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Party hard at Clarke Quay

Once the beating heart of Singapore’s sea trade, Clarke Quay has come a long way from its traditional beginnings as a mooring space for bumboats transporting goods to upstream warehouses.

Party hard at Clarke Quay

After undergoing a sea change in last two decades, the Quay is now a flourishing commercial, residential and entertainment district with dozens of restaurants, nightclubs, floating bars, river cruises as well as a popular flea market.

To maintain the historical heritage of the area, the Singapore government made it mandatory that new buildings reflect the rich history of the area while old buildings are restored to their former glory. Thus, visitors are in for an enjoyable as well as historically enriching experience here.



Published on Sep 7, 2009

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