Singapore at Night: 4 Night-Time Activities Worth Trying in Singapore
While most people think that there’s nothing much to do in Singapore after dark, we beg to differ. The Lion City’s activities smoothly transitions from daytime to night-time, providing you with almost any activity that suits your liking from prawning to playing late-night bowling with friends. So if you’re thinking of sleeping the night away in Singapore, think again for the following activities will surely keep awake ‘til dawn.
- Visiting the Night Safari. Want to see some zoo animals at night? Then this activity is for you. Known as the first night zoo in the world, Night Safari offers a set of activities that’ll surely dispel your boredom at night. From its interactive shows to the tram rides and hiking trails surrounding the compound, this is just the place to be if you’re looking for some good night-time adventure. Also, it’s a perfect place to visit for animal lovers who find it too hot to visit the zoo during daytime.
- Going on Night Cycling. Another good night-time activity that you can try out is night cycling. Try cycling with your friends around the areas of East Coast Park, Changi Village and Pungol Waterway to see how these places magically transform at night. Just ensure that you wear light-coloured clothing if you’ll be cycling along the roads so that the drivers can watch out for you.
- Trying Out Dart Joints. Fancy yourself for some accurate shots? Then go and visit some dart bars and joints that are open until dawn. One of the best dart joints worth trying out is Darts Culture at Cineleisure. Their dart machines are all electronic, making it safe to play dart even for beginners.
- Strolling in the Park. If you’re looking for a tranquil environment that’s not far from the city centre, then we suggest that you take a leisurely walk around the Gardens by the Bay at night. The place offers a luxuriant respite as you take in the sights of the city amidst the cool night weather. Although the Dome and most conservatories close earlier, the Bay South Outdoor Gardens are open until two in the morning.
With these different night-time activities to enjoy, you can now enjoy the Singapore night life even if hitting different clubs isn’t your thing.