Alok Bhartia recently visited Singapore. Before he had a jovial time in the Ganesh pandals, he saw one of the best night festivals East Asia has to offer. The Singapore Night Festival is a perfect combination of food, music, fun events, and mesmerizing views. Alok Bhartia says, “It’s something you shouldn’t miss if you’re in Singapore in August. The Singapore Night Festival is a beautiful collage of colors, music and savory food”. According to the jolly-hearted travel blogger, there are five things visitors shouldn’t miss.
Headbang to Singaporean Punk!
The Singapore Night Festival also gives a platform to the local metal and punk scene. You will find bands jamming their guts out to heavy rock and metal songs. Alok Bhartia was surprised to have heard one of his favorite Death Metal songs that is rarely played in the public, Hammer Smashed Face (Just imagine the name of the band who wrote this song).
Feast your eyes
On the pole
Pole dancing was largely considered a not-so-dignified profession since it was limited to the erotic dancers of strip clubs. Nowadays, it is a form of art that values acrobatic maneuvers and presentation. This year, the festival featured Bobbi’s Pole Studio.
Acrobats, jugglers and circus performers come from all over the world to perform at the Singapore Night Festival. This year, Cambodia stole the limelight from other performers with 13 young circus performers that rocked the stage.
The Singapore Night Festival has a little bit of something for WWE lovers. You can witness the slams of freestyle wrestling and MMA matches out in the streets. The ring is set at SMSU Campus Green. Alok Bhartia has a great time sitting close to the ring where he could make out the kayfabe.
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