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Arab Street, Bugis Street, Little India, Haji Lane - ARTSY, TOURISTY These streets are next to each other and are bordered by smaller, two-stories buildings.You have some coffee shops, small eateries, a few live music venues and a growing number of upmarket bars and restaurants. A recommended bohemian, alternative bar in this area is Kult Kafe.In some places, the crowd is almost 100% expat, usually richer and older than the one in Clarke Quay.It is a great place for bar-hopping and meeting people, who are often just hanging out outside the bars.Writing this nightlife guide was challenging because of the huge amount of worthy spots, and also because it's hard to keep up with the pace of the new openings.If you find a mistake, a place that is missing or that is closed, please leave a comment below. Boat Quay and Clarke Quay - MOST POPULAR The most famous nightlife area in Singapore is located along a 1-km riverside walk running from Boat Quay to Clarke Quay.A good place to start is the Gem Bar, CATO or the rooftop of the Screening Room.If you walk a bit further, you can also visit the streets near Keong Saik Road (Jiak Chuan Road or Neil Road for gay nightlife) with even more restaurants (check the cool izakaya Neon Pigeon), wine lounges (Alba 1836) and hipster bars.
If this is not your scene, I recommend you to try KPO, an after-work pub popular with expats.
One of the reasons is that the prices here are relatively affordable for Singapore, especially during happy hours (generally from 4-5pm up to 7-8pm every day) or ladies night (most often on Wednesday).
Very near from there, Circular Road and Hong Kong Street are also both filled with nightlife spots that are a bit more refined. If you need a place to stay nearby, check: Hotels Near Clarke Quay.
It is busy almost every night of the week with a young crowd.
You'll find it easy to meet other people, particularly students and young tourists from all over the world.
Today, it is more famous for its shopping malls, both luxurious and middle-range, and its 5-star hotels. The low-end malls are known to have massage parlors plus plus on their upper floors (Cuppage Plaza, Far East Mall and Lucky Plaza).