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This review is for the mall and not river and surrounding area which is very nice. The mall, if compared to the others in the area is not really great. Went around 6PM and was pretty dead. Few decent restaurants around the outside of the...More
This is a very modern, clean, and efficiently run shopping centre with mostly mid level shopping, and a range of eateries. There is nothing really that special to come here for, although there are several eateries with both western (e.g. the Kraftwich) and eastern style...More
It rained all day but we walked from our motel to Clarke Quay. We tempted fate and hoped the rain would slow, it did just sprinkles. We love the river Bumboat ride, great documentary on the tv screen inside the boat. Could take great pics...More
after several monsoon rain showers dampened my thickest sightseeing day in Singapore, I googled "things to do if it is raining." Clarke Quay was listed and it was near my hotel. The lanes are c9vered mostly so you can walk without getting wet. Very good...More
From Marina Bay, a walk along Singapore River will take you through the three Quays of the city, each offering a very different atmosphere. Boat Quay features historical sites and a buzzing riverfront vibe. Clarke Quay caters to the party crowd, while Robertson Quay appeals to the leisurely wanderer. Weekends at Robertson Quay and Martin Road also give a peek into the lives of expats in Singapore, as the
riverfront teems with joggers, dog walkers, and those getting their caffeine fix over brunch or enjoying a burger and a beer. No matter what you’re up for, the three Quays have something to keep you happy, day or night.