Clarke Quay

Clarke Quay, on the banks of the Singapore river, is one of the liveliest areas of Singapore and it's here that you can find any number of restaurants, shops and bars.

Clarke Quay is a lively district, filled with old warehouses. During the 19th century this was the commercial centre of the city.

The best time to visit Clarke Quay is by night, when the lights and the atmosphere combine perfectly.


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For us, Clarke Quay is the most beautiful and lively area in Singapore, and here you'll find any number of restaurants and bars.

If you don't have much time to visit the city, you can eat in one of the restaurants in Boat Quay and head to Clarke Quay for a drink. 


MRT: Clarke Quay (brown line).

Nearby places

Boat Quay (756 m) Chinatown (873 m) Raffles Hotel (1.2 km) Merlion Park (1.2 km) Esplanade, Theatres on the Bay (1.3 km)