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Clarke Quay Central, Singapore

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TripAdvisor
  • We had four nights at the Park Regis which is across from Clarke Quay. The area is vibrant with loads of bars and restaurants which are expensive. Gr8 atmosphere and from here you can jump on a bum bo...  more »
  • This is the least of all shopping malls and in fact you'll also not to shop around. The ground floor has some shops and snack places but not much else. In the blue zone you will find especially restaurants, love is account that most little place and who consequently best reservation. In the yellow zone you will find especially business for massages and care and what less shops.
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  • Stayed close by and found this a wonderful shopping centre, the basement food area offered so much and we found it out xcellent for take out meals to our hotel room.  more »
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  • I liked bringing visitors in SG here at night as it can cater to any type of night-goer your visitor is. There is party, array of good food, nice chill stores or just spend time on the sidewalk. I loved it!
  • Central is a good idea, but getting around it is a bit confusing. Seems to me its a hodge podge of different types of stores and some average restaurants. I have been here for a few different things, but always walked away thinking its missing something, I am not sure what its really focused on.
  • 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!
  • 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.
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