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Do you have just one night to spend in Singapore and want to make the most of it? There is no need to run helter-skelter looking for places to party. Here are the top three night clubs to hit on your last or only night in the Lion City, no matter what your agenda.

Don’t fret over the travelling. The public bus transport system in Singapore will easily take you to any of the following places. If you are travelling from Malaysia, booking tickets from redbus.sg is highly convenient for any of the express buses and you will reach your destination safely in time.

To dance the night away – Attica, Clarke Quay
Want to spend the entire night simply in your dancing shoes? The destination for outrageous parties in Singapore is Attica. Variety is considered to be the soul of Attica and it is considered to be one of the hottest Night Clubs in Clarke Quay. The Club is known to have 2 levels wherein level 1 is filled with flashing lights, long couches and loud music playing in the backgroundA Dance Floor is offered on level 2 of the club. It is known to attract a vibrant and young crowd of locals as well as tourists. Top notch house music played by DJs from across the globe meets sophisticated art and food for an unforgettable night.

For the love of drinks – Tippling Club and Orgo
your evening has to be one where you slip away on some of the finest drinks available and Singapore has that and more for you. Classics such as Dropje Daiquiri and Juniper Sling taste best at the Tippling Club. While Orgo is meant for the martini lovers.


Widely considered to be one of the best live music clubs in Singapore, SONAR is conveniently located on the shopper’s paradise that is Orchard Road. As well as live music, SONAR has DJs playing before and after the band. Sit/stand downstairs if you want to be a part of the crowd or head upstairs for a quieter drink at Elysium Lounge (By reservation only, opened in Dec 2014). The club is open throughout the week. It alternates between live music performances and club DJ sets. It is known to feature singers, dancers and Djs from all over Asia which includes countries like Japan, Korea, Malaysia. Singapore, China, Thailand and Taiwan. There is no cover charge unless there is a special event.

Trace Club

Trace Lounge is one of the latest clubs to set up at Clarke Quay, the epicentre of Singapore’s after-dark action. Located on Magazine Road next to Central Mall and just a few minutes’ walk up the river from Clarke Quay MRT, Trace goes heavy on the EDM and hip hop, with some top notch lighting effects (we love the lasers) and sound system to match. Following the trend of many other clubs it is open only for 3 nights of the week which is Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. They also have a special Ladies Night on Wednesday.