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Exploring the 6 exciting things in Clarke Quay, Singapore

As one of the most popular tourist destinations in Singapore, Clarke Quay is a place where visitors can enjoy exploring the colorful cultural and culinary delights of Asia and Europe on the Leo island.

1. Cruising on the Singapore River

Clarke Quay is located next to and stretches along the Singapore River with a history of nearly 150 years. In the past, this place was a poor fishing village, gradually developed over time, Clarke Quay has become a busy port.


Singapore river has such beautiful scenery

The best way to visit colonial-era architecture along the banks of the river is to book a river cruise. As usual, the excursion will depart at Clarke Quay, a half-hour ride costs 9 SGD for adults and 4 SGD for children, cruise hours are from 9 am. – 23h00 every day.

2. Visiting the Museum of Asian Civilization

One of the three major museums of Singapore is the National Museum of Singapore, which gathers a wealth of historical material, mostly from East Asia, Southeast Asia and part of West Asia. Besides, the plus point for the museum is the arrangement of exhibits as well as the rich in presentation form, giving viewers more ways to feel the value of cultural history without getting bored.


You can learn many things in the Museum of Asian Civilization of Singapore

Address: No. 1 Empress Place, Singapore 179555

3. Relaxing in Fort Canning Park

Situated near the bustling Orchard Boulevard shopping mall, behind Singapore’s National Museum, Fort Canning Park is a historic center, a performing arts venue and an ideal place for you to enjoy yourself along with nature. The park is particularly attractive thanks to archaeological exhibits such as Keramat Iskander Syah (the area of the sacred tomb of a Malay king) and Fort Gate – a fort monument built in the 1860s,…


The beautiful Fort Canning Park of Singapore

Address: Cox Terrace, Singapore 179618

4. Trying experiencing the G-Max Reverse Bungy

If you are a passionate adventurer and want to experience thrilling games, try walking through G-Max Reverse Bungy for a great relaxing moment and drop into the air. Located right next to Clarke Quay, this is the first game in Singapore that lets you experience the chilliness of the sky soaring to the horizon with speeds up to 200km/ h at 60m.


G-Max Reserve Bungy will give you endless experience

Address: Clarke Quay 3E, River Valley Road, Singapore 179024

5. Playing “Lockdown Singapore” on a rainy day

“Lockdown Singapore” is the name of an exciting game attracting a lot of tourists to join in Singapore. When you join this game, the player will be put into a room and locked, then the player must work together to find a way out. In each room, there will be puzzles with the different difficulty level, if you can’t solve the puzzle, you can ask staff for more suggestions.


Lockdown Singapore is an interesting game

This attractive game will be a great choice for the whole family, especially on rainy days. Lockdown Singapore costs about SGD 20 per hour and you can go to the “The Central” – the shopping center in Clarke Quay to try this game.

6. Enjoying the delicious foods in “Boat Quay” – party boulevard


You’ll fall in love with the foods here

Speaking of enjoyable experience and entertainment center in Singapore, you won’t be able to miss the Boat Quay. This is an area where there is a perfect combination of outdoor restaurants, bars, and fine restaurants. Located close to the office buildings, Boat Quay is considered as the preferred leisure destination for the majority of the working population and expatriate community working in Singapore.


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