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Visit Duration: 2 Hours

Timings: All Days

Entry type: Paid

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Clarke Quay is named after Andrew Clarke, Singapore's second governor. Clarke Quay was previously an important trading port, and after the port was relocated, the Quay was totally refurbished to become the major entertainment hub that it is today.

Clarke Quay's renovation in 2003 was handled by the British architectural firm Alsop Architects. The company was given two development stages to redesign the riverfront dining spaces, streetscapes, and shophouse facades. A significant social and touristic component of the Singapore brand, the recently renovated Clarke Quay typically draws over 2 million people annually. A key factor in its success is the clever control of the microclimate achieved through the construction of complex shading and cooling systems, which lower the ambient temperature by 4 degrees Celsius while enriching the riverside and streets with incredible visual attraction. Both the Cityscape Asia Awards for Best Waterfront Development in 2008 and the 2007 Cityscape Architectural Review Award (Tourism, Travel & Transport - Built) went to the project.

Various restaurants and nightclubs are currently housed in five blocks of renovated warehouses. Floating bars and restaurants have been converted from moored Chinese junks (called tongkangs). The Cannery is one of the building's major tenants. One block contains more than five distinct notions. Singapore's First Permanent Illusion Show, starring J. C. Sum and "Magic Babe" Ning, will be staged at The Arena, another key tenant, beginning in August 2008.[5] The entryway, which opened in November 2003, houses the G-MAX reverse bungee, the country's first.

Hooters and Indochine are a few of well-known eateries and nightclubs. Accessible from Clarke Quay are river cruises and river taxis on the Singapore River. 

It entailed a complete refurbishment of the area's infrastructure as well as the addition of entertainment and services geared towards the urban youth. Famous brands in the clubbing sector, such as Attica and London's Ministry of Sound, were invited in to improve the nightlife in this area by providing them with 24-hour operating licences. 

Restaurants and cafes take up about 60% of the space on Clarke Quay, providing guests with an incredible variety of cuisines to explore.

This region features the most lively nightclubs and the best parties in Singapore, thanks to an eclectic mix of local and foreign players. To mention a few, the most popular nightclubs in town include Zouk, Canvas, Crazy Elephant, Attica, and The

Pump Room. The Reverse Bungee at G-Max is one of the most exhilarating experiences in Clarke Quay.

It is one of the most popular attractions among adrenaline enthusiasts. As you are flung up and down in the air, your speed might reach 200 km/h. The trick is to keep your eyes open while you're up there.

 

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Clarke Quay

Highlights of Clarke Quay

  • Clarke Quay was born from the  heart of the Singapore River.
  • Bumboats, which are used to dock and offload tropical commodities for trade and commerce across the river, can be ridden on.
  • Attica and Zouk are the two top nightclubs for those who enjoy booming dance music and a violent intoxicating atmosphere.
  • Headquarters by The Council is for people who enjoy musical interpretations that are not found on the billboard charts.
  • Ramen Keisuke Lobster King is one of the best restaurants in Clark Quay.
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Clarke Quay Overview

Clarke Quay is named after Andrew Clarke, Singapore's second governor. Clarke Quay was previously an important trading port, and after the port was relocated, the Quay was totally refurbished to become the major entertainment hub that it is today.

Clarke Quay's renovation in 2003 was handled by the British architectural firm Alsop Architects. The company was given two development stages to redesign the riverfront dining spaces, streetscapes, and shophouse facades. A significant social and touristic component of the Singapore brand, the recently renovated Clarke Quay typically draws over 2 million people annually. A key factor in its success is the clever control of the microclimate achieved through the construction of complex shading and cooling systems, which lower the ambient temperature by 4 degrees Celsius while enriching the riverside and streets with incredible visual attraction. Both the Cityscape Asia Awards for Best Waterfront Development in 2008 and the 2007 Cityscape Architectural Review Award (Tourism, Travel & Transport - Built) went to the project.

Various restaurants and nightclubs are currently housed in five blocks of renovated warehouses. Floating bars and restaurants have been converted from moored Chinese junks (called tongkangs). The Cannery is one of the building's major tenants. One block contains more than five distinct notions. Singapore's First Permanent Illusion Show, starring J. C. Sum and "Magic Babe" Ning, will be staged at The Arena, another key tenant, beginning in August 2008.[5] The entryway, which opened in November 2003, houses the G-MAX reverse bungee, the country's first.

Hooters and Indochine are a few of well-known eateries and nightclubs. Accessible from Clarke Quay are river cruises and river taxis on the Singapore River. 

It entailed a complete refurbishment of the area's infrastructure as well as the addition of entertainment and services geared towards the urban youth. Famous brands in the clubbing sector, such as Attica and London's Ministry of Sound, were invited in to improve the nightlife in this area by providing them with 24-hour operating licences. 

Restaurants and cafes take up about 60% of the space on Clarke Quay, providing guests with an incredible variety of cuisines to explore.

This region features the most lively nightclubs and the best parties in Singapore, thanks to an eclectic mix of local and foreign players. To mention a few, the most popular nightclubs in town include Zouk, Canvas, Crazy Elephant, Attica, and The

Pump Room. The Reverse Bungee at G-Max is one of the most exhilarating experiences in Clarke Quay.

It is one of the most popular attractions among adrenaline enthusiasts. As you are flung up and down in the air, your speed might reach 200 km/h. The trick is to keep your eyes open while you're up there.

 

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Points Of Interest for Clarke Quay

  • Take a river cruise: The Singapore River is a major tourist attraction in Singapore, and the River Cruise is an excellent opportunity to enjoy both the tranquillity of the river and the busy ambiance of Clarke Quay and its many attractions. Start the River Cruise at Clarke Quay Jetty to see all of Singapore's key sights. The voyage lasts around 40 minutes.
  • Explore Boat Quay: This is a foodie's dream come true. Boat Quay is home to a plethora of cafes, restaurants, and bars serving wonderful seafood as well as Indian, Japanese, Thai, Western, and Korean cuisine.
  • Experience Lockdown SG: Lockdown SG is an intriguing game room where you will be given riddles to solve in order to escape the locked room. There are themed situations, criminal scenes to solve, a zombie apocalypse, and other riddles to solve.
  • Ride the G-Max Reverse Bungy: This is a thrilling and exciting event that will get your adrenaline flowing. This is a group reverse bungee jumping activity, and the ride is really rapid, reaching 200 KPH.
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Best time to visit Clarke Quay

The best time to visit Clarke Quay is in the evening, when the docks are less crowded. Aside from that, you can also come here at night to enjoy the nightlife.

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People Also Asked

Do I have to book the ticket for a river cruise in advance or would I get it there?

You can get tickets at ticket boxes on the Riversid

What hotels are near Clarke Quay?

Here are some hotels near Clarke Quay: Pan Pacific Singapore,Staycation Approved),Staycation Approved),Dorsett Singapore,SG Clean)

Are there any Restaurants serving Vegetarian food or mock food??

Real Food Cafe, it's on the LG floor of the mall there, awesome vegetarian food.

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