Clarke Quay is an entertainment area along the Singapore River with lots of restaurants and bars. Actually, Clarke Quay is the largest night spot in Singapore. There is Robertson Quay in the west and Boat Quay in the east around Clarke Quay.
Clarke Quay played a significant role Singapore’s shipping history during the 19th and 20th century, with goods transported by river to stored in local warehouses. These warehouses now transformed into a colourful riverside entertainment district. Home to a shopping complex and packed with restaurants, bars, nightclubs.
Clarke Quay looks very plain and ordinary during the day. At nightfall, Clarke Quay takes on a different look. Multicoloured lamplight cast light on the clean river, the river and the lights add radiance and beauty to each other, it Constitutes a beautiful night scene. Guys and Dolls jostle one another on the way, it is noisy in the bars and dining halls, the air is filled with a flashy breath.
Most notable of all are these large umbrellas in Clarke Quay, these umbrellas provide some protection from the sun and rain during the day. At night, as the multi-colored lights changes, the multi-colored lights create a dream atmosphere and set off the fascinating night view of Clarke Quay.
It is said that these umbrellas spray a very small mist and reduce the temperature under the shed in a hot climate.
Since 1987, Singapore River Cruise has preserved this facet of our city’s past, offering travellers a chance to experience modern Singapore from the back of a bumboat.
A little bar in Clarke Quay
The ad of Clarke Quay Cinema
For adventure seekers, there is also a reverse bungee jump (slingshot) located close to the Coleman Bridge.
JUMBO SEAFOOD, riverside, is very famous. Seafood is first-rate, the price is fair.
At the riverbank, full of various flavors restaurant, the most common are seafood and Malaysia fried rice.
The famous Fullerton Hotel sits at the mouth of the Singapore River.
I stroll slowly from Clarke Quay, go straight along the Singapore River till I reach Merlion park, I see the beautiful sight of the Marina Bay.