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From Marina Bay, a walk along Singapore River will take you through the three Quays of the city, each offering a very different atmosphere. Boat Quay features historical sites and a buzzing riverfront vibe. Clarke Quay caters to the party crowd, while Robertson Quay appeals to the leisurely wanderer. Weekends at Robertson Quay and Martin Road also give a peek into the lives of expats in Singapore, as the riverfront teems with joggers, dog walkers, and those getting their caffeine fix over brunch or enjoying a burger and a beer. No matter what you’re up for, the three Quays have something to keep you happy, day or night.
Piers & Boardwalks, Points of Interest & Landmarks
"Good relaxing place but food and drinks tend to be alittle over priced."
reviewed 2 weeks ago by thetravelvirus
Sit by the Singapore River and enjoy glass of wine with your loved ones. There are many restaurants for you to choose from but be aware that some restaurants might overcharge you just because you are a tourist.
Not a customer of UOB but dropped by the visit the UOB Painting of the Year Exhibition. Stunning works on display of various mediums - including leather - stunning work of faces by Somchai Sidamon. Another entitled wastescape depicts space waste - intriguing and masterfully created by Chaichana Luetralun. Plenty of other art works that are equally attractive. Clearly a...
We are regulars at Publico. The pizza is amazing and the free flow Billecart is the best free flow in Singapore!
But the highlight is the truly amazing team who look after us and make our young kids feel so special! Thank you Sara and Amelia for making our weekend family dinners so enjoyable... you’re awesome!
This is the best authentic Italian restaurant in Singapore in my opinion.
Everything from the booking, the food, the service, to the ambience is 5 stars!
They take note of the details too and presented a complimentary birthday dessert at the end of the meal as I had indicated on my online booking.
Good job and thank you Chyna and...
Best restaurant in Singapore, amazing steaks cooked exactly how you want. Good value for money and the sides were great too. The staff were very welcoming and friendly and I would recommend anyone who loves steak to try this place out, when you visit Singapore.
They say that the best services comes from the heart, and I can truly see that from the frontdesk, restaurants, to housekeeping. Everyone was helpful and friendly. It has been a jolly experience. Breakfast and club lounge tea break bites tasted amazing as well!
Stayed at the Grand Copthorne for one week for a meeting. The rooms are nice although slightly dated but a good size. The restaurant was shut down for our meeting solely and given the large quantity of food that was being made to accommodate our meeting it was excellent. I can't comment how it is on a regular day. I...
This hotel was a great find. Clark Quay is across the street with immediate access to the metro system, neat little eateries, and walking distance to so much of Singapore. I highly recommend staying here if you are looking at something centrally located, clean and well accompanied while being at a decent price.
My husband and I held our Solemnisation at The Den @ The Warehouse Hotel on 27 Feb. The food and the service of the hotel staff was simply amazing. I am already craving for their Signature Popiah.
Aside from the food and the service, we stayed in the Riverfront Loft Room. The movement we stepped into the room, we instantly...
Had a 1 night staycation during mid March when my travel plans got cancelled.
The room was well designed, and I loved the seating area next to the window. One thing you might want to note is that you can’t connect to the tv via hdmi. The toilet was nice and the pressure from the shower head was great. The...