Published Date: 26 November 2019
When it comes to unconventional entertainment, Singapore treats one and all to countless new experiences. While Singapore is home to innumerable family-friendly entertainment venues, our city also invites adults to take a break from their everyday lives and escape into playgrounds for grownups. The young and young at heart will love going wild in these action-packed venues that oﬀer amusement in many unusual forms.
The newest and largest nightclub in Singapore, MARQUEE Singapore boasts a gigantic 8K monitor, which screens detailed and lifelike animations, as partygoers groove to the music of internationally renowned musicians. In this unique venue, patrons can even ride a slide lit by colourful lights and hop on a giant indoor Ferris wheel, which has photo booths that will capture instagrammable moments. Tell your guests to look out for MARQUEE’s peculiar champagne trains, which are delivered in many attention-grabbing shapes and forms.
Marquee opening hours: Fri-Sat 10pm-6am
A swanky lounge located above MARQUEE Singapore, AVENUE Singapore is the third establishment set up by TAO Group in Singapore, after LAVO and MARQUEE. Your guests will love exploring the distinct zones within AVENUE Singapore, which include a private section with two mini bowling lanes, a main lounge with plush chairs and low tables that host convivial gatherings nightly, a lively gaming room with a pinball machine and pool table, and a gold room that has its own private bar.
Avenue opening hours: Wed-Thu 7pm-3am, Fri 7pm-5am, Sat 10pm-5am
Address (Marquee and Avenue): The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, 2 Bayfront Avenue, #B1-67
To book (Marquee and Avenue): Call +65 6688 8660
After your guests pick a Fragment Room package that they like, sign indemnity forms and don mandatory protective gear, they are free to destroy a room full of breakables with a baseball bat. The Fragment Room is a therapeutic venue that invites its guests to yell as loud as they want and play their own music as they break electronic appliances, glasses, vases and more. The Fragment Room is the ﬁrst venue in Asia that lets guests break ﬂuorescent items in a black-lit room—add $35 to a package to smash items coated in neon paint. Patrons can also pay extra to destroy additional items like laptops and television sets, or top up to enjoy an unlimited number of glass breakables.
This venue has added a larger room that can contain up to ﬁve participants at a time, in addition to its smaller room that can ﬁt a maximum of three participants.
Opening hours: Daily 12pm-10pm
Address: 490 MacPherson Road To book: Call +65 6970 0343
Guests of ZOVB can hurtle down a hill or bowl down giant pins while in the middle of an air-cushioned ZOVB ball. Alternatively, they can put on a bubble suit, also known as a “BLOOP”, and engage in unusual sports like bubble soccer, bubble suit dog and bone, and sumo wrestling. The water version of the ZOVB ball can be rented for pool parties. Unlike the double-layered ZOVB ball for land activities, water ZOVB balls are single-layered with a zipper on one side and allow users to experience what it’s like walking on water!
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 10am-6.30pm, Sat-Sun 9am-7pm Address: 116 Jalan Bukit Merah #01-1655
To book: Call +65 6779 1031
Groups of two to six can cooperate or compete against each other in Sandbox VR’s hyper-realistic virtual scenarios. These are the missions that your guests can dive into: Defend a ship against pirates, hold out against a zombie apocalypse inside a haunted mansion, or protect a futuristic city against an alien invasion! Each experience takes about 30 to 40 minutes to complete and best of all, participants will receive photos of themselves that commemorate their VR experience. Discounted prices are available for groups of 14 pax and above.
Opening hours: Daily 11am-10pm
Address: Orchard Central, 181 Orchard Road #05-31
To book: Call +65 9181 4044 or email email@example.com (Trade contact: Eugene Goh)
Located along the Chinatown street bazaar and just a few doors from the Chinatown Heritage Centre, MC Werewolves Café welcomes your guests to engage in a multisensory version of the popular Werewolves card game. Comprising a live moderator, sound eﬀects, smart in-game coordination technology and lighting that accentuates the mood, this upgraded version of Whodunnit? will bring your guests at the edge of their seats. The objective is to guess which of their friends are telling the truth and which of them are actually werewolves, secretly waiting for sunset to kill more villagers.
Opening hours: Daily 10am-midnight
Address: 38 Pagoda Street
To book: Call +65 6226 0353 (Trade contact: Dexter)
Players of all ages can duke it out alongside or against their loved ones at NERF Action Xperience, a 20,000-square-foot active play attraction which is also the world’s ﬁrst NERF-themed FEC. Designed to encourage active play and teamwork, its four unique zones are named Compete, Conquer, Challenge and Create and are meant to enhance skill sets, identify personal strengths and build individual conﬁdence. Your clients can form teams and get their NERF blasters ready to battle it out in Camp Dune or work together to ﬁnd a vaccine in Zombie City, or challenge themselves with high rope courses, drop slides, zip lines and a multitude of obstacles. Participants can choose between dry and wet play zones and can even customise their own NERF T-shirts and tote bags.
Opening hours: Daily 10am-10pm
Address: Marina Square, 6 Raﬄes Boulevard #01-208
To book: Email firstname.lastname@example.org (Trade contact: Pamela Wong)