Hosts for the night - Radio 100.3 DJs, Jianwen and Kemin

Hosts for the night – Radio 100.3 DJs, Jianwen and Kemin

Singapore does has a vibrant night life – you just need to know where to find it. 🙂 Together with Radio 100.3 and Radio 91.3, omy.sg organised a series of fun-filled activities to promote the night life in the Bras Basah Bugis Precinct.

You can find out where all the night owls hang out in the precinct as well as exciting upcoming activities on the official website.

The first event occured on 4 Mar (previous Friday), whereby a group of Radio 100.3 listeners and omy.sg bloggers were invited to experience a night ride on a trishaw in the area, followed by some board games at Settler’s Cafe. You can read the bloggers’ account and media reports HERE.

Radio 100.3 DJs, Jianwen and Kemin flagging off the event

Radio 100.3 DJs, Jianwen and Kemin flagging off the event

Bored trishaw uncle waiting for the event to start

Bored trishaw uncle waiting for the event to start

I shared a trishaw with another blogger, Basket. This is the first time I am riding a trishaw in Singapore. I felt kind of guilty as the rider was an elderly gentlemen and my weight is on the heavy side. Nonetheless, the rider was very professional and fit. He peddled us around the entire precinct for almost 45 minutes.

Priority for the elderly

Priority for the elderly

Happy old lady

Happy old lady

Setting off!

Setting off!

Flying trishaw!

Flying trishaw!

This rider is very fun - he will sing, dance and do funny poses

This rider is very fun – he will sing, dance and do funny poses

Peforming stunt for the camera

Peforming stunt for the camera

Passing Bras Basah Complex

Passing Bras Basah Complex

Blogger, Walter Lim and his wife

Blogger, Walter Lim and his wife

Riding pass Sunshine Piaza

Riding pass Sunshine Piaza

My colleagues, Yiming and Uncle Teck who did the news report on the event

My colleagues, Yiming and Uncle Teck who did the news report on the event

Attempting an interview from the trishaw

Attempting an interview from the trishaw

Colourful Little India

Colourful Little India

Still in Little India

Still in Little India

Uncle Teck capturing everyone on tape

Uncle Teck capturing everyone on tape

It feels nice to zip through the streets, faster than on feet, but slower than in a motor vehicle such that the timing is just right for you to slowly enjoy the view and soak in the vibrant night atmosphere.

After the trishaw ride, we went to the Settler’s Cafe located at the nearby SMU campus to play some board games as well as have some light snacks and refreshment.

DJs leading a short walk to the next destination - Settler's Cafe

DJs leading a short walk to the next destination – Settler’s Cafe

Settler's Cafe in SMU

Settler’s Cafe in SMU

Cafe interior - game counter, cashier

Cafe interior – game counter, cashier

Made in Singapore board game, based on the Japanese Invastion in 1942

Made in Singapore board game, based on the Japanese Invasion in 1942

Sitting area

Sitting area

Snacks and refreshment

Snacks and refreshment

Playing some card game

Playing some card game

Board game

Board game

If you are interested to find out more on what’s happening and cool in the Bras Basah Bugis precinct, do check out the official website. 🙂

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