5 Fun Things You Can Do At Night In Singapore

by Pinky Chng
LIFESTYLE  |  December 19, 2017
  • Watch the spectacular light and water show at Marina Bay
    1 / 5 Watch the spectacular light and water show at Marina Bay

    Every night, Singapore’s skies sparkle, not so much with stars, but with lasers and LEDs. Music and choreographed fountains dance along by Marina Bay Sands. The 15-minute light and water show runs nightly at various times.

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  • All aboard the board game café
    2 / 5 All aboard the board game café

    With more than 500 board games to choose from, it’s a good thing that Mind Café closes as late as 6am – you’ll be at this way into the night. Pay by the hour, with food and drinks to keep you refreshed as you play. The brownies are worth breaking your no-food-after-8pm diet rule.

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  • Watch films at a boutique theatre
    3 / 5 Watch films at a boutique theatre

    The Screening Room screens classics and indie films until as late as 4am. Housed in a heritage building, it’s got all the vibes the alternative activity-seeker will love. And in lieu of a movie ticket, there’s a minimum spend of $15 on food and drinks instead. Not that it’ll be a problem – we’d happily get $51 of wagyu beef sliders.

    Check their Facebook page for screening schedules.

    Photo: The Screening Room

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  • Go fly a kite
    4 / 5 Go fly a kite

    We’re not being rude – we literally mean fly a kite. Get a LED night kite from Kite Culture and head to Marina Barrage where the night breeze makes it perfect for this activity. Also, no more squinting your eyes at your kite with the sun glaring at you!

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  • Feast!
    5 / 5 Feast!

    Hungry? Tons of hawker stalls and restaurants are open way into the wee hours of the night. Hang out with your loved ones over supper and indulge a little.

    (Also Read: 7 Places in Singapore That Serve Seriously Good Pasta)

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    A version of this story first appeared in The Finder.

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