• Tanjong Beach Club

    Nestling on Sentosa’s most private strip of sand awaits the unrivalled exclusivity of the award winning Tanjong Beach Club.

  • Smith Street Taps

    Situated in a hawker center, Smith Street Taps is a fun little stall selling craft beer on tap—the first of its kind in Singapore. It offers a rotating selection of craft beer with varying flavor profiles, such as Brewdog Mashtag ($13/pint) and Jungle Beer Vanilla Porter ($9/pint).

     #02-62 Chinatown Complex, 335Smith St., 9430-2750, S(050335)

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  • Lock and Load

    Popular bar The Vault has moved out of its Chinatown premises and into a new space onCircular Road at BoatQuay. Expect lots of dark brick and metal with a New York vibe, a mix of art and music events, and plenty of bar bites like mini sliders ($19) and a range of beers, wines and cocktails ($14-$16).

    23 Circular Rd., 6222-5001, S(049379)

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  • Pump Room

    A three-in-one favourite

    Part microbrewery, part bistro and part bar, The Pump Room ticks all the right boxes with an area for a live band to play, space to party, and enough room to enjoy a meal and one of the many natural beers brewed on site.

    A breath of fresh air from the norm of bars at Clarke Quay, must-try menu items are their Australian specialties such as the Down Under Vealcheek Kidney Pie and Roasted Lamb Rack, which are also perfect accompaniments to the self-brewed beer.

    From dining and drinking to lounging and chilling, The Pump Room satisfies in all aspects. Its other outlet at Great World City mall is a great place to knock back a few tasty beers and let the hours pass you by.
  • Zouk

    Singapore’s signature club

    If you only have time for one club in Singapore, then it simply has to be Zouk. Probably Singapore’s only nightspot of international repute, Zouk remains both an institution and a rite of passage for young people in the city-state.

    It has spawned several other clubs in neighbouring countries like Malaysia, and even has its own dance festival – Sentosa’s ZoukOut. Zouk is made up of three clubs and a wine bar, with the main room showcasing techno and house music. Velvet Underground is more relaxed and exclusive, while Phuture is experimental and racier than the rest, just as its name suggests.

    Zouk’s global reputation means it’s home to all manner of leading world DJs, from Carl Cox and Paul Oakenfold to the Chemical Brothers and Primal Scream. Zouk also holds its famous Mambo Jambo retro nights on Wednesdays, another reason why a night at Zouk is one to savour.

    • OPENING HOURS: Zouk Wed, Fri & Sat 10pm till late
    • Phuture Wed, Fri & Sat 9pm till late
    • Velvet Underground Wed to Sat 9pm till late
    • Wine Bar Sun & Mon closed Tue 6pm - 2am Wed & Thu 6pm to 3am Fri & Sat 6pm - 4am 
    • WEBSITE: ZoukClub
    • BUDGET: $40 - $100
    • AMBIENCE: Big Groups, convivial
    • MUSIC GENRE: Electronica, Drum& Bass, Retro, House, Downtempo
    • FEATURES: Dancefloor, DJ
    • RECOMMENDED FOR: International DJ nights
    • ADDRESS: 17 Jiak Kim St Singapore 169420
    • CONTACT NUMBER: (65) 6738 2988