Singapore River and Central Business District is a great place to spend some quality time off the hustle and bustle of the city. This place is also equipped with a range of bustling restaurants and hip nightlife spots making it the best place to hang out with new friends.
Whether you want to communicate with fellow party animals or enjoy the breeze with musicians, you’ll surely find a suitable place to kick back, soak in the vibes and mingle with fellow nightlife freaks with a drink in hand. Here are the top 6 places to visit along the Singapore River!
1. GX-5 Extreme Swing & Trampoline Bungee
If you are a hardcore adventure lover, nothing can make fast friends like experiencing a mutual adrenaline rush, and the 2 GX-5 Extreme Swing & Trampoline Bungy is the perfect place for you to befriend fellow thrill-seekers. Get yourself ready by strapping yourself to fall 50 meters in the air, at speeds of over 120 km/hour. What better adventure can go well with you?
2. Senor Taco
Senor Taco is a fine Mexican restaurant where you can grab a margarita from the bar, have yourself a piping hot taco, and sit with the regulars there. Introduced in 2009, Singapore’s first-ever taqueria serves tacos al pastor (pork marinated in herbs and spices), triggers the vibe of Mexican street culture with its décor, and plays the latest music from Latin America.
3. The Arts House
At The Arts House, you can spend the evening talking with the artists and literary folk. It is a multi-disciplinary arts place that organizes a range of thrilling workshops, programs, and exhibitions. It is also home to the Singapore International Festival of Music, which is organized every year featuring an eclectic array of music genres, from classical to electronic dance.
4. Molly Malone’s
Molly Malone’s is an Irish bar where the pub crawl begins at 5. Here you can see oodles of Gaelic charm, copious amounts of beer, music, and conversation. Soak yourself in live soccer and rugby matches while enjoying a pint of Guinness.
This bar hosts a rotating list of bands playing folk, rock and pop music. If you’re daring enough and would like to unleash your inner Adele, the bar often also host open mic sessions on Saturdays, from 9-11pm.
5. Singapore River Cruise
After spending all the merriment, dining and drinking, unwind yourself by taking a ride down the river on the Singapore River Cruise. Sit in a bumboat and shoot the breeze with fellow travelers to the sunny island.
6. Zouk Singapore
You can also dance for the rest of the night away with new friends at 7 Zouk, which is the country’s most popular night club. This award-winning club organizes some of the world’s best DJs and was ranked number four on DJ Mag’s Top 100 Clubs list in 2017.
Be sure to watch those eye-popping murals that adorn the walls of Zouk’s Phuture room, painted by local artist Jahan Loh.
So, you could see, there are so many places to spend your time along the
Singapore River and Central Business District. So, give these all a shot and have a great time.