Singapore - Clarke Quay and Promenade


Clarke Quay is the name of a road/ pathway along the quay in north Kampong Malacca. 
The pathway/ road has a pedestrain walkway,  malls, cafes, and restaurants.

This area is named after Sir Andrew Clarke, Singapore's second Governor.  

The draw to this attraction are clubs, restaurants, and shopping. 
You can also take a riverboat ride from here to other parts of the city. 

This area is usually busy and crowded with expats, tourists, and locals.

Address 3 River Valley Road, Singapore
Admission Fee Free
Getting There

By SMRT - Exit at:

Clarke Quay MRT station (about 5 mins walk) or

City Hall MRT station (about 10 mins walk) or

Raffles Place MRT station (about 10 mins walk)

Click here for more directions

Recommendations

You can use your EZ link card to pay for boat rides to the various quays.  It is much cheaper than paying the tourist rate!

This attraction can take 2 or more hours depending on your interest.  Good place to hang out and have lunch.

This is a popular attraction and gets busy after working hours.  The crowds build in the afternoon and evening hours for the bars and restaurants.

This activity will take you at least 2 hours.  Combine with a stroll through Marina Bay and the Merlion or Skypark. 

 

Website Visit Clarke Quay Website for tourist information