The river here resembles a carp, a sign of wealth under Chinese belief, so many shops were consequently built here and whilst the shipping may have died down over time the bustling commercial side rem...
Any Singaporean old enough to drink, party and pubbing in the 90s would have fond memories of Boat Quay. Easily accessible by any public transport, Boat Quay had been a centre of Singapore pubbing, ea...
I've been cycling along Boat Quay regularly during the lockdown, made possible only by the fact that there weren;t so many people about (since all the restaurants were closed). Normally Boat Quay is a...
Situated upstream from the southern bank of the Singapore River, Boat Quay is the city's premier neighborhood for high-end eating, fancy bars and hip cafes. What once was the most occupied port of Singapore, the old shophouses have since been turned into retail spots. Beautiful sights make the hot shopping and nightlife area popular with locals and tourists alike.
Coldstream Ancestral Museum
"Western-style""TOP Star ☆☆☆"
"Japanese""TOP Star ☆"
Song Fa Bak Kut Teh
"Southeast Asian""Famous Restaurants"
The Fullerton Hotel Singapore (Staycation Approved)
Hotel Clover 5 HongKong Street (Staycation Approved)
Hotel Bencoolen@Hong Kong Street (Staycation Approved)