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Where to Drink this Election Day

Expats may not be able to vote but they can join in the fun! Our friends at The Straits Times clued us into some bars getting into the political spirit — with spirits! The following bars and restaurants will be hosting “election themed” parties this week – (the only requirement you must meet: be sure to bring enough money!)



Where: f.Club Singapore, 01-08, 3B River Valley Road

When: Thursday, 10pm to 5am

Admission: $30 (including two drinks). Free entry for Singaporeans before 11pm

At the f.Club Singapore nightclub at Clarke Quay, partygoers are invited to dress up on Thursday in blue, orange, red, white or yellow – colours commonly associated with political parties. The club will reward those it thinks are “well-dressed” with a bottle of vodka worth $298.

The club’s marketing and events manager, Ms Melanie Romilien, 30, says: “We pride ourselves on being relevant to our local customers. We’ve decided to go with a playful twist on the election theme.”



Where: Fresh, The Sultan Hotel, 101 Jalan Sultan

When: Tomorrow till Thursday, 7pm till late

Admission: Free

“From tomorrow to Thursday, it will serve five new cocktails – Peach Apple Pleaser (PAP), Wild Berries Palmier (WP), Sparkling People’s Punch (SPP), Super Duper Potent (SDP) and Nonya Sling Pop (NSP) – and let customers vote for their favourite through a ballot box at the bar.

The most popular drink will be added to the bar’s menu.”



Where: Humpback, 20 Bukit Pasoh Road

When: Next Friday, 5pm to midnight

Admission: Free

“Humpback, a seafood restaurant at Bukit Pasoh Road, will hold an “oyster polling day” next Friday, where diners can vote for their favourite oyster offerings using ballot sheets.

Says the restaurant’s co-owner, Mr Indra Kantono, 32: “This will be our first election-themed event and we just want to inject more fun to our customers’ dining experience.”


Read the full article on the emergence of election themed events and having fun with the elections!


By Benson Ang, The Straits Times, September 4, 2015


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