Where to Chill Out in Clarke Quay
  • Ministry of Sound
    A 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 followed them for the next few months. This, in itself, launched a sea of complains from guests who felt that the move was deliberate. Now, gone are the queues, with MOS entertaining a loyal clientele who just keeps coming back.

  • Eski Bar
    In the hot tropics, you can find cold comfort in Eski Bar, where temperatures are sub-zero. Come in your winter togs if you’re going to chill in the “freezer” bar or “igloo” chiller. But if you’re going alfresco, come as you are and have a quaint time under the moon and stars.
    Address 46 Circular Road. Note, this location is further away from Clarke Quay, in the Boat Quay region.
    Tel: (65) 65363757.

  • G-max Reverse Bungy:
    Imagine being strapped into a capsule with your friends and flung up, down and around catapult-style. The G-max Reverse Bungy concept, invented by New Zealander Troy Griffin, hurls you 60 metres into the air with speeds of up to 200 kph and G Force 5
    and returns you to earth intact! You can be rest assured though because it has a certified 100% safety record.
    Address : 3E River Valley Road
    Tel: (65) 63381146

  • Please take note that Crazy Horse has ceased operations.
Written by:
Singapore Tourism Board