10 Amazing Bachelor Party Ideas In Singapore - Updated 2022

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So you’re bidding goodbye to bachelorhood and entering into a union of love. Congratulations! Just before things get official and you get really busy with the actual day wedding preparations and so forth, we’ve come up with a list of amazing bachelor party ideas you can have with your closest buddies in Singapore. If you’re local, you probably need no further introduction to this sunny island. If you’re traveling to Singapore specifically for your party, it’s good to know that Singapore is a multicultural island city-state off southern Malaysia and has a tropical climate all year round. It also features amazing party hotels and vacation rentals with great amenities. Read on as we introduce you to the amazing bachelor party ideas in Singapore.

1. Indulge in whiskey and cigars at The Connoisseur Divan

You don’t get a lot of chances to enjoy whiskey and quality cigars in the company of good friends in a cigar bar every day. So, it makes perfect sense to have a gathering with the buddies at The Connoisseur Divan, located at UE Sq Park Wing, along River Valley Road. The nearest train station is Fort Canning, and a six-minute walk from the station will get you to the cigar bar. Wednesdays are the busiest times for the bar, so if you want some privacy, you know which day to avoid. There are both indoor and outdoor seating areas.

The Connoisseur Divan

Address: 207 River Valley Rd, Singapore 238275

Website: The Connoisseur Divan

Opening hours: Mon - Thu: 2pm - 12.30am; Fri - Sat: 2pm - 12:30am; Sun: 4pm to 12am

2. Indulge your taste buds on a food tour (from USD 160.0)

Gather your favorites at 73 Pagoda Street, a minute walk from Chinatown MRT Station. This gastronomy tour will take you on a food tour of the Singapore. It includes six food stops and lasts for about three hours. A local, English-speaking guide will show you the hidden gems where Singapore residents dine at. The tour promises food places that you won’t find in common guidebooks and comes with a secret dish you will find out only on that day itself. Ready for an all-Singapore food bachelor party?

Singapore Food Tour: Small-Group or Private

Duration: 3 hours

64 reviews

3. Play an adrenaline-rushing game of Paintball

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Test your ability to think quickly and decisively with your team of friends in a game of paintball. Not only does it build teamwork, it has fun written all over it. You can visit one of the two Red Dynasty Paintball Parks located in Bukit Timah and Yishun. The nearest train stations are Six Avenue and Khatib respectively. There are different packages offered by the two parks, so hop over to their website to view more information and their pricing table. In fact, the company offers other team activities like laser tag and bubble soccer, which we think are great ideas for a bachelor party, too.

Red Dynasty Paintball Park

Address: The Cage Sports Park, 220 Turf Club Road, Singapore 288001 & ORTO, 81 Lorong Chencharu, #01-14, Singapore 769198

Website: Red Dynasty Paintball Park

Opening hours: 9am - 7pm (daily for Bukit Timah’s) / 9am - 11pm (daily for Yishun’s)

Price: from 21.50 USD (29.90 SGD)

4. Adore the Singapore night lights on trishaw and cruise (from USD 95.0)

This night tour will take approximately four hours and pickup is available from selected hotels in Singapore city or Sentosa Island in the evening. The first stop will be at Chinatown, a place with a maze of narrow roads, shops and eateries set against a backdrop of rich history and heritage. After dinner at a local Chinese restaurant, you will all make your way to Bugis Village filled with restored pre-war shophouses. Here, the highlight begins as you ride a two-seater trishaw, passing the bustling streets of Little India, to Clarke Quay for a cruise along the Singapore River. Your tour ends with a hotel drop-off or simply request to leave from Clarke Quay and have some drinks by the historical riverside quay. The night’s still young for the party to end!

Nightout at Chinatown & Bugis Village Tour (includes dinner)

Duration: 4 hours

1012 reviews

5. Have a round of golf at Champions Public Golf Course

Golfer swing
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Champions Public Golf Course, previously known as Green Fairways, comprises of a nine-hole golf courses. You can find them in the Bukit Timah vicinity, along Fairways Drive. Go for their two-tier golf driving range, with range balls dispensed by ball machines, or try their outdoor mini-golf course for a start. Keen to take home a skill from your one and only bachelor’s party? You can get your friends and yourself into Golf Croup Clinic for beginners at the Champions Public Golf Course. It will cost 69 USD (95 SGD) per participant for six to eight adults. Price includes a PGA certified professional, golf balls, equipment and light refreshments.

Champions Public Golf Course

Address: 60 Fairways Drive, Singapore 286966

Website: Champions Public Golf Course

Opening hours: 7am - 12am (daily at driving range), 7am - 12am (daily at mini golf)

Price: from 7 USD (10 SGD) for mini golf

6. Dance the night away at Zouk Singapore

Night club
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If you’re the type to settle down after marriage, then you got to bid goodbye to night clubs. Since it’s probably your last night club visit, have an alcohol and dance party to mark the end of singlehood. The name’s really apt since it is named after a French creole word for ‘party’. This place, located at Clarke Quay, has won the Singapore Tourism Board’s “Best Nightspot Experience” award six times, so you know you’re at the right spot for sure. There are no pre-sale tickets, so be sure to head down on the night itself to purchase. No slippers are allowed, so dress the way you want to be treated.

Zouk Singapore

Address: 3C River Valley Road, Clarke Quay, #01-05 to #02-06, The Cannery, 179022

Website: Zouk Singapore

Opening hours: Wed & Fri: 10pm - 3am, Thu: 10pm - 2am; Sat: 10pm to 4am (closed on Sun - Tue)

7. Release your inner child at HeadRock VR (from USD 9.0)

Release your inner child at HeadRock VR, located at Singapore’s Sentosa Island, just steps away from Trick Eye Museum Singapore. There are a total of 11 different games, which include themes like zombies, jungle and blizzards split between three different color-coded zones. Battle it out in a single game or pick a package of up to seven games. It’s your party, so make the call! Book via Viator for a seamless transaction.

HeadRock VR Admission Ticket

Duration: 7 hours

1 review

8. Pub crawl the Singapore way (from USD 47.0)

This is the day to drink to your heart’s content following an eight-hour walking tour to visit bustling bars and nightclubs. To be exact, you will make your way to four local bars and a nightclub with a professional party guide. The squad will meet you at 80 Raffles Place, a two-minute walk from Raffles Place MRT station. Dress smart-casual to mingle with potential new friends you will meet during the tour. Price includes four complimentary alcohol shots.

Singapore Pub Crawl (SG Pub Crawl)

Duration: 3 to 5 hours

152 reviews

9. Go on a Singapore night tour (from USD 54.0)

To save yourself time from planning, all you have to do is to set a holiday date with your friends and join in this value tour that brings you to the best spots in Singapore. You will get to visit Gardens by the Bay for a Supertree Grove light show, marvel at the city skyline from the Sands Skypark Observation Deck and shop at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands. To make sure you start on the right track before marriage, remember to buy a gift or two for your future wife. That’s a real tip.

Singapore Night Tour with Gardens by the Bay and River Cruise

Duration: 3 hours

725 reviews

10. Get VIP treatment at Singapore Turf Club (from USD 57.0)

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The package you purchase from Viator includes pickup at selected hotels in Singapore city or Sentosa Island. Once you arrive at the club, enter the VIP Victory Lounge for food and drinks at the full-service bar and restaurant, at your own expense. Exclusively available only during Fridays and Sunday afternoons, watch the horse-race up-close at personal television screens and place your bets at the private betting counters. We could do away with a little splurge, can’t we?

Singapore Turf Club: Horse Racing

Duration: 4 hours

10 reviews

Bid farewell to bachelorhood in a spectacular way

We hope these amazing bachelor party ideas would be worthy of your time spent as you bid goodbye to bachelorhood and say hello to married life. Share this article with your best buddies because it’s probably the time to pick on one to two activities as the date draws near. Be sure to check out some must-visit places and rooftop bars while you’re here. Have a blast and an entertaining time!

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