Less than two hours away, Bali is perfect to get a combination of partying, beach time and massages - not to mention some really good food.
If you're looking for nightlife, stay in Seminyak so you can hit up bars and clubs like Potato Head Folk, Mrs Sippy and Motel Mexicola.
If you're into a more restive and relaxing weekend, then head up to Ubud or Jimbaran where the pace of life is a little more chill.
Definitely a city that never sleeps, Bangkok is the go-to destination for most Singaporeans when they're in need of a little break. And who could blame them?
The city offers up some amazing restaurants (we think the 'pink house' Nam Saam would be perfect for a bachelorette) at very affordable prices.
There's also lots of time for shopping and massages and there's enough to do that if you want to split up for awhile, you can.
Even closer to Singapore, Phuket is an easy and pocket-friendly destination with lots of gorgeous resorts such as Amantaka that's offering up great deals most of the year.
You can bask in luxury for half the price here and still get great access to sun, sea and sand.
Patong is the busiest (and ahem, trashiest) of the beaches, but there's no reason why you can't say further afield and take a taxi in should you want to partake in the festivities.
Krabi is a little more chill and relaxed than Phuket, but what it doesn't have in nightlife, it makes up for in breathtaking scenery and snorkelling - perfect for boat trips and expeditions.
Even if you're not that sporty, you can still luxuriate in the warm sunshine on a longtail boat and admire the Karst formations around you.
Koh Phangan is most famous for its Full Moon parties - if your bride is looking for one last crazy party before her wedding, this might be the party to end all parties.
You can also spend the rest of your weekend (recovering) on one of the island's prettiest beaches or exploring its night markets.
One of Malaysia's oldest beach resort destinations, Langkawi offers some beautiful beaches but it also has lots of other natural wonders to explore.
Kilim Geopark is not to be missed - but make sure you take an eco-sustainable tour that doesn't damage the area when you explore the mangroves.
There's also the Langkawi Sky Bridge that's worth the cable car ride up Mount Machinchang for a few thrills and of course, views.
This archipelago in the Philippines is all about crystal clear waters and white sandy beaches.
While there are some historical museums you can visit in the city, this area is all about the boat trips, sun, sand and sea. Since you only have a weekend, make sure you get as much beach time as possible. You won't regret it.
Myanmar's most bustling city, Yangon takes you back to a time when city life was a little slower. Enjoy the mix of colonial architecture and the local buildings steeped in heritage and traditions, as well as the various markets and pagodas that are easily accessible from the city.
If you don't feel like making plans, just go for a stroll. The city is easy to explore on foot and you never know what you might come across.
Ho Chi Minh is great if you have a group that likes to do a lot of different things. Whether that's exploring museums and historical buildings in the city, or heading out for more intensive explorations like the Cu Chi Tunnels.
Of course, the best of Vietnamese food is in profileration in Ho Chi Minh so make lots of time for street food!