The Singapore River is a lovely focal point for the city. It has some lovely quays like Clarke and in particular Boat Quay that have great energy, nightlife and make for lovely places to eat by day. Much of the river is flanked by a...More
The Singapore River, 15 minutes walk from source to mouth, flows into the Marina Bay which is now a lake. River cruises starts from the Clark Quay side, going out river and into the Bay and return back to Clark Quay... More
The Singapore River, 15 minutes walk from source to mouth, flows into the Marina Bay which is now a lake. River cruises starts from the Clark Quay side, going out river and into the Bay and return back to Clark Quay. Another cruise starts at the front of Marina Sands, going around the bay and into the river and back. I suggest you take the one at Marina Bay if you want to have dinner at Marina Sands where there are Chinese, Indian, and Japanese food. The light show starts at 8 pm and last 19 minutes. There is another show at 9 pm. It is free. The venue is just outside the main entrance to Marina Sands (Hotel, Shopping Mall, and Casino.) 2 minutes walk from the River Cruise jetty. You can walk to the opposite side (of the bay) where the Merlion can be found. You can walk all round the Bay if you have the time. For good Indian food you have to visit Little India and for many varieties of Chinese food Chinatown is the place. Orchard Road should have many good Japanese food. Try Takashimaya a very prominent shopping complex in Orchard Road the major road for shopping in Singapore. Sorry for the delay. If you come to Singapore you may contact me to take you around the Garden By The Bay, Chinatown, Little India, Orchard Road, Marina Bay, and Bukit Timah Reserve where good hiking is free. No I am not involve in Tourism but I am a retiree and I am free (means free time and also no charges). Call me at 94553677 when you come.