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Known as the city that never sleeps, Singapore's night scenes are a force to be reckon with. Join us on this tipsy ride as we hicupped and giggled our way to more than 37½ bars.
Even in Singapore's volatile nightlife scene, few places change as quickly and frequently as those at Boat Quay. Now though, among the mainstays and the seafood restaurants, a new wave of bars has kicked off a golden age for the iconic belt of shophouses
Just ten? We see your eyebrows raising. Yes, the area encompassing Clarke Quay, Robertson Quay and Mohamed Sultan Road is home to one of the highest concentration of bars and clubs on the island, so picking out the ones that are really worth visiting is no easy feat. We're here to lead the way into this complex area
Where and what to drink at these weekend-pedestrian-only Chinatown streets – from rare whiskey to boutique champagne and craft beers
You are never too far from a bar in the city's Central Business District. From those that cater to the post-work happy hour crowd to the city's top rooftop spots - the CBD has them all.
Bar guide: Orchard Road
Take a break from all the shopping and dive into one of these watering holes. From under-the-radar hotel bars to extremely affordable dive bars, Orchard Road has it all.
Where to grab a pint before pay day
We pop into five colourful establishments and get our Pride on
The best of the city’s unpolished drinking spots
We drink our way through every microbrewery in Singapore to find the finest beers this land has to offer.
Cinco de Mayo's celebration today in terms of booze can only mean one thing – tequila! Before you reach for the salt and lemon, we're here to help