The former British colonial wharf is now transformed into a vast array of high-rise buildings, mostly office buildings and apartments, which attracts many foreigners to open some authentic food and cafes
It should be called Robertson Wharf in Chinese, which is different from Clarke Wharf. It is very peaceful. It is very comfortable to walk here at night when there are not many tourists. The traffic around here is also very convenient and there are many restaurants.
It is much quieter than Clarke Quay. The environment is very good and it can make people relax. There are some residential buildings around. Many people like to run here and you can ride bicycles. There are also many characteristic restaurants nearby. Stop at a cafe to feel the enthusiasm there. Most of them here are foreign guests. Many people like to watch games here. The atmosphere of the bar is lively, but the traffic is inconvenient, so you can only get there by taxi.
Great night. We had a great day at robertson pier, I even went swimming in the river! This place is so good, I like it very much, and walk around, there are good restaurants, the food is delicious, I like to relax in the Laurent coffee shop, there are chocolate bars, super delicious desserts and very tasty chocolate. Next to it is a very good whisky shop with many choices. In terms of food, there are Japanese, French, Korean, and seafood. This is a good place to relax. Robertson Quay is a pier near the Singapore River. It is the largest and most upstream of the three piers on the river (the other two are Boat Quay and Clarke Quay). This pier is not busy and noisy, but the three are more peaceful. Here, you will find more residences and hotels. You can walk to this place from Merlion Park, passing by Boat Quay and Clarke Quay.
great place for dinning in,food is delicious
Great place for chilling especially at Brunch
A great place filled with bars and restaurants to dine and chill. Less rowdy than Clark Quay, less touristy than Boat Quay, Fantastic place to be to watch football or other sports on the big screens during weekends to feel the atmosphere cheering and jeering for the teams.
Great hub of unique restaurants and bars without the "frat-boy" crowd.
Concrete jungle in Singapore. Nice to take an evening stroll when the weather is less scorching.