After enjoying the number of attractions of Singapore during the day, you must head to Clarke Quay, one of the best places in Singapore to enjoy food, drinks and clubbing.
A maze of a retail stores, restaurants, concept bars, and recreation outlets, Clarke Quay is where you will be dazzled by the beautiful people of the city, flashy lights, and an array of attractions that comes alive at night. Named after the country’s second Governor and Governor of the Straits Settlements Sir Andrew Clarke, Clarke Quay is actually the name of the road along the quay. It was initially developed and officially opened in 1993, and ten years later, it was redeveloped into a major social and tourist area by redesigning streetscapes, facades, and superior shading and cooling systems. Today, Clarke Quay consists of five blocks, and welcomes more than 2 million visitors annually.
Clark Quay features a number of cafes, food kiosks, restaurants where you can have a taste of the best of Singapore and western delicacies. Some of the restaurants have bars where you can have a happy hour or a drink while enjoying live entertainment. If you want to party, you can dance, drink and interact with the locals in a number of bars, lounges, and dance clubs. You can also sing your heart out at Tang Music Box which features large TV screens, state-of-the-art Karaoke systems. Clark Quay is not only for those who want to paint the town red, it has retail shops where you can purchase stuff while enjoying the bustling atmosphere.
It will not be surprising if you spend all your nights at the Clarke Quay. After all, it is the coolest place to be in Singapore. Consult your travel agent for more details.
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