Themed bars in Singapore

These days, bars are more than just a place to drink. Good drinks alone will not suffice. A trip down to a bar is only satisfactory if it’s #instaworthy too.

We’ve compiled 9 of the most epic themed bars in Singapore that will fit right into your IG feed.

1. White Label Records & Bar

themed-bars-singapore (3)Source

White Label Records & Bar is a record store in the day and converts into a bar at night. Its walls and shelves are lined with vinyl records from all genres, making it a great gathering venue for music buffs.

themed-bars-singapore (29)Source

Located at Ann Siang Hill, White Label Records & Bar spins indie, rock and disco music all night long. The space also plays host to gigs by guest bands, talks and screenings. 

themed-bars-singapore (11)Source

The menu boasts cocktails, cold brews, mixes, craft beers and bar bites. For a fruity or floral twist to your alcohol, try the Vodka Fresh Fruit Mojito ($18) and Chrysanthemum Martini ($22) respectively.

Address: 28 Ann Siang Road, #01-01, Ann Siang House, Singapore 069708
Opening hours: 11am to 11.59pm (Tuesdays to Thursdays) | 11am to 1am (Fridays and Saturdays) | 12pm to 5pm (Sundays) | Closed on Mondays
Facebook | Instagram 

2. Yin Bar & Lounge

themed-bars-singapore (28)Source

Yin Bar & Lounge has the facade of a traditional Chinese house, with the characteristic upturned eaves on the roof corners, wooden doors and windows. This will be a great place to visit while dressed up as your favourite Yanxi Palace character during Halloween.  

themed-bars-singapore (30)Source

Unlike its traditional exterior, the bar itself is modern and chic. Think: soft velvet seats and gold-painted wall dividers, complete with marble flooring.

With an extensive alcohol menu including spirits, beer, sake, wine, champagne… whatever you’re feeling that night, they’ve got it. 

Address: 3A River Valley Road, #01-02, Clarke Quay, Singapore 179020
Opening hours: 6pm to 2am (Mondays to Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays) | 6pm to 3am (Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays)
Website | Facebook | Instagram

3. Handlebar

themed-bars-singapore (2)Source

Biker junkies, gather your squad. At Handlebar, you will be treated to good food and alcohol, accompanied by live rock and punk music.

themed-bars-singapore (1)Source

Inside, you will find handlebars and bike parts mounted on the walls as decoration. Some of the furniture are made out of actual bike parts too, which adds to the rugged vibe of the space. 

Go for one of its draft beers, a bottle of wine or order the Long Island Iced Tea ($18), a mixture of gin, vodka, rum, tequila, triple sec, lime and Coke.

Address: 10 Lock Road, Singapore 108938
Opening hours: 12pm to 12am (Tuesdays to Thursdays) | 12pm to 1am (Fridays and  Saturdays) | 12pm to 12am (Sundays) | Closed on Mondays
Website | Facebook

4. Nineteen80

themed-bars-singapore (10)

Unleash your inner child at Nineteen80. The bright neon lights, 8-bit-inspired mural on the walls and the arcade machines will make you feel as though you’ve stepped into Timezone. With games like Street Fighter and Space Invaders, this bar promises a unique experience.

themed-bars-singapore (7)

It offers a wide variety of spirits, liqueurs and shooters by the glass and bottle. Donna Summer ($20), a delicious concoction of white rum, orange liqueur, strawberry puree, sumac, fresh lime juice and strawberries, is one of its bestsellers.  

themed-bars-singapore (9)

If you prefer something with a strong citrus punch, Blue Lagoon ($18), a mix of blue curacao, vodka, lime and yuzu juice, will do the trick.

Address: 21 Tanjong Pagar Road, #01-05, Singapore 088444
Opening hours: 5.30pm to 1am (Tuesdays to Thursdays) | 5.30pm to 3am (Wednesdays and Fridays) | 7pm to 4am (Saturdays) | Closed on Mondays and Sundays
Telephone: 9183 6073
Website | Facebook | Instagram

Also read:

10 Aesthetic Bars In Singapore With Awesome Drinks, Legit Food Pairings And Insta-worthy Backdrops

5. Level Up

themed-bars-singapore (4)

Level Up is another retro-themed arcade bar with an aesthetic similar to Nineteen80. This bar, however, also has foosball tables, billiard tables, glow-in-the-dark air hockey tables, claw machines and other arcade games. For every drink ordered, you get a game token. In other words, more friends, more fun!

themed-bars-singapore (6)

Even if you’re not in the mood for games, there are tons of aesthetic AF spots to snap some cool pics for your Tinder profile.

themed-bars-singapore (5)

Besides the games, what makes this bar such a popular hangout spot for millennials are its daily promotions. As part of the Ladies’ Night promotion on Thursdays, ladies get to enjoy 1-for-1 cocktails. On Sundays, all customers enjoy 3 hours of free-flow alcohol and unlimited rounds of games for $48. Furthermore, happy hour lasts all day!

Address: 3A River Valley Road, #02-04, Clarke Quay, Singapore 179020
Opening hours: 5pm to 2am (Mondays to Thursdays) | 5pm to 3am (Fridays and Saturdays) | 2pm to 11pm (Sundays)
Telephone: 6266 2276
Website | Facebook | Instagram

6. Holey Moley

themed-bars-singapore (17)

Marry golf, cocktails and scrumptious food, and you get Holey Moley. This restaurant bar has 18 holes of mini golf that you and your colleagues can enjoy to destress after a long day at work.

themed-bars-singapore (14)

The bar serves pizzas, burgers and other other snacks that are perfect for sharing.

themed-bars-singapore (13)

Its house cocktails are a feast for the eyes too. Fresh as a Birdie ($18, left) is a fruity concoction of Pampero white rum, elderflower liqueur and lime juice, garnished with fresh fruits and rimmed with Nerds. Electric Blue ($21, right) is an over-the-top drink with Don Julio Blanco tequila, Ketel One citron, topped with a candy kebab and rimmed with Nerds as well. 

Address: 3B River Valley Road, Singapore 179024
Opening hours: 12pm to 1am (Mondays to Wednesdays) | 12pm to 2am (Thursdays to Fridays) | 10am to 2am (Saturdays) | 10am to 10pm (Sundays)
Website | Facebook | Instagram

7. Idlewild

themed-bars-singapore (15)Source

Named after the original name of New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport, Idlewild resembles the interior of a vintage aircraft. 

themed-bars-singapore (27)Source

Sip on The French Cook ($26), a mix of gin, sparkling wine and absinthe. The wormwood jelly topping provides a nice herbal touch.

themed-bars-singapore (18)Source

Take a trip to Rome with Journey of Limun ($22). Containing vermouth, prosecco, lemon and strawberry sherbet, this drink packs a fruity punch. 

Address: 80 Middle Road, lobby level, InterContinental Singapore, Singapore 188966
Opening hours: 5pm to 1am (Tuesdays to Thursdays) | 5pm to 2am (Fridays and Saturdays) | 5pm to 1am (Sundays) | Closed on Mondays
Website | Facebook | Instagram

8. The Dragon Chamber


From the minute you open the door to The Dragon Chamber, disguised as a fridge in a kopitiam at Circular Road, you know you’re going to be in for a fun night out. 



The restaurant bar serves a wide array of Chinese food and alcoholic beverages. Whether you are looking for dining or drinking options, you will not be disappointed. The wooden seats, marble tables and wooden counter with a sign that reads “Dragon Hall” enhance the Chinese secret society vibe of the place.


 Fittingly, the cocktail list is jazzed up with ingredients often used in Asian kitchens. Cool down with Crazy For Coconuts ($22),  a refreshing cocktail of coconut cold brew and pandan tincture, and Mojito Twist ($16), a blend of rum, passion fruit juice and five-spice syrup.

Address: 2 Circular Road, Singapore 049358
Opening hours: 12pm to 2.30pm, 5pm to 12am (Mondays to Sundays)
Website | Facebook | Instagram

9. Koma Bar


If you haven’t managed to snap a selfie at Kyoto’s Fushimi Inari Shrine, you can now do so without leaving the country. Koma Singapore’s 20m-long entrance is inspired by the shrine’s famous torii gates.


koma-singapore-bell Source

Inside, you will find an over-the-top, 2.5m Japanese “bell” above a traditional Japanese bridge. 


On top of decadent sashimi and wagyu beef at the restaurant, the bar has an impeccable array of sakes—30, to be exact. It also offers cocktails inspired by Japan, like Koma Canary ($22). This drink is a symphony of flavour profiles. Hendrick’s Gin packs a bitter punch and is contrasted by the sweet notes of the saffron syrup and the sour punch of lemon juice.

Address: 2 Bayfront Avenue, #B1-67, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore 018972
Opening hours: 5pm to 12am (Mondays to Thursdays) | 5pm to 2am (Fridays and Saturdays) | 5pm to 12am (Sundays)
Website | Facebook | Instagram

Themed bars in Singapore

If you’re too jaded for the diu life, then lounging in one of these 9 themed bars with a killer cocktail would be a great alternative. 

Also read:

7 Gay Bars And Clubs In Singapore With Free Admission For Guaranteed Fun TGIFs

Cover image: Source