Need a swish space for your next event? These unique party venues in Singapore can host groups of all sizes.
For an island nation that’s tiny, Singapore has a massive selection of spaces for your next special event. Don’t sweat if you’ve been given the mega task of planning a shindig, especially now that we can dine out in groups of 10. Our list of party venues in Singapore will have your back. From cocktail bars and restaurants for communal dining to hidden bars in the city – we guarantee these event venues will be cool enough for your crew.
Best party venues in Singapore for events
1. Holey Moley
Head down to Clarke Quay and check out this zany two-storey mini golf club and cocktail bar. Trust us when we say your party will be a putt above the rest. We’re talkin’ 20 themed golf holes based on iconic movies, and plenty of selfie opportunities for the ‘gram. Famished after a good game? Tuck into one-metre pizzas, beer towers and wacky cocktails that are more than enough to feed the whole tribe.
Holey Moley, 3B River Valley Road, Singapore 179024
2. Il Cielo
You can’t take your party to Italy, but you can take it to Il Cielo! This award-winning rooftop Italian restaurant might not be a new name, but it does have a whole new menu you can indulge in. Think Italian comfort food like burrata e tartufo pizza, and fresh tagliatelle pasta cooked in a red wine and parmesan emulsion. Reserve the private dining room that fits up to 10 people, or book the whole resto and party it out while enjoying stunning views of the city!
Il Cielo, Level 24, Voco Orchard Singapore, 581 Orchard Road, Singapore 238883
3. The Vagabond Club
If you need a swish venue for your upcoming bash, look no further than The Vagabond Club for an elevated experience. Whether it’s a birthday celebration, a corporate event, a snazzy after-party or other occasions, you’ll impress everyone with your choice. Its 5,000 square feet space accommodates up to 250 guests, so you’ll have no issue inviting your entire crew.
The Vagabond Club, 39 Syed Alwi Road, Singapore 207630
4. The Projector
Ran out of cool and unique venue spaces? How about organising your event at one of Singapore’s coolest alternative cinemas? Yes, apart from catching up on some solid indie films, the classic cinema hall, stage and foyer cafe spaces are open to hosting private events. What’s more, the large screens make for impactful presentations. The green room accommodates up to 250 guests.
The Projector, #05-00, Golden Mile Tower, 6001 Beach Road, Singapore 199589
Trust the Prive Group to have event space for all types of crowds; each location in Singapore is unique to its own style. Head to Keppel Bay for a breezy alfresco afternoon. Or spend the night amongst lush surroundings at its Chijmes outpost. Selected venues sit from 40 to 200 guests with a choice of buffet, set meals, platters, canapes and free-flow drinks.
Prive, multiple locations including Keppel Bay, Chijmes and Botanic Gardens
Here.sg is the kind of place you’d rent if you require adequate activity ideas minus the hassle. The space holds plenty of Instagram-worthy spots as well as an indoor glasshouse cafe, 3D art feature walls, and even customisable mood lighting to build the ambience. Perfect for everything from a fun corporate event to a cool idea for a wedding reception.
Here.sg, 576A Serangoon Road, Singapore 218190
7. Kara Cafe & Dessert Bar
Did you know this cafe in Singapore has a gorgeous event space? Now you do! The two-storey loft is great for throwing intimate events like product launches and intimate solemnisations. Plus, the muted pink and earthy peach tones make party decorations easy peasy.
Kara Cafe & Dessert Bar, 617 Bukit Timah Road, Singapore 269718
8. Food for Thought
Apart from a charming location at the National Museum of Singapore, Food for Thought’s kopitiam and family-dinner style setting is sure to get your guests chatty. The entire restaurant sits 170 guests but if you’re looking for a small-scale soiree, the private events room holds up to 80 guests. As for the menu, you’ll be treated to Southeast Asian flavours with gluten-free and vegetarian options, along with dishes inspired by the museum (chat with the friendly folks and they’ll work something out for you and your guests.)
Food for Thought, #01-04/05, National Museum of Singapore, 93 Stamford Road, Singapore 178897
The best setting for a party? The beach, of course! Enjoy the sand, sea and views of Sentosa at Coastes. Throw in the grub, beer and live music and we’ll guarantee your party will be a hit. After all, it’s about the vibes.
Coastes, #01-06, 50 Siloso Beach Walk, Singapore 099000
10. Sky Garden
Dreamy views overlooking the South China Sea, nightly fireworks and postcard-perfect sunset views – Sky Garden sets the bar high for your next D&D, seminar or family get-together. Located atop iFly Singapore, it’s the perfect spot if you’re looking for something away from the city. Plus, you can’t say no to the breezy rooftop alfresco or outdoor terrace and bar. There’s also an indoor garden space for intimate events. One thing’s for sure, you can count on our RSVP if you’re planning an event right here.
Sky Garden, iFly Singapore (beside Beach Station), 43 Siloso Beach Walk, Singapore 099010
11. Ola Beach Club
A Hawaiian paradise right here in Singapore, Ola is a watersports centre, beach club, family playground, and wedding and party venue all rolled into one. Food-wise, it serves Hawaiian-inspired cuisine like crispy chicken poke bowls and kalua pulled pork. Sip on cocktails served in adorable tiki-themed mugs whilst lounging by the serene pool. And this is the only beach club in Singapore that has a water jetpack… just sayin’.
Ola Beach Club, 46 Siloso Beach Walk, Singapore 099005
12. Atmosphere Bistro
This super kid-friendly resto and sports bar has us digging its Japanese-fusion menu such as the lava cheeseburger, garlic butter mussels, waffle burger and the classic fish and chips. For afters, order the Black Pearl — it’s molten chocolatey goodness flamed at your table! Can’t seem to keep the kids still? Atmosphere Bistro has an indoor play area as well as plenty of outdoor spaces for the kids to run around.
Atmosphere Bistro, #01-25 to 27, Parkland Green, 920 East Coast Parkway, Singapore 449875
13. Gurame Indonesian Restaurant
Sitting along Changi Coast Walk is this halal family-friendly restaurant that serves authentic Indonesian fare. Prepare for a burst of flavours as you try its signature Gurame goreng (deep-fried fish), gulai kepala ikan (spicy, curry-like fish), tahu kipas (stuffed fried tofu) and udang gala sambal (spicy prawns). Plus, it has both indoor and outdoor seating with a view — picturesque enough for weddings and parties!
Gurame Indonesian Restaurant, 11 Changi Coast Walk, Singapore 499740
Fancy a proper dinner party where the main highlight of the night is steak? 665°F at Andaz Singapore is the hotel’s premium steakhouse (with halal-certified meats!), where you can take in the rich interior inspired by classic Savile Row tailor shops and stunning views of Singapore. Make it exclusive by booking the private dining room – it has the best views in the restaurant.
665°F, Level 38, Andaz Singapore, 5 Fraser Street, Singapore 189354
Vijay Mudaliar is the audacious fellow behind Native and its creations, which stem from his focus on foraging from his surroundings. His cocktails boast identities close to home, using ingredients such as mango, turmeric, cinnamon and tapioca. Is your squad cool enough to try it?
Native, 52A Amoy Street, Singapore 069878
16. Employees Only Singapore
Expect a bespoke cocktail experience worthy of the Best Bar In The World accolade, with an ambience that’s neither stuffy nor exclusive. We personally love the Maguro kueh pie tee and the EO “Ramly” burger filled with wagyu beef and a fried egg.
Employees Only Singapore, 112 Amoy Street, Singapore 069932
17. Kult Kafe
It’s always fun to appreciate art with a tipple in hand, so it’s a natural progression to have this swiggin’ haunt sprout from the cultured crannies of Kult Gallery. Down some bespoke cocktails and bop to some great hits – we heard it won’t be long before live music returns to the floor.
Kult Kafe, #01-19B, The Grandstand, 200 Turf Club Road, Singapore 287994
18. Manhattan Bar
This glamorous bar doesn’t allow children for its Sunday brunch (peace!), and you get free-flowing cocktails together with a scrumptious buffet spread. Have a nasty hangover? Well, Manhattan Bar’s cocktail brunch has an impressive Bloody Mary cart that has a vast selection of hot sauces including Sriracha chilli and Ghost Pepper.
Manhattan Bar, Regent Singapore, 1 Cuscaden Road, Singapore 249715
19. Open Farm Community
Sitting on 35,000 square feet of lush greenery that was once a golf driving range, Open Farm Community boasts a sprawling garden filled with herb and vegetable produce. This ingenious concept features a seasonal menu, which changes according to the local harvest.
Open Farm Community, 130E Minden Road, Singapore 248819
20. Tanjong Beach Club
Hit the shores for a balmy beach party worthy of the most devout sun worshippers. Named one of the world’s top 50 best beach bars, the plush daybeds, great grub, and sweet pool makes it a perfect spot to watch the sun sink and rise into tomorrow. Come for the food, stay for play in the pool, and dance in the sand to the island tunes.
Tanjong Beach Club, 120 Tanjong Beach Walk, Sentosa, Singapore 098942
21. The Coastal Settlement
Situated in former army barracks, this cafe in Singapore is a great party venue with its high ceilings and patio seating. Old souls will love the vintage charm and the quirky playground next to the patio.
The Coastal Settlement, 200 Netheravon Road, Singapore 508529
22. Cafe Melba
This cafe exudes a laidback, unperturbed coolness that only East-enders seem to possess. Located in the one and only Goodman Arts Centre, Cafe Melba delivers quality, unpretentious nosh made with the freshest ingredients possible. While the food is top-notch, what we really adore is the alfresco area – the space is so cleverly designed that it manages to be cosy and intimate, yet breezy and private all at once.
Cafe Melba, Goodman Arts Centre, 90 Goodman Road, Singapore 439053
23. Riders Cafe
Get away from the hustle and bustle of the city and head to Riders Cafe, which is, in our opinion, the best thing you can get if you’re thinking of a short, country-style escape. Tucked away in the lush greenery of Bukit Timah Saddle Club (yes, there are adorable horses all around), this tranquil spot is great for an intimate birthday celebration or wedding venue.
Riders Cafe, 51 Fairways Drive, Singapore 286965
Escape from the urban gridlock at multi-concept dining establishment The Garage in Botanic Gardens. This sanctuary is home to both Botanico and Bee’s Knees. The former, a casual and family-friendly bistro concept, offers everything from pasta plates to salads.
The Garage, Singapore Botanic Gardens, 50 Cluny Park Road, Singapore 257488
Party like it’s the 80s – with Miami Vice-inspired custom diner booths and cheeky decor. This all-American diner is a charming location for cocktail parties, dinners, meetings and fun events. Feeling cheeky? Challenge your colleagues to a round of beer pong or even champagne pong, and see who ends up king.
Overeasy, #01-06, One Fullerton, 1 Fullerton Road, Singapore 049213
26. Wheeler’s Yard
Hands up if you’ve taken a photo in front of that signature rustic blue wall. Wheeler’s Yard’s spacious (can we emphasise the word “spacious” again?) industrial warehouse setting and unique bicycle covered walls are painfully hip. We picture charming DIY crafts and photo booths for an utterly Instagram-worthy party.
Wheeler’s Yard, 28 Lorong Ampas, Singapore 328781
27. Don Ho
This industrial, tropical-themed resto features an innovative fusion menu by chef Shiman Woon that blends Eastern and Western influences. An evening here is geared towards group dining, so you’ll want to head down with your friends for a big bash.
Don Ho, 1 Keong Saik Road, Singapore 089109
28. Neon Pigeon
On the menu, you’ll find Asian-inspired sharing plates like pork and langoustine dumplings, and even seafood dishes like New Zealand cod katsu. Drink-wise, feel free to challenge the bartenders and get them to customise your poison to your liking. On the other hand, you can order one of the cocktails such as Harajuku Girl – a mix of Fords gin, Fee Brothers plum bitters and shisho leaf.
Neon Pigeon, 36 Carpenter Street, Singapore 089109
At one of Singapore’s best Middle Eastern-influenced restaurants, chef-owner Bjorn Shen puts out innovative creations that are great for sharing, from beetroot tzatziki to a falafel salad and a slow-roasted lamb shoulder. Don’t be surprised if you pop by and see something new on the menu, these guys are known for their spontaneity.
Artichoke, 161 Middle Road, Singapore 188978
30. Fat Prince
The influences stem from Istanbul and Marrakesh to Beirut and Amman – all congregating together in one place within the fringes of Singapore’s CBD. Fit for an opulent sultan, yet chilled out enough to attract post-work yuccies looking for affordable swigs, Fat Prince treats all its patrons like royalty. Getting peckish while drinking is a given, and Fat Prince boasts a menu that – unless you’re a big solo eater – is perfect for sharing.
Fat Prince, 48 Peck Seah Street, Singapore 079317
31. Lime House
Got a massive party in the works? Go Caribbean and book Lime House’s private dining space on the second floor. If it’s a sit-down dinner, these folks can accommodate up to 50 pax, while their standing capacity is 80 pax (check in with them for Covid-19 restrictions though). There’s no extra charge to rent the space, so let them know how you want to customise the package and they’ll make it happen.
Lime House, 2 Jiak Chuan Road, Singapore 089260
This small 13-seater restaurant has a basement space that’s great for up to 22 gourmands (do book ahead). It’s all about amazing food and fab produce. Menu highlights include Iberico pork secreto and the grilled octopus. The doughnuts with lemon curd are pleasantly surprising and a must-order to finish off a great meal.
Lolla, 22 Ann Siang Road, Singapore 069702
33. Potato Head Folk
If you and your posse are hankering for some gut-busting burgers, sate those mighty appetites in the whimsical confines of Potato Head Folk. Call in early to book a table if you’re in a large group, or if you’ve got bigger plans still, the restaurant offers its space for private events. Dining here is completely unpretentious, so dress down and get messy with specialities like the classic baby Huey cheeseburger.
Potato Head Folk, 36 Keong Saik Road, Singapore 089143
34. Nox – Dine in the Dark
For something totally unique to wow your pals and your tastebuds, book the private room at Nox. The three-course set menu is reasonably priced ($88++ per person) and, as you’re dining in the dark, you won’t know what you’re eating until all is revealed after the meal. Expect a lively debate as you try to guess what the heck is actually on your plate.
Nox – Dine in the Dark, 83 Club Street, Singapore 069451
This mega clubbing institution has been around for more than 25 years, making it a staple of Singapore’s nightlife scene. With sprawling multi-level dance floors, and three dazzling club spaces, it’s no surprise that pre-Covid this was THE destination to see international DJs – think house and techno elites like Paul Van Dyk or EDM crowd-pleasers like Dyro. A party here is always swell!
Zouk, The Cannery, 3C River Valley Road, Singapore 179022
36. Ce La Vi
Taking the meaning of living the high life to a whole new level – 57 stories up, in fact! – is Ce La Vi. Perched atop the boat-shaped structure of Marina Bay Sands, you get a picturesque view of the Singapore skyline. Its kitchen is now headed by executive chef Maksym Chukanov – a new addition to the Ce La Vi team. And with the return of live music, you can enjoy live DJ sets daily from 6pm onwards.
Ce La Vi, SkyPark, Marina Bay Sands Tower 3, 1 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018971
37. Blu Jaz Cafe
Three stories of decent local music await in this quaint shophouse situated along Bali Lane. Besides being a host to good vibes, BluJaz caters to any music taste, any night. Whether it’s jazz, reggaeton or even trippy psychedelic trance, this unconventional space plays it all. We recommend booking the entire second floor – it comes with a rustic outdoor balcony.
Blu Jaz Cafe, 11 Bali Lane, Singapore 189848
38. Hire a yacht
Boat parties are a hit in Singapore, thanks to constant sunshine, the sea on our doorstep and plenty of celebrations every weekend. And they’re oh-so-easy to organise. Hiring a boat in Singapore is just a case of chatting to a few companies, working out the overall size, deciding upon a route (from day trips to weekends away) and adding extras like food, booze and activities.
These cool party venues in Singapore will be sure to impress your whole crew!