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A bustling “strip” of bars & restaurants in the heart of Singapore on the edge of the river!
Great Asian restaurants, good themed bars, lots of people & a great atmosphere!
A must to visit this place when in Singapore, but note liquor is very...More
If you visit Boat Quay for what it is, a riverside drinking & dining precinct primarily of the western tourist market, then you probably won’t be too disappointed. But it’s nothing more than this.
The location is stunning and on a nice balmy night (which...More
This area is great for having a nice dinner right beside the Singapore river while enjoying the lights and music from everywhere or you can simply enjoy a drink with friends in one of these many bars around you
This "attraction" has been around for a long time, about 25 years or more. Just at the fringe of the CBD, many workers come here for lunch. Then expats and locals come here after work for drinks, and tourists come here too
Absolutely worth it. A bit expensive but trust me, boat quay isn't going to disappoint you at all. Visit here during the evening after 1900 hours. Dine with a view. There are a chain of bars and pubs if you want to visit..that too categorised...More
This is a must visit place for anyone even for a short while in Singapore. The restaurants are great even though bit expensive. Lunch time deals are great and there’s a nice lively vibe during evenings and nights. Awesome views from roof top restaurants as...More
Yes the place is touristic (especially near the famous Merlion) but if you do the whole walk around the bay (1h - 1h30) you will have access to different views that change as a function of the day light..
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.
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Well, you got all the answers in the tourist books already, but if you want to see the real Singapore you have to get away from tourist locations - but that of course depedns what kind of traveler you are. The key event in... More
Well, you got all the answers in the tourist books already, but if you want to see the real Singapore you have to get away from tourist locations - but that of course depedns what kind of traveler you are. The key event in Singapore is on Feb 3rd, the Tamil Hindu festival of Thaipusam which is spectacular to watch ... Regarding food, try eating like the locals - the Boat Quay and so on are all expensive and for tourists, and to be honest, not that great. Maybe try hawker centers around Geylang or any other area you find yourself in. A favorite out of town in the West is the Big Eater Seafood Restaurant, Blk 964 Jurong West Street 91 - closest MRT is Pioneer, or go by taxi. Have fun ....