Had your dinner and now you don’t know what else to do at night in Singapore? Check out the 4 late night places in Singapore where most locals hang out till for that night life experience!
1. Sing Karaoke at Teo Heng
Singaporeans love singing karaoke aka “kbox”. We may not be good singers , but we sure love singing with a bunch of good friends and pretend to be superstars. Teo Heng is definitely a hot favourite amongst locals when it comes to karaoke places in Singapore, due to its huge variety of songs and its affordable pricing. Be it the latest English songs, Mandopop or Kpop, Teo Heng would have it all. Given its popularity, be sure to reserve a room before you head down!
Price: Starting from $8/hour
Address: Visit Teo Heng’s website to search for available outlets
2. Have Roti Prata for Supper
Prata is a popular late night snack that is usually cooked and prepared by Indian Muslims. Prata can be ordered in many different form. If you would like to taste its original taste, you would have to order “kosong” which means nothing (no filling, hence the original form). Or you may also go for the conventional pairing which is prata and egg or prata and cheese. If you have a sweet tooth, consider going for prata tissue, whereby its the thinnest version of roti prata, coated with sugar, and its drizzled with either condensed milk or chocolate.
Spring Leaf Prata Place, Simpang Bedok & Mr Prata are the three places you could go for that late night prata craving!
Simpang Bedok: 288A Bedok Rd, Singapore 469445
Spring Leaf Prata Place: 396 Upper Bukit Timah Rd, Singapore 678048
Mr Prata: 320 Clementi Ave 4, Singapore 120320
3. Prawning at ORTO
Pawning is a popular activity for those who can’t fall asleep at night. When the night falls, be still and experience the tranquility that the water brings and you might be surprised at how much peace prawning can bring to oneself. This might be the reason why Singaporeans prawn even in the middle of the night – to escape from the hustle and bustle of the city life and to have a space for themselves. If you would like to grab dinner before prawning, ORTO might be the place for you. Located in Yishun, the northern part of Singapore, ORTO is home to many restaurants and prawning farms. Hence, you can be sure that you can fill your tummy before or after prawning.
Address: #01-09 81 Lorong Chencharu, 769198
4. Visit Geylang
No, we are not trying to get you to visit any of the red light district in Geylang, but simply visit Geylang for its amazing food and durian. Home to many great restaurants, Geylang cannot be missed by any tourist! Try out the exotic frog leg porridge, by Eminent at Geylang Lorong 19. Established since 3 decades ago, Eminent is now managed by the second generation yet retaining its original taste. Be sure to wait for more than 30 minutes if you are patronising during the weekend period. After having a good dinner at Lorong 19, walk to the famous “Durian Street” which is at Sims Avenue.
There are a total of 9 different durian stalls for you to choose from. If you are a beginner and tasting Durian for the first time, we would simply advise you to buy a durian that is within your budget, instead of going for the best. Simply buy those that are vacuumed and packed, or those that are going 3 for $20. Unless you are a durian expert, if not,the chances of you being able to differentiate a premium durian from an ordinary one is quite small.
Eminent Frog Leg Porridge: 323 Geylang Rd, Singapore 389359
Durian Street: 400m stretch of Sims Avenue
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