Clarke Quay

By | April 9, 2015

Get set for the most mesmerizing sojourn during your Singapore tour. Clarke Quay, Singapore is the place where you can indulge in endless shopping or eating as you get engulfed in the splendor of the beautiful Singapore River.

Named after Sir Andrew Clarke, Singapore’s second Governor, Clarke Quay was initially a chain of shophouses of the 19th century. But now, it has more than 50 shops that form five blocks of restored warehouses. Shops here are well known for their second-hand items and antiques that encompass everything from batik prints and home furnishings to silk and fabrics.

Clarke Quay is a quieter and inconspicuous place when compared to some of the more popular Singapore attractions. However, it is a great place to be in the evenings, when dance clubs and pubs come alive with the sound of music filling the air.

Many popular restaurants of Singapore are lined up along Clarke Quay. With endless dining options at your disposal, you’ll just not be able to satiate your heart. Try out all sorts of international cuisines at the F&B outlets of hotels in Singapore located here, or the local food of Singapore at small time eateries and coffee shops.

Not just shopping or eating, Clarke Quay, Singapore also offers you numerous options for fun and thrill. The G-Max Reverse Bungy, Singapore is one of the highlights of adventures at Clarke Quay. A high adrenaline experience, this extreme ride is only for the audacious and strong hearted. An open-air capsule capable of seating three people is catapulted up to 60 meters in the air for about five minutes. This electrifying experience at Clarke Quay, Singapore can be enjoyed on the payment of SGD 30 per person.

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