Clarke quay has lots of restaurants on the banks of a river. Lots of food choices to explore. There was also a Turkish ice-cream vendor who does a show before he gives the ice cream.
Very busy after dark, with some restaurants having outdoor seating along the river. Plenty of food options, bars, entertainment, etc. Our favourite place was Renn Thai. Excellent food every time, good service (one night it was slow.), and just sitting by the river at night watching the boats was lovely and relaxing. If you enjoy dessert try their mango sticky rice, so good!
The atmosphere at this place is very lively and you will not even notice how much time you spent at this place.
Must visit in Singapore.
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.
Clarke Quay is located on the Singapore River, very close to the famous tourist attraction Merlion Park and Chinatown Chinatown.
Carat Wharf used to be a small dock for unloading. It is small in size and simple in environment. There is no scenery at all. After re-planning, renovation and renovation, it presents a charming exotic atmosphere and becomes a favorite destination for locals. Tourists love the tourist punch card. The
Singapore River flows quietly in front of Clarke Quay. When the weather is fine, the scenery is beautiful. After the night falls, the images of the sun and the lights are more dreamy.
Carat Wharf is a leisure paradise, which combines food, entertainment and shopping. Under normal circumstances, the daytime is relatively quiet, and the evening is slightly lively, but it is not too noisy. The houses in
Cala Quay are mostly European-style, some of which are typical Southeast Asian styles. Most of these houses have only three floors. Each house has different colors and is especially popular among photographers. Many tourists like to take portrait photos at Clarke Quay, because it is easier to shoot literary fans and small fresh styles!
Transportation: Subway Line ClarkeQuay (Clark Quay); take bus 32, 54, 195, 530 and get off at Opp Clarke Quay.
Clarke Quay is located on the banks of the Singapore River. It used to be a small dock for unloading. After development, the pier is no longer the same. It has become the newest entertainment venue in downtown Singapore. The Clarke Quay is a shopping, dining, In the entertainment paradise of entertainment, you will feel that the pier seems to be in a festive atmosphere all day long. The bar and restaurant on the street make the atmosphere very cheerful and relaxed.
We first go to find Songfa Bak Kut Teh~
Bone Bone Tea can be said to be a national dish of Singapore cuisine. We came to this most famous Songfa Bak Kut Teh shop, and the queue is still quite long. However, the waiters were very good, busy and not chaotic, because the meal was ordered when the seats were in place, so the dishes were quickly brought up, the pork ribs were super, and very tender, the soup was very good, the waiter saw If there is no soup in the bowl, it will take the initiative to add soup. The environment is very clean and full of history. We ordered Bak Kut Teh, Fish Fillet Soup, Chicken Feet, Green Vegetables and Glutinous Rice Water. It is very satisfying!
After eating the supper, go to the small bar and we will return to Clarke Quay. The performance of this bar has just begun. The little brother sang the love and love of my god Fang Datong. After healing the song, the night has come, and the Clarke Quay in the night has finally shown its charm. The colored house behind it is the police station in Singapore. It is also very capricious in color. Hahaha.
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.