Singapore is becoming quite the party spot with many bars and clubs staying open until 3am. However, just because the club closes at 3am that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s time to go home. For all the night owls out there, we’ve rounded up some great places for nightcaps, late-night eats and post-party spa treatments that are open until 4am or later.
Boon Tong Kee | If you’re craving chicken rice after all the usual restos are closed, head to Boon Tong Kee, a family-run restaurant chain that does Cantonese specialties and other delish Chinese dishes like barbecued suckling pig, seafood hotpots and fried spare ribs. There are many locations to choose from, but Balestier is the one that’s open the latest until 4:30am every day except Sunday. 399, 401, 403 Balestier Rd / +65 6254 3937 / Cantonese Cuisine
Various locations - River Valley and Balestier open late
Diandin Leluk | No matter what time of day or night, you can always get authentic Thai cuisine at Diandin Leluk at the Golden Mile Complex. The 24-hour kitchen is manned by native Thai chefs, so they know how to make all your favourites like Pad Thai, Tom Yam Soup and Papaya Salad, as well as lesser known delicacies like Crispy Catfish with Mango Salad, Chicken Feet Salad, and Bitter Gourd with Egg. 5001 Beach Rd #01-67 / +65 6293 5101 / Thai Cuisine
5001 Beach Rd #01-67
Tel: +65 6293 5101
Mr. Prata | Mr. Prata has three different locations that are open 24 hours, all of which serve up Indian and Singaporean classics like murtaba, curries, mee hoon and—as the name suggests—pratas. The only problem you’re likely to have with getting your 4am feed on is deciding between the many options available. For example, do you want your prata with garlic, egg, sausage, blueberry, strawberry or pineapple? 26 Evans Road #01-02 / +65 6235 6993 / Indian Cuisine
Na Na Thai | There’s nothing like a good hit of spice to wake you up when you’re out about town and beginning to fade. Open 24-hours, Na Na Thai packs in the heat with authentic Thai dishes like their Basil Chicken or Pork laced with green beans and chilis, Tom Yum Goong soup with loads of seafood in a spicy and sour broth, and the Mango Salad with the spice level adjusted to your liking. 5001 Beach Road #01-51/52 / +65 6297 8498 / Thai Cuisine
5001 Beach Road #01-51/52
Tel: + 65 6297 8498
The Ramen Stall | The Ramen Stall is unique not only because they’re open until 5am every night, but because each of their delicious dry and soup-based ramen dishes is halal. You can opt for the Chicken Cha-Shu Ramen in a flavourful broth with a shoyu egg, corn and seaweed, the Abalone Seafood Ramen, or the Spicy Dry Ramen with chicken cha-shu and cucumber. They also have sushi and sashimi on offer.
Fulfill those late-night cravings at one of Spize’s three laid-back locales where you’ll find East meets West fare like mee goreng, prata, burgers and pastas. For clubbers looking for a post-party feed, their River Valley location stays open until 6am on weekends. You can also order online and have great Asian, Indian, Western and Mediterranean bites delivered until 5am.
Swee Choon | After a big night out on the town, dim sum always hits the spot, especially when it’s from Swee Choon. These guys make some seriously good Hong Kong and Shanghai style bites like Pan-fried Pork Dumplings, Drunken Chicken in Shaoxing Wine, and creamy Portuguese Egg Tarts. Even better, they’re open from 6pm to 6am every day except Tuesday.
The Other Room | Hidden away behind a set of dark heavy curtains in The Marriott is The Other Room, a dimly lit sanctuary of craft spirits open until 4am nightly. To sample the wares, order up a flight and see if you can pick out the distinct flavours of each in-house aged spirit, or go for one of bartender Dario Knox’s creative concoctions like the smoky and sweet Old Fashioned or the spicy and sour Bloody Grail with tequila and kimchi.
Ce La Vi | Spend an evening at Ce La Vi sipping martinis at Skybar, doing shots as you look out at incredible views of the city skyline, and grooving to electrifying beats by the resident and guest DJs, and before you know it the clock will be chiming 5am. But that’s all good because an evening at this chic rooftop club is almost always one to remember.
Skypark at Marina Bay Sands, Tower 3, 1 Bayfront Ave
Whether you’ve been dancing the night away or just arrived on a long-haul flight that landed in the early hours of the morning, Natureland is a good bet for soothing massages to alleviate sore muscles. They have five different locations around town, all of which are open until 3am except for their Orchard Point venue, which stays open until 5am.
The good folks at Le Spa believe that relaxation is essential for balance, especially in a fast-paced city like Singapore. They also know that some of us have stressful schedules that don’t coincide with regular working hours, which is why they’ve created a series of tranquil spas open 24 hours where you can relax and rejuvenate with holistic treatments like massages, aromatherapy and body scrubs.