Clarke Quay is one of the famous tourist attractions in Singapore, which offers a variety of dancing attractions from morning to night. In here, you can find traces of the history of Singapore’s civilization in the past along the Singapore River. Of course, staying in this area can also be the best choice to experience Singapore.
You can choose Studio M Hotel which is located at 3 Nanson Road, Clarke Quay, Singapore, 238910 which is close to Changi Airport. In addition, the view of the Singapore River is also a facility that makes you feel at home in the room if you just want a staycation.
In a release from the Singapore Tourism Board, Tuesday (8/3/2022), the history of Clarke Quay is fascinating because this district was once densely packed with houses, shops, and small piers where barges and twakows (boats) used to carry commodities or as transportation. The name Clarke Quay is taken from the name of the Governor of the Straits Settlements from 1824-1902 named, Sir Andrew Clarke.
There are various interesting activities that you can do at this location. Come on, check the list below!
Things to do in Clarke Quay
This is an interesting place to escape the heat or rain, while challenging the mind and having a little fun. Each room consists of five playrooms that will ask the player to find solutions to various challenges and puzzles to get out of the locked room before the 60 minute time limit runs out.
Those who want to experience the sensation of moving to the next level can book one of the two play rooms with virtual reality. Children 7 years old can play with adults, so Lockdown Escape is the right choice for the whole family.
Clarke Quay Central
The place is a destination that many visitors come to who want to shop during their visit to Singapore. The five-story building has 130 shops and restaurants, and its riverside location makes it a popular spot for tourists and locals alike. Apart from its stunning riverside views, the mall is known for its trendy fashion boutiques and a wide variety of delicious Japanese restaurants.
G-Max Reverse Bungy
This place offers an adrenaline rush for all thrill-seeking visitors. The main ride is the Extreme Swing, which has a soft seat in a metal cage that will drop 50 meters at a speed of 120 km/h before flying high again and over the Singapore River.
Those who are brave enough to open their eyes during this ride will enjoy the beautiful view of the city skyline. G-Max Reverse Bungy also offers a bungy trampoline experience for those who prefer to stay closer to the ground.
Anyone visiting Clarke Quay should make time for a wooden boat ride down the Singapore River. Boats commonly called bumboats, or water taxis, have been sailing along the Singapore River for more than a century and offer the best way to experience the city.
The Singapore River Cruise offers a variety of options for exploring the river and enjoying the skyline from a variety of convenient points. This river cruise provides an opportunity for visitors to enjoy the fresh breeze from the bumboat cabin while exploring important structures along the coastline, such as the three towers of Marina Bay Sands, the Statue of Sir Stamford Raffles, and the Merlion, Singapore’s iconic mascot. Also, consider booking an afternoon cruise to enjoy the sunset views.
Those are various interesting attractions that tourists can do when visiting Clarke Quay Singapore. Apart from offering a great night’s entertainment, this district also offers a variety of other activities for everyone to enjoy. You can also choose various star hotels such as Hotel Clover The Arts as a place to stay.
So, come to Clarke Quay when you visit Singapore!