Clarke Quay

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Clarke Quay Singapore Reviews

christl3 christl3
171 reviews
Electric Atmosphere Oct 19, 2012
Clarke Quay is a very happening night spot in Singapore. As the sun goes down the bars start up and everyone flocks down to the riverside.

Drinking is a very expensive pastime in Singapore, one drink costing around 14 Singapore dollars (11 euro). If you have the money to do that then all the bars and clubs along the quay are hopping most nights of the week. If you don't have the money then the bridge and along the river are for you! In our home country we are not allowed the drink on the street but on Clarke Quay this seems to be the norm, as long as you are not being inconsiderate about it (getting loud and aggressive etc). Cans and bottles in the local shop cost about half of what you'd pay for them in the pub, which is still very expensive. The cheapest cans we could manage to find were $4 dollars each.

However, the atrmosphere on the bridge is great with everyone sitting up on the walls and laughing and socialising until the early hours of the morning. The lights of the city and the skyscrapers are a beautiful view. The view and the music make for a very romantic night :D
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Jbeaubrun Jbeaubrun
4 reviews
Clarke Quay clubs and Restaurants May 16, 2011
Place loaded with lots of clubs and restaurants.

Major tourists spots that caters to all.

They have good clubs like Atica and Le Noir, they have sports bars, Hooters etc.

Wednesday Nights are ladies night and the biggest party day of the week.

The bridge is usually filled with people hanging out and talking.
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