Singapore is, if little else, known for its nightlife in the eyes of many foreigners and locals alike. The only problem this creates is an overcrowding on weekends of young adults in busy nightlife areas like Clarke Quay. Maybe it's just the fault of time moving forward, but it seems the crowd is starting to skew younger and younger. For many of us, packed like sardines in a club full of under 20 year-olds is not our idea of a good night out. If you're looking to party in style and exclusivity, this one's for you.
Pictured: A dramatic back-lit bar with elegant wrought iron privacy walls. DOM lounge takes 200 guests at full capacity, and half that if just seating room is taken into consideration.
The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands is now home to a swanky new exclusive lounge. DOM Lounge is modeled after a Czar's palace and is every bit Russian indulgence. It has two levels filled with heritage-rich architectural and design influences in a prime location overlooking the Singapore river.
The bar is bold on the right side of dramatic, the deep red of it back-lit in a way that infuses a touch of modernity with the traditional opulence. High-backed chairs along walls looking like they belong in an old regal house complete the "authentic Czar experience" for guests. Even the materials used in creating the interior of the lounge have been obtained from traditional Russian style interior decoration retailers across the continent.
"Having enjoyed the one-of-a-kind Russian lounge experience during my travels in Europe, I felt compelled to recreate the experience in Singapore, and we felt it only befitting to do so at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands,” says Mr Lee Jia Jun, Director of DOM Lounge. Lee adds that the distinct design and influences will add a new facet to Singapore's nightlife landscape. At DOM Lounge, guests will be treated to the finest Russian-inspired drinks in Singapore.
DOM Lounge, Marina Bay Sands, 2 Bay Front Avenue, #01-88, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, Opening hours: 10pm - 4:30am
Guest list or minimum spending of S$50 is required for entry.