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From dining in the dark to glamping in the city, check out these six activities for your next night out with friends, no matter what your budget!

From dining in the dark to glamping in the city, check out these six activities for your next night out with friends, no matter what your budget!

Unique activities in Singapore to check out with your friends

Tired of going for dinner or a movie whenever you hang out with your friends? Here are six unique activities you could sign up for on your next night out with friends – and they cater to a range of budgets too.

S$50-S$100 per person

Experience the great outdoors

In Singapore, you can enjoy ‘’roughing it out’ in the great outdoors without compromising on too many material comforts by going glamping at East Coast Park. Glamping City offers luxury tents withbeds, pillows and quilts, USB charging ports, a chiller box and even a standing fan. The tents can fit between two and six people, with prices starting from S$170 per night (S$85 per person) for a two-person tent. Additional features like themed tent decor or outdoor picnics can be arranged at an additional charge .

Enjoy a meal, with a twist

The next time you dine out, how about trying something novel like having a meal while blindfolded? Suspending one sense when dining in Nox – Dine in the Dark (S$88 for three courses) could allow you to discover subtleties in the taste, smell and textures of your food that you’ve never noticed before. There will be plenty to talk about during and after the meal.

S$100-S$150 per person

Hold a private “concert”

You don’t have to travel to Japan or Korea to enjoy a VIP karaoke experience. Book a private KTV suite at an establishment like Ziggys, which comes with Korean-style props and costumes, a minibar and  plush throws in case it gets cold. Some rooms even come with a mini stage so you can hold your very own “concert”. Prices start at S$80 an hour for a room  – plan for at least a few hours of singing time – which means you’ll have some dollars left over to spend on drinks and snacks as you party .

Be a thespian for a night

Instead of sitting and watching a play or movie, why not be a part of a theatrical experience? Immersive theatre shows, like those at Andsoforth require the audience to interact with the cast, which could encourage even the more reserved individuals among your friends to break out of their shells. The productions also serve course dinners that are weaved into the story and setting as an integral element of the experience. Tickets cost $108 each, including dinner.

S$150-S$200 per person

Pamper yourself

One of the few late-night spas in Singapore, G.Spa is a luxury option where you and your friends can indulge in some post-work pampering. Inspired by 24-hour spas in Korea and China, this mega spa has plenty of communal facilities – both unisex and same sex – including sauna and steam rooms, indoor pools and a lounge to relax in pre- and post-treatment. A 60-minute massage starts at S$155.

Watch the sun set while out at sea

Did you know that you can charter a luxury yacht that takes you out to sea to enjoy a panoramic view of the sunset? Depending on the yacht you choose, entertainment options can range from kayaking and fishing to docking at a nearby island for a private BBQ. Yacht charter rates vary but expect to pay about S$150 to S$200 per person for this indulgence.

Don’t forget to make your money go the extra mile by paying for these activities with your Standard Chartered’s Unlimited Cashback Credit Card, which offers 1.5% cashback on your eligible retail transactions. Unlike many other credit cards, there is no minimum spend required to start earning the cashback and no cap on the cashback earned either.

This article is brought to you by Standard Chartered Bank (Singapore) Limited. All information provided is for informational purposes only.

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