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Staying up is hardly an unfamiliar concept to many of us. Be it at clubs or bars, most of us have hung out during late hours to have fun with our friends. However, what about our alcohol-abstinent friends? CATCH has got you covered. Here’s a list of our top places to go to when you’re out with your non-drinking friends during late nights!

Words & Photos by Aisha



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1. RK Eating House

Serving South Indian and Thai Muslim food, RK has a little something for everyone. Patrons rave about their handmade crispy prata and butter naan paired perfectly with their butter chicken.  They have a whole range of prata flavours for you to try, including their famous ice cream prata, and the tallest tissue prata in Singapore! They also serve a variety of drink towers for you to choose from, such as the well-known Milo ice tower and sugarcane ice tower.

Address: 1 Kensington Park Rd, Singapore 557253

2. Al Ameen Eating Corner

If you live in the North, especially Woodlands, this next eating hotspot is probably no stranger to you. Just a 10-minute walk from Woodlands MRT station, Al-Ameen serves Indian-Muslim, Thai, and seafood dishes that are reasonably priced. If you find yourself in the North craving some supper, Al-Ameen’s wide range of dishes is sure to have something to satisfy you.

Address: 35 Marsiling Industrial Estate Rd 3, #01-11, Singapore 739257

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3. 89.7 Supper Club

Well-known for their speedy service, the 89.7 Supper Club is a hotspot for midnight snackers out there. With Chinese, Indian, Malay, and Western cuisines served under one roof, this place is great for those who want to taste a little bit of everything. Worried about seats? Rest assured. With a sizeable venue, it has more than enough seats, you won’t have to beat the crowd. Did we mention the service? 89.7 Supper Club is well known for its high efficiency and your food will be on your table before you know it.

Address: 1016 Geylang East Ave 3, #01-165, Singapore 389731
5 Changi Village road #01-2035, Singapore 500005


1. Orto

Brimming with facilities, Orto is an established leisure destination with fun activities to do 24/7. The activities include freshwater sport fishing, prawning and futsal. Located in Khatib, Orto is quite easily accessible by bus. 

Address: 81 Lorong Chencharu, Singapore 769198

Picture Courtesy of Orchid Bowl

Picture Courtesy of Orchid Bowl

2. Orchid Bowl

The Orchid Bowl is hardly a normal bowling alley. On Friday nights, the area lights up for ‘Friday Nite Cosmic’, complete with dance music and bright colours. Experience bowling in the darkness, with glow-in-the-dark bowling balls and pins, and even disco lights. If you find yourself looking to bowl on a Friday night, the Orchid Bowl is a must visit. Be sure to get there quick though, the alley is only open till 3am.

Address: Available at Orchid Bowl outlets: Orchid Country Club, Our Tampines Hub, SAFRA Punggol, SAFRA Yishun and The Chevrons


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1. Mustafa Centre

An established 24-hour spot, Mustafa Centre is one of Singapore’s largest department stores. With six floors of aisles packed with products from all over the world, and some of the most reasonable prices around, Mustafa has got you covered. Garments, food, electronics, jewellery, and toys are just some of the things that they sell. You name it, they have it.

Address: 145 Syed Alwi Rd, Singapore 207704


2. Don Don Donki

If you’re one to scour for Japanese products at low prices, this is the place for you. Don Don Donki is a discount supermarket that carries products imported all the way from Japan. With seemingly unending sections and colourful signs, you’ll have a ball exploring with your friends. Located in Orchard Central, the store is easily accessible and has an endless number of Japanese products for you to try.

Address: Orchard Gateway, B1 & B2

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