Singapore Nightlife (with a toddler)

While travelling, are’nt we supposed to succumb to the bed at dusk with a kid? Are’nt we supposed to let the baby sleep properly by putting him on bed early? Well, we thought not to. Challenging the general mindset and course of travelling with a toddler is what sometime suits you. So, we decided to do the same. Wandering around different places the whole day used to make our son tired by evening and he used to take naps in his pram (which was pretty convenient). We used to take him along with ourselves for long strolls as Singapore is a very pram-friendly country.

But when he was awake, we still used to manage our time well. Though, you cannot go clubbing and pub-hopping with a little baby , but this does not mean that you cannot explore the city. Some of my favorites nightlife ideas in Singapore along with my baby are :

Walking across Clarke Quay and watching the river

Clarke Quay is a historic riverside quay in Singapore with lots of attractive art houses,museum and amazing dining options. We used to have dinner around ‘Riverside festival village’ and spend the rest of the time watching the beautiful Singapore river. There is also a G-Max Reverse bungy place in this area which we used to watch (cannot go on such ride,be it with or without kid).


Leisure walks in Orchard Road

With a bunch of shopping malls and infinite dining options, we used to go for dinner to this place as well. After dinner, we would walk off leisurely to our hotel which was twenty minutes from this place. Though, most of the shops used to close around ten in the night, we never found a decrease in the liveliness of the place. There were numerous rides situated in and around the malls for kids. And our baby used to enjoy in them. There were play areas too situated across ‘Toys R Us’ and other such children-centric shops.


Boat Ride

Boat rides in Singapore river can be done from a number of places,primarily – from Marina Bay sands area or the Clarke Quay area. Though we stayed near Clarke Quay, we preferred going on boat rides from the Merlion area.The ride used to take us around the landmarks of the Rafffles’ Landing Site, Asian Civilisations Museum, row of old shophouses along Boat Quay, Fullerton Hotel, Esplanade Singapore, Singapore Flyer and Marina Bay Sands. It was beautiful.


Watching the Light and Sound show in the Marina Bay Area

Marina Bay event plaza is always full of tourists as well as locals. The crowd sits across the pavement even before the show begins and you can have cold-drinks and other snacks while getting some fresh air. The show is for free and is a great show for kids.