10 Best Nightlife in Orchard Road

Orchard Road offers plenty for visitors to Singapore, but most of the excellent nightlife spots here remain undiscovered. If you’re staying nearby there’s plenty to do after dark, whether you’re the kind of person who wants to grab your air guitar and get rocking or just looking for hotspots for cocktails and chilled out tunes.

Top side streets off Orchard Road include beautiful Emerald Hill, where you’ll find a cluster of bars away from the busy shopping street. Hotel bars have upped the game in Orchard Road as well, with posh and stylish spots at the 5-stars that line the street. Our guide shows you where to experience the best nightlife in Orchard Road, with nightspots where you can get a good strong drink, dance the night away, or both.


Emerald Hill

Emerald Hill is a great spot to escape to take a break from the giant shopping malls along Orchard Road. Just behind Orchard Central, Emerald Hill is one of the most attractive streets in the city. The main reason to take a quick walk down this street is that it remains almost frozen in time, with most buildings constructed between 1900 and 1920.

The best time to come is in the evening for drinks. There are some local favourites that stay open well past midnight. This cocktail bar has generous pours and a martini happy hour which usually runs from 8pm to 1am, and there’s a good selection of bottled and draught beers, as well as snacks if you are looking to hunker down for the evening.

Location: 5 Emerald Hill Road, Singapore 229289, Singapore

Open: Monday–Thursday from midday to 2am, Fridays and Saturdays from midday to 3am, Sundays from 2pm to 2am

Phone: +65 6732 0818

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Harry’s @ Anguilla Park

Strategically situated along Orchard Road, Harry’s @ Angullia Park is also a short walk to many shopping malls such as Wheelock Place, Shaw Centre and the new ION shopping mall. This makes it a great go-to spot for a drink break in between your Singapore shopping adventures along the famous street. 

Harry’s Singapore has multiple branches throughout Singapore’s main shopping and dining areas. You can find Harry’s Angullia Park right inside the Far East Shopping Centre, a longstanding shopping centre that’s centrally located on Orchard Road and has a collection of dining spots within besides fashion brand stores and outlets.

Location: 545 Orchard Road, #01-01/02, Far East Shopping Centre, Singapore 238882, Singapore

Open: Sunday–Thursday from 11.30am to 1am, Friday and Saturday from 11.30am to 2am

Phone: +65 6838 0461

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Alley Bar Singapore

Alley Bar is too popular to be called a secret, but it has managed to keep its hidden vibe thanks in part to its location down a small lane just off Orchard Road. It’s got a distinctive look: high ceilings, and an L-shaped bar. You can expect great value drinks and good offers on beers, wines and house pours.

It’s usually easy to get a seat here, but as the evening wears on the bar gets busier, and by closing time the music is blaring and there’s a party atmosphere. Music is loud enough to dance, but there are still plenty of quieter corners if you just fancy a drink and a chat.

Location: 180 Orchard Road, Peranakan Place, Singapore 238846, Singapore

Open: Sunday–Thursday from 5pm to 2am, Friday and Saturday from 5pm to 3am

Phone: +65 6738 8818

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Hard Rock Café

Hard Rock Café Singapore really doesn’t need much of an introduction. Established in 1990, it’s the home of rock and platters of American food. Open until late, the staff and crowd are extremely friendly, and a good time is nothing less than guaranteed. Every night a live band plays, sometimes locals, sometimes international bands who are travelling around the region.

When there isn’t a band on stage, the American tunes are still booming loud enough to make it a party. Even if you are not an ultimate rock and roll fan it’s still worth checking out as the bar has some large sports screens that show the biggest football games, with great deals on beers and house pours during the match.

Location: 50 Cuscaden Road, HPL House, Singapore 249724, Singapore

Open: Daily from 11am to 3am

Phone: +65 6235 5232

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Martini Bar at Mezza9

Martini Bar is a great place in the city to go to for martinis. It is part of Mezza9 restaurant at Grand Hyatt Singapore. The menu runs to 30 different options, starting at S$19, with unusual varieties created just for this bar. House signatures include the fruity lychee martini, which brings together a flavour of Asia and more than a hint of sweetness, or the tiramisu martini, with a coffee kick and a dusting of cocoa.

Other fruits make an appearance including coconut, star fruit, passion fruit and dragon fruit. It can be hard to stop at one, but thankfully the bar has a 50% discount during happy hour, with 9 martinis at just US$9 (from 5pm to 9pm). The bar gets busy, especially at weekends, so get here early if you want to grab a seat.

Location: Grand Hyatt Hotel, 10 Scotts Road, Singapore 228211, Singapore

Open: Monday–Thursday from 5pm to midnight, Friday–Saturday from 5pm to 1am, Sunday from 3pm to midnight

Phone: +65 6738 1234

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Oriole Café & Bar

Oriole Café & Bar on Singapore’s Somerset Road makes a great destination for all-day casual dining and drinks. Here, you can indulge in affordable comforting bistro fare (most under S$15), matched by an extensive bar menu of quality coffee beverages and cocktails.

To fully enjoy the cafe experience at Oriole Café & Bar, hit the lounges within the café or relax in the café’s alfresco area overlooking the bustle of Orchard Road. You can also drop by for all-day breakfasts or go for their big, hearty sandwiches whenever you’re feeling peckish during your shopping walks along Orchard Road. You can reach the café from Orchard on a 5-minute stroll via Grange Road.

Location: 96 Somerset Rd, #01-01 Pan Pacific Serviced Suites, Singapore 238163, Singapore

Open: Sunday–Thursday from 8am to 11pm, Friiday and Saturday from 8am to midnight

Phone: +65 6238 8348

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Brix is a basement bar in the Grand Hyatt Hotel on Scotts Road, which lives up to its name: the rustic red brick walls are a large part of the design. The bar is smart and friendly, with plenty of space to sit, including private booths and seating along the bar. Entry costs S$10 and the bar usually opens at 9pm.

The band is the main draw for most of the crowd, who mostly turn up around 11pm. It’s suitable for those who like to dance as well as those who want to chill with an excellent whisky or wine.

Location: 10 Scotts Rd, Grand Hyatt Singapore, Singapore 228211, Singapore

Open: Sunday–Wednesday from 9pm to 3am, Thursday–Saturday from 9pm to 4am

Phone: +65 6738 1234

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KPO Cafe Bar

KPO is so named as it’s located between the junctions of Killiney, Penang, and Orchard Roads. The design, place, architecture and everything else within KPO reflect their philosophy of life. In addition, touches of modern flair create a rather natural urban landmark that plays a double act – like a post office and an all-day café bar and this makes it a perfect spot for breakfast meetings or late-night cosy get-togethers.

On Saturday nights the bar stays open until 2am and from 8pm the resident DJ plays the best classic and modern dance tracks to get the party going. During the week there are happy hour offers, and Wednesdays bring special deals for the girls. Check with the bar staff for the latest offers.

Location: 1 Killiney Road Killiney Road Post Office, Killiney Road Post Office, Singapore 239518, Singapore

Open: Monday–Thursday from 3pm to 1am, Friday from 3pm to 2am, Saturday from 6pm to 2am

Phone: +65 8339 5368

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Horse’s Mouth

Horse’s Mouth is in the basement of the Forum Shopping Mall. You need to go through Uma Uma Ramen at 01-41. It’s always rather strange to find a bar in a shopping mall, but once you step behind the curtain and down the stairs, you will forget all about the consumer heaven above. This bar is dark and moody, inspired by drinking dens in Japan. It’s sleek and modern, with colourful displays and dark wood.

There’s a good selection of drinks, including signature cocktails made by the cheery bartender, who really knows his spirits. For something simple and strong go for your pick of the sake or whiskies, the selection is impressive and the quality excellent. Although the place looks like a drinking den you can come early to sample their excellent ramen noodles, perfect for lining your stomach before you hit the bar.

Location: #B1-39 Forum The Shopping Mall, 583 Orchard Road, Singapore 238884, Singapore

Open: Monday–Thursday from 6pm to midnight, Friday–Saturday from 6pm to 1am

Phone: +65 8188 0900

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Bedrock Bar & Grill

Bedrock Bar & Grill is a modern grill restaurant and whisky bar located at Pan Pacific Serviced Suites. Designed by award-winning design consultancy firm AvroKO from New York, its warm and intimate setting showcases an outstanding design with the use of organic elements such as unfinished wood, rough granite, and custom-made plush leather booths.

For business meetings or parties, the private dining space can be reserved for groups of 6, 12 or 20 persons.

Location: 96 Somerset Road, #01-05, Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Orchard, Singapore 238163, Singapore

Open: Monday–Sunday from midday to 3pm and from 6pm to 11pm

Phone: +65 6238 0054

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