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The Best Night Tours in Singapore

Nocturnal Escapades in the Lion City!

Once the sun sets, Singapore transforms into a thrilling night-time destination and here are some of the not to be missed tours that provide a whole new perspective of the city.

Night Safari Tour

Experience some ‘wild’ nightlife at the first nocturnal wildlife park on the planet! The Night Safari, located within easy reach of properties like PARKROYAL Serviced Suites Singapore, can be explored by yourself or on an organised tour. There’s a tram ride and walking trails to see species like the leopard, elephant, Gir lion, deer, Malayan tiger and more; don’t miss the electrifying Creatures of the Night Show as well.

Chinatown & Bugis Village Tour

Bugis Junction in Night | Image via pixabay

For another fun night out in Singapore, luxury apartments on Beach Road provide easy access to Chinatown, Little India and Bugis Village, popular areas to explore. Depending on the tour, you will be taken on a guided walk-through of lively Chinatown, where you will also dine at a local restaurant and shop at a night market; it can also include a cycle rickshaw ride amidst Little India and Bugis Village followed by a bumboat ride along the Singapore River.

Singapore Pub Crawl Tour

For those looking to experience the happening nightlife in Singapore, a pub crawl tour is, the way to go. Depending on the tour agency, the duration and inclusions can vary; they will usually include visiting key pubs, VIP entry to popular clubs and bars, complimentary shots and discounted prices on beverages. It’s a great way to enjoy drinks, make new friends and dance the night away!

Ghosts and WWII Tour

For something different, you can try tours that take you to some creepy sites associated with ghost tales as well as events from World War Two. Such outings can be chillingly fun and educational too; some will include visiting haunted sites, a cemetery and a World War Two battlefield, hearing urban legends and even using ghost detecting devices. Suffice to say, it’s also perfect for wannabe Ghostbusters!