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Clarke Quay Central, Singapore

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3.5/5 based on 90 reviews on the web
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  • You should be here in the evening, have some food and drink in one of those restaurants on the river side. There is a big mall too if you want to do some shopping. Boat cruises will take you through t...  read more »
  • Kita semua tahu bahwa harga makanan dan minuman di daerah Clarke Quay, Singapura di atas rata-rata meski belum tentu cocok di lidah kita. Untuk amannya, anda bisa mengunjungi food court yg ada di base...  read more »
  • In the basement there small rice shop in various countries. Even Japan products. On the first floor include the beard. Written mostly in Japan, and I ate. Was very good. In tall buildings, even in the rain train station direct so not wet. I think it's very useful.
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  • Lucky Draw Box offers easy way to Cheat--- #Rust corroding #Bridge parts affecting bridge structural integrity pose as safety risk---Why show unit no. on store directory when there r no no. on physical store---Machine designed as a Giant Lock sells Locks
  • Some good restaurants here: two excellent ramen places, Rendezvous Restaurant serving really good Nasi Padang are the highlights. Cheap reasonably priced food in the basement including an organic food place and a lovely cafe with homemade tiramisu. Another strength is locally designed stuff with a few shops catering to that. Altogether a fairly interesting mall.
  • When I am in town, the Central is a definite stopover. It is accessible as it is located above the Clarke Quay station. There are ample shops and food outlets to pamper to one's tastebuds and pockets. For Starbucks' fans, there is an outlet on the ground floor, and Clark Quay is on the opposite side, across the Singapore River. Enjoy!
  • Confusing layout that hides shops. Divided into blue and yellow zones that don't really link up nicely. It's as if two separate buildings were combined into one. It would be really easy to miss out shops hidden in the back. Poorly designed.
  • The internal layout of the building is weird and the directory provided makes the matter worse, at least for me. For eg the building manager named the area blue zone but on the map it is coloured green and labeled "blue". Other than architectural inadequacy and mismanagement, the place is good for the different types of food (though not necessarily local). My suggestion is to plan a dinner at The Central to have an evening view of Singapore River for family with kids. Singles may want to explore the Singapore River and the drinking hunts in the night.
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