Clarke Quay Tavel Guide
Clarke Quay is a historical riverside quay in Singapore, named after Singapore’s second colonial governor, Sir Andrew Clarke, was developed into a dining and shopping precinct in the early time. And now, it is a colourful kaleidoscope of buildings housing antiques, restaurants, hip cafes, jazz clubs and more. At night, the entire zone is a sight to behold with all five blocks of restored warehouses lit up and beamed with an array of quirky alternative to mainstream clubs. With an international presence in terms of partying options, this is a convergence point for people around the world to celebrate. If you want some stimulating experiences, the G-MAX reverse bungee that located at the entrance is a good choice, is the first in Singapore. If you are interested in art, there is the Royal Selangor Pewter Gallery on the western end of Clarke Quay. Day or night, enjoy a veritable smorgasbord of food, drinks, music and entertainment all conveniently located in the same vicinity separated by short walks along the river or through the beautiful covered streets of Clarke Quay.