What is the must-see, must-do at Clarke Quay?
There is a wide variety to select from for an experience - Indian Resteraunt RAS offers delicious indian food, Hooters - women don't rollerblade - and yet its packed, crazy elephant, fbar, Noir, shiraz- with its grandeur and belly dancer, there is plenty on offer and is definately a must visit.
Its a place you can take your family to, nothing to be embarassed by at all.
Take a cruise down the Quay. Its very recommended.
Its expensive but on a special night its definately worth every buck.
theres also extreme entertainment and adventure in the form of the "Reverse Bunjee" and "Extreme Swing" which is again a must do for the adrenalin seekers, they even offer to take a video of your experience for a good package deal!
Its simply fantastic - get to it and enjoy :)
Its obvously a destination to visit by night!
The Singapore River. It was on its banks that the foundations for modern Singapore were laid more than 150 years ago. Beginning life as a humble bustling fishing village, it soon developed into a busy seaport as trade increased between the East and West.
It wasn't long before industrious stevedores and hardworking Samsui women filled the streets and enterprising hawkers packed the alleyways with their fares. Fishermen, traders and workers from across Asia and Europe soon flooded in - adding diversity, colour, and life into the thriving and vibrant community.
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Lying near the mouth of the Singapore River, the site of Clarke Quay was the centre of commerce during the late 19th century. Today, Clarke Quay is still buzzing with life and activity. The waterfront godowns now play host to a colourful kaleidoscope of restaurants, wine bars, entertainment spots and retail shops. The bustling market atmosphere of bygone days comes alive amidst the ro ...more
Plenty of restaurants of different types, Spanish, Italian, Asian, Mexican..... large variety. And a good one for the boys too.... HOOTERS!!!! Yep, the American franchise has branched out into Singapore too!! We ate at Hooters, it's just seemed to be a fun place to eat. The food was excellent!!!! And they curly fries was sensational (and the dipping sauce too)!!!
This whole area is situated along the Singapore River, so a lot of the restaurants are outdoors with river views!! But you can also opt to sit indoors in the air-con, although the heat is bearable in the evenings!
There are plenty of bars around for drinks too!!
A good hotel to stay around here (well there are a few), but I suggest Novotel Clarke Quay, a very moderate price, and within an easy 30 second walk to the restaurants!!!
Clarke Quay is a great night spot to go and have dinner!!!! And within w ...more