20 best venues for a memorable hen’s party

It is human nature to celebrate important milestones in our lives, and your hen’s night (or bachelorette’s party) is definitely one of them — it’s the last time that you get to sing Beyonce’s hit song without guilt! Marking the end of singlehood and the start of exciting future ahead, there is no doubt that there is pressure to make this day a memorable one for everyone invited, especially the bride-to-be.

Fortunately for you, Singapore is a treasure trove of wonderful spots to throw an incredible hen’s party. From ambient cafes and bars to pampering spas and even a yacht, here are 20 of the best places for a hen’s night you’re going to remember for a long time.

Ambient Cafes

1. Botanico at the Garage

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Adorned with potted plants hanging from its ceilings, this restaurant tucked in lush surroundings of Botanic Gardens provides a serene ambience for meaningful nostalgic conversations for the bride-to-be and bridesmaids. With an offering of contemporary European cuisine with Asian inflexions, guests are also invited to enjoy their outdoor veranda terrace and the view of nature’s lush beauty. Not to mention, it’s a great spot for taking pictures to remember this moment (and for Instagram too!).

With separate menus for brunch or dinner, the dishes and cocktails are crafted to tell stories of the botanical adventure that surrounds your dining experience. The selections are even divided into “chapters” within the menu! To enjoy the full gastronomic experience, the Botanico 4-Course Set Brunch (SGD60++ per pax, minimum 2 pax) is the perfect commemorative indulgence. If you are still unsure whether it would be just as enchanting as it looks in pictures, the website also provides a virtual tour of their setup, so you can be confident in making your reservation.

Address: 50 Cluny Park Road (Level 2), Singapore Botanic Gardens, Singapore 257488 (Google Maps)
Opening Hours: 6pm – 10pm (Tue to Fri), 11am – 3pm and 6pm – 10pm (Sat & Sun). Closed on Mondays & Tuesdays.
More information: WebsiteFacebook, Instagram.

2. Antoinette (Penhas Road)

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A bride-to-be should be treated like a princess before her big day, and what better place to do it than in a French-inspired cafe well-furbished with Victorian-style plush chairs and tables? A quaint boutique, this space may not be a looker based on its shopfront, but we can guarantee that you will be enchanted as soon as you step foot in.

Warmly greeting you at the entrance are an array of artisanal cakes, delicately designed with a feminine touch. Their menu of fruit teas is delightfully fragrant, while their mains include European staples such as the Cripsy Pork Belly Confit (SGD28) and Pan Fried Foie Gras (SGD24). Perfect for a small entourage of hens, we recommend this place for a relaxing session of nostalgic talks. As the place is quite quaint, be sure to make a reservation beforehand.

Address: 30 Penhas Rd, Singapore 208188 (Google Maps)
Opening Hours: 11am – 10pm (Mon to Thu), 11am – 11pm (Fri & Sat), 10am – 10pm (Sun)
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3. Pollen

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Garden parties may seem like a distant fairy tale dream of our youth, but Pollen brings this fantasy to reality. Housed in a lush Mediterranean flower dome within Gardens by the Bay, your friends and bride-to-be would surely feel that you’ve stepped into a magical natural landscape. Famed for their sharing plates, you can expect meaty mains such Josper Grilled 1000 Guineas Beef Striploin (SGD 40) along with lighter plates such as Cheese & Charcuterie tasting board. Be sure to try out their signature cocktails and Italian sodas for a zesty refreshment that cuts through the hearty meal.

This cafe is also a perfect segue for bachelorettes to spend the remaining time exploring what Gardens By the Bay has to offer. With plenty of photo spots and breathtaking views, we are certain that bachelorettes will be able to create lasting memories in every corner that are memorialised in pictures.

Address: 18 Marina Gardens Drove, #01-09, Flower Dome, Singapore 018953 (Google Maps)
Opening Hours: 9am – 9pm daily
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4. Bayswater Kitchen

If the bride-to-be is an ardent seafood lover, then Bayswater Kitchen would be your best pick. Focusing on seasonal and fresh ingredients, the cafe promises an approachable seafood menu by the sea.

Patrons can look forward to whole fish, Seafood Risotto, Fisherman’s Feasts, oysters, daily specials, and more. They even have a Brunch Set Menu (SGD68) that delivers a full-course meal, complete with oyster snacks, feasting platters and free flow avo toast. All these delectable seafood items can be enjoyed with a view of the waterfront and Nautical-inspired furnishings that pleases the eye with its blue-wood accents.

Located in Keppel Island, Bayswater Kitchen’s distinctive location right by the water’s edge provides an unparalleled ambience that teleports you and your friends from the busy bustle of city life to a relaxing seaside dining experience.

Address: 2 Keppel Bay Vista, Singapore 098382 (Google Maps)
Opening Hours: 11.30am – 2.30pm and 6pm – 10.30pm (Tue to Fri), 6pm – 10.30pm (Sat), 11am – 3pm and 6pm – 11pm (Sun). Closed on Mondays.
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5. Privé (CHIJMES)

No stranger to the cafe scene in Singapore, this franchise has the most gorgeous outlets peppered across Singapore. From Clarke Quay to Paragon, and even a space at the Asian Civilisation Museum, we recommend the CHIJMES outlet for a respite from the hustle and bustle of the city.

Presented to guests in a lush garden setting, the casual atmosphere and unassuming alfresco design makes you almost feel like you are stepping into someone’s backyard. A welcoming ambience that puts all into the mood for some socialising over good food and drinks, the old-world charm of the courtyard would soothe any pre-marriage jitters that the bride-to-be may have.

Their menu is a Western-Asian fusion with crowd-pleasers such as Singapore Chili Crab Spaghetti (SGD26) and Naughty Sweet & Sticky BBQ Pork Ribs (SGD55 for full rack) with sambal chilli dipping sauce. Complementing the relaxing oasis is a happy hour from 5pm to 8pm, where guests are treated to 50% off house pours.

Address: 30 Victoria St, #01-33, Singapore 187996 (Google Maps)
Opening Hours: 11.30am – 12am (Mon to Thu), 11.30am – 1am (Fri), 10am – 1am (Sat), and 10am – 12am (Sun)
More information: WebsiteFacebook, Instagram.

Indulgent Bars

6. Lantern Rooftop Bar

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There is nothing that screams “special occasion” better than a celebration in a rooftop bar, where the city’s skyline acts as a companion to carefully crafted cocktails.

The Lantern Rooftop Bar in Fullerton Bay Hotel is especially attractive as its view encompasses a panoramic view of Marina Bay Sands. Framed by an infinity lap pool and green landscaping, the house beats create a chill atmosphere to enjoy their offerings of gourmet snacks, fine champagnes, wines and signature cocktails.

A night of drinks has always been a staple for bachelorette parties, and such a venue makes it extra memorable due to the spectacular skylines even after a few drinks have been downed. Not to mention, its prime location in the heart of the city means that the clubs are just a quick taxi ride away!

Address: 80 Collyer Quay, Singapore 049326 (Google Maps)
Opening Hours: 8am – 1am (Sun to Thu), 8am – 2am (Fri & Sat)
More information: WebsiteFacebook, Instagram.

7. BAR Stories

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If the bride-to-be is a cocktail enthusiast then this bar located in the vibrant Haji Lane is where you should make your reservation. Serving up bespoke cocktails in a quaint cosy space, the bartenders go beyond making a mean drink but pay close attention to its presentation as well. Expect to be served cocktails that are not only a delight on the tastebuds, but are pleasant to the eyes. The intimate space of the bar allows for friendly conversations with the bartenders, who are more than willing to share their expertise on drinks with you. However, the small space means that it is important to get your reservation ahead of time!

After a buzz gets going, the night can continue on with an exploration of the surrounding Haji Lane nightlife, where live music and peculiar events are rampant and better enjoyed with some alcohol in the system.

Address: 55-57A Haji Lane, Singapore 189248 (Google Maps)
Opening Hours: 5pm – 1am (Sun to Thu), 5pm – 2am (Fri & Sat)
More information: WebsiteFacebook, Instagram.

8. ATLAS Bar

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Imagine high ceilings, European interior, shelves of shining bottles that extend from floor to ceiling and personal sitting booths — basically something you would see in The Great Gatsby, but in real life. Gorgeously indulgent in its design, this bar is the perfect treat for your entourage of ladies that want to enjoy a night of luxurious experiences.

Beverage highlights include elegant European cocktails and one of Asia’s finest collections of gin, spirits and champagnes sourced from around the world. If the alcohol makes you peckish throughout the night – not to fret – their menu is filled with delicious dishes inspired by the glamour of the Golden Age and the romance of the era. This includes Mini Lobster Roll (SGD26) and Steak Tartare with Bone Marrow Butter (SGD22). Rarely do places look better than pictures can portray, but ATLAS is one such rare occurrence.

Address: 600 North Bridge Road, Parkview Square, Singapore 188778 (Google Maps)
Opening Hours: 10am – 1am (Mon to Thu), 10am – 2am (Fri), 12pm – 2am (Sat). Closed on Sundays.
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9. The Black Swan

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A stunning art deco grand bistro and bar inspired by a beautifully restored 1930s building, The Black Swan is a sumptuous invitation to the finer aspects of life. Start off the night with a dinner menu that pays homage to New York’s steakhouse trope, offering variations of chophouse classics paired with an inspired wine list. Some special items include Venus Clams (SGD26), Roasted Hokkaido Pork Loin (SGD38) and Mishima Reserve Wagyu (SGD60).

After that, dive into the powder room to indulge in their comprehensive wine list, including dessert and fortified glasses such as Niepoort, late bottled vintage 2013, WA92 (SGD17 per glass). If wine is not your preferred glass, they also have a selection of single malt whiskeys, beers and even mocktails for the teetotalers. The bride-to-be her bridesmaids can look forward to whiling the night away in the splendour of vintage.

Address: 19 Cecil Street, Singapore 049704 (Google Maps)
Opening Hours: 11.30am – 11pm (Mon & Tue), 11.30am – 11.30pm (Wed to Fri), 5.30pm – 11pm (Sat). Closed on Sundays.
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10. Sum Yi Tai

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If the bachelorettes are fans of Hong Kong dramas, then Sum Yi Tai will definitely not disappoint. A shophouse, the private sanctuary in the midst of the CBD district boasts oriental design reminiscent of glamorous Hong Kong in the 80’s.  Expect to find classic Cantonese dishes and dimsum while clinking drinks to the beat of Canto-pop tunes in the three conceptual spaces spanning over three storeys.

The Tapas Bar located on the ground floor is a crimson-lit space embellished with painted dragons, where patrons can enjoy tapas-style dimsum and drinks. The Mona Lounge is a back-room cocktail bar and lounge that is accessed via a lock code that can be requested. The intimate bar serves up oriental nostalgia with cocktails inspired by familiar Asian flavours and Cantonese finger food against a backdrop of classic Chinese tunes.

Suitably fitting to the Hong Kong concept, there are even private karaoke rooms fit for 10-15 pax. Right at the top of the shophouse is the Rooftop Bar, where drinks seem to taste better with the breath of fresh air. More than just a bar, the unique experience of this shophouse is certain to be a night of great fun and memories with your fellow girlfriends.

Address: 25 Boon Tat Street, Singapore 069622 (Google Maps)
Opening Hours: 11.30am – 2pm and 5pm – 1am (Mon to Fri), 7pm – 1am (Sat). Closed on Sundays.
More information: WebsiteFacebook, Instagram.

Pampering Spas

11. Estheva Spa

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Known to draw in a crowd that loves luxury, Estheva prides itself as the first in Singapore to provide a Spa Party experience in Singapore. Nestled in the five-star luxury hotel at the Marina Mandarin Singapore, the spa is inspired by natural thermal spas in Italy and provides a private area for spa party with exclusive but customisable spa treatments. Along with a personal consultation, guests can also enjoy a personalised “butler” service with spa therapists in attendance.

Among the various packages they offer, the Choc-Honey Spa Party (SGD408/pax) stands out for its unique treatments. Combining chocolate and honey, the two “super spa” ingredients provide a therapeutic concoction for mind and body wellness. Specifically, the package offers special treatments such as a Chocolatier’s or Honeyed Massage, Choc fondue wrap and UltraMoisture Rub for Body. Your group of friends would definitely leave this spa feeling more refreshed and pampered than ever, which is perfect before the jitters of the big day.

Address: 6 Raffles Boulevard, #05-00, Marina Mandarin Singapore, Marina Square, Singapore 039594 (Google Maps)
Opening Hours: 10am – 10pm daily
More information: WebsiteFacebook, Instagram.

12. Yunomori Spa

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One cannot talk about relaxation without thinking of Japanese hot springs and massages, and that’s exactly what Yunomori brings to the Singaporean table. This onsen offers the hospitality that the Japanese are famously known for with soothing baths, treatments, as well as sleeping rooms for guests to relax after. But that’s not all — this 16,000 square feet space has 11 pools and six baths, along with saunas, steam and shower rooms. It even has a cafe! In other words, this is an all encapsulating spa house that promises a pampering relaxation. If you can’t whisk the bride away to Japan for a few hours, why not bring Japan to her?

Address: 1 Stadium Place, #02-17/18, Kallang Wave Mall, Singapore 397628 (Google Maps)
Opening Hours: 10am – 2am daily
More information: WebsiteFacebook, Instagram.

13. Manicurious

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If manicure sessions are your favourite day outs with the clique, then Manicurious’ party package ‘6xy And You Know It’ (minimum spend of SGD720) would be a splendid joy for your hen’s party.

Aside from the usual nail and cuticle care, the package also includes quirky nail art. All you and your friends have to do is select the services that you would want for that day — manicures, scrubs, nail art and more. Not to mention, as you sit back in their plush vintage chairs, they also provide free-flow non-alcoholic drinks and a complimentary bottle of house wine.

There is nothing better than being pampered while chatting with the people closest to you, and you can even have pretty nails done just in time for the wedding!

Address: 41 Beach Road, Singapore 189680 (Google Maps)
Opening Hours: 11am – 9pm (Mon to Sat), 11am – 8pm (Sun)
More information: WebsiteFacebook, Instagram.

14. AWAY Spa

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Located within W Singapore, the futuristic look of the decor makes it unique and different from the usual spas. With treatment rooms awash with blue light and Aqua showers that power different light and water settings, the spa provides an oasis of relaxation. Housing decompression a slew of facilities such as a steam room, whirlpool, vitality pool, herbal bath and experiential showers, AWAY would certainly have a treatment available for everyone.

Their signature massage is the award-winning Detox treatment (SGD265) that can either flush out toxins after long days out or help you refuel for the upcoming days to come. The latter is especially significant for brides-to-be and bridesmaids who will be weathering tiring days during the wedding itself. You can even add on one of their famed facial treatments to ensure a supple glow during the big day!

Address: 21 Ocean Way, Singapore 098374 (Google Maps)
Opening Hours: 10am – 10pm daily
More information: Website

15. Aramsa Spa

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Immersed within the lush greens of Bishan Park, Aramsa Spa has 17 uniquely designed to provide a contemporary space for well-planned treatments. Best of all, they have a specialised Weekday Hen’s Special (SGD488 for 4pax) that promises to spoil you from head to toe.

A 90-minute session, hens can expect a massage or an Elemis facial along with a 30-minute rejuvenating scrub and a wonderful discounted meal to end off the party. Despite the affordable price, Aramsa Spa’s treatments are famed for its luxurious services that do not break the bank. This is great considering the amount already spent on the upcoming wedding!

Address: 1384 Ang Mo Kio Ave 1, Bishan Park, Singapore 569932 (Google Maps)
Opening Hours: 10am – 10pm (Mon to Thu), 10am – 10.30pm (Fri to Sun)
More information: WebsiteFacebook, Instagram.

Unconventional Fun

16. Slap Dance Studio

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For hens that love to work out, or simply want to tone up for the big day, Slap Dance Studio’s private party package is a great option. As Singapore’s premier lap and pole dance studio, their array of workouts are designed to blend the athleticism of pole dancing with the grace of dance-based movement. Depending on the size of your posse, private workshops range from SGD300 to SGD400 with an SGD100 voucher off eight-week Intro to Pole or Striptease course for the bride-to-be.

To make permanent this iconic day, there is an option to hire an on-site professional photographer (SGD250) to capture the fabulous moments! A fun cardiovascular workout, this is a wonderfully challenging alternative to the typical Hen’s Party healthy for cliques that would prefer to not be hungover.

Address: 144 Robinson Road, #17-02, Singapore 068908 (Google Maps)
Opening Hours: 12.15pm – 2.15pm and 6.30pm – 9.30pm (Mon to Fri), 9am – 2pm (Sat & Sun)
More information: WebsiteFacebook, Instagram.

17. Yacht Charter

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Who said a Bachelorette Party had to be on land? Go to the expansive sea to celebrate the last days of singlehood freedom by renting a yacht for a day. A grander and more exciting version of a staycation, you can throw themed parties or relish the sun in bikinis with champagne. There are a few rental options in Singapore, but we find that the Yacht Center has the most variations of ships that can bring you and your entourage out to sea. Minimally, the smallest charter can carry up to 18 pax and the largest up to 55 pax for those with many friends to invite.

Address: ONE•15 Marina Club, 11 Cove Drive, Sentosa Cove, Singapore 098497 (Google Maps)
Opening Hours: 9am – 10pm daily
More information: WebsiteFacebook.

18. Singapore Pub Crawl

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If partying is what your group of friends love to do, then why not hop onto a pub crawl to get some buzz in first? Not only do you get to sample a slew of signature cocktails from a myriad of bars, you might also score some new friends to join you in the clubs. Singapore Pub Crawl even provides free access with a nightclub if you were to sign up! For the adventurous, you can purchase their one-week night pass where you can redeem one free drink from 40-50 night venues — why restrict your fun to only a day?

Address: Meet at the Fat Pigeon Statue beside UOB Plaza (80 Raffles Place, Singapore 048624) (Google Maps)
Opening Hours: They meet every Wed, Thu, Fri, and Sat at 7.30pm and leave for their first venue at 8pm.
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19. Wicked Favours

American pop culture has popularised the idea that a hen party should always come with a male stripper. While strip clubs are easily found in the States, only one local company, Wicked Favours, provides such a risque entertainment. Wicked Favours promises to bring out the wild side of every party, which is perfect for party animals that want to celebrate an impressionable night out. Make it even more fun by keeping it a secret from the bride-to-be, and get your phones ready for the epic moment. But don’t worry if strippers aren’t up your alley — they also offer wholesome services such as manicure and spa parties.

More information: WebsiteFacebook, Instagram.

20. Cooklyn Inc

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Unleash your cooking prowess inner with cooking classes at Cooklyn Inc. A cooking school that believes that a shared culinary experience can strengthen bonds, they provide Bridal Showers that allows brides-to-be and friends to spend a fun time cooking a meal together. After which, your entourage would be invited to taste the meal you cooked at a specially decorated dining table to conclude your hen’s party. Tame, good fun can never go wrong, especially when it equips you with skills helpful in married life!

Address: 31 Ah Hood Road, #01-04, Singapore 329979 (Google Maps)
Opening Hours: 8am – 10pm (Mon to Fri)
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