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Clarke Quay, Singapore

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Party the night away at Clarke Quay. Once a historical port and cargo center, the quay now throbs with energy as one of Singapore's liveliest night spots. Explore the refurbished warehouse buildings to find shopping by day and parties by night. Before you head to the clubs, fill up with a meal at one of the quay's many restaurants. Capture a memory of your evening by taking a selfie at the Social Wall, a mural especially designed for sharing on social media. Arrange to visit Clarke Quay and other attractions in Singapore using our Singapore day trip planner.
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  • Over 40 yrs I have been visiting Singapore and it always has some thing new. Clarke Quay has come of age. Cafes,Restaurants, bars and more. A must visit.  more »
  • Since they opened in the late 90s, like an extension of the wildly popular Boat Quay, it was the Pubbing and Clubbing scene. From the Early days of Funky Town to MOS, to eventually Zouk when they had....  more »
  • One of the most popular places to visit in Singapore if you are looking for a longway beautiful walk or some night entertainment! You can always find something to eat drink or party around that...  more »
  • This is the place you would visit at night to get best experience. If you want nightlife, food, music and shopping this is the place to go with friends or as a couple. You can come back night after night and still not see it all. I found a very good Singapore Sling at one place and found an better one at another place. You feel safe and relaxed here and that is all you ask for when you are on a holiday.
  • Fun but very touristy area full of restaurants, bars, and a few entertainment attractions. Right on the river. Pretty area to have a sunset drink. Some clubs offer dancing. Large fountain that can be played in. Most of the area is shaded by modern, large canopies resembling the Super Trees.
  • Good vibe hangout place for a round of drinks after office hours or weekend dinners. Weekends it gets crowded, so better go early or call in to reserve tables (not sure all restaurants there accept reservation though). Don't have a favorite restaurant yet as most of them do decent food, some of them do live music (I really like Crazy Elephant for that)
  • This is touted to be a happening place in Singapore for drinks and dinner. A place where the heritage sites viz. facades of the Quay (shops, warehouses and dock labour quarters) are preserved along the river banks. These are now eating houses and watering holes. Most people would like to have drinks and dinner here. I chose to have lunch on a Friday - it was quite peaceful. Many of the eateries were closed but I could enjoy the feel of the preserved heritage
  • Oh my god! Such a lovely place to be out with friends in Singapore. Has wonderful ambience. Great variety of food and drinks option. It a bit expensive place but worth paying a visit. I strongly recommend for this place. We had majority of people vegetarian, so had Indian food, and it was great. Try taking your seat outside and you would enjoy your lovely time.

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