It was the night before our last day in Singapore when we visited the ultimate party district called Clarke Quay. I must agree, Its one of the most visited tourist destination in Singapore specially for people who loves to Party!!! This place is also a historical place that is situated at the upper zone of the Singapore River as well as Boat Quay. Just like Pasig River, this place used to be the center for commercial trading during the 19th century but in comparison to the Philippine counterpart – Pasig River, I found that modernity has touched this place to a great extent.
I was pretty amazed how Singaporeans managed to restore and maintain the place successfully and now tour of Clarke Quay will offer you ample opportunity to look and discover some of the most fabulous restaurants and Bars where you can enjoy Singapore Nightlife. One of the most exciting part of our tour was when we tried some of the bars and had wine after a sumptuous meal. For wine lovers there are several amazing wine bars where you can take part in the entertaining activities and sports that are common in the area.
Hip Bars in Singapore
One interesting bar I came across was called The Clinic, Imagine a wine bar that looks like a hospital ward were beers and liquors are served much like a dextrose while customers are seated in wheel chairs.. Amazing concept isn’t it? I like the overhead roof covering the center of the outdoor Party places. Worry not about the humidity of the area as there are mist spray that makes the entire place conducive to strolling.
If you are out there at Singapore and thinking about a perfect shopping experience, then it’s the retail shops at the Clarke quay that can bring you enough dose of shopping. From my experience I can suggest you do that before you take a tour of Clarke Quay if you want to enjoy the nightlife more. Just a tip, Wednesday is ‘Ladies Night’ in Singapore and resto bars are offering free entrance and free drinks until about 11pm.
Italian Restaurant in Clarke Quay
Right beside the riverbanks, You will find a Turkish ice cream vendor that offers not only Ice Cream but also a great showmanship. Before you get your ice cream, you will definitely take part in his own show with his tricks before the ice cream was placed on the cone.
Mulligans Bar in Clarke Street
There are few things about this place that you need to know. History: This part of the world has managed to acquire this name after Sir Andrew Clarke. He was the second governor of Singapore and he also managed to act as the governor for the Straits Settlements from 1873 to 1875. He was the person who has played a major part in positioning Singapore as the prime port for some of the Malay states like Perak, Selangor and Sungei Ujong.
Night Life in Clarke Quay
Present Conditions: As per the recent scenario, Clarke quay has managed to move through several changes and developments and has been established as the most demanding place among the tourists coming for Singapore. Clarke Quay was currently considered as the largest entertaining ground for the city of Singapore with a great selection of restaurants and bars.
Night Scene in Clarke Quay
It’s the stylish, dashing and sexy atmosphere that is exactly drawing more attention from tourists from all over the world. Due to these reasons this place has been termed as one of the many world-class destinations in Asia. Clarke Quay can bring you a vibrant nightlife and the clubs here are usually jam packed during the peak season for tourism.
Singapore River Cruise
There are several world-class clubs that have managed to open their door here and these are : The Clinic, The Official Bungy Bar, Attica, Bar Cocoon, Indochine, Zenzie Bar, Este The Club, 1 Nitestand Bar & Comedy Club, Gotham Penthouse, Crazy Elephant, Baize & China One the Asylum Lounge Bar.
Party All Night
Rive Cruise : Well, Another attraction in Clark Quay aside from the brightly painted buildings is the Singapore river cruise. All you need to do us to sit in any comfortable corner of the boat and enjoy the sights and sounds of Singapore. You can view the dazzling lights and hear the amazing sounds that are coming from the tiny yet marvelous restaurants located at the area.
I will definitely go back to Singapore this December for the most awaited beach party in Sentosa – ZoukOut 2010!