Singapore River: Riverside Festivities

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Asian Civilisations Museum

UOB Plaza

Fullerton Hotel

Boat Quay

Clarke Quay MRT at Song Fa Bak Kut The

Jumbo Seafood Restaurant

The Pier At Robertson

Wine Connection Tapas Bar & Bistro

Verre Wine Bar

Grand Copthorne Waterfront

Singapore River: Riverside Festivities

3 loved this Trail

  1. Asian Civilisations Museum
  2. UOB Plaza
  3. Fullerton Hotel
  4. Boat Quay
  5. Clarke Quay MRT at Song Fa Bak Kut The
  6. Jumbo Seafood Restaurant
  7. The Pier At Robertson
  8. Wine Connection Tapas Bar & Bistro
  9. Verre Wine Bar
  10. Grand Copthorne Waterfront
Category
Lifestyle
Organised by
Singapore Tourism Board
Number of points
10

Download Riverside Festivities Booklet

From exquisite dining to watering holes with live entertainment, the Singapore River is home to a plethora of activities waiting to be discovered.

The lifeblood of Singapore is the river. In the early days when the city was a British outpost, Singapore River was the colony’s main trade artery and the centre of its commercial activity. Today, the banks of the river are still abuzz, though the bustle of entrepôt trade has been replaced with an array of cultural spots, restaurants and after-dark hangouts. 

It’s also a place of romance. Riverside cafés and restaurants develop a charm of their own and old bridges become a perfect, picturesque spot for couples. Best explored in the afternoon and into the night, Singapore River has it all—idyllic views, fascinating history, incredible art, and amazing food and drink. 

Take a quiet stroll along this lovely waterway and you’ll see why Singapore River offers a sense of romance and the heartbeat of the city.