Clarke Quay Restaurant Precinct hotels
Named for Singapore’s 19th century governor, Sir Andrew Clarke, Clarke Quay has evolved from a bustling centre of sea trade into a popular riverside festival village full of restaurants, throbbing nightclubs, and hair-raising thrill rides. Now the five blocks of restored warehouses along the Singapore River are a hot spot for food and entertainment where a host of attractions, such as the moored Chinese junks, draw people from all over the city. Clarke Quay is a perfect mixture of historical sights and modern attractions that evolves into a neon carnival after the sun goes down.
- Be amazed by Singapore’s first permanent illusion show at The Arena, one of the premier venues in Clarke Quay, which features the top magicians in the country.
- Plummet toward the earth on the thrilling G-Max Reverse Bungee Jump, the first of its type on the island and one of the most popular attractions at Clarke Quay.
- Relax on a cruise down the Singapore River, where passengers can get a unique perspective on the sights that illuminate the city’s skyline.
Singapore is known for its efficient public transportation, so there are a number of ways to reach Clarke Quay. The Clarke Quay MRT stop is just a short walk away and is the best way to enjoy the views of the river. There are Singapore River Cruise stops all along the banks and this mode of transport is a popular way to see the heart of the city. A night-time walking tour from the mouth of the river will allow pedestrians to see many of the famous sights while taking in this areas most impressive sights.
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