The New Bars And Clubs In Singapore To Put On Your Radar
#1: Get Juiced
Brand new to Clark Quay’s massive line up of nightlife retreats is Get Juiced. The new 8,000 square foot space just behind Zouk is known to be Singapore’s first ever cashless bar, which also houses a separate room for partygoers to dance and a lounge area with live bands. The biggest draw here, however, is the GetJuiced application, which is available on both apple and android smartphones. You can now pre-order your drinks with top-up credits (it’ll alert you when it’s ready for collection) and enjoy savings when you buy in advance or in bulk. With the app, long queues for tipples and bottlenecks at the bars will be a thing of the past.
#02-01 Clarke Quay, 3E River Valley Road, tel: 6208 7293
image: Get Juiced facebook
#2: Lulu's Lounge
Known for its kitschy, 1960s New York back alley club aesthetics – think flickering neon signage and lipstick stained napkins – this new bar has got to be one of the most Instagrammable spots around. The new party establishment also features a dancefloor, private patio (a slightly more relaxed, alfresco experience ideal for guests to wind down in the evening) and a dynamic programme lineup from international DJ performances to live acoustics.
7 Raffles Boulevard, tel: 9829 1922
#3: Lavo Singapore
Marina Bay Sands is upping its swank factor with its newest party joint perched atop the iconic building. Known as a restaurant (it serves up Southern Italian cuisine helmed by Chef Ralph Scamardella), bar (there’s an outdoor lounge too) and night club with outlets in New York and Las Vegas, this multi-concept joint will take over the space currently occupied by Sky on 57 and Flight bar and lounge. Although the official opening has yet to be announced, it has already generated a ton of buzz.
10 Bayfront Avenue, Marina Bay Sands
image: Lavo NYC facebook
#4: Bar Rouge
Shanghai’s popular Bar Rouge is finally coming to Singapore. Housed on the 71st floor of Swissotel The Stamford, this bar and club hybrid (which will be opening soon) will feature a slew of international guests DJs with an East-meets-West interior. In Shanghai, partygoers often use the code “Miss Rouge” which entitles them to free entry before midnight and if you’re wondering if it’ll be applicable for its Singapore branch, we’re crossing our fingers too.