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7 Late Night Activities in Singapore That Are Well Worth Staying up For

You are just done with your day and night falls, yet you crave more time with your family and friends out and about. Don’t get constrained with the usual suspects of singing sessions, cocktails and supper bonanzas – many a time, it is when the crowd travels home and the streets get quiet that the real, undisturbed fun begins. From a thrilling sesh of late-night Go-kart riding to enjoying a laidback timeless film with your favourite companions, there are plenty more activities that will get you occupied well into the night.
1. Late-night Go-karting
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Singapore’s first and still the only proper competition kart circuit ever designed and constructed sets a new standard in leisure and corporate karting, making The Karting Arena an obvious choice to get an experience of the thrills behind the high-speed wheels.
The fun does not sets with the sun – opened till 10pm daily (except Mondays), switch up the usual movie plans and head on down to the The Grandstand with your pals for a match or two. The after-math endorphins from the stimulating acceleration are sure to last you and your friends awhile.
A fun karting session on weekdays will cost you $25, while that on a weekend will be $30 (excluding a $50 annual license which entitles a complimentary first session), alongside other group/corporate packages available.
The Karting Arena
Address: 200 Turf Club Road #01-01B, The Grandstand South Car Park, Singapore 287994
Opening hours: Tuesday – Sunday 1000 – 2200
Contact: +65 9627 6771
Website: http://www.thekartingarena.com/
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2. Remote-controlled (RC) Kite Flying
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Set up to light up the Singapore night sky, the community of RC kite flyers at GoFlyKite has grown to a headcount of hundreds. Environmentally friendly, silent and crash resistant, it remains safe and easy for anyone to pick up the art. Let your jaws drop as your RC kite traces a stunning light show with its psychedelic LED lights above our majestic skyscrapers. Pick up some insights on this increasingly popular hobby as you converse with the frequent flyers.
RC kites can be purchased at their store in Chinatown Complex starting from $320 for a half set before you display the applausible manoeuvrability with your personal RC kite with some tall-turns, flips, somersaults and high-G spins.
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Flying locations:
Marina Bay
Promontory @ Marina Bay 11 Marina Boulevard, Singapore 018940
Friday & Saturday: 2000 – 2300
Bishan
14A Bishan Street 13, Singapore 571514 (opposite Bishan Bus Interchange near the Sky Habit)
Wednesday 2000 – 2300
3. Stargazing Nights at the Science Centre
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Enrich yourself on one of the Friday evenings with a trip down to our very own observatory at Singapore Science Centre. Through the lens of the telescope, there will be guides around to help you with the instruments and point out the various constellations that you otherwise would not catch with your naked eye. If you are lucky, you might even be able to spot at least one of the brightest stars – think Venus, Jupiter, Saturn and Mars.
Do take note that from 22 November – 30 December 2016, free Solar Observation Sessions will be held in place of the Stargazing Sessions. It is recommended to check out their facebook page for any subsequent updates before heading down.
Science Centre Singapore Observatory
Address: 21 Jurong Town Hall Road, Singapore 609433
Observatory hours: Friday nights 1945 – 2200
Website: http://www.science.edu.sg/events/Pages/Stargazing.aspx
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4. After Hours Workout
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With flexible hours, state-of-the-art equipment and a slew of classes that will keep you on track in your fitness pursuit, these exercise studios ensure you have no excuse to avoid getting your body moving and heart pumping, even well after the sun sets.
Change it up this weekend and break into a sweat with your peers – your friends will thank you for the endorphins rush after.
5. Timeless films at a Boutique Threatre
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Boosting a Boutique Theatre on level 3 and a Rooftop Bar on the 4th storey, the former screens classic dramas, movies and documentaries alongside a private bar, perfect for snuggling up to some intense plot twists with a few tipples. The latter features a stunning rooftop that looks out to some amazing cityscapes – the ideal juxtaposition of the old and new.
While they do not sell tickets for the movie screenings, guests are required to spend $15.00++ per pax on an extensive selection of alcoholic/non-alcoholic drinks and bar bites in the Boutique Theatre to enjoy the screenings.
Movie reservations can be made with a call at +65 6532 3357 or via email to [email protected]. Check out the December showtimes of the films here.
The Screening Room
Address: 12 Ann Siang Rd, Singapore 069692
Screening hours: Daily 0900 – 1800 (Refer to the films calendar for the specific timings)
Bar hours: Monday – Thursday 1800 – 0200, Friday 1700 – 0300, Saturday 1700 – 0400
Contact: +65 6532 3357
Website: http://screeningroom.com.sg/
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6. Monthly Artists & Designers’ Market
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Held on one Friday night of each month, the Red Dot Design Museum Singapore hosts a creative platform, MAAD [Market of Artists And Designers] for enterprising creatives to showcase their works and talents. Expect to find a whole range of gems at this monthly night market that houses both budding entrepreneurs and local artists – intricate trinkets, unique craft beers, handmade leather goods, environmentally-friendly soap bars for even the most sensitive skin.
MAAD Flea Market
Address: 28 Maxwell Road Red Dot Traffic Building, Singapore 069120
Opening hours: 1700 – 0000
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7. Experience a meal in the dark
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Seated in a pitch-black dining room, customers will be guided and served by blind or visually impaired individuals that have been specially trained – a rich human experience when the roles are reversed and the blind become your eyes, opening your mind to a deeper consciousness. This affinity leads to mutual trust and respect, and a realization of the value of their work and overall ability to carry out tasks.
The exquisite menu crafted from the finest ingredients by Chef de Cuisine and his team coupled with their fine wine selections and unique signature cocktails are both a treat for special occasions and a mind-altering sensory experience.
A Prix Fixe Dinner comes at $88.00++ per head, which spans over an indulgent 3-course meal. Lunch reservations are available for group bookings.
Make your reservation now at http://www.noxdineinthedark.com/reservations/ or via email to [email protected].
Nox – Dine in the Dark
Address: 269 Beach Road, Singapore 199546
Opening hours: Monday – Friday 1800 till late, Saturday 1700 till late, Sunday 1700 – 2300
Contact: +65 6298 0708
Website: http://www.noxdineinthedark.com/
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