Best Nightlife Destinations in Singapore’s Little India

July 16, 2018

 Nightlife in Singapore’s Little India is always remarkable and vibrant mainly to certain age groups. Although the entire district is full of incredible places to visit, the presence of several bars ensure that there are lots of things to do after dark during your city tour Singapore. Here we have mentioned top nightspots in Little India where you can enjoy a night out with your family and friends.


The Prince of Wales Backpacker Pub

This is not just a pub; it is mainly a backpacker hostel where your spending will never go waste. It is highly preferred by the tourists due to its peaceful atmosphere, whereas the live music performance is one of the major attractions here. It is also considered one of the cheapest watering holes as both men and women are offered free flow of vodka, whisky, gin and rum at just a fraction of the cost on every Thursday. Overall, it is one of the best places in Little India due to its energetic buzz to experience how nightlife can be enjoyed at the fullest.


Zsofi Tapas Bar

Zsofi Tapas Bar is popular for offering delicious Spanish cuisines. Located in a beautifully restored building at Dunlop Street, this bar attracts the locals and foreigners, thanks to its contemporary look, casual ambiance, delicious tidbits and premium brands of alcohol. Zsofi Tapas Bar has one strategy to attract the customers – buy one drink; get one tapas free.


Korean Fusion BBQ

If you want to try some midnight barbeque during your food tour in Singapore, consider visiting Korean Fusion BBQ. Although they are mainly popular for Korean Fusion BBQ buffet, they also specialize in a diverse array of cuisines made uncommon stuff, such as, chicken portions, pork belly, and seafood. It is one of the best places to spend nightlife in Little India due to other various offerings like free flow of hard drinks, Korean soups, soft tofu soups, soda, diet coke, Korean beer etc.

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