In Pictures: The NCO Club Is Singapore’s Fanciest Multi-Concept Lifestyle Destination

The heritage building houses four eclectic concepts to last you through the day

Photos: Weekender/The NCO CLub

In the days of yore, it was typical on weekends to catch sight of off-duty soldiers filing into the NAAFI Britannia Club for a bit of R&R: Beer-imbibing, playing billiards, lolling around poolside, shimmying on the dancefloor and indulging in more clubhouse's comforts. The heritage building was built in 1952 and had become a treasured architectural relic, serving as one of the fondest memories that was forged in Singapore.

Several decades later, the beloved Britannia Club has finally metamorphosed into The NCO Club, a multi-concept destination that upholds the age-old purpose of being a social enclave for whoever that drops by. Exuding a colonial charm from its exterior, the building is strikingly grandiose inside with posh carpet floors, gleaming hardware fixtures, and commanding chandeliers hanging off from ceilings; even the waitstaff are clad in expensive-looking uniforms.

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The diving pool next to Fish Pool

More to come

Located on the ground floor, Cool Cats is the fourth concept that is currently under renovation and is slated to open in June 2018. The last instalment of The NCO Club is a live music venue and speakeasy concept, where imbibers can get their fill on not only refreshing cocktails, but also tunes from both local and international musicians. Only then will The NCO Club be complete.

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