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Walked down this a couple of times and I hate restaurants who flash menus and offer happy hour drinks to get you in. Didnt seem overly busy when we were there. Not somewhere i would make a point of going for dinner
Boat Quay is located between North Bridge Road and Anderson Bridge. You can have leisurely stroll along the river or admire the view which include Marina Bay Sands and Singapore’s central business with high-rise buildings. You can find numerous bars and clubs in this area....More
Back in the 1860's this was the major port area of Singapore but over the years has been developed into a very pleasant walking mall that goes from the old Shophouses near UOB to the Elgin Bridge. Good views and an open area with views...More
The Singapore way of doing things has also filtered into Boat Quay. It was always nice to visit, a pleasant walk and a magic spot in the evening, when the sun had set and you could have a fairy tale meal at the river side...More
A popular and historical Quay in Singapore, situated along Singapore river, sandwiched between Clarke Quay and Marina Bay. Numerous restaurants , drink bars bars are aligned along the waterside at Boat Quay. These bars and restaurants are mostly old shop houses which have been conserved....More
What a great place in the evening.its so busy I think people come straight from work for a meal or drink with friends .we walked right along to the end and got a table overlooking the river.We were at the Victorian London pub and the...More
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Well, you got all the answers in the tourist books already, but if you want to see the real Singapore you have to get away from tourist locations - but that of course depedns what kind of traveler you are. The key event in... More
Well, you got all the answers in the tourist books already, but if you want to see the real Singapore you have to get away from tourist locations - but that of course depedns what kind of traveler you are. The key event in Singapore is on Feb 3rd, the Tamil Hindu festival of Thaipusam which is spectacular to watch ... Regarding food, try eating like the locals - the Boat Quay and so on are all expensive and for tourists, and to be honest, not that great. Maybe try hawker centers around Geylang or any other area you find yourself in. A favorite out of town in the West is the Big Eater Seafood Restaurant, Blk 964 Jurong West Street 91 - closest MRT is Pioneer, or go by taxi. Have fun ....