Best Scenic Places to Visit in Singapore on New Year’s Eve

Published On October 10, 2017 | By Staff Writer | Singapore, Travel Planning
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It’s barely 2 more months to Christmas and New Year’s Eve! The clock is ticking, and it’s time you made up your mind on where you want to celebrate the ending of 2017 and the beginning of a fabulous new year – 2018. If you’re set on celebrating your New Year’s Eve in Singapore, we say kudos! Top place to celebrate any occasion, especially New Year’s! Singapore’s vibrant nightlife, innumerable pubs and marvelous entertainment venues make this city just perfect for New Year’s Eve. Check out our list of top places to celebrate New Year’s in Singapore!

  1. 1919 Waterboat House

Historically charming by day and all party-vibes at night, the 1919 Waterboat House is just place to celebrate 2017’s end. Get a good seating on the spacious rooftop bar and get a fabulous view of Singapore’s skyline and the famous Marina Bay countdown fireworks. Sip an ice-cold mojito and dance away to the rippling music dished out by the restaurant’s DJ. 1919 Waterboat House is one of the best places to visit in Singapore.

  1. Scenic New Year’s Eve Dinner At Catalunya

Make your last meal of 2017 a spectacular one, as you get ready to welcome the next year at Singapore’s best Spanish restaurant.  Catalunya is located on a floating dome at Marina Bay, and it has its own observation deck. Get ready for an incredible, totally unobstructed view of the Marina Bay countdown fireworks while sipping your New Year’s bubbly and jiving as the in-house DJ whips out 2017’s greatest hits. Watching New Year’s Eve countdown fireworks is one of the best things to do in Singapore. So what’re you waiting for? Hurry and get your Singapore visa in place so you can enjoy the best of times in Singapore in December 2017!

  1. Cé la vi Skybar

Cé la vi Skybar is one of Singapore’s points of interest, and not just during New Year’s Eve. It’s a fancy place, and it sparkles during the holidays. Located on the 57th floor of the picturesque Marina Bay building, you’ll enjoy the most scenic view of the surrounding skyline from your table. Not only that, the midnight fireworks at Marina Bay Sands will explode right in front of your eyes as you sit on top of everything on the 57th floor!

  1. Cable Car Ride Over Faber Peak

If you’re not into crowded all-night parties, here’s a scenic getaway for New Year’s Eve. Enjoy fabulous cable car party all the way up to Faber Peak with your friends. Book a private cabin, and enjoy a fabulous New Year’s meal with wonderful desserts and champagne. What’s more, you’ll have the whole of Singapore laid out below you, plus an unrivalled close-up view of midnight fireworks at Marina Bay. Faber Peak is one of the well-known Singapore tourist spots, so the New Year’s Eve celebrations at the peak will be truly spectacular. Head out to Faber Peak during the day itself for some top-notch Singapore sightseeing.

  1. Yacht Party

Want the most luxurious and the most scenic NYE this year? Why not sign up for the most luxurious countdown party ever aboard the Royal Albatross, a magnificent yacht which sails from Resort World Sentosa towards Marina Bay? You’ll get a great view of all the midnight fireworks in the city that lighting up the skies in brilliant hues. Cruise along, counting the stars of 2017 as you enjoy great champagne, canapés, incredible music, dancing and yes, live performances.

  1. Zouk

You can count on Zouk to deliver a smashing night out. Each year, this fabulous nightclub puts on a New Year’s Eve party to rival every other party in Singapore. The space was a reproduction of Peter Pan’s fantasy world, with infinity mirrors, aerialists on swings and candy floss trees. You can bet this year’s décor will beat last year’s. Get ready for a smashing all night out at Zouk – the best way to ring in the New Year!

  1. Zafferano

If enjoying the world’s best food while gazing out at the blissfully-panoramic view of Marina Waterfront is more your thing, then head out to the magnificent Zafferano’s Terrace Lounge. Watch scenic Singapore via the all-glass walls of the restaurant which is located on the 43rd floor of the Ocean Financial Centre. The five-course Italian meal will speak to your heart while the in-house DJ’s rave tunes will keep your feet drumming all night.

  1. Siloso Beach Party

Want to enjoy 12 hours of non-stop beach-front partying? Then Siloso Beach’s themed New Year’s Eve musicals and parties are for you. A number of top DJs will perform at various parties in Sentosa Island, especially on Siloso Bach. Pick up your drinks from Sand Bar or Coastes, two cool beach bars on Siloso which also hold beach parties and beach BBQs at Siloso each year.

  1. Sands SkyPark Party

Feast your eyes on Singapore’s exotic night skyline as you toast to the New Year, from Marina Bay Sands’ SkyPark Observation Deck. Jive to music by home-grown rockers and DJs, and get an eyeful of the fabulous midnight fireworks at Marina Bay or Gardens by the Bay. This will be the coolest and most scenic New Year’s party that you’ve enjoyed in your life!

  1. Singapore Flyer Party

Want to escape the crowds and celebrate a scenic NYE up in the sky? Book one of the capsules on the Singapore Flyer in advance for your private party! Feast your eyes on the fabulous bird’s eye view of midnight fireworks in Marina Bay and Gardens by the Bay and the whole of Singapore spread out beneath you.


New Year’s Eve in Singapore is a spectacular affair, no matter where you choose to party. Don’t wait till night to start the party. Every part of Singapore will be decked to the high skies for New Year. Check out the vibrantly-decorated Gardens by the Bay, Marina Bay, Singapore’s Little India, Chinatown and other places. Every little street and avenue will be decked out in glittery scenes – Singapore during Christmas and New Year’s is something else indeed! Start your private party days before New Year’s Eve! When you’re in Singapore, the party always begins early and goes on for a long time.



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