Boat Quay hotels
Boat Quay in Singapore is located on the southern bank of the Singapore River. The quay was a part of the old Port of Singapore. During the 1860’s, the quay was responsible for servicing three quarters of the shipping business at that time. The quay was a major cargo-loading bay, and dealt in aquatic trading. Whilst no longer an area for trade and commerce, the quay is a favourite spot for locals and tourists. The many restaurants, pubs, nightlife, and boat cruises are all modern Boat Quay attractions. You are guaranteed to have a great time here.
- Step inside Harry’s Bar, a favourite hangout spot for tourists and locals looking for fun during the night hours after exploring Singapore’s Boat Quay.
- Check out Raffles Place and walk around some of the tallest buildings and landmarks in Singapore, near Boat Quay.
- Take a tour of the beautiful Singapore River on one of several cruise lines that offer tourists a chance to ride along the river near Boat Quay.
Tourists arrive at the Singapore Changi Airport, the main airport in Singapore. Visitors can take the Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) in to the city, located underground between Terminals 2 and 3. Tourists can travel directly to Boat Quay by using Singapore’s River Cruise Taxi. The River Cruise Taxi has a number of booths along the river, so you have the option of arriving at a particular place on the river. Visitors can also take the MRT metro to the Raffles Place MRT stop, followed by a short walk to the Boat Quay.
183 hotels near Boat Quay
Big Hotel Singapore invites travellers to cosy accommodations set near entertainment and shopping venues in the bustling Lion City. Holidaymakers at this value-for-money hotel hop aboard cable cars... More
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Adler Hostel Singapore invites travellers to value-for-money accommodations set close to transport options and top-rated attractions in the vibrant Lion City. Holidaymakers at this downtown... More
Conveniently set in the central business district, M Hotel Singapore makes for an idyllic urban sanctuary for business travellers and holidaymakers visiting the Lion City. While in Singapore,... More
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Modest and budget-friendly, Backpackers Inn Chinatown makes for a suitable base for travellers while in bustling Singapore. This hostel places visitors within convenient distance of the shopping... More
Located minutes away from Project Chinatown 1 and Project Chinatown 2, Project Ann Siang located near Ann Siang Hill, which is famous for its preserved shophouses and pubs. The hostel is located... More