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Cruising since 1987. For more than a decade and a half, bumboats have been plying the Singapore River. The story of Singapore River Cruise begins in 1987. The "Clean Rivers Campaign" of 1983 saw the relocation of bumboats to Pasir Panjang. The...more
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
3 River Valley Road Clarke Quay | BayFront South, Singapore 179019, Singapore
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We had been looking forward to our Singapore River Cruise, since our previous visit to Singapore, so headed to the Singapore River Cruises ticket booth, along. The restaurant strip of Clarke Quay.
Their brochure mentions frequent cruises, but we waited, waited and waited. 3 of...More
We had this experience as part of a tour that we booked on viator.com which included a Chinatown dinner and a trishaw ride to Clark Quay to get on the bumboat. The scenery at night is spectacular with a laser show from Marina Bay Hotel....More
Worth it if you have time and cash to spare. Views from a different perspective were enjoyable. Taped commentary was funny in parts. Convenient locations all down the river to board. Wait time was ~15min. Crew could care less.
A relaxing trip down Singapore River and round Marina Bay. The view is spectacular when you are on the boat at dusk where the radiant blue sky is caught in the background of the beautifully lited Singapore Skyline. Was there when there was a special...More
Found the website confusing as it doesn’t really tell you where to go to get this cruise but we went to Clarke Quay and then found the ticket office quite easily Boats are every 20 mins or so
Quite pricey at 25SGD for adults and...More
Ticket booths are along the river from clarke quay the main home for the ferrys all the way until the river opens up near marina bay sands, I would say the best place to catch the ferry is at the start so you can enjoy the... More
Ticket booths are along the river from clarke quay the main home for the ferrys all the way until the river opens up near marina bay sands, I would say the best place to catch the ferry is at the start so you can enjoy the complete round trip if you start at clarke quay you cannot miss it along the river bank there are many boats located there are trips run very regular throughout the day and evening the ticket booth is located just near the boarding point so you cannot miss it.