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Clarke Quay is a historical riverside quay in Singapore. The quay is located within the Singapore River Planning Area. The quay was once known as a humble, peace and lively fishing village. As trade increased between the East and West the quay later developed into a busy seaport, and it was visited by many traders from all across the continent, adding diversity into the community. Hence the quay became the melting pot of cultures.
Today, Clarke Quay is a delightful mix of the modern and traditional world which will give you an unforgettable experience as you will transcend into the past and the future. Lining the two riverbanks, you can see an old-colonial shop houses as a reminder of its rich heritage and diverse community. The quay is famous for shopping, dining and one of the most exciting nightlife scenes in Singapore.
There are plenty of malls where you can find the latest fashion wear, bookstores, home furnishing, electrical appliances, sports goods, jewellery and more. There are many malls that you can visit along the Clarke Quay. The first place is the Central Clarke Quay. The mall is not only the most popular mall in the area but also the most convenient as you can access the mall directly from the MRT station. One of the popular attractions in this mall is the Lockdown where you can play a real-life escape game of exit the reality by immersing into the virtual reality world. A must place to go for the adrenaline junkie. The second place is the Royal Selangor home of the fine and artistic handmade pewter, which come mostly in the form of tableware, including teapots, plates, and cutlery. You can buy their beautiful crafted items to take back home to use or to give somebody as a unique gift. Plus, you can channel your creativity into a masterpiece as you can create your product from scratch. It is suitable for a beginner too as the staff there will assist you. Hence, great for those who want to learn new things. The next mall is Funan DigitalLife Mall. It is also known as ‘Funan IT Mall’ or just ‘Funan Centre’ by the locals. Based on the name, the mall is a one-stop-shop for all your electrical needs. You can find a lot of electrical appliances and gadgets at a reasonable price here.
Clarke Quay is also a well-known place for you to explore different types of cuisine as it has a huge selection of food eateries there from where you can taste all types of food from traditional to modern cuisine. Most of the eateries are located along the waterfront where you can dine while enjoying the beautiful sceneries of the waterfront. As for the Muslim and vegetarian, there are a lot of halal eateries and vegetarian-friendly restaurant for you to explore. The can check the halal directory as a guide.
You can go to Clarke Quay Mall by using your vehicle or by taxi. Do ‘waze’ yourself to your designated destination. You can go there via different routes based on your preference routes. There are many parking spaces here, and the parking fees are also affordable. You can also go to Clarke Quay via ride-sharing and request-for-a-ride modes of transportation like Grab or Uber, and if you want to go to Clarke Quay Mall by booking a taxi, you can call them, and they will bring you to your destination. Do not worry about the language gap as most of the drivers are fluent in English.
You can go to Clarke Quay Mall by bus. There are several bus travels around the Clarke Quay Mall. Hence, you can buy the tickets with your preferred date and time.
The nearest stations to Clarke Quay are 54 from Scotts Road or 32 and 195 from City Hall MRT Station.
You also can go to Clarke Quay Mall by MRT train which is the most popular transportation in Singapore. This place is linked to the nearest MRT Station on the Downtown Line of Singapore’s Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) train system. You can choose to travel from these stations:
The Singapore River is previously known as the main route of trade and commerce for the British. Until today, you can still see the remnants of the history and heritage there. Along the river, you can see many of the buildings, statues, monuments and museums that Singapore has inherited from its colonial past. You can either walk along the Singapore River or ride on a river-boat tour that starts at Clarke Quay.
If you are an adrenaline junkie that is always looking for a new thrill and adventure, then this attractions is suitable for you. Catch this spectacular ride as you will be a strap in the capsule and get launched 60 feet into the air at a speed of 200kmh. Located at the popular nightlife hub of Clarke Quay, this activity is a great start for you to begin your night activity.
Novotel Singapore Clarke Quay is one of popular accommodation for business and leisure travellers to enjoy a relaxing time with family and friends. Featuring complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the resort, guests of the hotel can also have access to free car park, restaurant, coffee shop and services include laundry and housekeeping. Each room fitted with air conditioning, cable television, desk, television and other additional features. The distance from this hotel to Clarke Quay Mall is just around 150 metres which is just around the corner. This hotel also located near G-Max Reverse Bungy and Fort Canning MRT Station.
Guests can also stay in Jayleen Clarke Quay Hotel when visiting this place to rest and overnight. This hotel is located in River Valley Road, Clarke Quay, Singapore and around 10-minutes walk away from the Clarke Quay Mall. The hotel also located near The Central Shopping Mall. Hence, give you more options for shopping. This hotel features rooms furnished with free Wi-Fi, television, parking and a restaurant. It is also located near Clarke Quay MRT Station which will make it easier for you to travel around the island via MRT.