Wonder where to have a drink in Singapore? Go to Singapore popular night spot at Clarke Quay. Over here you could chill out with friends in the pubs and dance the night away. Clarke Quay is well-known for its stunning waterfront pubs, bars, restaurants and many more.
If you have friends coming from overseas, this is a great place to show them.
- Have your dinner at one of the restaurants at the waterfront
- Go for a boat tour along Singapore River – half an hour
- G-Max Reverse Bungy
- Clubbing and dance like nobody care.
Hopping on the river cruise is the best way to see Singapore, check out all the modern building, statue, monument and museum that Singapore has inherited from the British colonization. You can get the river boat tour start here at Clarke Quay. The best timing to take the river cruise is in the evening or night time as the weather is cooler and also you get to see the stunning neon lights flashing around.
- Adult : SGD $25.00
- Child : SGD $15.00
Click here to purchase tickets for Singapore River Cruise!
VLV – Heritage Teochew Mansion
This mansion located in Boat Quay used to owned by a wealthy Chinese Teochew and later became a warehouse. Now the two-storey heritage building has become a Chinese restaurant and the fresco courtyard is a bar and riverfront dining area. This is restaurant really stand out from the rest in the Clarke Quay as it is a heritage building, the interior design of this mansion is also superb with the exotic layout.
Quayside Chili Crab
There are so many restaurants in Clarke Quay that are selling chili crab or pepper crab and in case you want a waterfront view, Quayside Seafood Restaurant is the best choice as it’s just located right next to the harbor. The bumboats at work sure create an enjoyable view for your dining.
Jumbo Seafood Restaurant at Clarke Quay
Jumbo restaurant offer another dining place for crab eater. This place is famous among tourists.
Shopping area cum clubbing districts
Clarke Quay is not a big area, there are several shopping areas and you can walk along the river easily.
Alfresco pub can be seen everywhere.
You can see people who visit here are mostly tourists but Clarke Quay do offer an international cuisine in this area. You can basically order any food you feel like. Sometimes it is nice to feel like a tourist and stroll along this tourist districts.
G-Max Reverse Bungy
This giant bungy structure is illuminated at night. Prepared to be strapped into this padded chairs inside a metal cage capsule and propelled skyward to a height of 60 m reaching speed of up to 200km/h. Then being pulled back down by gravity, you would sure have a pump of adrenalin.
Ticket for G-Max Reverse Bungy
- Adult : SGD $45
- Student: SGD $35
If you want some thrill, get up this giant crane and scream your heart out. Not for me, I can’t stand the height and the speed.
Marina Bay Sand View
Old Hill Street Police Station
First guess how many windows in this iconic building? The answer is 927 windows, pretty amazing right.
This rainbow windows building in Clarke Quay used to be the largest government building more than 60 years ago. First established in 1934. Don’t miss this historical building while exploring Clarke Quay.
You can walk one big round in Clarke Quay, cross over a bridge to the other side and enjoy a different view of the waterfront.
Love Lock at Clarke Quay
Riverside Point Clarke Quay
If you want a romantic night with your love one, this is the most happening place with plenty of nice restaurants with waterfront view. A night stroll is really not a bad idea to spend with your love one on the weekends.
Street performer singing Yue Liang Dai Biao Wo De Xin/月亮代表我的心. It sure light up some good atmosphere for the night.
After the light up, the city began to come to life but I am about to go home 🙂
Tomo Izakaya in Clarke Quay
Izakaya normally serve beer and sake together with variety of small dishes. Those small dishes go well together with sake and beer. I love Izakaya small dishes but too bad I could not drink. The words on the lantern are actually the menu/dishes served for the night. From the lantern, it tells me the menu has Yakitori/ skewered chicken, Yakiniku/ BBQ meat, tempura/fried stuff, oden, ramen noodle, eel and many more. Japanese salaryman in Japan love to come to Izakaya after work to relax a beer or sake and boast with their colleagues till midnight.
How to go Clarke Quay?
- Nearest MRT – Clarke Quay MRT
- Please exit to Eu Tong Sen Street
Chill Out At The Trendy Singapore River Waterfront – Clarke Quay
- Singapore River Cruise
- G-Max Reverse Bungy
- VLV – Heritage Teochew Mansion
- Old Hill Street Police Station
- Tomo Izakaya in Clarke Quay