The Clarke Quay is another Singapore’s well known riverside attraction. The Quay has five blocks of renovated storehouses. The Clarke Quay is the residence to hip entertainment, eating outlets. It is also the home for all types of shops that comprises of second hand shops and traditional shops. You should not fail to see the Satay Club that has a wide range of satay and barbecued food.
At dusk, the bars and pubs become lively with hard rock, classical rock, the blues and the 1960s music. Also there are moored Chinese scraps that are renovated into floating restaurants and pubs.
The Clarke Quay is named after the second governor of Singapore Sir Andrew Clarke. The Clarke Quay had been a business centre with an unending rivulet of lighters transporting the goods upriver to the store houses. The warehouse has at present shops of excessive nature.
The Whampoa’s Ice house is adjacent to the Clarke quay entrance. The Ice house belongs to an early immigrant of Whampoa, China called Hoo Ah Kay. From Boston, he imported ice in the 1880s previous to ice making facilities accessible in Singapore.
The guests can expect some interesting and fascinating events that are held regularly. Also for great bargains you have the Flea market held on Sundays from10 am to 6 pm. The market has more than 70 stalls which sell antiques, handicrafts, collectibles and lots more.
Reaching there: You can go to Clarke Quay by taxi. Otherwise you can take a river taxi from the Raffles place in front of the Standard Chartered building.