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This is a good place to visit late in the evenings. Many restaurants line this place, though most looked pricey.
A 45 minute boat tour of Singapore is a must do. It covers most areas of Singapore and you have a great view of the...More
Anyone who visits Singapore should see the city at night, especially Clarke Quay. It is very expensive for a drink or meal so I suggest expore Chinatown first and have a meal there (I had a beautiuful pepper steak stir fry and large beer for...More
Went here for a night out, but the price of alcohol was ridiculous, even by European standards! It's nothing to do with local taxes as beer can be purchased for much cheaper in other areas of the city. SG$20 for a bottle is a joke.
Very nice area of restaurants in covered pedestrian mall. Almost every type of food is represented and there are some reasonably priced options. Dead during the day but comes alive at night and much nicer than Boat Quay.
Clarke Quay is named in honour of Sir Andrew Clarke, Singapore's second Governor. Located near the mouth of the Singapore River, this place was apparently at the heart of commercial activity during the late 19th century - this is also where Singapore set out on...More
Clarke Quay has many nice spots for eating and drinking, several of which are along the riverside. It is also a very safe area, unlike many other eating and drinking spots around the world. Easily accessible via the MRT (Clarke Quay station). The downside is...More
This riverside area of Singapore is the perfect way to unwind on a busy holiday trip. Its the perfect place to sit and admire the surroundings, or to take a quiet stroll by the riverside. And if you suddenly have the urge to go partying...More