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Last updated on June 8th, 2019 at 7:34 am

Things to Do in Clarke Quay, Singapore

One of the most famous go-to-places for fun activities in Singapore is Clarke Quay. It offers a wide range of things to do that doesn’t just purely revolve around nightlife. The place is filled with restaurants, bars, clubs, rides, family-friendly activities, and even the top-rated attractions are just nearby. So if you’re looking for something unique, exciting, a quiet spot for intimate conversations, nightclubs exploding with sound, Clarke Quay has it all.

Brief History

In the 19th century, Clarke Quay was a busy place filled with trade activity. Bumboats would travel up and down Singapore River carrying goods and products that are eventually stored in the warehouses along Boat Quay and Clarke Quay. By the 20th century, the government had to relocate the trading activities to Pasir Panjang and transformed the area into leisure, entertainment, and dining zone.

Here are some of the famous things to do around Clarke Quay:  

Boat Quay

In the mood for a waterside drink or nibble? This place is famous for its wide range of colorful and fascinating bars and restaurants. It is in the area between North Bridge and Anderson Bridge Road. Boat Quay is one of the main focal points in the area perfect for a leisurely stroll to admire spectacular views.

Asian Civilisations Museum

Singapore is rich in culture, and one way to explore this is through their museums. Aside from the Science Centre Singapore, you’ll find the Asian Civilisations Museum. It’s the home of Singapore’s finest collections and exhibition showing the country’s rich culture and diverse history. Explore the plethora of galleries and be fascinated. This museum showcases the 1,300 artifacts from across all corners of Asia in its 14,000 square meter area.

G-Max Reverse Bungy

Craving for some excitement and your daily dose of adrenaline-pumping activity? G-Max Reverse Bungy is a landmark at Clarke Quay, especially during at night when this giant structure is illuminated. Get strapped in and launched 60 feet into the air with a speed of 200km/h! You don’t have to worry about your safety. This ride has a 100% safety record with over 1 million riders having a successful travel back down in one piece.

Fort Canning Park

Located in the middle of Singapore’s gleaming modern offices and stretched out malls is a small green hill. When you pass through, it makes you feel like you’ve been transported to a different world in a minute. Rich vegetation and abundant trees can be seen in this spot that is famous for joggers, dog walkers, or just for anybody who fancies a quick break from the metropolis.

 Singapore is a busy country filled with the hustle and bustle. Clarke Quay is a place to loosen up and relieve stress.

But there are other places to relax. Perhaps you would like to pamper yourself? Massage spas and beauty clinics surround the area. Why not go straight to Sozo Clinic? We innovative beauty treatments with quick recovery and no downtime for the busy, modern individual.

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How to get to SozoClinic from Clarke Quay

Head northwest on River Valley Rd toward Canning Ln then turn left onto Clemenceau Ave. Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto Merchant Rd. Use the 2nd from the right lane to turn right onto New Bridge Rd then Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto Upper Pickering St. Continue onto Pickering St and Church St., Turn left onto Market St then turn right. Sozo Clinic will be on the left. 


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After graduating from the National University of Singapore, Dr Boey’s journey in aesthetics brought him to esteemed institutions such as Harvard Medical School, American Academy of Aesthetic Medicine and Queen Mary University of London in diverse cities like Seoul, London, Boston and New York.