1 out of 3 places to visit in The Quays
The Boat Quay in Singapore is a historical quay located on the southern bank of the Singapore River; which formerly served aquatic trade in the country, and now houses a number of bars, pubs and restaurants. The shophouses located here earlier aided in the shipping business; and though now not in use, they have been conserved carefully, making the area a busy commercial area frequented by locals and tourists alike.
2 out of 3 places to visit in The Quays
Famous as a party hub of Singapore, Clark Quay comes to life during the night. Once a hub of commerce during 19th century, today it lives up to its legacy of being a busy center, just with more polish and sheen.
3 out of 3 places to visit in The Quays
The largest wharf in Singapore, followed by Boat Quay and Clarke Quay, Robertson Quay has always been the centre of nightlife for Singapore. This giant 50-hectare place is about 1.5 km south from the mouth of the Singapore River and ends near Kim Seng Bridge. Robertson Quay is a lively place for all to visit and take in the cultural mix up. With a large array of shopping malls, hotels, chic cafes, and activities littering the quay and its surroundings, Robertson Quay is definitely the perfect place to spend a luxurious and relaxing evening.