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Clarke Quay

Clarke Quay
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Clarke Quay - To the nightlife and fun!

With the holidays around the corner, if you are planning to visit the lion city, then this historic river platform is a must-add for all the shopping enthusiasts out there! From iconic shopping centres, multicuisine restaurants and the vibrant nightlife of Singapore in all one place. Go through this article to know more about the shopping enterprise Clarke quay.

Location: 3 river valley Road, Singapore 179024

Costs: This iconic shopping spot has no fee for entry.

How to reach:

MRT service in Singapore is one of the easiest and most affordable transport modes. Go to the nearby MRT station and take a train on North East line to Clarke quay MRT station (NE 5)

You can also take a cab ride to Clarke quay from anywhere in Singapore. But it could be quite costly depending on the starting point.

Timings: 10.00 am to 10.00 pm for the best restaurants and shopping centres. However, most of the nightclubs function late until 2.00 am.

Things to do:

  1.  G-Max Bungy Jumping
  2. Singapore River cruise
  3. Nightlife and clubs
  4. Shopping centres

G-Max Bungy Jumping:

Fly high in the air with these elastic reverse bungee rides. Get in into a capsule-like structure in a team of 5 with your friends and family, and put on your seats to be thrown into the air, Yes, once the capsule is ejected into the air it reaches up to a height of  60 meters with a speed of 200 km/h, gifting you an adrenaline pumping experience. This activity is safely guided by authorised professionals and supervisors. So leave out your fears and soar up in the air!

Timing: 8.00 am to 9.00 pm

Duration: 15 to 20 minutes.

Costs: $45 per person

             $65 per person (G-Max Bungy Jumping+GX 5 Extreme swing)

Know before you go: 

Children above 12 years are only permitted in the bungy jumping activity. 

Riders must be above 1.2m tall for safety reasons.

People with any form of intoxication will not be permitted for the ride.

Singapore River cruise

Calm down your senses with a blissful ride across the riversides of Singapore. Ride on the bumboats resembling Singapore’s culture and heritage. These boats also hold special performances on the deck to entertain the visitors. Both indoor and outdoor seats are available to view and enjoy the iconic spots along the ride. 

Duration: 40 minutes

Boarding point: Clarke Quay jetty

Timings: 1.00 pm to 10.00 pm ( Monday to Thursday)

                 10.00 am to 10.00 pm (Friday to Sunday and on public holidays)

Costs: $28 for adults, $18 for children (2 to 12 years)

Nightlife and clubs

The extravaganza of lights, radiant songs and the vibe of this river hub is what makes it a perfect night hub of the city! Colour! Colour! what colour, not just one option. A variety of clubs and bars open in this place late until night for all the fun and party. Insights on the best clubs to celebrate your trip are here!

  • AtticaOne two three four! Hit on the dance floor!

Dance your heart out on the 2 storey dance floor. One for the sparkling ambience and the top 40s hits and R&B beats. Another one for the luxurious ambience, guest DJs bash out with electro and heavy beats. This club also treats women with extra perks, free drinks and desserts absolutely for the girls out there! And a special event “guilty pleasures” awarding the best-dressed women of the night with a martini award! Just a slight warning ahead be sure to get your wallets full as the bills may cost you slightly on the edge! Nightlife in Singapore is costly though!

Timings: 10.30 am to 3.30 am (Monday to Thursday), 10.30 pm to 4.30 am (Friday to Saturday), closed on Sundays


  • Zouk- The 25-year-old music club of Singapore serves your plate not just with music but with a variety of events and cuisines to experiment with. The club operates at different outlets with different themes all at the Clarke quay!

          Zouk: Largest clubbing space with a range of stunning                  fashion shows, DJ nights short film events and exhibitions happening every day! Don't miss out on the real party vibes of zouk!

 Timings: 10.00 pm to 3.00 am (Wednesday and Friday), 10.00 pm to 4.00 am (Saturday), closed on other days

 Know before you go: 

 No shorts and slippers allowed. Children's below 18 years are not allowed.

Costs: Ticket costs varies from event to event. Do check the official website for costs and booking.

Capital: Luxurious bar themed for elegance and fine dining experience with about 540 guests. The place also encompasses an island bar serving the guest's new mocktails and concoctions! A dance floor is also added to radiate your energies around.

           Timings: 10.00 pm to 3.00 am (Thursday to Saturday and public holidays

           Know before you go: 

           No shorts and slippers allowed.

           Women above 2o years and Men above 22 years are only permitted.

Costs: Ticket costs vary from event to event. Do check the official website for costs and booking.

Phutre: Even the furniture and the walls sing for you here! Yeah, this aerodynamically designed club reflects music even in its interior. The tables are delicate with the aesthetic LED lights lifting the party mood. The walls of this club are fully adorned by artworks of local artists giving you an intimate vibe. 

           Timings: 10.00 pm to 3.00 am (Friday), 10.00 pm to 4.00 am (Saturday)

  • Harry-The multichain restaurant operating in various parts of Singapore offers an array of international and local cuisine to food enthusiasts! Unlike the other party places, this bar gives you a homey feeling. A place to take your loved ones for interesting conversations and memories. 

Timings: 4 pm to 1 am (Sunday to Tuesday), 4 pm to 2 am (Wednesday and Thursday), 4 pm to 2 am (Friday, Saturday and public holidays)

Know before you go: Pet-friendly zone to enjoy with your pets!

Contact: 82688220

Shopping centres

Clark is a beautiful riverside place where the warehouses are transformed into restaurants and retail shops. For shopping enthusiasts, this place serves as a centre to cart the local pottery, jewellery and other handicrafts. Walk along the riverside shop with local; vendors and enjoy the street foods of Singapore!

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FAQs about Clarke Quay
There is no specific outfit for Clarke. You can dress smart and casually. Avoid wearing shorts as some clubs do not permit entry with shorts.
Yes, onsite tickets are also sold on the riverside ticket counters. You can also book the tickets in advance through the Singapore river cruise official website.
Yes, Clarke quay is a hub of multi-cuisine restaurants with a variety of food options to experiment with. There are good vegan and vegetarian restaurants available
 No, they are different. Boat quay is located around the corner boat quay and it offers quite a different experience from Clarke quay 
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