The architectural aesthetics of Far East Square and its restaurants, bars and café's are award-winning. A high-end, pedestrianised area that is popular with the business crowd for after hours drinks. Just across the road from Far East Square is Club Street, a pretty hill dotted with gorgeous shophouses transformed into trendy bars, restaurants and galleries. A popular, high-end area for yuppies and business execs that have more than a few extra dollars to spend. The quaint precinct is best known for its discerning crowd who just want their conversations laced with the cocktails. Relax with a glass of wine, or simply soak in the old-school charm and maybe feast on an exquisite duck ala orange at one of many swanky restaurants.

Unlike its contemporaries, Mohd Sultan or Boat Quay and the likes, this row of shophouses provides a different essence to explore in the midst of the nightlife one can enjoy here. A walk up the little hill that Club Street is situated on creates nostalgic impressions of 19th century colonial Singapore. Even the cars parked around the vicinity seem to complete the atmosphere of the area’s uniqueness with their own. This is rare in a Singapore catered too thoroughly for tourists to retain a good sense of its own culture as a nation untainted by the maintenance of roots further than the first beginnings in Temasek. Visiting a street like Club Street might mean getting a taste of the real Singapore deal while having a good time with wine and dine, and after dark activities.

Despite housing popular nightspots like Indochine restaurant, The Club by Aphrodisiac and Bar Sa Vanh in a time capsule setting, the mixture of new and old only served to enhance the coziness and charm of the place. The Indochine here is also unlike its other branches in its decorative magnificence, its entrance giving an illusion of a great hallway and its floor sporting an aquarium with large koi swimming around at your feet. Everything about Club Street just feels so romantic and special.

Making a trip down to this stretch of restored shophouses will surely be a worthy experience as there is something exotically pleasing about this location that is exclusively exquisite.

Other Informations in Club Street
  • Singapore Hotels : Hotels in Bedok (2)

  • Industrial Estates : Industrial Estates (21)

  • Shopping Malls : Shopping Malls (4)

  • Supermarkets : Supermarkets (37)

  • Educational Institutions : Primary Schools (10), Secondary Schools (10), Tertiary Institution (1) Kindergartens (15)

  • Emergency : Hospital (1) and Polyclinics (2)

  • Restaurants : Reviewed Restaurants (2)

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