa Island

Illuminated tracks of Skyline Luge at night on the Sentosa Island
Illuminated tracks of Skyline Luge at night on the Sentosa Island
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This one is for all the adrenaline junkies out there who are looking for exciting things to do in Singapore at night. Skyline Luge in Sentosa is a favourite activity of the visitors, but what makes it even more fascinating is the chance to go for a ride at night. The luge tracks take you through the forest and tunnels and are lightened up in vibrant neon lights making them all the more attractive. You can enjoy the cool breeze rushing through your hair while zooming through the twists and turns of one of the many trails and tracks available, the choice is yours.

6. Singapore River Cruise

Singapore River Cruise
Singapore River Cruise

40 minutes – that’s all it will take for you to witness the top 3 bustling and bubbling districts of the city while riding the famous bumboats of Singapore at night. Cruising over the Singapore River, these bumboats will take you on a heritage tour from Marina Bay Sands to the Boat Quay through Clarke Quay where you can learn about the history and culture of the country while witnessing some of the heritage and iconic sites such as the Merlion Statue, Haji Lane, etc. that are located across the bay.

7. Clarke Quay

Clarke Quay
Clarke Quay

No holiday in Singapore is complete without visiting Clarke Quay. After a long and tiring day of exploring and doing various other touristy activities, if you are looking for someplace to chill out then Clarke Quay is the place to be. Bars, pubs, nightclubs, and restaurants – you name it and you’ll find it. Perfect place not only for party lovers to enjoy the Singaporean nightlife but also for the history enthusiasts who can visit the Asian Civilisation Museum or the Central Fire Station, or The Arts House and dig deep into the country’s history. Not in the mood for a party or learning history? Then opt for a simple refreshing walk along the peaceful quay, you can never go wrong with it.

8. Enjoy the Spectra Show at Marina Bay Sands

Spectra Show at Marina Bay Sands
Spectra Show at Marina Bay Sands

Searching for some interesting things to do in Singapore at night for free? Then search no more! The enthralling, enticing and exciting Spectra Show at Marina Bay Sands will keep you captivated with its majestic display of laser lights, music and waterworks. A sight for sore eyes, a treat for your ears and a delightful event overall, this 15-minute long performance that takes place every hour on all nights at the Event Plaza from 8 PM till 10 PM will surely remain in your memories for the rest of your life.

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9. Immerse yourself in live music at Esplanade

Esplanade at night
Esplanade at night
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Nicknamed “The Durian” for its resemblance to the peculiar fruit, Esplanade hosts top class music and dance performances. Quite a few of these performances take place in the amphitheatre outside the Esplanade under the star-studded sky. These performances are free of charge and open for the general public to enjoy. If you are not a fan of performing arts, you can visit the art gallery which showcases many art pieces and is a visual treat. You can check out their schedule to know about the upcoming performances and art shows on their official website.

10. Visit the Jewel Canopy Park at the Jewel Changi Airport

Rain Vortex At Jewel Changi Airport, Singapore
Rain Vortex At Jewel Changi Airport

No matter when you travel to Singapore or what kind of Singapore holiday packages you have picked, your journey will most probably start from the Jewel Changi Airport. Now you might be wondering why we would suggest going to the airport in Singapore at night? Let us tell you that the Jewel Changi Airport is no ordinary airport it has been awarded the world’s best airport award eight times! It houses the world’s tallest indoor waterfall – Rain Vortex which is a glorious sight to behold. It also houses Canopy Park, which is a garden filled with 2000 lush trees and has walkways for visitors to take a stroll in Hedge Maze. For fun activities with kids head towards the Mirror Maze and enjoy the optical illusions that will surely leave you in fits of laughter.

It truly feels as if the city never sleeps! And this is pretty evident from the above list. Whether you can’t sleep or are simply bored and want to do something in the dead of the night, head to the streets of Singapore and let your feet guide you towards your next adventure. You are never too far away from one!

Know of any more fun activities to do in Singapore at night? Or any attraction that we missed to cover? Or simply want to share your experience about any of the above? Drop a comment! We would love to hear from you.

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