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Insights of Clarke Quay view in map
Clarke Quay Singapore – A haven for world-class entertainment and glorious food, this former trading hub is now a den for modern pop culture in an old-age architectural setting.


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About Singapore Clarke Quay
Clarke Quay is a historical riverside quay in Singapore, located upstream from the mouth of the Singapore River and Boat Quay. It was the centre of commercial enterprise in the late 19th century. Today, the restored warehouse features a whole range o ...

Crazy Horse No More!
Like many things during the Renaissance period, art was more intellectual, more abstract and more scientific with perfection of form, precision of method, and creative grandeur. Art of that era was translated into the tangible and intangible. In 19 ...


Cruising along Singapore River
I've seen it cruising up and down stream, time and time again but it didn't occur to me that this typically tourist attraction is actually quite relaxing especially after sunset. After dinner at one of the more popular restaurants situated alon ...

Food, Where to Eat in Clarke Quay
Where to Eat in Clark Quay Here are some of the places to eat in Clark Quay. For a more comprehensive listings and reviews of places to eat in Clark Quay, Boat Quay, please visit SD Food Advisor Peony-Jade RestaurantLook forward to delectable mode ...

G-MAX, Reverse Bungy in Singapore
An extreme preview of the pure adrenalin rush from being catapulted 60 metres in the air would be a ride on the G-MAX. Introduced in 2003, the G-MAX has gained popularity amongst locals and tourists. Located in the entertainment hub of Singapore, ...

Top Restaurants in Clarke Quay
Mention “wine” and it is common to associate it with exorbitant prices together with morsels of finger food or pairing a bottle off with a flamboyant display of French cuisine. Wine Garage gives the best of both worlds. With an impressive display ...

Its the new Quay
The weekend’s just around the corner, and chances are, deciding on where to go is becoming a stressful affair. While once the choice was very clear, now, you cannot help but wonder, “ Where did everybody go?”. You’re not alone, buddy. Singapo ...

Nightlife, Where to Party in Clarke Quay
Where to Party in Clarke Quay Bar Opiume Offering spectacular views of the Singapore River and its central business district, this cool den features intoxicating brews and fast tempos for you to party till the wee hours. From your seat on the ver ...

Relax, Where to Chill Out in Clarke Quay
Where to Chill Out in Clarke Quay Ministry of SoundA cult UK dance club. The massively huge complex of approximately 40, 000 square feet, takes residence in Clarke Quay, the new hip place on this island. The opening created snaking queues that ...

Shopping, Where to Shop in Clarke Quay
Where to Shop in Clark Quay Royal SelangorThere is no better place to learn the exotic art of pewter-smithing than at Royal Selangor, one of the oldest and largest pewter factories in the world. At SGD 30 per half-hour lesson, you can make your o ...

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