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Clarke Quay Central, Singapore

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  • Make in simple way : - Service : good - Cleanliness : ok somehow acceptable - Food : not tried - Draft beer : During happy hour whereby buy one free one , beer after ten mins taste plain like water. F...  more »
  • Here is the place where locals and tourists in the mid-twenties meet. If you are mid-twenty you will like it here. Although the prices for drinks can be very expensive.  more »
  • It is built along the Singapore main river and offers a waterfront experience.The mall has trendy boutiques,Japanese(and other) food shops and nightlife. For someone visiting Singapore, it offers a un...  more »
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  • A nice place to hang around on the area, after walking for a bit around the Chinatown or along the Singapore river. There are plenty of options for dining and coffee inside and outside of the mall. The floor plan can seem like a maze for first timers. Follow the color code.
  • The central place where Clarke Quay visitors can rest and relax at end of long walk along the river. Good range of food and beverage outlets plus boutiques. Connected to the Clarke Quay MRT.
  • It is a good place to eat any kind of cuisine. There is a adventure ride too called GMax that is thrilling and amazing. One must do the ride if in Clark quay ( pronounced Clark Key).
  • Superb mall with great stores.. I love shopping here.. just opposite the river.. beautiful view .. it's a place where you can shop, eat and party 🙂
  • Not a great mall. They have "blue point" and such, and it looks weird and makes the mall look cheap. Half the stores aren't filled with anything (clearly not occupied cause noone wants to shop there), and the stores that are there aren't great - though the Thai place is good!