April 9, 2011

Short Morning Walk in Clarke Quay, Singapore

Got to travel to Clarke Quay, Singapore! Preferably you should go to Clarke Quay at night but we didn't have time so we went straight to ClarkeQuay after a visit to Chinatown. Clarke Quay is basically for yuppies or anyone who loves to hangout at night and have a drink. It has many internationally well-known restaurants. The Place was colorful and I can only imagine it during night time. It would have been a great to place to have a drink and meet people. 
View of Clarke Quay from the other side
The buildings there are colorful. They have seats beside the river and a good view of Marina Bay Sands
Clarke Quay Restaurants
Dining Areas beside the River
I love the roof! There's a huge umbrella like roof covering the walkways of Clarke Quay. Very artistic and the glass has imprinted designs, looks amazing when you look at them.
View of Clarke Quay from Bridge
Artistic Roof Covering the streets of Clarke Quay
Other than restaurants Clarke Quay also features some attractions. They have small boats that you can ride around Singapore river surrounding Clarke Quay. Wasn't able to ask the prices though.
River Boat Ride around Clarke Quay
Other side of Clarke Quay and more boats
They also have G-Max Reverse Bungy, where you will sit in a cage. The cage then will be flung 60 meters at speeds to 200km/hr. 
G-Max Reverse Bungy Ride at Clarke Quay
Opening Hours:
Monday to Thursday: 2:00P.M.-1:00A.M.
Friday: 2:00P.M.-3:00A.M.
Saturday: 1:00P.M.-3:00A.M.
Sunday : 1:00P.M.-1:00A.M.

Reverse Bungy S$45 
Extreme Swing S$40 

More about our One Week Trip to Singapore

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