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The Scene Where To Celebrate New Year's Eve 2019 In Singapore

Where To Celebrate New Year's Eve 2019 In Singapore

Where To Celebrate New Year's Eve 2019 In Singapore
By Amelia Yeo
December 27, 2019
Ready to party and countdown to 2020? Raise a glass to a new decade at any of these 10 stunning locations around town
(Image: Avex Inc.)
(Image: Colossal Pro)
 

1/10 Star Island Singapore Countdown Edition 2019-2020

Singapore's anchor countdown event at The Float @ Marina Bay will see a spectacular 90-minute long display of fireworks by leading Japanese entertainment company, Avex. Equipped with 500 drones, a 3D surround-sound system, world-class acts and synchronised LED wristbands, this highly synchronised performance will take audiences through six immersive chapters, including an exhilarating countdown experience to usher in the New Year. 

(Related: Which Are The Top Cities That Revellers Will Be Celebrating New Year's Eve in?)

Lush interiors of Vue (Image: Vue)
Lush interiors of Vue (Image: Vue)

2/10 Vue

Vue has made quite the buzz around town recently—and for all the good reasons. Promising a unique dining experience helmed by head chef Sam Chin, and unprecedented views of the Marina Bay waterfront, its no wonder that this new rooftop destination has been the talk of the town of late.

Coming New Year's Eve, it will play host to an all-you-can-eat Fiesta, where revellers will be able to enjoy a delectable spread of canapes, charcuterie, oysters and caviar, followed by the restaurant's signature roast—a dry rub and whiskey-aged prime black Angus beef—guaranteed to tantalise taste buds and kick start 2020 on the right note. 

(Related: 5 Reasons To Visit Vue, Singapore’s First Rooftop Spritz Bar And Restaurant)

(Image: Cé La Vi)
(Image: Cé La Vi)

3/10 Cé La Vi

Score front row seats to catch the Marina Bay fireworks at Cé La Vi, as the club lounge gears up for a Vegas-themed party to bid farewell to 2019. Show up in your glitziest outfit for the most glamorous rooftop party atop one of Singapore's most iconic landmarks, the Marina Bay Sands. 

(Related: How To Wine And Dine Like The Cast Of Netflix's Singapore Social)

(Image: Atlas Singapore)
(Image: Atlas Singapore)

4/10 Atlas Singapore

Inspired by the architectural style in the roaring '20s, the opulent interiors of Atlas is the perfect setting to usher in a brand new decade—which also coincidentally marks 100 years since the dawn of the Art Deco period.

Thirsty tipplers will be thrilled about the overflowing amount of champagne, while DJ Titus, who is best known for dropping some serious hip hop and R&B tracks on the dancefloor, sets the mood for the celebrations that evening. 

Bassjackers (Image: Zouk Singapore)
(Image: Zouk Singapore)
 

5/10 Zouk

Dutch electronic duo Bassjackers have been topping the Beatport charts since the release their single, Mush Mush, in 2011. Since then, they have gone on to collaborate with some of the electronic dance music industry's biggest names such as Afrojack and fellow Dutch duo, Showtek.

This New Year's Eve, the highly sought-after duo will be taking over the decks at Zouk's Superclub for an unforgettable countdown party to ring in the New Year. 

(Image: Smoke & Mirrors)
(Image: Smoke & Mirrors)
(Image: Smoke & Mirrors)
(Image: Smoke & Mirrors)
 

6/10 Smoke & Mirrors

Situated at the rooftop of the National Gallery Singapore, Smoke & Mirrors is yet another fantastic spot for an unparalleled view of the breathtaking fireworks display this New Year's Eve.

Expect a night of ultimate indulgence as guests are treated to a sumptuous dinner buffet, followed by bubbly all around should they choose to stay on after their meal. The best seats and tables in the house are up for grabs at the moment, so it's fastest fingers first! 

(Related: Happy Hour With… Jorge Conde Of Smoke & Mirrors)

(Image: Sentosa Development Corporation)
(Image: Sentosa Development Corporation)
 

7/10 Siloso Beach Party

End the year off with a bang at the Siloso Beach Party, where headliners such as Australian electronic duo Mashd N Kutcher and Dutch producer Julian Jordan are just some of the exciting acts ready to fuel 12 hours of non-stop hits for your beachside festivities.

Seasoned party-goers can also expect to plunge into the iconic foam pool once more this year, while adrenaline junkies can kick it up a notch by diving off the 47-metre high AJ Hackett Bungy—arguably the most thrilling way to leap into the new decade. 

(Image: Bar Rouge Singapore)
(Image: Bar Rouge Singapore)
 

8/10 Bar Rouge

Bar Rouge's annual Electric Sky-themed countdown affair will see revellers dressed to the nines in midnight blue, while the dancefloor transforms to a silvery playground to amp up the New Year's Eve fete.

Jot down resolutions for 2020 on your very own helium balloon, or groove to the beats by the club's resident DJs: Styluxtakut, Kenneth F, Rattle and Fadille, who will be dishing out hits from dusk till dawn. 

(Related: What to Wear On New Year's Eve As You Countdown to 2020)

9/10 Monti

True gourmands with a penchant for late-night dancing will be thrilled to find themselves at Monti's Gold and Glitter Soiree this New Year's Eve. Starting from 5pm onwards, guests will be able to witness the last sunset of the year as it sets against the beautiful cityscape, and experience a Tuscan-Italian meal followed by the party favours and midnight champagne.

Monti's fantastic location on the waterfront also allows front row seats to the spectacular 90-minute long firework performance by Star Island. So grab your inner circle and bask in the company of loved ones and a vibrant backdrop as you welcome the New Year. 

(Related: What You’ll Miss If You Don’t Dine At Monti)

(Image: Marquee)
(Image: Marquee)

10/10 Marquee

Singapore's latest club, Marquee, gears up for its first New Year's Eve celebration by inviting electronic Dutch DJ duo, W&W, to helm its decks for an epic blowout to end the year on a high. Yet another addition to the club's steady streak of chart-topping DJs, partygoers can expect a couple of popular dance remixes from this high octane act, as well as the duo's own trance-infused tunes in a nod to their trance roots. 

(Related: The Reason Behind Marquee's Ferris Wheel And Indoor Slide)

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The Scene Star Island Marina Bay The Float Vue Cé La Vi Atlas Singapore Zouk Bassjackers Smoke & Mirrors National Gallery Singapore Siloso Beach Party Bar Rouge Monti Marquee

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