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Next PageNo trip to Singapore would be complete without checking out its hip and happenin' night scene, and there's no better place to do it than Robertson Quay (also known as the Mohamed Sultan area). In recent years, this riverside party strip has surpassed both Boat Quay and Clarke Quay as the party capital of Singapore, to be crowned the Sultan of Swing.

one of the pubEach pub and dance club is stylish is its own way. Some have an oriental theme, with ancient Chinese-style signboards, red lanterns, and Chinese art pieces as a decorative base, whilst others are chic, mysterious, or sporty. Some have table top dancing, whilst others have sprawling dance floors. Some have themed nights, whilst others have drag shows. There's something for everyone.

club seventhMany of the pubs and dance clubs at Robertson Quay have no cover charge, so you can go hop from one pub to another and boogie all night long for FREE!

Entrance of dbl-0 On Fridays, Saturdays and eves of public holidays, the area is packed with throngs of party-goers having a good time. Even if pub crawling and jamming are a turn-off, it's still an excellent place to people watch. The crowd is youngish and the atmosphere casual. Of the 3 quays, Robertson Quay is the least touristy and it's definitely worth a night out by any backpacker in Singapore.

Spearheading the dance scene at Robertson Quay are DBL-O and Liquid Room.

11 Unity Street, #02-20 Robertson Walk. (Map)
Type: Dance club.
The Scene: This chic and trendy dance club features 3 bar areas, a raised dance floor, a 10-metre high ceiling, and a swish sliding wall of lights which changes to suit the mood and occasion. Wednesdays are "GIRL" nights, with FREE admission and FREE flow drinks for females from 9.30 p.m. Saturday nights are "GO" nights, held in conjunction with www.fridae.com, Asia's gay and lesbian network. The DJ plays garage and house disco.
Cover Charge : On Wednesdays, it's S$25 for males (includes 2 drinks) and free for females. On Thursdays to Saturdays, it's S$15 for males and S$10 for females, which includes 2 drinks.
Minimum Age: 22 for males, and 20 for females.
Dress Code: Trendy.
Open: 8.00 p.m. to 3.00 a.m. from Wednesdays to Saturdays.

sonnd bar of the liquid roomgallery evasonLIQUID ROOM
76 Robertson Quay, #01-05 Gallery Evason Hotel.
Type: Dance club.
The Scene: Since it opened its doors some 1 ½ years ago, the Liquid Room has consistently been packed to capacity crowd. This very popular club has FREE admission and DJs who spin progressive house, tech-house, tribal and trance. Come early on Fridays and Saturdays, as the queue begins at 10.00 p.m. and does not end till 2.00 a.m. Dress funky, hip or with attitude to push ahead in the queue.
Cover Charge : FREE
Minimum Age: Mature.
Dress Code: Trendy.
Open: 11.00 p.m. to 3.00 a.m. from Wednesdays to Saturdays.

Two alternative pubs with dance floors worth checking out are Milk Bar and Two Rooms.

276 Robertson Quay, #01-09 The Gallery Evason.
Pub with a dance floor.
The Scene:
This joint specializes in cocktails with milk in them. The DJ spins house and garage for the dance floor.
Cover Charge:
Minimum Age:
23 for males, and 18 for females.
Dress Code:
6.00 p.m. to 3.00 a.m. daily.

two rooms logotwo rooms entranceTWO ROOMS
207 River Valley Road, #01-59/60 UE Square.
Type: Pub with a dance floor.
The Scene: Singapore's first oxygen bar is separated into 2 sections - a dance area and an area with 4 oxygen dispensers. To rejuvenate your tired souls, inhale pure oxygen served flavoured through nose cannulas. Available at 5-, 10-, 15- and 20-minute shots at S$1 per minute. There's a pool table in this joint.
Cover Charge : FREE
Minimum Age: 25 for males, 22 for females.
Dress Code: Smart casual.
Open: 7.00 p.m. to 3.00 a.m. from Mondays to Saturdays.

The pubs are just too plentiful to name. There are several helpful websites with write-ups or reviews on those pubs. Check afterdark.hotspots.com, and e-clubbing.com. Bear in mind that competition for business at Robertson Quay is keen and there's a considerably high turnover rate for the pubs in the area. These sites help update you on whether a particular pub or club is still in business.

~ Happy Clubbing ~

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