Since they opened in the late 90s, like an extension of the wildly popular Boat Quay, it was the Pubbing and Clubbing scene. From the Early days of Funky Town to MOS, to eventually Zouk when they had ...
Amazing days! beautiful night! must seeing places in singapore! always fun!
One of the most popular places to visit in Singapore if you are looking for a longway beautiful walk or some night entertainment! You can always find something to eat drink or party around that place...
This place if nice, but nithing special. Lots of restaurants by the river, but have in mind that they only work at night. We walk one day there to have breakfast/brunch and everything was closed. Rest...
New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, India
An excellent evening
It’s the perfect place for an evening getaway - to sit out and eat or drink. A good crowd singing in front of many restaurants, live music, lively atmosphere and it’s an overall pleasant experience. ...
Singapore is a country I’ve always liked, not only because the city is very clean, organized and beautiful, not to mention, it is famously known as a “garden city”, but also because hard-working and brave Singaporeans created many global miracles on this little piece of land, making it a logistics and freight center for Asia and the world. Clarke Quay really sees this difference between the past and present. Back then it was just a little port offloading goods, now it has become an entertainment central, bustling with activity.
Surrounded by high rises, Clarke Quay is filled with 2 to 3 story high, South Asian style houses. You really see quite the visual contrast here. In these well decorated 2 and 3 story houses, you will find places offering shopping, wine and dine, and entertainment experiences. Not only are they popular among locals, American, European and Chinese tourists really enjoy these locales too.
Clarke Quay is a place where you can find excellent food all around Singapore. As we all know, Singapore is a very multicultural country where Chinese, Malays, Indians, Indonesians, Americans and Europeans all live. The multicultural community there has directly contributed to the diversity in Singapore’s gourmet landscape. At Clarke Quay, you can find many ethnic gourmet specialties.
It’s a completely different life from night to day. At night, not only are all bars at Clarke Quay completely filled, even roads at the front are filled with tables and people. A lot of them are primarily locals from Singapore, then Americans and Europeans. They would gather in groups to momentarily ignore the stress in their day to day work, have a drink, chit chat and have a good time.
As an immigrant country, Singapore is known for its internationalization and diversity. Although the area is small, the history is very long, in addition to many colorful cultural attractions, there are many natural landscapes. But the most attractive thing about Singapore is the vitality of the whole island. Whether it is food, culture or art, even in the old neighborhoods, there is no limit to the possibilities. Who cares about the fresh and interesting life?
Clarke quay is a nice spot to stroll and grab a drink in the evening. The place is packed with bars with some live bands and good western restaurants. You can stroll along the river or take a river Cruise to enjoy the city views. I recommend this place to anyone going to Singapore. #wintergetaway
Variety of nice riverside bars and restaurants. Some cracking little spots. Prices slightly higher than Chinatown for example, but a nicer setting to be in. A few of the places were somewhat 'forceful' with their touting, but to be honest this was easy enough to deal with.
Clarke Quay is a riverside entertainment destination known throughout the world. It hosts shopping, endless dining and even bungee jumping for a perfect night on the town. Most visitors head to Clarke Quay in the evening to sample Singapore’s famous chili crab dishes and later hit the riverside bars for a drink with friends in the vibrant Singapore nightlife.