Here’s a roundup of some of the lavish hang-outs frequented by crazy rich Singaporeans.

Manhattan Bar, Regent Hotel

Voted Asia’s Best Bar for two years running, Manhattan Bar at Regent Hotel is frequented by rich expats and executives in Singapore with a thirst for its signature cocktails such as the Negroni and the Manhattan. The Sunday Brunch with unlimited servings of cocktails and Champagne is also extremely popular, with waiting lists that can stretch for weeks.

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The NCO Club, JW Marriott

The recently launched NCO Club is a restored heritage building that houses several posh haunts for the trendy set. Madame Fan serves modern Cantonese cuisine with interesting twists while Fish Pool is a collaborative exercise with Louis Roederer Champagne, featuring bubblies, oysters and a mermaid making occasional spirited splashes.

Chef's Table, Capella Singapore

One of Singapore’s most elegant tea rooms and private dining space, this petite enclave is a favourite haunt of rich people living on Singapore’s millionaire island – Sentosa. The tea selection is one of the best in town, with rare options such as Milky Oolong and Hangzhou Longjing.

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Takayama, OUE Downtown Gallery

One of the latest Japanese fine-dining restaurants to open in 2018, Takayama presents the culinary finesse of chef Taro Takayama, who is assuredly poised for Michelin recognition in next year's Michelin Guide Singapore. Frequented by lovers of Japanese cuisine and high-powered executives, this understated but elegant restaurant is the latest place to see and be seen in.

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