Circuit breaker anniversary: The new nightlife normal

Capital Kitchen at Zouk Singapore continues to thrive, serving up food in a nightclub setting.
Capital Kitchen at Zouk Singapore continues to thrive, serving up food in a nightclub setting.PHOTO: ZOUK

SINGAPORE - A night out in Singapore now looks very different from 13 months ago. Then, you could stay out at restaurants and bars till or past midnight, hit the dance floor at a club filled with hundreds of other swaying bodies or sing at the top of your lungs at your favourite karaoke joint.

Clubs have now been transformed into spin cycling studios or pop-up restaurants; bars take last orders as early as 9.30pm; and a hovering waiter watches as you down your drink by 10.30pm, before the dreaded red-shirted safe distancing ambassador arrives.

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